Weekly Link Round Up

About.com Lesbian Life posted Lesbian Summer Reading List 2011.

AfterEllen posted a clip from the new BBC2’s adaptation of Sarah Waters’s The Night Watch.

Dorothy Surrenders posted Gentlemen (and Ladies) Prefer Bookworms, including a picture of Rachel Maddow with her library.

GLBT Promo Blog posted a link to an excerpt from Egyptian Moon by Diane Taylor.

The Indie Lit Awards posted a Mister Linky for LGBTQ book bloggers interested in reviewing nominess.

Lambda Literary posted

Literally Lesbian Book Review posted “Books on Figuring Out if Your [sic] Gay” and about their project to “Create and publish the best damn lesbian novel ever written”!

Queeries posted TCAF: the comic un-convention.

The Rainbow Awards posted Cover Contest – Round 1 – Slot 2.

Readings In Lesbian and Bisexual Women’s Fiction posted Readings Live from SASFest – May 13,2011.

Ivan Coyote posted a new article at Xtra, “Name Calling”.

Karin Kallmaker posted Book Sale to Aid Long-Time LesFic Supporter.

Malinda Lo posted HUNTRESS arrives in the UK, and other news and a guest post at Lambda Literary.

Ellen Wittlinger posted a guest post at Gay YA.

Armchair Detective by Kelli Jae Baeli was reviewed at Kissed By Venus.

Sweet Turnaround J by P.V. Beck was reviewed at The Rainbow Reader.

The Door at the Top of the Stairs by Alison Holt was reviewed at Bibrary Bookslut.

The Bermudez Triangle by Maureen Johnson was reviewed at Stella Matutina.

Tumbleweed Fever by LJ Maas was reviewed at F/F Fan Fiction Reader’s Corner.

The Flight of the Silver Vixen by Annalinde Matichei was reviewed at Bibrary Bookslut.

The Midnight Hunt by L.L. Raand was reviewed at Three Dollar Bill Reviews.

The Candidate by Tracey Richardson was reviewed at Kissed By Venus.

Fingersmith by Sarah Waters was reviewed at Vulpes Libris.

Love & Lies: Marisol’s Story by Ellen Wittlinger was reviewed at Friend of Dorothy Wilde.

A Room of One’s Own by Virginia Woolf was discussed at A Year of Feminist Classics.

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