Reading is Fundamental
May 17 2011 4:00 AM ET

Reading is Fundamental

Advocate Contributors

While gay literature thrives in some quarters, another venerable gay bookstore closes; is it as simple as blaming Amazon?

I Advocate Geri Jewell
April 13 2011 4:00 AM ET

I Advocate...Geri Jewell

Advocate Contributors

Here’s what former Facts of Life star Geri Jewell, whose memoir I’m Walking as Straight as I Can is now in bookstores, is passionate about this month.

Bio Details Malcolm Xs Gay Life
April 05 2011 3:10 PM ET

Bio Details Malcolm X's Gay Life

Advocate.com Editors

A new biography discusses slain civil rights leader Malcolm X's “early homosexual relationship with a white businessman.”

Meredith Baxters Family Ties
March 10 2011 5:20 PM ET

Her Family Ties

Ross von Metzke

Actress and author Meredith Baxter discusses her new book, Untied, why she would have preferred to come out in the classifieds, and what she really meant when she called her abusive ex-husband a "good guy."

Jodi Picoults Song for You
March 09 2011 5:20 PM ET

Jodi Picoult's Song For You

Advocate Contributors

Best-selling author Jodi Picoult's latest novel tells the story of a lesbian couple struggling to conceive. But Sing You Home took a personal turn when her 17-year-old son came out while she was writing the book.

You Can Almost Touch It
March 09 2011 5:00 AM ET

You Can Almost Touch It

Matthew Breen

Enhancing a popular book about giant phalluses meant finding a way to make those appendages leap off the page.

Charles Perez Getting the Last Word
February 22 2011 6:05 PM ET

Charles Perez: Getting the Last Word

Neal Broverman

Charles Perez, the former television anchor and talk show host, has a new memoir that pulls no punches. Perez talks to The Advocate about Confessions of a Gay Anchorman, and why many TV journalists are stuck in the closet.

Watergates Gay Informant
February 11 2011 6:00 PM ET

Watergate's Gay Informant

Advocate.com Editors

It wasn't just Deep Throat. Washington, D.C.'s gay community had a hand in taking down the Nixon administration for the Watergate break-in

London Calling
February 09 2011 4:15 PM ET

London Calling

Advocate Contributors

COMMENTARY: Journalist Tomas Mournian, author of the novel Hidden, recalls how his groundbreaking newspaper article about homeless gay youth led to his being commissioned to make a video for pop star George Michael.

Sappy Holidays
February 09 2011 5:00 AM ET

Sappy Holidays

Winston Gieseke

Wade Rouse’s It’s All Relative celebrates family dysfunction through a series of endearing—and often embarrassing—holiday remembrances.

Hair Apparent
February 09 2011 5:00 AM ET

Tabatha Coffey: Hair Apparent

Brandon Voss

Tabatha Coffey, out host of Tabatha's Salon Takeover, combs over what you won't read in her empowering new memoir, It's Not Really About the Hair.

Literary Outlaw
February 08 2011 5:00 AM ET

Literary Outlaw

Advocate Contributors

The troubled life of Queer writer William S. Burroughs, one of the 20th century’s most influential artists, is explored in an illuminating new documentary.

Christopher Interviews Anne Rice
February 03 2011 3:45 PM ET

Christopher Interviews Anne Rice

Advocate Contributors

The mother and son authors take no prisoners in a frank discussion of sexuality, religion, and Anne’s decision to leave Christianity.

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