Topics :: GLBT Books
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Apr 14, 2011
Dr. Loren A. Olson, M.D., had long been married and raised children when he came out of the closet. That’s when his life expanded to new levels of joy and personal integrity. Olson hopes his memoir can serve as a how-to for other middle aged closeted men.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Apr 6, 2011
The lights are going out at A Different Light Bookstore in San Francisco. The store--long a lynchpin of GLBT life in the Castro--has lost business to electronic readers and to online shopping.
Monday Mar 28, 2011
Hazelden Publishing has released Gay Men and Substance Abuse: A Basic Guide for Addicts and Those Who Care for Them - one of the first books ever published in America for gay men who are addicted to alcohol and other drugs.
By Kilian Melloy | Friday Aug 6, 2010
Fighting fire with fire: that’s the underlying theme of Daniel Allen Cox’s new novel, Krakow Melt, in which a gay man living in contemporary, "liberated" Poland seeks his share of freedom from oppression and terror. Cox tells EDGE all about it...
By Kilian Melloy | Monday May 31, 2010
North America’s oldest gay bookstore, the Glad Day Bookshop, located in Toronto, Canada, is struggling to stay afloat and may close before summer is out.
By Tobey Parker Geller | Sunday May 30, 2010
If one is looking for a direct, heartfelt, and humorous account of the trials and tribulations of first time parents, one has to look no further than She Looks Just Like You: A Memoir of (Nonbiological Lesbian) Motherhood.
By Robb C. Sewell | Monday Nov 2, 2009
Erotic tales of men who love men.
By Robert Israel | Monday Nov 2, 2009
Constantine P. Cavafy’s "Collected Poems" and "The Unfinished Poems," both translated and edited, with introductions and commentary, by Daniel Mendelsohn (Alfred A. Knopf, New York), bring new light--and hopefully many new readers--to the sublime and entrancing works of one of the greatest poets of the 20th century.
By Ellen Wernecke | Monday Nov 2, 2009
Stories about questioning teens for the questioner in all of us.
By Christopher Verleger | Wednesday Oct 14, 2009
Jameson Currier explores uncharted territory with his fourth short story collection, The Haunted Heart and Other Tales, an impressive compilation of ghost stories featuring gay men and women.