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Virtual discussions at Sixth and I will highlight bold-name authors and topical concerns
From Washington, D.C., to the California coast, we present some of the best of what this year's OutWrite has to offer.
OutWrite opens a new chapter to mark the LGBTQ literary festival's 10th anniversary with an online-only event
Everything you need to know about this weekend's all-digital affair!
Former Playgirl centerfold Anthony Catanzaro on 'Heat,' working out, and his life-changing health battle
With her new memoir, Loni Love aims for inspiration and levity in relating an unexpected journey
Pancholy shows his writing chops with his magnificent debut novel, aimed at middle-grade readers
Brennan's book chronicles those artists who would be silenced by their own countries
Dameron chronicles his struggles in 'The Lie: A Memoir of Two Marriages, Catfishing & Coming Out'
The bimonthly reading group is throwing a "lit party" at the DC Center on May 15
Sketchtasy author Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore shares her views on what radical queer politics look like
Professor Bonnie J. Morris returns to D.C. with a timely new book on the history of feminism
Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury is a gripping, damning telling of the chaos in Trump's White House.
An elegant new book reveals Paul Child's view of his life in France with his soon-to-be extremely famous wife.
"Quite a Life!" celebrates Schwartz's rise to become a D.C. political fixture