Cleveland: Haven for Homo Books?

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There's a new neighbor at West 48th and Clark Avenue. An indie book-publishing company that specializes in lesbian, gay, transgender and other “alternative” books recently relocated from the San Francisco Bay area to our fair city. Apparently, the rent hikes and evictions in $3,800 a Month Land got to be too much for them. So they’ve moved their whole operation, plus a bookstore called Suspect Thoughts Books, to Cleveland. To get a taste of their merchandise, check out their website, which features everything from Stephen Colbert to Hard Boys - Harry Bush. -- Lisa Rab

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