• 2019 Was a Year For The LGBT Record Books

    (WM) Should auld acquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind? Of course not! That’s why after a historical 365 days, Watermark has assembled our annual year in review.

  • A Book For Everyone: Your definitive guide to book giving

    The gift list was easy this year.

  • Author Spotlight: Cori McCarthy and Amy Rose Capetta

    In Cori McCarthy and Amy Rose Capetta’s upcoming book “Once & Future” — available March 26 — the forty-second incarnation of King Arthur is traversing planets controlled by a ruthless monopoly organization with the young wizard Merlin, a nontraditional band of knights, and the magic sword Excalibur by herside. 

  • Books: A Wild and Precious Life: A Memoir

    There’s a long line of people behind you.

  • Brando Laid Bare: Book Explores Actor’s Sexuality

    There's little left out of William J. Mann's superb biography of Marlon Brando. In The Contender: The Story of Marlon Brando, Mann gets into the psyche of the late screen icon and lets readers know what made Brando tick.

  • Chris Colfer Has Multi-Book Deal

    Chris Colfer is planning many return trips to the Land of Stories.

  • Column: The Rise Of D Lit In Publishing

    In a chilly November afternoon in 2008, I tapped my white cane down Shattuck Avenue in Berkeley, CA and entered Pegasus Books. At that time, I had only been blind for a year, and often found a lot of my questions about disability answered by disability stories. 

  • Jesse’s Journal: Two Books by Local Authors

    The ‘49 Indian: A Novel By Craig Moody; Vivid Imagery Publishing; 284 pages; $12.99. The book is available in paperback and Amazon Kindle editions at, and

    Craig Moody is that rare species, a native Floridian. Born in Pembroke Pines, “a suburban community that edges the beautiful Florida Everglades,” Moody enjoyed a career as a model and actor before he turned to what he calls “his life’s true calling: acting.” “The ‘49 Indian” is Moody’s first novel, published by his own company, Vivid Imagery Publishing.

  • Kansas Library Will Keep 3 Challenged Books in Kids Section

    (AP) A Kansas public library has rejected a request to move three children's books with LGBT characters out of the children's section.

  • Matthew Shepard: His Cultural Impact

    In honor of the 16th anniversary of Matthew Shepard's passing, SFGN takes a look back upon some the books, plays and films that have attempted to explain his unique place in history. 

  • Michelle Obama’s Book No. 1 

    (CNN) Michelle Obama's memoir "Becoming" has become the best selling book of the year in the United States, surpassing Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury" and others.

  • New Book Chronicles the Life of A Gay Actor

    In his new book “SUB-LEBRITY: The Queer Life of a Show-Biz Footnote,” actor and former San Franciscan Leon Acord, now a resident of Hollywood, California, chronicles his life as an openly gay theater actor and a performer in low-budget independent film. 

  • Now I'm Here: Gay Love In Small Town Ohio

    In his new novel "Now I'm Here,” author Jim Provenzano paints a vivid picture of gay life in small town Ohio from the late 1970s to the early 90s. The book, now available in Kindle and paperback editions at Amazon, tells a poignant tale of love found, lost, and found again. 

  • One Million Moms Condemns Scholastic For Trans Book

    One Million Moms strikes again.

  • Queer Writers Share Their Stories 

    (Mirror) As the global movements for sexual and gender equality have intensified over the last 50 years, queer storytellers continue to hold an integral role. Queer stories connect us, and they can convey what queer utopian ideals look like in action. Storytellers help us remember what is at stake.

  • SFGN Nites for August 12 - 18, 2015

  • SFGN Nites for August 19-25, 2015

  • SFGN Nites for the Week of July 16 - 22, 2014

    Thursday, 7/17


    Miami Beach writer David Leddick introduces his new book, “I’m Not for Everyone. Neither Are You,” tonight at the Stonewall National Museum and Archives Wilton Manors Gallery, 2157 Wilton Dr. An effervescent octogenarian author, playright and performer, Leddick asserts himself a role as everyone’s favorite gay life coach in this smart, savvy and hilarious new book. Discover your signal inner style and apply it to your personal and professional relationships with Leddick’s unapologetic approach. Reading and book signing begins at 7 p.m. For more information, go to

  • SFGN Nites for the Week of November 11 - 17, 2015

  • SFGN Nites for the Week of October 21-27, 2015