Tell Me About It: LGBTQ Secrets, Confessions and Life Stories

For centuries the voices of LGBTQ people have been silenced, unable to share their lives openly. The result has been widespread isolation, misunderstanding, and shame - often with dire consequences still felt today. "Tell Me About It" explores these lives and tells stories never fully shared. In "Tell Me About It," author/historians St Sukie de la Croix and Owen Keehnen asked a variety of individuals ten specific questions. Their frank, audacious, hilarious, and sometimes heartbreaking responses will resonate with readers from all walks of life. They offer a glimpse into the individual life experiences that have quietly brought LGBTQ people together into a community. Through the voices of others, "Tell Me About It" reveals who we are, what we share, and why we must never allow ourselves to be silenced again.



  • St Sukie de la Croix is a reporter, photographer, playwright, historian, and fiction writer. He lives in Palm Springs with his husband, bats, ravens, and hummingbirds.

  • LGBTQ writer, activist, and grassroots historian Owen Keehnen is the author of several fiction and non-fiction titles. He is co-founder and senior biographer of the LGBT history/education organization The Legacy Project, and was inducted into the Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame in 2011.