Monthly Archives: January 2011

Goodbye, Friend: Hello, Mean Little deaf Queer

This week the book group met to discuss Hit by a Farm How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Barn by Catherine Friend (Da Capo, 2006) and overall, a well-liked pick. For anyone who’s ever wanted to chase … Continue reading

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Batwoman is hot: And a lesbian!

Thank you to Jennifer for making me aware of Batwoman Elegy, Deluxe Edition by Greg Rucka and J.H. Williams III with an introduction by Rachel Maddow (DC Comics, 2010). Not only is Kate Kane, aka Batwoman, hot, buff, and poured … Continue reading

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The Kids Have It: YA GLBTQ Lit

YA lit of all sorts has been having a boon these past few years. My most recent obsession, and apparently a lesbian favorite, the HUNGER GAMES Trilogy by Suzanne Collins (Scholastic), is just one example of the smart, thoughtful, quirky, … Continue reading

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What?!: Jodi Picoult does lesbians

I shouldn’t have been surprised to discover that lesbians feature in Jodi Picoult’s forthcoming novel SING YOU HOME (Atria, March 1, 2011). She’s tackled amnesia, autism, murder, and abuse  in her 17  novels so really, what else is there? Lesbians! … Continue reading

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