Read the beautifully illustrated book to the film Paris Was a Woman. Originally published in 1995, it has been re-issued by Counterpoint Press in 2013. Winner of the 1996 Lambda Literary Award.
“Witty, accessible, inspired, this is a thoroughly enjoyable book that you will keep coming back to.”
— Gay Times, London
“Andrea Weiss has told the fascinating, less well known story of the remarkable women artists and writers who made pre-war Paris the cultural capital of the world — riveting!”
— Edmund White
Read the dual biography that grew out of the Jezebel Productions’ film Escape to Life: The Erika and Klaus Mann Story. Winner of the 2009 Publishing Triangle Nonfiction Award.
“A brilliant and important work of historical and literary portraiture.”
David Hajdu, author of Positively 4th Street: The Lives and Times of Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Mimi Baez Farina and Richard Farina
“Theirs is a fascinating tale. Outside the pages of the Manns’ own memoirs and essays, it’s hard to imagine it more sympathetically told.”
— The Times, London
A pioneering book first published by Penguin in 1991.
“After this informative, congenial, well illustrated and cleverly written book by filmmaker and historian Andrea Weiss, the cinema will never be the same!”
— Swiss Agenda (Bern, Switzerland)
An illustrated guide to the award-winning film. Includes additional interviews with Audre Lorde and Harry Hay.