The big news this week is, of course, the Lamba Literary Awards winners! But more happened, too:

Autostraddle posted Writers Gone Wild: Lambda Literary Awards Spark Debate on the Future of Gay Books.

Elisa posted LGBT Ebook and Print Releases May, 2011.

F/F Fan Fiction Reader’s Corner posted Ramble – through the jungle of sites.

Gay YA posted The GLBT Genre.

Kissed By Venus posted Sarah Diemer as their featured “Fresh New Voices” author.

Lambda Literary posted

Out in Print Queer Book Review posted On Losing, Lammys, and Pioneers.

 

 

Women and Words posted Surf’s Up and The Ease of Writing.

Ivan Coyote was written about at Story North: 19th Annual Storytellers of Canada.

Bett Norris posted a video on her blog.

Lara Zielinsky posted And the official announcement… [on her new book cover].

“Endangered: Outwrite Bookstore & Coffeehouse” was posted at MidtownPatch.

“Sexual Minorities Educational Foundation hopes to establish center in Northampton” was posted at MassLive.

“Life’s Little Lesbian Mysteries: The good ol’ days” was posted at Books about the world.

“That Coward Edward Albee, Or What It Means to Be an Out Artist” was posted at Original Plumbing.

The Dark Wife by Sarah Diemer was reviewed at the Rainbow Reader.

A Ride to Remember by Sacchi Green was reviewed at the Rainbow Reader.

Lilac Mines by Cheryl Klein was reviewed (in list format) at Friend of Dorothy Wilde.

Cemetery Murders by Jean Marcy was reviewed at Three Dollar Bill Reviews.

My Tiki Girl by Jennifer McMahon was reviewed at Gay YA.

She Loves You, She Loves You Not by Julie Anne Peters was reviewed at Hopelessly Devoted Bibliophile and Paper Cut Reviews (with a giveaway!).

The Midnight Hunt (Midnight Hunters, #1) by L.L. Raand was reviewed at Queer Magazine Online.

Blood Hunt (Midnight Hunters, #2) by L.L. Raand was reviewed at Queer Magazine Online.

Trauma Alert by Radclyffe was reviewed at Three Dollar Bill Reviews.

Tomorrow’s Promise by Radclyffe was reviewed at F/F Fan Fiction Reader’s Corner.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight Volume 8: Last Gleaming was reviewed at Bibrary Bookslut.

(Phew! Sorry, no pretty pictures today, I cut it close today for time!)