Isaac Mizrahi has a deal with Amy Einhorn Books for a memoir that will track his rise from an unhappy childhood in Brooklyn to hanging out at Studio 54 to international fame.
Kenneth Walsh chronicles his adventures in "Wasn’t Tomorrow Wonderful?," including what he calls "’some rough years of bad dates and [unfortunate] online hookups."
EDGE interviews travel writer Michael Martin, author of the new novel, "Lost in Hotels," about what makes a great hotel and what are the hot destinations for LGBT travelers.
For years, fans have been telling Ruth Reichl that they love her novels. Problem was, she hadn’t written any. Reichl, former editor-in-chief of Gourmet magazine, finally won’t have to correct her readers in May, when her first novel is published.
A.D. Burks’ new memoir "Sex and Surrender: An Addicts Journey" offers his account of being a sex addict and how he recovered. EDGE spoke to Burks about his compelling new book.
Out There can’t guarantee that all review copies sent our way will eventually get reviewed. But here’s a fun game we can play with some of the books.
This set of 19 well-built, pungent stories takes you to some places you’ve been and some places that you hadn’t thought of going. You’ll want to clean up as you go along; then you won’t have a big mess to deal with when you’re ready to put down the book.
You’ll never cease to be surprised or delighted by the interviews with 20 carefully selected women of Broadway that this book features.
The grand dame of the screen as your bosom friend
Three women relearning to love one another for who they are ... and more importantly, for who they’re not.
Photographer Mark Henderson’s new book is a "best of" collection from his earlier books of male nude photography, along with a few exciting new additions.