About the Lesbrary:
The Lesbrary is a book blog about bi and lesbian books, with occasional coverage of other identities under the broad “doesn’t identify as a man and is at least some of the time attracted romantically and/or sexually to others who do not identify as a man” category. Lesbrary books don’t have to be written by a queer author, though it helps.
The Lesbrary is mostly made up of reviews, but also has features like Link Round Ups (a collection of all the latest lesbian and bi lit news and reviews) and guest posts.
If you have any questions, feel free to email me at danikaellis at gmail with “Lesbrary” included in the subject.
The Lesbrary is made up of about a dozen reviewers at a time, but we also post guest reviews! If you would like to submit a review (or interview with a queer woman or non-binary author, or other relevant content), email danikaellis at gmail with “Lesbrary” included in the subject.
If you would like to submit a book to be reviewed at the Lesbrary, please see the Review Policy page.
About the Lesbrarians:
Once upon a time it was just Danika at the Lesbrary. Now there’s a whole team of Lesbrarians! Danika still manages the Lesbrary, but the reviews are done by the whole team.
If you would like to join the Lesbrary as a regular reviewer (at least one review a month) and receive ebooks to review, email danikaellis at gmail with “Lesbrary” included in the subject.
Danika Leigh Ellis: I live in BC, Canada. I am a bookseller and aspiring English teacher/teacher-librarian. I started the Lesbrary back in 2010!
My reviews are here.
Alexa: Alexa is a bi ace reviewer who loves books with queer protagonists, especially young adult and fantasy books. E also has a fascination with solarpunk, found families and hopeful futures, and plans to incorporate these in eir own writing. You can find more of eir reviews and bookish talk on WordPress and Twitter @greywardenblue.
Alexa’s reviews can be found here.
Alice Lawrence: I am a British Bi lady who lives for the smell of paper and the taste of tea. Books have always allowed me to connect to a wider world, and to discover myself time and time again in the stories I’ve come to love. Please come say hi to me on twitter @amjlawrence.
Alice’s reviews can be found here.
Anna M: Anna is a reference librarian in western MA. She loves talking about books, particularly their covers, and does so in several places: Title and Statement of Responsibility, MARC of the Beast, and Collection Reflection. You can also find her on Twitter.
Anna Marie: anna marie is a sick white queer femme moonslug who would sell their soul for chocolate and the colour red. They are a moon and sun capricorn (!), a scorpio rising and a leo midheaven. They do love books although they hate their english literature degree and are currently considering running away to 1920s paris to be part of the sapphic revolution. If anyone would like to join them and their anti-capital letters (and capitalist) tweeting they tweet @_lily_luna_
Anna Marie’s reviews can be found here.
Babusha: Babusha is a 23 year old ace lesbian who loves queer love stories in every form- especially fantasy lesbian assassins who can kill her with one look. I am constantly searching for that mythical POC bookish lesbian nerd and will at some point actually start writing out of sheer desperation and boredom. I’m obsessed with mutual pining and angst with happy endings, with complex, flawed characters who are still cinnamon rolls that should be protected at all costs. You can find her gushing about her fave gay novels and movies on Twitter @redqueensparta
Babusha’s reviews can be found here.
Casey: Casey, aka the Canadian lesbrarian, is a bisexual writer with an MA in English who lives in Vancouver. When not reading queer Canadian lit or reviewing it for her blog, she’s teaching ESL, running, or drinking tea. But not at the same time. Find her on twitter.
Casey’s reviews can be found here.
Genevra: Genevra Littlejohn is a multiethnic, queer martial artist who lives in the woods with her partner and their two cats, baking and reading and cussing at her tomato garden. She’s at http://fox-bright.tumblr.com, or you can find her on Facebook
Julie Thompson: Born with a book in both hands, I am always reading and listening to something. I also enjoy random weekend adventures, sports, making silly edits with Gimp, and Netflix marathons. I have an amazing job as a Jill-of-all-Trades at a small public library in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. You can find Julie at her website, Omnivore Bibliosaur.
Julie Thompson’s reviews can be found here.
Mallory Lass: By day Mallory is extremely passionate about higher education fundraising and by night she is a hype girl for all things Sacramento, CA and all things queerkru (especially fandom rarepairs). Her favorite trope is age-gap. She wishes she could read all the things and eat more ice cream, alas hermione refuses to lend out her time-turner. Give her a follow on twitter@datalover916 or over on tumblr.
Mallory’s reviews can be found here.
Megan G: Megan G is the recent recipient of an undergrad in English. She spends most of her time reading, writing, and watching Netflix. When she isn’t doing any of those things, you can find her on tumblr at miasswier.tumblr.com.
Megan G’s reviews can be found here.
Susan: Susan is a queer library assistant from England. She has degrees in both Ancient History and Librarianship, and not enough shelves to hold all of her library books and video games. She can also be found on twitter or writing for Lady Business.
Susan’s reviews can be found here.
Tierney: Tierney is a librarian at a small liberal arts college in North Carolina. When she’s not daydreaming about the next queer book she wants to read, she’s likely daydreaming about the next meal she wants to cook. Her other interests include computers, birds, and TV shows that pass the Bechdel test.
Tierney’s reviews can be found here.
Whitney D.R. is a Young Adult Librarian in the Bronx. She’s always trying to keep the library shelves chock-full of queer reads for teens. In her spare time, she likes to go on brewery tours, write her own (queer) romance and YA fiction, and review a spectrum of queer romance and erotica. You can find her on Tumblr, GoodReads, and Twitter.
Whitney’s reviews can be found here.