The Akoma Book Club meets this morning at Charis Books and More
As the AJC Decatur Book Festival celebrates its fifth anniversary, the Labor Day weekend festival will again include an LGBT track.
The festival is partnering with the Atlanta Queer Literary Festival to bring LGBT writers to town, according to Franklin Abbott, the chair and one of the founders of AQLF.
“We’re very excited about this,” he says. “The Decatur Book Festival is one of the most successful book festivals in the world and the biggest in the Southeast. Decatur is the perfect spot for it.”
Alison Arngrim, who played the bratty Nellie Oleson on ‘Little House on the Prairie’ reads from her memoir today at Outwrite
Grant Garris recounts how he conquered victimhood, abuse in new memoir
Debi Lowry reads from her book "Three Grim Fairy Tales and a Happy Ending" tonight at Outwrite"
Georgia native David Carter is the author of “Stonewall: The Riots that Sparked the Gay Revolution,” the meticulously researched 2004 book on which the film “Stonewall Uprising” is based.
As this weekend marks 41 years since Stonewall, and 40 years since the first Gay Pride celebrations, we caught up with Carter — who now lives in New York City — to discuss his role in making the film, the myths that still surround the riots, and what we can still learn from Stonewall today.
Poet Yolo Akili’s new CD, “Purple Galaxy,” is a spoken-word meditation on transcending sexual identity. In it, he imagines an erotic utopia, free of shame and labels and driven by pure pleasure:
Chessen Parker, better known in Atlanta as YouthPride leader Frances-Ann Moran, reads from her debut novel tonight at Outwrite.
Authors Jane Vollbrecht, Mavis Applewater and Chris Paynter visit Charis this evening.
Lesbian author Fiona Zedde bids farewell to Atlanta
Christopher Rice’s ‘Moonlit Earth’ explores money, family and being gay in the Middle East