Link Round Up

      

AfterEllen posted Terry Moore will publish a full-length “Strangers in Paradise” novel in 2013.

Bella Books posted Best Lesbian Romance Lammy – Taken by Surprise and Best Lesbian Memoir Lammy for When We Were Outlaws.

Bonjour, Cass! posted Review & Giveaway: The Letter Q edited by Sarah Moon.

Elisa posted

GLBT Promo Blog posted an excerpt from The Submission (a lesbian BDSM romance) by D. F. Kriger and Sonia Hightower and June is Pride Month!.

      

Kool Queer Lit posted Tigra-Luna LeMar Lesbian Erotica?

Lambda Literary posted

Over the Rainbow Books posted May 2012 Nominations.

Queer Women of Color Media Wire posted Middle Eastern Magazine Celebrates LGBT Arab Voices: “We Give You the Voice of Your Silence”.

Shelly’s LGBT Book Review Blog posted Finding Great LGBT Non-Fiction Books to Review and Top 10 Gay and Lesbian Kindle Fiction as of June 1st, 2012.

Sistahs on the Shelf Literary Promo Blog posted New Book: Living With 3 Strikes Against Me: Life Through My Eyes as Black, Female, and Gay.

      

“Lesbian Novels? More Like….Yeah, No, Lesbian Novels” was posted at Reading Rambo.

“Utah school pulls picture book about lesbian parents from shelves” was reported at LA Times and The Republic.

Carol Anshaw posted here’s a radio interview where shelagh shapiro asks me fascinating questions and I respond boringly and sound like a frog but I’m putting it up anyway.

Sarah Diemer (aka Elora Bishopposted SEVEN: A Lesbian Snow White–RELEASE DAY! and The Very Big, Epic Post of Lesbian Fairy Tales and Awesomeness: Sappho’s Fables, Volume 1 and the Novellas of Volume 2!

Jae posted Interview with a new publisher.

Catherine Lundoff posted

Malinda Lo posted

Rachel Spangler posted Summertime Fun.

      

The Difference Between You and Me by Madeleine George was reviewed at Bildungsroman.

The Smuggler, The Spy and The Spider by Diana Rivers was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Camptown Ladies by Mari SanGiovanni was reviewed at The Rainbow Reader.

5 Replies to “Link Round Up”

  1. 2 Girls Getting Married

    I freaking love this blog! And I totally ordered the “When We Were Outlaws” book based on its posting here. I’m always excited to find queer literature that features people like me as main characters, not random side pieces! Thanks for the great work, keep it up!

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