Monthly Archives: March 2012

Adrienne Rich: Thank you

When I read today that Adrienne Rich had died I was immediately cast back to the window seat in the far corner of my dorm living room where I first cracked open her collection Diving into the Wreck. When I … Continue reading

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Up Next: Miseducation of Cameron Post

Since we’ll be talking about The Miseducation of Cameron Post on Monday, a few interviews and reviews to spark some conversation: Malinda Lo on the book for NPR: “The Miseducation of Cameron Post, Emily M. Danforth’s debut, is a coming-out novel, … Continue reading

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A Moveable Feast: The Last Nude Literary Challenge Answers Revealed

Alas, I did not have any takers for my Last Nude Literary Paris Challenge but I hate loose ends (and yes, I love literary Paris). The question was to identify the real names of these characters from the book:   … Continue reading

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Books to Watch Out For This Week: Winterson and Anshaw

This promises to be a banner week for lesbian lit! Two excellent authors are releasing books on Tuesday: Why Be Happy When You Could be Normal? by Jeanette Winterson. Here’s a sampling of some of the incredible praise this memoir has … Continue reading

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