Weekly Link Round Up

AfterEllen posted a video about Dear John, I Love Jane by Candace Walsh and Laura Andre.

GLBT Reading posted GLBT 2011 Challenge Reviews (link your 2011 queer book reviews there).

Lambda Literary posted “2010 In Review: Best Book Covers”, “New In January”, “2010 Lambda Literary Awards Submissions Break Records”, and a survey.

Lesbian Life (at About.com) posted “All About Lesbian Connection”.

Little Sister’s Bookstore posted a poll about its website.

QLit posted The 3rd Annual Rainbow Book Fair Opens March 26th (NYC), 2011 Rainbow Book Fair LGBT Poetry Showcase (New York), and LGBT History Blogging Workshop at the Museum of London.

QueerType posted January Publishing Notes.

Readings in Lesbian and Bisexual Women’s Fiction posted  an interview with Kate Evans and an event calendar.

“Lambda Book Series Celebrates 20 Years” was posted at Misli Slovensko.

“Will Indie and LGBT Bookstores Survive?” was posted at Ryan Field.

Clifford Henderson posted Chapter One from Maye’s Request.

Malinda Lo posted about her 2011 [Lesbian] Reading Resolutions.

The Girl in the Painting by Anne Brooke was reviewed at Three Dollar Bill Reviews.

Citizen, Invert, Queer: Lesbianism and War in Early Twentieth-Century Britain by Deborah Cohler by Lambda Literary.

The Salbine Sisters by Sarah Ettrich was reviewed at Clandestine Sanctuary.

Wall of Silence by Gabrielle Goldsby was reviewed at F/F Fan Fiction Reader’s Corner.

Sister Mischief by Laura Goode was reviewed at AfterEllen.

grl2grl by Julie Anne Peters was reviewed at Patricia’s Particularity.

Salacious (a queer feminist sex magazine) was reviewed at The Femme’s Guide.

Best Lesbian Erotica 2010 edited by Kathleen Warnock was reviewed at Three Dollar Bill Reviews.

Affinity by Sarah Waters was reviewed at Book Magic.

Fingersmith by Sarah Waters was reviewed at The Book Book.

Women Loving Women by Jamye Waxman was reviewed at Kinky World.

Sexing the Cherry by Jeanette Winterson was reviewed at Katrina’s Reads.

One Reply to “Weekly Link Round Up”

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    WOW! I am sorry I came into this riveting conversation so late! Was thinking this was just another piece about Danny Boyle and Slumdog Millionaire. Goes to show never ever assume anything.Anirudhya Great piece! So short and yet so insightful and to the point. I have to say I have been a great admirer of SM along with millions of others but you have given me an insight that I never considered. Its a national pride that I feel strongly about my own country. It finally sank in, how a foreigner picked on India in a way Like people who say I can talk s**t about my mother but if someone else does, god help them!!Anyway, on the subject of the short film, call me a prude, call me old fashioned, call me all kinds of conservative names in the book, although I know this kind of scum exist in the world, I DONT want to see it in my movies. I think the short film was a very poor choice. But to Mr. Boyles defense, and as Mr. Kashyap points out, he probably had very little to choose from. There seldom are great shorts about India which deal with anything other than squalor and poverty


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