Link Round Up

Push by Sapphire has been challenged in South Carolina, read about it at bookshelves of doom.

World Book Night was celebrated by giving away a million (?!) books, including Fingersmith by Sarah Waters.

About.com Lesbian Life posted

AfterEllen posted

Bella Books posted Beyond the Books: Author Blogs.

Bibrary Bookslut poseted about Month of LGBT Comics.

Edmonton Lesbian Book Club posted The Well of Loneliness and more.

Elisa – My reviews and Ramblings posted about Violet Trefusis née Keppel, an English writer who had an affair with Vita Sackville-West, which was immortalized in a fictionalized form in Virginia Woolf’s Orlando, and sent out a call for 2011 Rainbow Awards judges.

I’m Here. I’m Queer. What the Hell do I Read? posted The Rainbow Project’s 2011 Rainbow List Is OUT… How many have YOU read so far?! and an interview with Jodi Picoult about her new lesbian book.

Kissed By Venus posted Classic Lesbian Fiction.

Lambda Literary posted

Literally Lesbian Book Review posted a contest to win a copy of Another Life Altogether.

QLit posted 2011 Rainbow Project Book List Announced.

QueerType posted March Publishing Notes, which is sort of like the Lesbrary Round Ups, but all kinds of queer, monthly, and more comprehensive.

Readings in Lesbian and Bisexual Women’s Fiction posted Readings with Fran Heckrotte.

Three Dollar Bills posted Three Dollar Bill Reviews – year in review.

What Queer Folks Should Be Reading posted about Fannie Flagg, author of Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe.

Women and Words posted

A read-along of Affinity by Sarah Waters is happening at Estella’s Revenge, starting March 28th.

25 Books by GLBTQ authors of color was posted at MinnPost.

A lesbian erotic short story from The Girl Who Couldn’t Come by Joey Comeau was posted in two parts: part 1 and part 2. If you like epistolary stories about lesbian romances between a young woman and an eighty-year-old woman which also involves old, giant computers, this is the story for you.

Alison Bechdel posted about an “appropriation comic” of Dykes To Watch Out For.

R. E. Bradshaw posted Coming Out of the Authors’ Closet.

Gabriella Goliger was intereviewed at ShalomLife.

Malinda Lo posted a preview of Chapter 2 from Huntress and Announcing my next book, ADAPTATION!

Bett Norris posted some relevant links.

Amy Dawson Roberston posted a picture of a page of her work mid-editing.

Rachel Spangler posted GCLS News and about a Spanish translation of Trails Merge.

Lara Zielinsky posted about the publishing rights of PD Publishing being transferred to Bella Books.

Another Life Altogether by Elaine Beale was reviewed at Literally Lesbian Book Review.

Starting from Scratch by Georgia Beers was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

A Woman Like the Sea by Anne Brooke was reviewed at Gay/Lesbian Fiction Book Reviews and Queer Magazine Online.

Santa Olivia by Jacqueline Carey was reviewed at Queer Authors 50 Book Challenge.

Silver Kiss by Naomi Clark was reviewed at Queer Magazine Online.

Very LeFreak by Rachel Cohn was reviewed at Friend of Dorothy Wilde.

Loving Ellie by Dalia Craig was reviewed at Three Dollar Bills Reviews.

Parallel Lies by Stella Duffy was reviewed at Out in Print Queer Book Review.

Shadow of the Knife by Jane Fletcher was reviewed at Queer Magazine Online.

Making It Legal: A Guide to Same-Sex Marriage, Domestic Partnerships & Civil Unions by Frederick Hertz and Emily Doskow was reviewed at the feminist librarian.

Huntress by Malinda Lo was reviewed at QueerYA.

Fearless by Erin O’Reilly was reviewed at Queer Magazine Online.

Earthquake Came to Harlem: Poems by Jackie Sheeler was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Like a Queen: Lesbian Fairy Tales edited by Cecilia Tan and Rachel Kincaid was reviewed at Kissed By Venus.

Travels Through Love and Time by Christine Hall Volkoff was reviewed at Bibrary Bookslut.

Best Lesbian Erotica 2011 edited by Kathleen Warnock was reviewed at Elevate Difference.

The House You Pass on the Way by Jacqueline Woodson was reviewed at lucy was robbed.

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