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Six Novels, 'Six Neckties' :: Johnny Diaz on A Gay Journey's End (for Now)

Six Novels, 'Six Neckties' :: Johnny Diaz on A Gay Journey's End (for Now)

Jul 19
Johnny Diaz writes about the gay Latinx experience -- up to and including the GLBT community's newly recognized right to marriage equality. With his newest blend of comedy and romance, Diaz puts a bow on his "Boston Boys Club" novels.

Busting Out :: Rebecca Cantrell on Her Latest 'Joe Tesla' Adventure

Busting Out :: Rebecca Cantrell on Her Latest 'Joe Tesla' Adventure

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 4
EDGE catches up with mystery/thriller novelist Rebecca Cantrell to hear about her newest Joe Tesla adventure, discuss the creative space that is the subway, and ponder future volumes for Cantrell's signature hero, Hannah Vogel.

History's Lessons, Future and Past :: Jack Dann on 'Concentration'

History's Lessons, Future and Past :: Jack Dann on 'Concentration'

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 12
It was a pleasure to catch up with Dann after so long and chat about the new collection, hear his thoughts on the sudden relevance of this particular anthology of his work, and what he's preparing next.

Madeleine Albright's Next Book Warns of Fascism's Dangers

Madeleine Albright's Next Book Warns of Fascism's Dangers

Jun 7
Albright's next book, "Fascism," is a warning that democratic governments are "fragile" and the United States under President Donald Trump is enduring its own crisis.

Stretching the Boundaries of Male Beauty

Stretching the Boundaries of Male Beauty

By David-Elijah Nahmod | May 14
The first thing readers will notice when they peruse "The Box," Ron Amato's striking new photobook of male nudes, is the age diversity of the models. All the models share one common trait: A confident sensuality that comes from deep within.

Queer Comics Leave the Closet Behind

Queer Comics Leave the Closet Behind

By Matthew S. Bajko | May 7
Just as LGBT movies and literature have largely left behind the trope of a main character struggling to accept being homosexual, so too have today's queer comics creators moved beyond coming out storylines to tackle a far wider array of subject matter.

Osbourne Book Charts Path to Self-Acceptance

Osbourne Book Charts Path to Self-Acceptance

By Alex Madison | Apr 22
Reading the book, due out April 25, it's hard not to imagine Osbourne's distinct British accent, signature potty mouth, and chic lavender, punk hair style as her voice shines through the pages of the light, hilarious, and at times, devastatingly sad book.

Keeping Perspective in the Anthropocene :: A Chat with David Grinspoon

Keeping Perspective in the Anthropocene :: A Chat with David Grinspoon

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 5
Human activity isn't just affecting the atmosphere and climate, but also the oceans, rivers, streams, land -- and, most tellingly, the planet's very geology. But not all is gloom and doom: Dr. David Grinspoon outlines causes for hope.

Praline, Nowak, and 'Femme' :: Marshall Thornton on His Queer Novel Triptych

Praline, Nowak, and 'Femme' :: Marshall Thornton on His Queer Novel Triptych

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 31
Novelist Marshall Thornton sharpened his quill and produced no less than three new books in 2016 and early 2017. Thornton chats with EDGE about this literary triptych.

Ron Amato: Seeking the Soul - The Box Series

By Joe;l Martens | Mar 12
Like classic sculpture, his male images beg you to examine them: Beautiful, sensual, powerful and yet like those classic sculptures of antiquity, oddly chaste.

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