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Openly gay mystery writer and historical novelist Steven Saylor takes a page from the novels of Ancient Greece with the newest adventure of his Ancient Roman investigator, Gordianus -- which is set in Ancient Egypt! Saylor elaborates.
Kristine Kathryn Rusch writes lots of books, in lots of genres. Two her most recent are "Enemy Within" and "Street Justice," both set in the sixties and seventies, an era of widespread prejudices. EDGE gets the story on the stories.
According to "The Humor Code" co-author and University of Colorado professor Peter McGraw, at the core of humor is one simple formula. "CBS This Morning" contributor Jamie Wax spoke with McGraw and his co-author Joel Warner about testing the formula.
Brittney Griner had a busy WNBA offseason. She played in China, vacationed in Miami and watched from courtside while favorite player LeBron James beat her hometown Houston Rockets.
Photographer Philip Werner has compiled 101 black and white photos of women’s vaginas, with a message, story or poem written by the subject to accompany the photo. The result is the profound and cheeky "101 Vaginas."
Bruno Gmünder, the international publishing house which caters to the LGBT community with books of fiction, non-fiction, photography and art, has updated two of its most popular titles this past month.
Stirling Silliphant made a mark quite unlike most others on the American cultural landscape, winning the Oscar for his ahead-of-the-curve work on "In the Heat of the Night" and creating two classic TV shows. And that’s not the one-twelfth of it.
Kelly Cogswell’s "Eating Fire" is one of the first in-depth memoirs of its kind to deal with the Lesbian Avengers, an organization that began in New York 20 years ago, and then spread to 60 chapters all over the U.S. and Canada.
Rebecca Cantrell, the author of the atmospheric Hannah Vogel mystery series, is no stranger to the darkness of human evil. Now she explores a different sort of underworld: Secrets come to the surface fast and thick in "The World Beneath."
Jake Biondi’s "Boystown" is set in the Chicago area of the same name... and populated with men -- some gay, some bi, and all of them super-hot. And they all have secrets. Intrigued? Read on: Biondi chats with EDGE about the series and his TV ambitions.