Posts Tagged ‘ homosexuality ’

Who Let the Dogs Out: Gone, Gone, Gone by Hannah Moskowitz

17th April 2012 | 5 Comments

Ever since his boyfriend Cody went to a mental hospital, Craig has kept himself busy with a houseful of rescued animals. But one morning he wakes up to find that they are gone. The house has been broken into, and every single dog, cat, and critter has taken off. Lio is a recent Maryland transplant. […]


Review: Stick

10th November 2011 | 2 Comments

Stark McClellan (aka Stick) and his older brother Bosten are just your average teen guys in so many ways. They’re obsessed with jacking off, smoking pot, blowing things up, and getting into all kinds of shenanigans. But there are some things about the brothers that keep them from ever fitting in. Stick is extremely tall […]


Review: Pearl

16th July 2011 | 1 Comment

Pearl (aka Bean) and Henry are the best of friends. Having grown up as social outcasts in a small town, they have only each other to turn to when times get tough. For Bean and Henry, times are pretty much always tough. As the children of eccentric single mothers, life is often messy and complicated. […]


Review: Shine

21st May 2011 | Closed

Lauren Myracle’s Shine is a departure from much of her other writing. Starting off with a news article about a hate crime in which a gay teen is beaten, tied up, and left with a gas hose shoved down his throat, this book wastes no time in getting to the heart of matters.While the teen […]


Guest Review: Between Mom and Jo

17th May 2011 | Closed

This review was written by Isaiah Vianese. Isaiah is a poet and writing instructor in New York. You can read his blog and some of his poetry here. Between Mom and Jo by Julie Ann Peters is one of those heart-wrenching books that it is difficult to convince your friends to read; this is to […]