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MandOForever  dyke-the-halls   lieswetellourselves

AfterEllen posted How to Have a Very Lesbian Christmas.

Babbling About Books posted Announcing the 2015 Lesbian Fiction Appreciation Event! (#LFAE2015).

GayYA posted

primarystein  missedher   badfeminist

Women and Words has been celebrating their holiday hootenanny! (Giveaways every day!)

Ivan Coyote was written about at ZY.

Catherine Lundoff posted On LGBT Science Fiction and Fantasy 2000-2010 (Part 2).

Bad Feminist: Essays by Roxane Gay was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Primary Stein: Returning to the Writings of Gertrude Stein edited by Janet Boyd and Sharon J. Kirsch was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

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payingguests   taleoftwomommies   justgirls

Sarah Waters was interviewed at The Globe and Mail.

“New Children’s Book Series Highlights Queer Families of Color” was posted at Color Lines.

“I Don’t Care if Media About Queer PoC Won’t Sell – We Need to Create it Anyway” was posted at Feminspire.

“Children’s Books with Queer Families of Color & Kids of Color” was posted at Amplify (two years ago, but I just discovered it).

Claire’s Song by Sunny Alexander was reviewed at Terry’s Lesfic Reviews.

A Queer Capital: A History of Gay Life in Washington, D.C. by Genny Beemyn was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

YAW by Dani Couture was reviewed by Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian.

Just Girls by Rachel Gold was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Barring Complications by Blythe Rippon was reviewed at Terry’s Lesfic Reviews.

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heydollface   dragkingdreams   lumberjanes9

The Advocate posted Transgender Pioneer and Stone Butch Blues Author Leslie Feinberg Has Died (an obituary by Leslie’s partner, Minnie Bruce Platt).

Autostraddle posted

Hey, Dollface by Deborah Hautzig was reviewed at Gay YA.

The Whip by Karen Kondazian was reviewed at That’s All I Read.

movingforwardslikeacrab   payingguests   forgivemeifivetoldyouthisbefore

Moving Forwards Sideways Like a Crab by Shani Mootoo was reviewed by Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian.

New York 1, Tel Aviv 0 by Shelly Oria was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Forgive Me If I’ve Told You This Before by Karelia Stetz-Waters was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Deserted Echo by Linda Kay Silva was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

The Paying Guests by Sarah Waters was reviewed at things mean a lot.

This post, and all posts at the Lesbrary, have the covers linked to their Amazon pages. If you click through and buy something, I might get a small referral fee. For even more links, check out the Lesbrary’s twitterWe’re also on FacebookGoodreadsYoutube and Tumblr.

StoneButchBlues   fireside   payingguests

AfterEllen posted “Stone Butch Blues” author Leslie Feinberg passes away.

Autostraddle posted Lez Liberty Lit #59: Luminous Misandry and
Jacqueline Woodson, Ursula LeGuin Reign Triumphant at the 65th National Book Awards.

Lambda Literary posted Transgender Pioneer, Activist, and Author Leslie Feinberg, 65, Has Died and
Losing our Hero, Rest in Power Leslie Feinberg.

We Need Diverse Books posted the extended #SupportWNDB LGBTIA+ chat storify.

Women and Words posted Coming Attractions, December 2014 and Hot off the Press, November 2014.

Andi Marquette posted In Memoriam: Cate Culpepper and In Memoriam: Leslie Feinberg.

Sarah Waters was intereviewed at The Guardian.

Nevada   justgirls   womenwhoborrowed

Nevada by Imogen Binnie was reviewed at Pop Culture Catchall.

Miracle Girls by MB Caschetta was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Being Emily by Rachel Gold was reviewed at Gay YA.

Just Girls by Rachel Gold was reviewed at James C. Femmer.

The Woman Who Borrowed Memories by Tove Jansson was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

fairplay   fingersmith-bookcover   thereturn

Fair Play by Tove Jansson was reviewed at things mean a lot.

The Return by Ana Matics was reviewed at The Rainbow Hub.

Blue Horses by Mary Oliver was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Fingersmith by Sarah Waters was reviewed at Musings of a Bookish Kitty.

Everything by Carole Wolf was reviewed at Lesbian Reading Room.

This post, and all posts at the Lesbrary, have the covers linked to their Amazon pages. If you click through and buy something, I might get a small referral fee. For even more links, check out the Lesbrary’s twitter pageWe’re also on FacebookGoodreadsYoutube and tumblr.

Gravitybetweenus   wishbone   dontbangthebarista

AfterEllen posted 8 Lesbian Romance Novels That Will Get You Hooked on the Genre.

Autostraddle posted Lez Liberty Lit #58: We Have Always Lived In The Bookshelf.

Lambda Literary posted

Queer Romance Month posted Queer/Were: L.L. Raand’s Paranormal Romances by Ruth Sternglantz and Tragedy and Lesbian Love by Sarah Brooks.

Karin Kallmaker posted No Rage Stalking Here – Why I Welcome Critical Reviews.

aliceandfreda  badfeminist   tellmeagain

Alice + Freda Forever: A Murder In Memphis by Alexis Coe was reviewed at AfterEllen.

Tell Me Again How a Crush Should Feel by Sara Farizan was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay was reviewed at Bisexual Books.

The Lightkeeper’s Wife by Sarah Anne Johnson was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Eight Dates by Lori L. Lake was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

deepmerge   100crushes   anatomyofagirlgang

Anatomy of a Girl Gang by Ashley Little was reviewed by Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian.

100 Crushes by Elisha Lim was reviewed at Lindy Reads and Reviews.

Deep Merge by Linda North was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Spheres of Disturbance by Amy Schutzer was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

How To Be Both by Ali Smith was reviewed at Lindy Reads and Reviews.

This post, and all posts at the Lesbrary, have the covers linked to their Amazon pages. If you click through and buy something, I might get a small referral fee. For even more links, check out the Lesbrary’s twitter pageWe’re also on FacebookGoodreadsYoutube and tumblr.

cuttingroomfloor   aliceandfreda   petitemort

Autostraddle posted Lez Liberty Lit #57: Defining A Golden Age.

Gay YA posted Halloween Reads.

“Diverse characters: Corinne Duyvis on the decline of “issue” books” was posted at The Guardian.

Alice + Freda Forever: A Murder in Memphis by Alexis Coe was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Petite Mort by Beatrice Hitchman was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Blue Hanuman by Joan Larkin was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Once The Clouds Have Gone by KE Payne at Terry’s Lesfic Reviews.

Under Devil’s Snare by S.Y. Thompson was reviewed at Lesbian Reading Room.

This post, and all posts at the Lesbrary, have the covers linked to their Amazon pages. If you click through and buy something, I might get a small referral fee. For even more links, check out the Lesbrary’s twitter pageWe’re also on FacebookGoodreadsYoutube and tumblr.

 

carmilla   queerandtransartistsofcolor   lakeoftwomountains

AfterEllen posted 8 Reasons Why You Should Watch “Carmilla” Now! and Master of dreams Neil Gaiman’s new book features a kiss between two women.

Autostraddle posted “Queer and Trans Artists of Color: Stories of Some of Our Lives” is a Vital Catalogue of QTPOC Voices.

Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian posted I Hate Canadian Nature Poetry; Or, Why I Didn’t Like Arleen Paré’s Governer-General-Award-Nominated Lake of Two Mountains.

bitterfruit    Treasure   PathsOfMarriage

Gay YA posted Are Coming Out Stories Still Relevant in 2014?

Queer Romance Month posted (among others) Why Queer Romance Is Important by Amy Dunne and On Being Icky by Kim Dare.

Women and Words posted Coming Attractions, November 2014 and Hot off the Press, October 2014.

tellmeagain   wickedthings   inheritance

Sara Farizan was interviewed at Diversity In YA.

Malinda Lo posted My Coming Out Story.

Taken by Storm by Kim Baldwin was reviewed at Lesbian Reading Room.

The Repercussions by Catherine Hall was reviewed at Shiny New Books.

thesummeriwasntme   tumbledown   warwithin

Tumbledown by Cari Hunter was reviewed at Out In Print.

To Love Free by Chris Paynter was reviewed at Lesbian Reading Room.

The Summer I Wasn’t Me by Jessica Verdi was reviewed at Whimsically Yours.

The War Within by Yolanda Wallace was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

indigosprings   aliceandfreda   ForgiveMe

Autostraddle posted Drawn to Comics: Lumberjanes #6 Asks What’s Up With Jo? What’s Up With Diane? What’s Up With Everything? and Lez Liberty Lit #56: Myth or Reality.

Casey the Lesbrarian posted The Best Bisexual Women’s Literature.

Lambda Literary posted New in October: Alan Cumming, Tove Jansson, Colm Toíbín, Alexis Coe, Christopher Rice, and Amy Scholder.

Sara Farizan was interviewed at Mother Jones.

Karin Kallmaker posted See in you PTown at Womencrafts and GCLS!

Sarah Waters was interviewed at Lambda Literary.

everythingleadstoyou   lieswetellourselves    tellmeagain

Gender Failure by Ivan Coyote and Rae Spoon was reviewed at Quill & Quire.

Shadows of the Heart by Patty G Henderson was reviewed at Terry’s Lesfic Reviews.

Everything Leads to You by Nina LaCour was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Blowback by Bev Prescott was reviewed at Lesbian Reading Room.

Taking Fire by Radclyffe was reviewed at Lesbian Reading Room.

The Alleyway and Other Short Stories by Rejini Samuel (aka RJ Samuel) was reviewed at Lesbian Reading Room.

Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley was reviewed at Gay YA twice.

This post, and all posts at the Lesbrary, have the covers linked to their Amazon pages. If you click through and buy something, I might get a small referral fee. For even more links, check out the Lesbrary’s twitter pageWe’re also on FacebookGoodreadsYoutube and tumblr.

lieswetellourselves   acupofwaterundermybed   queerandtransartistsofcolor

AfterEllen posted Hannah Hart on her new book, coming out and style icons.

Sista Outsider posted Lez Talk Books Radio Debut!

Malinda Lo posted Have your books been banned?

“Mini Rant: The Coming Out Novel and Queer Characters in YA Lit” was posted at M-E Girard.

Jolt by Kris Bryant was reviewed at Frivolous Views.

A Cup of Water Under My Bed by Daisy Hernández was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Queer and Trans Artists of Color: Stories of Some of Our Lives by Nia King was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley was reviewed at YA Bookers and Paperbackd.

Year of the Monsoon by Caren J. Werlinger was reviewed at Lesbian Reading Room.

This post, and all posts at the Lesbrary, have the covers linked to their Amazon pages. If you click through and buy something, I might get a small referral fee. For even more links, check out the Lesbrary’s twitter pageWe’re also on FacebookGoodreadsYoutube and tumblr.

sisteroutsider   justgirls   blowback_lg

Autostraddle posted

Diversity In YA posted Book Challenges Suppress Diversity.

Lambda Literary posted Roxane Gay: On Messiness, Not Belonging, and What Being Queer Taught Her About Being a (Bad) Feminist.

queer book club posted Three lesbian heroines who overcome obstacles unrelated to their queerness.

Women and Words posted Coming Attractions, October 2014 and Hot off the Press, September 2014.

payingguests   thisisabook   darkwingsdecending

Alison Bechdel posted MacWHAAAAAAT????

Sarah Waters was interviewed at Salon and The Seattle Lesbian.

Dark Wings Descending by Lesley Davis was reviewed at Queerly Reading Lesbian and Lesbian Reading Room.

Kicker’s Journey by Lois Cloarec Hart was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

This Is A Book For Parents of Gay Kids by Dannielle Owens-Reid and Kristin Russo was reviewed at Bisexual Books.

The Paying Guests by Sarah Waters was reviewed at The Stranger, The Daily Beast, The Wall Street Journal, Business Standard, The New York Times.

This post, and all posts at the Lesbrary, have the covers linked to their Amazon pages. If you click through and buy something, I might get a small referral fee. For even more links, check out the Lesbrary’s twitter pageWe’re also on FacebookGoodreadsYoutube and tumblr.

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