Queer author Jonathan Alexander says he understands—but does not condone—Smollett’s actions.
Though not published until March 15, 2022, “Dear Queer Self” is already generating considerable interest and is one of the most requested galleys on publishing industry digital catalog and review copy platform Edelweiss!
New York based producer Alan Goldsher has teamed up with the East Village Independent Merchants Association to help several mom-and-pop businesses spread the word to shop local—the episode airs this coming Sunday during a half-hour feature on WABC 7 Localish.
“I’m hearing from so many actors about how this story informs their experience and life in New York City as journeymen actors,” says “The Boys in the Band” actor Brian Hutchison of his recently launched noir drama podcast, “I Still Think About You.”
Popular Publicity bumped 2 clients into the 2021 OUT100!
Audio drama “I Still Think About You” is part memoir, part psychological thriller, and part love letter to Broadway.
On Friday, October 29, The Loyalty Foundation returned to Flint, Michigan for the third time to distribute Chromebooks to children in need, this time in conjunction with Tauzzari Robinson, CEO of the Boys & Girls Club of Flint.
For author Jonathan Alexander, the claim that one “just happens to be” lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer is a lie, a dismissive denial of the core queerness which is as much a part of who we are as our gender or skin color.
Current and forthcoming book events for queer writer Jonathan Alexander and his two new books "Stroke Book" and "Bullied."
This past September, thanks to a $50,000 donation from online marketplace giant Etsy, New York City not-for-profit The Loyalty Foundation was able to provide computers to 500 students in underserved communities across the country.