Gene Robinson displays a tremendous amount of faith and inspiration as he dives in head-first into understanding the importance and real truths of gay marriage while also not turning a blind eye to the reality of strong and opposing viewpoints.
Novelist Clyde Edgerton speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about his new book, "Papa-Daddy’s Book for New Fathers," in which he gives advice from spanking to how long to wait to have sex after a baby arrives.
This summer, while you jet off to Provincetown, Rehoboth Beach, or Fire Island, or if you are just lounging at the beach or pool, you are going to need something to read.
The largest independent queer publishing company in the U.S. has a new publisher and the business will remain LGBT-focused even though she is a straight ally.
Pundit and sex advice columnist Dan Savage looks back on his mom, takes us into his rationale for why cheating may just save your marriage and offers a glimpse of life at home with husband Terry Miller and their 15-year-old son, in his new book.
A new children’s book purports to "educate" the "next generation" about "God’s plan" for families -- a plan that, according to author Amber Dee Parker, calls for heterosexual-only family units.
A new book about the cold war says the west had four secret weapons to bring down the Soviet Union: John, Paul, George and Ringo. Author and former British spy, Leslie Woodhead joins in studio 57 to talk about how the Beatles helped undermine communism.
Separately, SF writers Pam Sargent, George Zebrowski, and Jack Dann have forged influential careers. Together, the three have collaborated on a number of projects over the years, including their latest volume: Retro flip-book "Decimated / Dream of Venus."
Why don’t the sci-fi, horror, and fantasy genres include more gay and lesbian erotica? If you’ve asked this question, you’ll be glad to hear about The Circlet Press. Dan Kimmel interviews Circlet’s founder, Cecelia Tan.
A series of mystery novels centered around a gay sleuth that delivers both thrills and heartbreak is like the Spanish Inquisition: To reference Monty Python, no one expects it. Author Marshall Thornton chatted with EDGE about the new novel, "Murder Book."
Describing Kevin Killian’s novel "Spreadeagle" as long-awaited isn’t, for once, a cliche. He started writing it in 1990, and even when he thought he’d finished the book, he found it facing a long and beleaguered road to publication.
Film producer, scholar, and critic Nat Segaloff examines the lives, and final films, of fifty great film directors in his new book "Final Cuts." Segaloff chatted with EDGE about the book, the artists, and the art of cinema itself.
"Government right now is functioning on the cutting edge -- of 1973," Gavin Newsom writes in his new book. The former mayor of San Francisco has ideas for making government responsive, and responsible. Will they work?
"Gypsy." "Follies." "West Side Story." Did you know these three landmark shows did not win the Best Musical Tony Award? Peter Filichia does and he’s fashioned a volume on the subject of landmark shows that were passed over.
The memoir of famed lesbian New york City mayor candidate.
Tom Bianchi’s candid photographs, along with an equally beautifully worded essay, is a perfectly captured panegyric to a time and place that was the gay man’s Eden. Like Eden, it, too is paradise lost, swept away by AIDS.