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A new memoir timed with the fifth anniversary of the murder of the unarmed black teenager
David France’s How to Survive a Plague documents the activism of the unheralded heroes in the fight against HIV and AIDS
John Hudak brings "Marijuana: A Short History (The Short Histories)"
The D.C. Public Library celebrates more than books at this year's Banned Books Week
Independence Day on Fire Island
L.M. Elliott's new novel tells of a 15th century Italian girl who takes up residence in the National Gallery of Art
Jessica Walton seized upon a simple idea after a revelation in her family. When her father came out as transgender, eventually transitioning to become Tina, his...
Jenny Block's book on the female orgasm offers little more than rehashed information and contradictory advice
Second annual read-out brings note to "controversial" books targeted by censors
The Library of Congress has moved up its annual book festival, both on the calendar and in geography. The 14th edition takes place a month...
''Orange is the New Black'' author Piper Kerman is on a mission to help improve conditions in prisons
DC Center's OutWrite grows as part of national LGBT book fair boom
''Sometimes people get this idea in their head,'' blogger and journalist Kenneth Walsh says. ''Oh, if I get a nose job, my life will be...
''Twenty years ago, when a young gay man was diagnosed,'' says longtime AIDS activist and writer Sean Strub, ''there was this loving, supportive AIDS and...
If there's a perfect time to read The First Male, the fifth novel from local gay author Lee Hayes, that time is now. Published in...