One of the best writers I've encountered, remaking the world sentence by immaculate sentence.
Like the hypnotic thumps of good house music, Jeremy Atherton Lin's voice pulses. Painstakingly researched and tenderly written, Gay Bar marks queer bars as sites of resistance and reinvention. I longed for nothing more than to club hop with Atherton Lin, to occupy the spaces between light and shadow, between love and desire, and to consume the night alongside him so that we might emerge wholly new
Alex Espinoza, author of, Cruising: An Intimate History of a Radical Pastime
Jeremy Atherton Lin's GAY BAR is a book of rare dream-like power, an exacting anthropology of queer life through the lenses of London, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Blackpool. Brainy, audacious, funny, vulnerable, and sexy, it's endlessly awake not just to codes and signs but to a culture that's changing faster than most of us are able to see