Link Round Up: June 7 – 21

This is the Lesbrary bi-weekly feature where we take a look at all the lesbian and bi women book news and reviews happening on the rest of the internet!

Autostraddle posted 8 Books with Bi or Homoromantic Asexual Women Characters and Raging Against Cultural Amnesia: tatiana de la tierra and Latina Lesbian Herstory.

BCLA LGBTQ posted National Indigenous Peoples Day: An LGBTQ2S Book List.

LGBTQ Reads posted Guest Recs From Erin Ptah: Webcomics With Interspecies F/F Romance.

YA Pride posted We asked you what the LGBTQIAP+ book of your dreams was. These are just some of your answers.

             

“What we lose when LGBT books become simply books” (on LGBT bookstores) was posted at Quartz Media.

“Mary Wings Just Wanted An Orgasm When She Created The First Lesbian Comic Book” was posted at HuffPost.

“Camille Perri’s When Katie Met Cassidy Is the Delightful, Sexy, Queer Rom-Com Novel of the Summer” was posted at Vogue.

            

The Evolution of Love by Lucy Jane Bledsoe was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Outcaste by Fletcher DeLancey was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

My Solo Exchange Diary by Nagata Kabi was reviewed at Okazu.

Girl Friends by Milk Morinaga was reviewed at Cats and Paperbacks.

When Katie Met Cassidy by Camille Perri was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

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