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German Nobel Laureate Guenter Grass Dies at Age 87

By Geir Moulson | Apr 13
Guenter Grass, the Nobel-winning German writer who gave voice to the generation that came of age during the horrors of the Nazi era but later ran into controversy over his own World War II past and stance toward Israel, has died. He was 87.

Raves for 'Provocateur's Payback': a 'Delirious Gay Thriller'

By EDGE | Apr 8
Riverdale Avenue Books announces the publication of "The Provocateur's Payback" by Paco Muñoz-Botas under the its LGBT Magnus imprint. Previously published in Spain, the international thriller received rave reviews in Europe.

Alter-EDGE's "CONVERGENCE" on DC Comics

By JC Alvarez | Apr 6
Powerhouse publishing giant DC Comics promises major shake-ups to its biggest heroes facing a new crisis in "Convergence" which will span more than 75 years of DC Universe history in a new weekly event for spring!

Authors Praise Rise in LGBT-Themed Kids' Books

By Chris Hunqueriza | Apr 5
Twenty-five years ago, Leslea Newman published a book about a child and her two moms. Since then, many books have been released with LGBT themes or authored by out writers.

'Game of Thrones' Author Releases Chapter From Next Book

Apr 2
Yes, George RR Martin really is working on that next book.

Lambda Winner Sassafras Lowery Releases 'Lost Boi'

By Winnie McCroy | Mar 31
In "Lost Boi," Sassafras Lowery's queer punk reimagining of the classic Peter Pan story, prepare to be swept overboard into a world of orphaned, abandoned and runaway bois who have sworn allegiance and service to Pan, the fearless leader of the Lost Bois.

J.K. Rowling Schools 'Potter' Fan Who 'Can't See' Dumbledore as Gay

By Jason St. Amand | Mar 25
"Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling took to Twitter Tuesday to respond to a fan who wrote that they "can't see" that the popular book series' beloved character Dumbledore is gay.

Is Your Dream College Overrated?

Mar 20
High school seniors will soon learn their futures, as colleges are posting acceptance and rejection letters. New York Times columnist Frank Bruni offers encouraging advice for students who don't get into the likes of Princeton or Stanford.

Rare Tennessee Williams Story Published for First Time

Mar 20
Tennessee Williams' "The Eye That Saw Death," appearing in the spring issue of The Strand Magazine, is a feverish, 4,800-word horror tale clearly inspired by Edgar Allan Poe.

'Heather Has Two Mommies' Revised, Updated

By Leanne Italie | Mar 16
A playful picture book about a little girl named Heather and her two happy mommies was a cultural and legal flashpoint 25 years ago. Today, Heather has a lot more company in books for young kids about different kinds of families.

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