New Book The Letter Q Sends the Younger You a Message

New Book Sends the Younger You a Message

The Letter Q is the most recent book addressing the issue of teen suicide and sheds the formalities of speaking to a broad audience you’ve never met. It is instead an anthology of letters from LGBT writers to their younger selves.

Jeffrey Sharlach and Andrew Tobias

Jeffrey Sharlach and Andrew Tobias on the Courage to Come Out

First-time novelist Jeffrey Sharlach speaks with DNC treasurer and acclaimed author Andrew Tobias on coming out in the 1970s as nice Jewish boys and what opportunities young people have now when it comes to connecting with LGBT family. 

Authors Talk Felice Picano and Mel Bossa on the Future of Books

Authors Talk: Felice Picano and Mel Bossa on the Future of Books

Two great writers discuss the future of gay literature and LGBT labels.

The Future of Gender

The Future of Gender

Authors Diane Ehrensaft, Genny Beemyn, and Susan Rankin talk about the lives of transgender kids in America.

Anne Rice Says Gay People Are Winning the Battle for Equality

Anne Rice Says Gay People Are Winning the Battle for Equality

Author Anne Rice posted an inspiring message for her LGBT fans Sunday, saying "You are winning the battle for equal rights."

Adrienne Rich Dead at 82

Adrienne Rich Dead at 82

Esteemed lesbian feminist poet Adrienne Rich has died at her home in Santa Cruz, Calif.

Advocate Bookshelf Tiny Tomes

Advocate Bookshelf: Tiny Tomes

From poetry chapbooks to sex diaries and urban survival guides, the best books this week come in small (sometimes pocket-size) packages.

Rustin Instilled Power To The People

Rustin Instilled Power To The People

Read J. Edgar Hoover's letter urging then-Attorney General Robert Kennedy to take action against the gay super-strategist of the Civil Rights Movement, Bayard Rustin.

Author Talk Michael Bronski and Michael G Long on Bayard Rustins Legacy

Authors Talk: Michael Bronski and Michael G. Long on Bayard Rustin’s Legacy

On the centennial of his birth, two gay historians debate the legacy of Bayard Rustin.

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