Lesbrary Link Round Up: July 18-26

     

Autostraddle posted

Bold Strokes Books posted Get The Picture and The 3rd Annual Bold Strokes Book Festival, Nottingham!

C-Spot Reviews posted MEC’s Hot and Sticky Week with Radclyffe.

Card-Carrying Lesbian posted Latest Lesbian Book On My Nightstand.

     

Elisa posted Literary Heritage: Sarah Waters and Rainbow Awards: Current Submissions (111-120).

Good Lesbian Books posted Lesbian YA Fiction By Country & USA State and Amish Lesbian Fiction.

I’m Here. I’m Queer. What the Hell Do I Read? posted Gay Characters at ComicCon!

Lambda Literary posted

      

The Rainbow Project posted 2013 Nominations: Silhouette of a Sparrow, Radiant Days & Way to Go.

Readings in Lesbian and Bisexual Women’s Fiction posted Readings welcomes Tarra Thomas.

Readings LAB posted LAB links July 21, including Author Interviews & Blogs, Book Releases, Book Reviews, and other LGBTQ news.

Windy City Media Group posted LGBT Summer Book Treats.

Women and Words posted Interview with Renée Bess! Plus GIVEAWAY! and Identity Crisis.

     

Alison Bechdel posted highsmithery.

Ivan E. Coyote is the new Writer-in-Residence at the University of Western Ontario’s Department of English (PDF).

Sarah Diemer posted ANNOUNCING Project Unicorn: A Queer-Girl, YA Extravaganza!

Kristyn Dunnion is leading a free writing workshop for teens at the Toronto Reference Library on Aug 15.

Karin Kallmaker posted “No One Cares Who’s Gay”.

Malinda Lo posted 10 LGBTQ Young Adult Novels to Make It Better.

     

Catherine Lundoff posted State of the Catherine midweek and New review and musing.

Janet Mason will be at Poetry Aloud and Alive July 27 in Philadelphia.

Rachel Spangler posted Deep in the Heart of Texas.

Sarah Waters is “among authors threatening action over ‘Big Society’ lending libraries”.

Rebekah Weatherspoon posted Day 758.

     

Cornered: 15 Stories of Bullying and Defiance edited by Rhoda Belleza was reviewed at Lambda Literary. (This book isn’t exclusively lesbian, but still relevant.)

Here Come the Brides: Reflections on Lesbian Love and Marriage edited by Audrey Bilger and Michele Kort was reviewed by the feminist librarian.

One in Every Crowd by Ivan E. Coyote was reviewed at Vancouver Weekly.

Silver Moon by Catherine Lundoff was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

     

Ana Historic by Daphne Marlatt was reviewed by Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian.

The Light that Puts an End to Dreams: New and Selected Poems by Susan Sherman was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Spelling Mississippi by Marnie Woodrow was reviewed by Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian.

After a suggestion from a commenter, the covers in this post are now linked to the page you can buy them on IndieBound. If they were not available at IndieBound, I linked the author or publisher’s page. (If you buy a book through this link, theoretically I may get a small referral fee.)

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