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Hollywood Satire 'Plastic' Hits Amazon's Best Seller Lists

Hollywood Satire 'Plastic' Hits Amazon's Best Seller Lists

Oct 16
Playwright/author Frank Strausser's Hollywood satire 'Plastics' hits numerous Amazon best seller lists.

Dying for Beauty? With 'Plastic,' Novelist Frank Strausser Looks Inside 'The Capital of Good Looks'

Dying for Beauty? With 'Plastic,' Novelist Frank Strausser Looks Inside 'The Capital of Good Looks'

By Robert Nesti | Oct 16
In his new novel "Plastic," Frank Strausser uses the Hollywood noir novel to explore the obsession with age and beauty in Hollywood. EDGE spoke to Strausser about his novel.

Book by Fusion GPS Founders Coming Out Next Month

Book by Fusion GPS Founders Coming Out Next Month

Oct 14
The co-founders of a political research firm behind allegations about President Donald Trump's ties to Russia have a book coming out next month.

Atwood Tipped by UK Bookmakers to Win Fiction's Booker Prize

Atwood Tipped by UK Bookmakers to Win Fiction's Booker Prize

Oct 14
Booker Prize winner Margaret Atwood is bookmakers' favorite to win the coveted fiction trophy for a second time Monday for "The Testaments," her follow-up to dystopian saga "The Handmaid's Tale."

Andrew Ridgeley Looks Back with Fondness at George Michael

Andrew Ridgeley Looks Back with Fondness at George Michael

By Mark Kennedy | Oct 9
Long before he was a music icon in skintight jeans, leather jacket and designer stubble, George Michael was something else — awkward, chubby and insecure. He even went by the very unhip nickname Yog.

'Supreme Models': The First-Ever Book Celebrating Black Models

'Supreme Models': The First-Ever Book Celebrating Black Models

Oct 8
Author Marcellas Reynolds profiles more than 70 black models from the past 60 years in his new book, "Supreme Models."

New York Library Exhibit to Pay Tribute to JD Salinger

New York Library Exhibit to Pay Tribute to JD Salinger

Oct 8
An upcoming exhibit at the New York Public Library will offer a look into the very private life of J.D. Salinger.

8 Nonfiction Authors Receive $40,000 Whiting Grants

8 Nonfiction Authors Receive $40,000 Whiting Grants

Oct 4
Authors working on nonfiction books with subjects ranging from Cuban independence from Spain to gay rights have received $40,000 grants from the Whiting Foundation.

'Barefoot Contessa' Star Ina Garten is Writing Memoir

'Barefoot Contessa' Star Ina Garten is Writing Memoir

Oct 2
Celadon Books announced Wednesday that million-selling chef Ina Garten is working on a memoir, not yet titled. It's tentatively scheduled for 2023.

A Surly Bear Speaks Out :: BDSM Mountain Poet and Essayist Jeff Mann on Being an 'Endangered Species'

A Surly Bear Speaks Out :: BDSM Mountain Poet and Essayist Jeff Mann on Being an 'Endangered Species'

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 30
Poet, essayist, novelist... gay Appalachian writer Jeff Mann fits all those literary descriptions. He's also, as his new book's title suggests, a surly bear whose voice has never been more lyrical and confident. EDGE hears him out.

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