Author Jodi Picoult to read from latest novel “Sing You Home” tonight at Saint Mark United Methodist Church
Lesbian reporter, author Kim Severson visits Outwrite today
The South’s oldest independent feminist bookstores says future holds good news
Lesbian author returns to Atlanta with steamy new novel
Your accountant is so proud of you.
Like the good saver you are, you’ve tried to invest a little money here or there. A few acres of land, maybe. A good education for you or the kids. Perhaps you’ve even stuck a buck into stocks or bonds for the future.
If Chester “Chess” Garrity had his way, you’d invest in antiquities. He’s got valuable loot on his hands and in the new book “The Cruel Ever After” by Ellen Hart, he needs to get rid of it, pronto.
Charis and Outwrite bring in acclaimed writers Lawrence Jackson, Lisa Earle McLeod
Charis Books and More hosts a discussion on the novel by Catherine Hall tonight
There’s a fine line between “want” and “need.”
You didn’t need another holiday cookie, chocolate-dipped goodie, or brownie hiding beneath powdered sugar. And definitely, you didn’t need the calories.
But oh, you wanted them. So imagine denying yourself those and almost all other foods. Imagine living on 300 calories a day, then read “Unbearable Lightness” by Portia de Rossi.
Hazel Rowley signs copies of her book “Franklin and Eleanor: An Extraordinary Marriage” which addresses lesbian rumors about Eleanor
Cliterati features fierce spoken word and readings
One of the oldest feminist bookstores in the country, an Atlanta icon celebrates 36 years with a sale and author visits today