Former Clubkid Ernie Glam Has Written a Novel “The Darkest Tunnel”

Clubkid journalist and "fashion extremist" Ernie Glam has published a new novel set in the New York club scene, circa 1989. From the See the Rest

My Interview With Porn Again Author Josh Sabarra

I talked to Hollywood publicist Josh Sabarra about his new book Porn Again, which details his struggle with self-esteem issues, an eating disorder, plastic surgery addiction, and what it was like to be a 31-year-old virgin. Interesting stuff, and not the usual tales of Hollywood ... Watch Now

Book ‘Em: The World According to Wonder

This is just ONE sentence about RuPaul from The World According to Wonder! To read some fabulous stories about RuPaul (pre ... See the Rest

Proud Marys Reading The World According to Wonder at the WeHo Pride Parade

At the WeHo Pride parade, revelers (including Mario Diaz, Jimmy James, and Bob's Burgers' John Roberts) couldn't be pried away from the WOW coffee table book. Click on each picture to enlarge. Available on See the Rest

Belated Birthday Shout-Out to Wowlebrity Louis Xtravaganza

Was there a queen alive who wasn't in love with Louis when Madonna's "Vogue" video came out? If there was, I wouldn't want to know them. Louis was and IS just as cute as a button, and ... See the Rest

Shelf Life: Excerpts from The World According to Wonder

Photo of the WOW family, circa 1988. From top, left: Michael Musto, Trade, David Goldman aka Betty Jack DeVine, Albert Crudo, Randy Barbato, RuPaul Charles, Nelson Sullivan, and Fenton Bailey, ... See the Rest

Another Rave Review for The World According to Wonder!

Josh from Walla Walla, Washington, writes to say: "One out of one unicorns approve of The World According to Wonder. The rest were eaten by Voldemort and were unavailable for comment. (loved the book btw)" Yay! Thanx, Josh! Glad to see the book is reaching its target audience! ... See the Rest

Oh, Jesus: Fenton and Randy Talk to Kirkus Reviews About What’s Next for World of Wonder

Fenton and Randy were interviewed in the Kirkus Reviews – the publishing industry's ... See the Rest