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Two Lesbian Writers Who Rock: Sarah Diemer and Malinda Lo

It’s tough being a writer these days, especially a lesbian writer so I’d like to give a shout out to two authors whose work I hope you read if you haven’t already. One is a new discovery for me, and … Continue reading

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Ten Powerful Lesbian Authors: Or, the classics of our time

If you are a passionate and voracious reader like me then you’ve felt that overwhelming compulsion to just keep reading as dinner gets cold, twilight turns to midnight, and your to-do list becomes a not-until-I-finish-this-book list. I’ve had that kid … Continue reading

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Are Publishers Ignoring Lesbian Writers?: Or, Why Do We Need Mainstream Publishing Anyway?

In her Washington Blade piece, “Publishers Ignoring Lesbian Writers,” Julie R. Enszer, raises an oft heard lament—there isn’t a lot of lesbian literature being published by mainstream publishers:      “While there is much to celebrate in queer literary culture, there is … Continue reading

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Desert Hearts and Huntress: Jane Rule and Malinda Lo on Love

For those of you reading Desert of the Heart and/or eagerly anticipating our movie field trip to IFC to watch the movie Desert Hearts next week, a few links you may find interesting. 1) Some very good insights into the … Continue reading

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