Topics :: fiction
By Daniel Scheffler | Sunday Oct 20, 2013
Jane Austen-style novel about love and standing up for yourself.
By Daniel Scheffler | Friday Oct 18, 2013
The second in the trilogy: Madison is in Hell, and boy is she having an adventure.
By Daniel Scheffler | Monday Oct 14, 2013
Over 80 years of history goes into the making of this radicalism. A family on the verge of life.
By Daniel Scheffler | Tuesday Sep 24, 2013
Brothers bound forever by loyalty; broken forever by India and America.
By Kilian Melloy | Saturday Sep 14, 2013
The author of "The Scar Letters" chats with EDGE about institutional anti-gay violence, internalized homophobia, and how his protagonist blossoms into a happy gay man.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Nov 3, 2010
Novelist Armistead Maupin returns to his "Tales of the City" novels with
Mary Ann in Autumn, the eighth book in the series that gay and straight fans worldwide have come to love.
By Christopher Verleger | Saturday Sep 11, 2010
Lee Houck’s impressive debut novel, Yield, is a young New York City hustler’s story of friendship, love and self-discovery.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Sep 7, 2010
Daniel Allen Cox allows his second novel, Krakow Melt, to spill over the edges and create a meta-literary experience that illuminates--and singes.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Aug 4, 2010
Two years ago, Steven Saylor garnered rave reviews for
Roma, his novel of Ancient Rome. In a few weeks’ time, the sequel to Saylor’s multi-generational saga will hit the shelves: Empire is scheduled for an August 31 release.
By M. M. Adjarian | Tuesday Jun 1, 2010
A feast of whimsy and imagination, Diana Comet brings together 15 short fiction pieces by that unknown gem of the fantasy and science fiction writing world, Sandra McDonald.