Topics :: GLBT Books
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday May 9, 2013
A series of mystery novels centered around a gay sleuth that delivers both thrills and heartbreak is like the Spanish Inquisition: To reference Monty Python, no one expects it. Author Marshall Thornton chatted with EDGE about the new novel, "Murder Book."
By John F. Karr | Thursday May 2, 2013
Describing Kevin Killian’s novel "Spreadeagle" as long-awaited isn’t, for once, a cliche. He started writing it in 1990, and even when he thought he’d finished the book, he found it facing a long and beleaguered road to publication.
Tuesday Jan 15, 2013
A book about a lesbian couple raising children has returned to a Utah school district’s library shelves, amid a lawsuit from the American Civil Liberties Union.
By Mark Thompson | Wednesday Nov 28, 2012
If you’re looking for gifts that might last a little longer than a bottle of bubby, then you could do worse than peruse some of the selections from this year’s "Home for the Holidays" gift guide.
Sunday Nov 18, 2012
"The Same-Sex Legal Kit for Dummies" is the first Dummies reference guide to comprehensively address the legal issues facing the LGBT Community, including estate planning, marriage equality, adoption, surrogacy, artificial insemination, immigration, hous
Saturday Sep 22, 2012
Much has changed since IN THE LIFE first premiered. LGBT people now figure prominently in television news and media. A majority of Americans, including the President, now support marriage equality.
By Kilian Melloy | Friday Jun 1, 2012
"Roma Sub Rosa" author Steven Saylor returns readers to the world of Ancient Rome and the adventures of Gordianus the Finder with "The Seven Wonders," a novel comprised of eight closely interlocking short stories.
By Kilian Melloy | Friday May 4, 2012
Like "Krakow Melt," Cox’s last novel, "Basement of Wolves" creates an artistic vision from bits and scraps of pop culture, and is doused in a kind of wry wit that teeters on the edge of an existential freakout.
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Jan 12, 2012
Jeff Mann brings a fluency to whatever form he’s writing in, and a dose of man-to-man electricity generated by shifting power dynamics. Mann chats with EDGE about being a gay rural Southerner who loves men... sometimes a little roughly.
By Mark Thompson | Sunday Dec 11, 2011
According to studies, millions of gift cards remain unused, thereby filling the coffers of high-end retailers. While gift cards might be easier, there are few gestures so rewarding as a gift that hits its mark.