Link Round Up: October 9 – 15

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.

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