On Friday, Dec. 13, the Women’s Therapy Center will celebrate 40 years of serving Philadelphia’s women with low-cost psychotherapy services.
In the new book "My Daughter, My Son: An Adolescent’s Gender Transition Experienced by Mother and Child," a son and mother tell the harrowing, yet uplifting story of how they forged their way through gender identity issues.
"Where Literature Hits The Streets," is the tagline of Lit Crawl 2013, a free three-hour event which organizers describe as an attempt to transform the commonly seen Mission bar crawl into a mob scene of literary mayhem.
Piper Kerman’s brush with the law and her candor about the price she paid for her youthful transgressions launched a successful literary debut that has brought her unexpected fame.
Take a sneak peek at Alden Jones’ travel memoir, "The Blind Masseuse: A Traveler’s Memoir from Costa Rica to Cambodia," where the author gives an addictive, transporting look at the many aspects of life, civilization and travel.
Gay journalist Stephen Jimenez is turning heads and changing perceptions about the murder of Matthew Shepard in his new book "The Book of Matt." EDGE spoke to the controversial journalist.
Photographer Michael Galinsky documents the Age of the Mall in his book, which features all of the high-waisted jeans and big hair you can throw a cassette tape at.
Influential singer/songwriter Bob Mould has written a thoughtful and introspective book about life as a rock musician, and life as an out and proud gay man.
Five stories, five lives - each holding a mirror up to the others.
New collection of previously published and unpublished stories from early 20th century gay American writer Glenway Wescott.
A peer to some of the greatest gay literary figures of the 20th century and inspired by the conflict between sexuality and spirituality, Christopher Isherwood’s finest fiction is recorded in his later works.