“Strange Bedfellows,” a traveling collection of collaborative work, surveys a subversive genre: queer art.
In The Battle Over Marriage, Leigh Moscowitz looks at how gay activists harnessed the power of the press.
Artists Chase Joynt and Mary Bryson swap stories about gender-reassignment surgery and cancer surgery in “Resisterectomy.”
The new anthology Trash Animals considers our relationships with the wild and the unwelcome.
When it comes to things like health care and immigration, marriage creates its own incentives. But who gets left out?
Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore’s masterful new memoir tracks a radical activist’s education in a changing city.