Around the world, LGBTQ+ bars are closing. In a new book, writer Jeremy Atherton Lin reclaims these institutions from the rubble by tracing their legacy as spaces of solidarity and sexual expression.
The Brooklyn-based author talks to Huck about her groundbreaking debut novel, a kaleidoscopic social comedy which fearlessly navigates taboos around gender, sex, and relationships.
Gilles Peterson discusses a new book he helped co-edit about Cuban record sleeve design, which traces a musical form in constant revolution.
Photographer Amani Willett discusses his new book exploring the Black experience of driving in America, and how adventure has long been underpinned by fear.
Youth activist and politician Athian Akec speaks to Caleb Femi about 'Poor' – a poetry collection exploring the strife and joys of young Black boys in 21st century Peckham.
SHB’s life is best defined by boundless possibility. So it feels fitting that his new book, written for kids, is a celebration of just that.
Despite playing in the German second division without much success, a new book explores why St. Pauli are an enduring source of fascination to left-wing fans the world over.
The residents of a place often left out of Silicon Valley narratives are building their own high-tech future.
Over the years, Indiana’s penchant for pushing boundaries has presented challenges. But they’re ones she’s always managed to overcome.
Writer Owen Jones talks to Huck about the agonising experience of writing his new book, and what Corbynism might look like beyond Corbyn.
In their new book, Exploring Degrowth, authors Anitra Nelson and Vincent Liegey set out the political tools for a younger generation to prevent disaster.
With lockdown complicating in-person sales, independent book shops face new challenges.