Well, school has started, and somewhat predictably I’ve fallen behind in link round ups. This will bring us up until Aug 26th (that’s it?!), and I hope to do another week (ideally two) tomorrow.
Lambda Literary posted
- a mini link round up
- Lambda’s Writers Retreat for Emerging LGBT Voices: The Fellows Reflect
- mini link round up 2
- Queering Poetics, or “Werking” It
- The Los Angeles County Arts Commission Awards Lambda Literary Foundation $11,400 Grant
- Gothamist Reports: ‘NJ School Bans Murakami Book With Gay Sex, But Drugs, Suicide Are Okay’
Rhiannon Argo, author of Creamsicle, was interviewed at Queeries Mag.
I. Beacham was interviewed by Rebecca S. Buck at Left Lion.
Ivan Coyote posted her newest article at Xtra! and made it onto the shortlist for Short Fiction in the ReLit Awards.
Cathy Pegau, author of Rulebreaker, was reviewed at Loving Venus-Loving Mars.
Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic by Alison Bechdel was reviewed at Shelly’s
Speaking Out edited by Steve Berman was reviewed at Out In Print Queer Book Review.
Rainey Days by R. E. Bradshaw was reviewed by Baxter Clare.
Ghosts of Winter by Rebecca S. Buck was reviewed by Baxter Clare.
River Walker by Cate Culpepper was reviewed at Kissed By Venus.
Best of Both edited by Miranda Forbes was reviewed at Three Dollar Bill Reviews.
Annie On My Mind by Nancy Garden was reviewed at Silly Little Mischief.
Like Lovers Do by Lori L. Lake was reviewed at Gay/Lesbian Fiction Book Reviews.
Ash by Malinda Lo was reviewed at Forever Young Adult.
Moving Pieces by Emily Maroutian was reviewed at The Rainbow Reader.
“Compulsory Heterosexuality and Lesbian Existence” by Adrienne Rich was reviewed at the feminist librarian.
No Rules of Engagement by Tracey Richardson was reviewed by Baxter Clare.
Moonglow by Charlie Romo was reviewed at Bibrary Book Lust.
The Woman Who Wouldn’t Shake Hands by Chocolate Waters was reviewed at Lambda Literary.
Tipping the Velvet by Sarah Waters has its cover reviewed at Page Pulp.
Bad Wife Spankings by Valerie Wetlaufer was reviewed at Lambda Literary.