The Advocate Bookshelf Eating Out and In
November 04 2011 10:41 AM ET

Bookshelf: Eating Out (and In)

Diane Anderson-Minshall

Heading into holiday season, a handful of new books offer up suggestions for healthy eating and to-die-for recipes that you’ll enjoy far more than another stuffed turkey with your parents.

Moonbeams and Mysteries Gay Authors Win Awards
November 01 2011 4:00 PM ET

Moonbeams and Mysteries: Gay Authors Win Awards 

Diane Anderson-Minshall

Two queer authors garner book awards for LGBT fiction.

Cheryl Crane Tells Us Why the Bad Always Die Twice
October 26 2011 1:38 PM ET

Cheryl Crane Tells Us Why the Bad Always Die Twice

Diane Anderson-Minshall

The lesbian author talks to The Advocate about her new novel, and why her protagonist, the smart, tenacious redheaded realtor turned amateur sleuth Nikki Harper, feels a little bit familiar.

Around the World with Henry Rollins
October 14 2011 3:00 AM ET

Around the World with Henry Rollins

Winston Gieseke

The punk icon talks to The Advocate about photography, travel, marriage equality, and what it's like being Glenn Danzig's gay lover in a comic book.

Author Stella Duffy Talks Lesbians, Whores, and Eunuchs
October 13 2011 10:47 AM ET

Author Stella Duffy Talks Lesbians, Whores, and Eunuchs

Andi Alexander

The author has just published her twelfth book, Theodora, and she talks about why gay themes can “sell big and in mainstream.”

Book Excerpt The Last Testament by God
October 12 2011 12:37 PM ET

 God Tells All in New Book: Adam and Steve’s Story

Advocate Contributors

With a little help from comedian David Javerbaum, God issues a last testament, in which we learn the real story of Adam and Steve — no doubt, a shock to campus preachers everywhere.

The Advocate Bookshelf Sequined Fist
October 06 2011 4:00 AM ET

Bookshelf

Advocate.com Editors

This week we have a groundbreaking collection of transgender erotica, a crossdressing literary hipster, a woman who solves mysteries with her dog, a how-to guide to gay life and a lesbian lawyer who battles a little known mental disorder.

The Advocate Bookshelf Banned Books Week
September 29 2011 5:00 PM ET

Bookshelf: Banned Books Week

Diane Anderson-Minshall

The list of banned books from the last year includes a children’s book about two real male penguins in the Central Park Zoo who raise a baby penguin named Tango.

Gay Indian Author Examines Sexual Politics
September 23 2011 7:00 AM ET

Gay Indian Author Examines Sexual Politics

Jeremy Kinser

Ghalib Shiraz Dhalla discusses his latest novel, The Two Krishnas, which examines the casualities caused by a married Hindu man who risks everything to have an affair with a much younger male lover.

How to Self-Publish and Not Perish in the Process
September 23 2011 3:00 AM ET

Op-ed: How to Self-Publish and Not Perish in the Process

George Snyder

A beginner’s how-to guide in seven deceptively easy steps.

The Advocate Bookshelf Conversations and Cosmos
September 20 2011 4:00 AM ET

Bookshelf

Advocate.com Editors

This week we have cocktails with mom, hit the road with Patti Smith, learn about gay Amish kids, journey to the fantastical Terre d’Ange for a finale, and find out what it was like to have a butch lesbian mom in the ‘50s.

Henry Rollinss Photo Realism
September 13 2011 5:00 AM ET

Henry Rollins's Photo Realism

Winston Gieseke

A punk icon rages at the world’s injustices and discusses how marriage equality keeps him hopeful about the future of humanity.

The Advocate Bookshelf Fallen Wizard of Oz
September 13 2011 3:00 AM ET

  Bookshelf

Advocate.com Editors

This week we’re reading about lady cops in Georgia, a brilliant feminist playwright, freak photographer Diane Arbus, and a sci-fi world where people with a rare mutation can instantly switch genders.

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