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Tina Turner Writing Sequel to Memoir 'I, Tina'

Tina Turner Writing Sequel to Memoir 'I, Tina'

Dec 11
Tina Turner is not done telling her story.

Readable. Edible. Drinkable. 8 Books for the Holidays

Readable. Edible. Drinkable. 8 Books for the Holidays

By April Stamm | Dec 10
Give the gift of the printed word (along with gorgeous photography, expert insights, and easy-to-follow recipes) with our favorite picks for the holidays. Wrap them as gifts or keep for yourself to get through the winter ahead.

400 Communities Across U.S. Support Trans and Non-Binary Youth with Readings of 'I Am Jazz'

400 Communities Across U.S. Support Trans and Non-Binary Youth with Readings of 'I Am Jazz'

Dec 7
Today, in up to 400 communities across the country, thousands of parents, educators and allies will stand in solidarity with transgender and non-binary youth by hosting school and community readings of "I Am Jazz."

Sally Field Memoir, 'In Pieces,' Coming Out Next Fall

Sally Field Memoir, 'In Pieces,' Coming Out Next Fall

Dec 7
Oscar winner Sally Field is writing a memoir.

Clinton Returns to New Hampshire for Book Signing

Clinton Returns to New Hampshire for Book Signing

Dec 5
Hillary Clinton is returning to New Hampshire for the first time since just before the 2016 presidential election.

From Sweden, an Unsentimental Take on Decluttering

From Sweden, an Unsentimental Take on Decluttering

By Katherine Roth | Dec 5
In "The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning" (Scribner, January 2018), Margareta Magnusson uses a dry, unsentimental and sometimes dark Scandinavian sense of humor, and writes with an older set (and their younger relatives) in mind.

Painting in Rainbow Colors :: A Growing Canon of LGBTQ-themed children's literature

Painting in Rainbow Colors :: A Growing Canon of LGBTQ-themed children's literature

By Torie Dominguez | Dec 3
Just in time for the holidays, a number of children's book writers have some thoughtful and entertaining contributions for gift giving for the younger set.

In the 'Zone,' and How, with 'The Twilight Zone Encyclopedia' Author Steven Jay Rubin

In the 'Zone,' and How, with 'The Twilight Zone Encyclopedia' Author Steven Jay Rubin

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 1
Movie producer and author Steven Jay Rubin has written a lovingly detailed reference work on Rod Serling's original series. To find out more, EDGE's resident "Twilight Zone" fanatic caught up to Rubin for a chat.

Gift Guide: Coffee Table Books for Every Passion

Gift Guide: Coffee Table Books for Every Passion

By Leanne Italie | Nov 28
Know a book lover with a coffee table and a passion? Then you're good to go on a gift. Coffee-table books aren't usually high on the self-purchase priority list but they can make great holiday gifts if chosen carefully.

Travel Books to Inspire Trips or Give as Gifts

Travel Books to Inspire Trips or Give as Gifts

By Beth J. Harpaz | Nov 23
Here are a few books out this season to consider buying for your own use and entertainment, or to give as a gift for Christmas, Hanukkah or whatever you might be celebrating in the coming months.

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