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'Call Me By Your Name' Author Announces Sequel, Reveals Title & Release Date

'Call Me By Your Name' Author Announces Sequel, Reveals Title & Release Date

Mar 21
It's official: André Aciman formally announced this week that he is working on a follow up to his 2007 gay coming-of-age novel "Call Me By Your Name," which was turned into a film in 2017.

Anderson Cooper has a 2-Book Deal, First Expected in 2022

Anderson Cooper has a 2-Book Deal, First Expected in 2022

Mar 19
Anderson Cooper has a two-book deal and plans to collaborate with historian-novelist Katherine Howe.

'Harry Potter' Author JK Rowling Faces Twitter Backlash for Comments About Gay Relationship Between Characters

'Harry Potter' Author JK Rowling Faces Twitter Backlash for Comments About Gay Relationship Between Characters

Mar 18
Author JK Rowling is facing a Twitter backlash for comments she made about a gay relationship between two of her characters from her "Harry Potter" franchise.

The Nuts and (Neck) Bolts of 'Father of the Bride of Frankenstein' :: Daniel M. Kimmel on His Sci-Fi Rom-Com Frolic

The Nuts and (Neck) Bolts of 'Father of the Bride of Frankenstein' :: Daniel M. Kimmel on His Sci-Fi Rom-Com Frolic

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 4
Film writer, sci-fi novelist, and sometime EDGE contributor Daniel M. Kimmel blends movies, horror, and comedy into a frothy little frolic he's title "Father of the Bride of Frankenstein." EDGE catches up with Kimmel to find out more.

Brothers in Smollett Case Say They Have 'Tremendous Regret'

Brothers in Smollett Case Say They Have 'Tremendous Regret'

Mar 1
Two brothers who told police that "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett paid them $3,500 to help stage an attack on himself in Chicago say they regret their involvement in the incident.

Booker Prize for Fiction Secures New Financial Backer

Booker Prize for Fiction Secures New Financial Backer

Mar 1
Britain's leading literary award, the Booker Prize, found a new financial backer Thursday after its sponsor of almost two decades pulled out.

Posthumous Memoir by Gay Rights Pioneer Due in October

Posthumous Memoir by Gay Rights Pioneer Due in October

Feb 28
A posthumous memoir by gay rights pioneer Edie Windsor will be released in October.

Sequel to Michael Crichton's 'Andromeda Strain' Due in Fall

Sequel to Michael Crichton's 'Andromeda Strain' Due in Fall

By Lauran Neergaard | Feb 27
The late Michael Crichton's literary archive and production company has authorized a sequel to his breakthrough novel "The Andromeda Strain," a techno-thriller about scientists fighting a lethal extraterrestrial microorganism.

Bombshell Book Alleges a Vatican Gay Subculture, Hypocrisy

Bombshell Book Alleges a Vatican Gay Subculture, Hypocrisy

By Nicole Winfield | Feb 18
A gay French writer has lifted the lid on what he calls one of the world's largest gay communities, the Vatican.

Marlon James Shares Truths Though the Fantasy of New Novel

Marlon James Shares Truths Though the Fantasy of New Novel

By Hillel Italie | Feb 6
Marlon James is in search of a definition.

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