The Scar Letters Review on Kit Moss Reviews

Excerpt: “This is one of those books that might very well be relegated to the “GLBT shelf” and seen as only of interest to gay people.  It is as much a story of the human condition as any straight novel and deserves the broader attention.” For the full review, click...

The Scar Letters by Richard Alther – Guest Review by Richard Lipez

 Excerpt: “In this era full of headlines about the “normalization” of gay families, it’s nice to be entertainingly reminded that only a little more than a decade ago lesbians and gay men were bravely making strong, admirable families on their own without benefit of either clergy or the Supreme Court.  LGBT bonding is easier and fairer now that legalization has arrived in many locales, but the practice is really nothing new, as we’re reminded in Richard Alther’s graceful, big-hearted novel, set back in the 1990s, about a gay man in search of love, companionship and his own truest self.” For the full review, click...

Richard Alther Guest Post on Huffington Post

Excerpt: “Dare we talk about the s-e-x in homosexuality? Haven’t we all — gay and straight — agreed to leave behind closed doors what happens behind closed doors? Yes, but unless we acknowledge that same-sex couples and single gays are just as loving, complicated, libidinous, sometimes sexual, sometimes not — in other words, just as human and normal — as everyone else, a large swath of our population will remain disgusted with the whole business.” For the full post, click here:...

Interview with Richard Alther on EdgeOnTheNet.com

Excerpt: “Richard Alther chatted with EDGE recently about his newest novel. EDGE: You’ve written two novels before this, “The Decade of Blind Dates” and “Siegfried Follies.” Do you see (or intend) an arc being described by all of these books if taken as a whole? Richard Alther: Looking back on three novels I can see each is concerned with a plea for tolerance, for honoring diversity. “The Decade of Blind Dates” is tongue-in-cheek and very entertaining: A man comes out, supported by his straight ex-wife and teenage kids to “go for it.” Lots of sex and shenanigans, but underneath is a picture of normalcy: Half of us, straight or gay, have second chapters in midlife with all the wackiness of dating again.” For the full interview, click here: edgeonthenet.com For the full running strollers review, follow the link from...

The Scar Letters Review in Pink Magazine

Excerpt: “Overall, this is a great book and a great story and  a  must read. The Scar Letters is a story of our struggle with hate crimes, and how it affect our community, We must support this beautifully-written book that will become part of our history.” For the full review, click here:...