A year of gratitude from No Place Like Home-land

A year ago today – Kansas Day – my wife and I, along with our dear friend Emily Levine, drove from Kansas City to the Lawrence Public Library for the official release of my book, No Place Like Home. The book is about brave LGBTQ Kansans who spent a decade fighting for equality, so I… Continue reading A year of gratitude from No Place Like Home-land

Here’s more help understanding America (a book review)

One summer in the mid-'90s, the writer Meghan O’Gieblyn was at a Christian rock festival in Peoria where the headliner was DC Talk, a trio formed at Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University. The band was riding a wave of mainstream popularity thanks to the grungy, alt-rock sound of its album Jesus Freak (the record would rise… Continue reading Here’s more help understanding America (a book review)