Entertainment :: Book Features
This month’s Rainbow Reads features 3 autobiographies on how to fight the good fight while living a good life.
William J. Mann’s new unauthorized biography of Barbra Streisand arrives in time to mark the superstar’s fiftieth anniversary as an entertainer. The author chats with EDGE about how Streisand became Barbra and the formula for fame.
David M. Halperin was surprised when a class he was giving on ’how to be gay’ was controversial. He wasn’t looking to recruit, rather educate those already gays to better understand the culture. EDGE spoke to Halperin about his new book on the subject.
Cynthia Carr covered the NYC East Village art scene in the 1980s, where she got to know David Wojnarowicz. In 2006, she was asked to write the artist’s bio. EDGE spoke to Carr about her book.
BK Loren’s new novel "Theft" has a protoganist who "happens to be a gay woman." But, as the novelist points out, this in not the crux of her character.
Historical mystery writer Rebecca Cantrell drops her heroine, Hannah Vogel, into danger once again. Nazis, murder on a massive scale, and urgent, intimate puzzles of the heart all figure into Cantrell’s new novel, "A City of Broken Glass."
Attention all superhero fans: introducing Spandex, the world’s first all gay superhero team. Created by Martin Eden and released in May, the UK has brought the world a truly unique comic book series.
Andre Grossman, author of gay fantasy novel "Lost Sky," chats with EDGE about magical realms, true love, and green thumbs.
When you hit the beach this season, don’t forget to bring a good book. Here are our picks for Summer 2012’s hottest LGBT titles.
Steven Saylor returns in a big way with "The Seven Wonders," a novel made up of eight interlocking mysteries all tied together by political intrigue, impending war, and the most famed sites from around the ancient world.