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Chocolate to McNuggets: Book Details History of Kid Food

Chocolate to McNuggets: Book Details History of Kid Food

By Leanne Italie | Apr 26, 2021

Why is there no ham in hamburgers? I'd always kind of wondered that. That's when I found so many great origin stories," says author Kim Zachman of her new book.

Review: Sharon Stone's 'The Beauty Of Living Twice' is Filled With Personal Triumph and Revealing Truths

Review: Sharon Stone's 'The Beauty Of Living Twice' is Filled With Personal Triumph and Revealing Truths

By Bill Biss | Apr 16, 2021

Sharon Stone's book is so personal. There is so much that Sharon Stone has to say that is relatable on many levels.

Review: 'Mike Nichols: A Life,' Celebrated in New Biography

Review: 'Mike Nichols: A Life,' Celebrated in New Biography

By Brian Bromberger | Apr 15, 2021

Written by Mark Harris, the husband of gay playwright Tony Kushner, the new Mike Nichols biography profiles a prickly genius who was a virtuoso observer of others, yet a stranger to himself.

Former Vice President Mike Pence Memoir Set for 2023 Release

Former Vice President Mike Pence Memoir Set for 2023 Release

By Hillel Italie | Apr 8, 2021

Former Vice President Mike Pence has a book deal. His autobiography, currently untitled, is scheduled to come out in 2023.

Review: In 'Finding Freedom,' A Chef's Struggles and Successes

Review: In 'Finding Freedom,' A Chef's Struggles and Successes

By Beth Harpaz | Apr 5, 2021

Chef Erin French chronicles her struggles, failures and triumphs in a lyrically written new culinary memoir, "Finding Freedom."

Review: 'Last Call' a Chilling, Compelling True-Crime Story of Serial Gay Killings

Review: 'Last Call' a Chilling, Compelling True-Crime Story of Serial Gay Killings

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 5, 2021

When writer Elon Green stumbled upon the all-but-forgotten story of a string of murders of gay men that seemed to have a focus on New York City, he became intrigued. The result is this chilling true-crime read.

As Gay Bars Fade, Jeremy Atherton Lin Looks Back at Their Past

As Gay Bars Fade, Jeremy Atherton Lin Looks Back at Their Past

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 3, 2021

Jeremy Atherton Lin's new book is part personal memoir, part essay on the nature and the importance of the gay bar.

How a New Generation of LGBTQ Young Adult Books is Reshaping the Literary Landscape

How a New Generation of LGBTQ Young Adult Books is Reshaping the Literary Landscape

By Lauren Emily Whalen | Mar 28, 2021

A recent report reveals more than half of last year's top-selling books targeted kids or young adults. For LGBTQ authors and readers, the publishing industry exhibits slow progress in diversifying queer narratives.

Jonathan Rachman on Survival, Style and Timeless Taste

Jonathan Rachman on Survival, Style and Timeless Taste

By Ryan Leeds | Mar 27, 2021

Out interior designer Jonathan Rachman chats with EDGE about his compelling new memoir, "The Garlic Peanut Story," and his sought-after design philosophy that will work with any budget.

Beloved Children's Author Beverly Cleary Dies at 104

Beloved Children's Author Beverly Cleary Dies at 104

By Hillel Italie | Mar 27, 2021

Beverly Cleary, the celebrated children's author whose memories of her Oregon childhood were shared with millions through the likes of Ramona and Beezus Quimby and Henry Huggins, has died. She was 104.

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Larry McMurtry Dies at 84

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Larry McMurtry Dies at 84

By Jamie Stengle | Mar 26, 2021

Larry McMurtry, the prolific and popular author who took readers back to the old American West in his Pulitzer Prize-winning "Lonesome Dove" and the emotional mother-and-daughter tale "Terms of Endearment," has died. He was 84.

New 'Lord of the Rings' Edition to Include Tolkien Artwork

New 'Lord of the Rings' Edition to Include Tolkien Artwork

Mar 25, 2021

An upcoming edition of J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy will include paintings, drawings and other illustrations by the British author for the first time since it was published in the mid-1950s.

Review: 'The Player's Encore' a Double Dose of Mystery

Review: 'The Player's Encore' a Double Dose of Mystery

By Christopher Verleger | Mar 22, 2021

The fun, fanciful adventures of supernatural soul mates Andre and Freddy continue in the second book of the Player Piano Mysteries series.

Prince Harry Gives Advice to Grieving Children in New Book

Prince Harry Gives Advice to Grieving Children in New Book

Mar 20, 2021

Britain's Prince Harry has written the forward for a new book aimed at the children of frontline workers who died in the COVID-19 pandemic, sharing the pain he suffered as a boy after the death of his mother, Princess Diana.

Remembering Michael Callen in a New Biography

Remembering Michael Callen in a New Biography

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Mar 18, 2021

The legacy of Michael Callen is remembered in a new biography by gay historian Matthew J. Jones, a riveting account of Callen's 38 year sojourn on Earth.

Review: 'Shooting Midnight Cowboy' a Meticulous Deep Dive into an American Classic

Review: 'Shooting Midnight Cowboy' a Meticulous Deep Dive into an American Classic

By Lewis Whittington | Mar 16, 2021

Glenn Frankel's incisive history of the making of this most unlikely of American movie classics and cultural touchstone is fascinating in every behind-the-scenes cinematic detail.

Lambda Literary Awards 2021 Finalists Announced

Lambda Literary Awards 2021 Finalists Announced

By Jim Provenzano | Mar 15, 2021

The Lambda Literary Foundation announced the finalists for its 2021 awards in multiple categories, making for a terrific to-read list of LGBTQ books. Nicknamed the Lammies, the finalists in 24 categories were chosen by 60 judges from 1,000 submissions.

Garth Greenwell, Douglas Stuart Among Lambda Award Nominees

Garth Greenwell, Douglas Stuart Among Lambda Award Nominees

Mar 15, 2021

Fiction by Garth Greenwell and Douglas Stuart and nonfiction by author-comedian Samantha Irby are among this year's nominees for the Lambda Literary Awards, given for the best of LGBTQ writing.

Past Tense: Zak Salih's 'Let's Get Back To The Party'

Past Tense: Zak Salih's 'Let's Get Back To The Party'

By Jim Piechota | Mar 13, 2021

In his impressive debut, Washington, D.C. writer Zak Salih chronicles the ongoing reunion of two gay men who were friends throughout childhood yet became estranged by the ebb and flow of adult life.

New Book Details Obama's Comments on Buttigieg: Babyfaced, 'Short' and 'Gay'

New Book Details Obama's Comments on Buttigieg: Babyfaced, 'Short' and 'Gay'

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 8, 2021

A new book claims that in 2019, after making comments supportive of Elizabeth Warren, Obama dismissed Pete Buttigieg's candidacy because Buttigeg looked too young, was short, and was openly gay.

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