A look at why "Not That Kind of Girl" is important to millennials, the future of writing and to Lena Dunham's career.
When it comes to stories about LGBTs, sci-fi authors have taken a variety of approaches. Some may feel they no longer have to prove anything while others, seeing gaps, rush to fill the need. EDGE talks to a few writers of the genre.
Wiliam J. Mann has written novels, and he's written biographies; he's explored dramatic fiction, and he's produced well-researched histories. Now he brings both those fields of expertise together in the real-life murder mystery "Tinseltown."
Anne Balay's "Steel Closets" has won a prestigious prize -- and prompted workplace reforms in a traditionally macho profession.
James Beard Award-winning chef Jamie Bissonnette, of Boston's Toro and Coppa and the recently opened Toro in New York, launches his debut cookbook - "The New Charcuterie Cookbook: Exceptional Cured Meats to Make and Serve at Home."
Plume, an imprint of Penguin Random House, says "Leonard Maltin's 2015 Movie Guide" will be the 36th and final edition.
William J. Mann forwards an exposé of 1920s Hollywood moguls and grifters, starlets and pimps, drugs and sex, some stars enjoying thriving careers, some on the lam from the law.
A small life in Brooklyn is the subject of Alice MacDermott's new novel.
Exploring New Ageism in California
A dystopian world where love has been forgotten.
Love, or something like it.