Link Round Up: November 16 – 29

            

Autostraddle posted Holigay Gift Guide: You’re Just Really Into Books.

Bibliosapphic posted Sapphicathon || Bingo and rec list and Sapphic Graphic Novels.

Lambda Literary posted New in November: Arch Brown, Andrea Lawlor, Myriam Gurba, and Alan Bennett.

LGBTQ Reads posted Books We’re Thankful For.

Women and Words updated their Hot off the Press and Coming Attractions page.

Yuricon posted How Fandom Made Queer Manga Possible.

            

“In young-adult novels, queer love stories have begun to feel mainstream” [excuse the exaggerating title] was posted at Washington Post.

“Finding Refuge in a Queer Vampire Novella” was posted at LitHub.

“We Should All Live by ‘The Gospel According to Shug Avery’” was posted at The Grapevine.

“Mombian 2017 Gift Guide To Books for LGBTQ Families” was posted at Windy City Times.

            

A Fairytale of Possibilities by Kiki Archer was reviewed at Lesbian Reading Room.

Tarry This Night by Kristyn Dunnion was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Meanwhile Elsewhere: Science Fiction and Fantasy from Transgender Writers edited by Cat Fitzpatrick & Casey Plett was reviewed by Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian.

The Off Season by Amy Hoffman was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

That Inevitable Victorian Thing by E.K. Johnston was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Body Music by Julie Maroh was reviewed at Gears of Biz.

Fury’s Choice by Brey Willows was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

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