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New Captain America Book Suggests He's A Member of Hydra

By Jesse J. Holland | May 25
The new "Captain America: Steve Rogers" comic book hits stands Wednesday featuring the return of the original Captain America, Steve Rogers, but with a shocking twist.

Cosby Due in Court in Pennsylvania Sex-Assault Case

May 24
Bill Cosby is due in Pennsylvania court Tuesday morning for a key hearing in his criminal sex-assault case.

Glam on Cam

By Jim Gladstone | May 22
"When I was a child, I was the gayest little boy in the world," recalled the London-bred, Los Angeles-based photographer Magnus Hastings. Now 42, the self-trained photographer has a blossoming career as the world's foremost drag portraitist.

Chef Eric Ripert on Candid Memoir, "32 Yolks"

May 18
He's a James Beard Award-winning chef and co-owner of Le Bernardin in New York City.

Jenny Block Releases 'Ultimate Guide to Solo Sex'

By EDGE | May 17
EDGE contributor Jenny Block releases "The Ultimate Guide to Solo Sex: All You Need to Know About Masturbation" through Cleis Press.

R.L. Stine Among Winners of Children's Choice Book Awards

May 6
The latest chiller from R.L. Stine and a middle-grade novel with a transgender theme are among this year's winners of the Children's Choice Book Awards.

Going 'Hungry' :: Author J. Patrick Redmond on His New Novel

By Milke Halterman | Apr 30
"Some Go Hungry" discusses what life is like for people in a small Indiana town after an unsolved murder and possible hate crime tears apart the social fabric of the community. The author offers insight into the novel's fiction and its fact.

Squawk! Diana Henry Wins James Beard Award for 'A Bird in the Hand'

Apr 27
Diana Henry's "A Bird in the Hand" won the James Beard Award for Best Book Single Subject category at Tuesday evening's awards ceremony in New York City.

New Book Examines Gender's Role in Press Freedom

By Michael Astor | Apr 27
Sexualized violence, online harassment and gender-based discrimination all play a role in inhibiting press freedom according to a new book released by the Committee to Protect Journalists on Wednesday.

Photography Book 'See Me' Changes Views of LGBT Homeless Youth

By EDGE | Apr 12
On April 14 at the Shinnyo Center on W. 36th Street in New York City, renowned photographer Alex Fradkin welcomes the community to the launch party for "See Me: Transforming the Lives on NYC's Homeless Youth."

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