Shopping in your local bookstore for holiday gifts is a calm and civilized contrast to mall madness. This year’s selections are varied and sure to please recipients.
Joe Putignano’s life has been defined by extreme contrast; he has had professional fame as a world-class acrobat, and fallen to the tragic lows of heroin addiction. EDGE spoke to Putignano about his memoir ’Acrobaddict.’
The interactive, digital book "Spoon and the Moon" is a whimsically seductive, adult fairytale. The popular app doesn’t cost much to buy, but the authors are anxious to spread word of mouth, so for a limited time they are offering the app for free.
In the new book "My Daughter, My Son: An Adolescent’s Gender Transition Experienced by Mother and Child," a son and mother tell the harrowing, yet uplifting story of how they forged their way through gender identity issues.
Take a sneak peek at Alden Jones’ travel memoir, "The Blind Masseuse: A Traveler’s Memoir from Costa Rica to Cambodia," where the author gives an addictive, transporting look at the many aspects of life, civilization and travel.
Gay journalist Stephen Jimenez is turning heads and changing perceptions about the murder of Matthew Shepard in his new book "The Book of Matt." EDGE spoke to the controversial journalist.
A series of essays on white girls, but not the ones you’re thinking of.
Perry N. Halkitis takes a deep look into our existing community and realizes that we are all part "The AIDS Generation." No longer something to fear, it’s time to look at the changing face of HIV/AIDS for the sake of our future.
Among the 12 writers featured are well-known names from the LGBT literary community as well as some newer scribes making their debut within this anthology.
A collection of stories about women searching for something. That something is yet to be determined, of course.
A couple reflects upon more than two decades together during a tumultuous two-day fight in Jameson Currier’s thought-provoking novel.