Link Round Up: August 10 – 21

juliettakesabreath   theargonauts   vow of celibacy erin judge cover   burning tracks lilah suzanne   sideshow

AfterEllen posted 7 Queer-Themed Books Celesbians Love.

Autostraddle posted Lez Liberty Lit #104: Books On A Bicycle.

Gay YA posted When the Queer Lit Was Enough.

Lambda Literary posted New in August : Sjón, Tim Murphy, Erin Judge, Steven Gaines, and Jacqueline Woodson.

order in the court casey lawrence   the other side comic   not your sidekick   nototherwisespecified   answer rebecca sugar

LGBTQ Reads posted Goodbye, Bad Bi: The Lose-Lose Situation of Bisexual YA and Around the Blogosqueer: #BiYABook.

Women and Words updated their New Releases & Coming Up page.

“Oh, Comics! Episode #85: LGBTQ+ Representation in Comics” was posted at Panels.

“A New Small Press Aims to Published Youth-Oriented LGBT Stories” was posted at Bitch Media.

“Report for Change: The 2016 SinC Publishing Summit Report on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Mystery Community” was posted at Sisters In Crime.

starting from scratch   firework melissa brayden   harvest of ripe figs   alphabet jon macy   captain of industry karin kallmaker

Starting From Scratch by Georgia Beers was reviewed at Frivolous Views.

Firework by Melissa Brayden was reviewed at Frivolous Views.

A Harvest of Ripe Figs by Shira Glassman was reviewed at Gay YA.

Captain of Industry by Karin Kallmaker was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Alphabet edited by Jon Macy and Tara Madison Avery was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

37things   aboutagirl   another brooklyn jacqueline woodson   tippingthevelvet   Points Of Departure Emily OBeirne

37 Things I Love (In No Particular Order) by Kekla Magoon was reviewed at Queer Lit On My Mind.

About a Girl by Sarah McCarry was reviewed at Queer Lit On My Mind.

Points Of Departure by Emily O’Beirne was reviewed at Curve Magazine.

Tipping the Velvet by Sarah Waters and Sarah Waters’s work in general was discussed at The Toilet Papers.

Another Brooklyn by Jacqueline Woodson was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

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