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How Orson Welles and John Huston Tried to Make One More Film

By Douglass K. Daniel | Aug 27
Reading about their last cinematic gasps in two new books aimed at movie buffs is to appreciate their obsession with shooting movies against all odds.

Duke Freshmen Refuse to Read 'Fun Home' Over Religious Beliefs

By EDGE | Aug 25
Some Duke University freshmen are refusing to read a book on their summer reading list because it deals with homosexuality, citing their religious beliefs.

Can Best-Selling Bedtime Book Help Children Get More Sleep?

Aug 24
"The Rabbit Who Wants To Fall Asleep," is number one on Amazon's best-seller list.

Lillian Faderman on 'The Gay Revolution: The Story of the Struggle'

By Winnie McCroy | Aug 21
EDGE sat down with Internationally respected scholar Lillian Faderman and asked her ten questions about her epic new book, "The Gay Revolution: The Story of the Struggle."

Anti-Gay Hate Group Leader Wants You To Buy His Book

By EDGE | Aug 18
Hate group leader Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council has gone into the book business and is asking followers to buy his new book "No Fear," which in part details the true stories about "persecuted" Christians who stood up to the big bad gays.

'Fearless' Book Turns the Lens on Openly LGBT Athletes

By Nicole Wiesenthal | Aug 16
Jeff Sheng, once a closeted high school tennis player, just released the photography book and collection of memoirs "Fearless," depicting numerous out LGBT athletes and their stories.

Image Comics Gets Graphic with Orlando's "Virgil"

By JC Alvarez | Aug 10
Graphic novelist Steve Orlando makes waves with "Virgil" an originally gritty new story from Image Comics that loses all secret identities for the harsh realities of hate.

New Book Offerings from Bruno Gmünder

By Mike Halterman | Aug 9
The books published by Bruno Gmünder are sold worldwide and brought the company $10 million in sales last year alone. Here's the info on seven upcoming releases.

$10,000 Cal Humanities Grant Funds Stories from WeHo's AIDS Epidemic

By Winnie McCroy | Aug 6
With a $10,000 Cal Humanities' Community Stories grant, matched by $10,000 from the City of West Hollywood, THE LAVENDER EFFECT® will create "YOUNG CITY AT WAR: Stories from West Hollywood During the AIDS Epidemic."

Long-Lost F. Scott Fitzgerald Story Finally Published

By Hillel Italie | Aug 1
A year before F. Scott Fitzgerald died of a heart attack, he completed a short story about a hard-drinking writer diagnosed with cardiac disease.

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