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Wednesday 08 April 2009

 Boobs, All Blacks and The End of the World
Posted in: Books  6th April 2008
Outspoken gay British author Duncan Fallowell urges the All Blacks to deliver on their bisexuality and predicts the end of the world as we know it.

 Sex and the New Zealanders
Posted in: Books  30th March 2008
"My book is a love letter to NZ - it's not a sex letter. And therefore it contains elements of conflict and discomfort," says British author Duncan Fallowell.

 Buffy & Bimbo invade America with Kiwi cuisine
Posted in: Books  10th March 2008
New Zealand's premier drag 'twins' will feature in a new American Drag Cookbook, providing recipes with a Kiwi twist.

 Book Reviews: Fallowell, Bennett and Clary
Posted in: Books  26th February 2008
Duncan Fallowell understands us better than some will admit, Alan Bennett gets a little subversive and Julian Clary illustrates the dark underbelly of celebrity.

 The Best Queer Reads of 2007
Posted in: Books  9th January 2008
Literary detective Claire Gummer reveals her favourite books of the past year.

 Julian Clary's Murder Most Fab
Posted in: Books  12th November 2007
The UK comedian's first novel sees a broken-hearted gay guy moving to London, becoming a hooker and ending up a TV presenter with a big secret.

 Review: A Life of Unlearning by Anthony Venn-Brown
Posted in: Books, Features  9th November 2007
Anthony Venn-Brown used to be a Pentecostal highflier across the Tasman. But since he was a teen, he has had sex with men. This is his story.

 Crossing Maliā€¦ and the quest for Timbuktu
Posted in: Books  31st October 2007
"It's a love poem between two men, but also about the realisation that the journey itself can be more important than reaching the destination."

 Review: Lives on the edge in 'Hotel de Dream'
Posted in: Books  19th October 2007
New York, 1900: Change is inevitable - somehow it must be absorbed and a new life crafted from the fading tattered remnants of the past.

 Review: Motherhood for Stella Duffy's sleuth
Posted in: Books  14th October 2007
Life hasn't been easy since the birth of Saz and Molly's child - then when the past comes calling, Saz is compelled to solve another mystery.