Link Round Up: January 15-24

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AfterEllen posted 2012: The Year in Lesbian/Bi Books back in December, but I missed it until now!

Autostraddle posted Utah School District Returns Controversial Lesbian Family Book To Shelves (also discussed at Huffington Post) and Liberty Lit #12: I Owe Everything To Being Queer.

Lambda Literary posted Lambda Literary Goes to the Movies: Filmmakers’ Favorite Books and Honors, Awards, and Nominations for LGBT Writers.

Queerest. Library. Ever. posted Archives: David Lourea and the Bisexual Center.

Sista Outsider posted “Odd Girls” and Black Lesbians, on Odd Girls and Twilight Lovers‘s apologism for racism.

Women and Words posted Hot off the Press/Coming Attractions! (New lesbian fiction!) and Mark Your Calendars!

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“Reaching into the QUILTBAG: The Evolving World of Queer Speculative Fiction” was posted at Apex Publications.

“List of yuri manga that isn’t about schoolgirls” was posted by mizuno_youko, with links to scanlations.

“Sleeps With Monsters: Lesbian SFF Romance” was posted at Tor.com.

“Out of the Closet & Onto the Page” was posted at Huffington Post.

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R. E. Bradshaw posted Steamy Bedroom Windows: Lesbian Fiction and Erotica.

Sarah Diemer posted

Sarah Ettritch posted Gay and Lesbian Sucks, on the limits of “Gay and Lesbian” as a genre category.

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KB/KT Grant posted

Malinda Lo posted On agendas, social issues and real-life awkwardness.

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Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, + Me by Ellen Forney was reviewed at Lindy Reads and Reviews.

Something in the Wine by Jae was reviewed at C-Spot Reviews.

The Retribution and The Vanishing Point by Val McDermid was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Queer Cinema: Schoolgirls, Vampires and Gay Cowboys by Barbara Mennel was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Art on Fire by Hilary Sloin was reviewed at Out In Print Reviews.

Licking the Spoon: A Memoir of Food, Family and Identity by Candace Walsh was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

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