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'Stormtrooper' Startler

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Oct 11
Wackerfuss sees a parallel in gay Nazi party members and gays today who join anti-gay religious groups or the Tea Party GOP.

Trans Behind Bars :: 'The Women of San Quentin' Comes Amid Historic Changes

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Oct 11
A new book chronicling the lives of nine transgender women across the country who have been incarcerated comes amid historic progress for such prisoners.

Unusual Bedtime Picture Book a Self-Publishing Success Story

By Leanne Italie | Oct 11
You may have heard of Roger. He's the little rabbit in a new bedtime book that can't go to sleep, RIGHT NOW.

'Beekman 1802 Almanac' Hits Newsstands

Oct 8
Available on newsstands nationwide this week, the Fall/Winter 2015 issue of "Beekman 1802 Almanac" is a curated collection of seasonal recipes, gardening tips, shopping discoveries and quirky stories brought together by Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell

Theater Gossip Michael Riedel Writes A History of Broadway

By Mark Kennedy | Oct 5
When you read New York Post theater columnist Michael Riedel, there's no mistaking whom the writer is. He's snarky and skewering and gleeful. That makes his latest project all the more interesting.

Rainbow Reads - October 2015

By Bill Biss | Oct 5
Fact or fiction? The line is blurred within the confines of imagination and truth. These five books speak to the very heart of life's journey.

John Waters' Commencement Speech Will Become a Book

Sep 30
Listen up young people, John Waters has some life lessons to pass on.

Check Out an Erotic Lesbian Novella About Kim Davis Because Why Not

Sep 29
An erotic lesbian novella about Kim Davis exists.

Gay Conservative Jimmy LaSalvia on Leaving the GOP (And Why You Should, Too!)

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 29
Jimmy LaSalvia cofounded GOProud, confounded CPAC, jumped the sinking Republican ship to go Independent, and now has written a revealing memoir. Meet the former insider whose simple message is this: The GOP is not your friend.

Shards On the Tip of the Tongue :: A Chat with 'Mouthquake' Author Daniel Allen Cox

By Obed Medina | Sep 23
In his new novel "Mouthquake," Daniel Allen Cox asks whether (and how) we can be certain of our memories -- and, therefore, of ourselves. EDGE chatted recently with Canada's poet in residence of queer literature.

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