When you hit the beach this season, don't forget to bring a good book. Here are our picks for Summer 2014's hottest LGBT titles.
It's that time of year again when we dive into the stacks upon stacks of book review copies towering over our desk and dip into some stories and nonfictional accounts we haven't been able to cover fully.
It only makes sense that the premier information portal for the gay community would promote LGBT fiction. Writers have long given voice to the voiceless, given expression to our inner selves and made palpable the angst of being an outsider.
The historic suburban New York home of late author John Cheever is on the market for $525,000.
Marshall Thornton has just seen Book 6 in his ’80s gay detective series published; he’s also got a new comic novel out. The versatile novelist chats with EDGE about noir, humor, and the dark days of The Plague.
For Gay Pride Month, Bluewater teams up with popular LGBTQIA website, LezGetReal.com, to celebrates the lives of the icons and activists, performers and pundits who have made a difference in the gay community.
A witty look at celebrity and all things we've become obsessed with.
A lonely New York accountant's world turns upside down when his favorite albeit fictitious porn star shows up on his doorstep in David Pratt's howlingly funny, heartfelt novel.
Captivating photos make this tenth anniversary retrospective a must have for fans of both Corbin Fisher and photography.
Rock stars die, but the sounds and sights of the 1970s punk and glam stars live on in the hearts and minds of fans, and in captivating photos by Paul Zone, whose new book shares rarely seen images of the rock revolution.
Spectators were astounded by the audacity of Judy Chicago's art installation "The Dinner Party" when it was first exhibited in 1979. In "The Dinner Party: Restoring Women to History," the artist details this installation piece through images and essays.