Link Round Up: July 27 – August 3

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AfterEllen posted Witnessing Herstory at the Golden Crown Literary Society Conference.

Autostraddle posted Autostraddle Book Club #8: Let’s Talk About “The Argonauts,” Also Here’s An Interview With Maggie Nelson! and Hidden Gems of Queer Lit: “Mermaid in Chelsea Creek” and the Chelsea Trilogy.

Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian posted Ask Your Friendly Neighbourhood Lesbrarian # 9: Books With Queer Lady Scientist Characters.

Piercing Fiction posted Golden Crown Literary Society award winners.

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Queerest. Library. Ever. posted Postcards: Notes from Notables.

Women and Words posted GCLS 2015.

Nicola Griffith was interviewed about the importance of counting women’s stories.

“‘The Color Purple: The Musical’ rocks the rafters with spirit, talent, heart” was posted at The Dallas Morning News.

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Twice Lucky by Mardi Alexander was reviewed at AfterEllen.

Daughters of Frankenstein: Lesbian Mad Scientists by Steve Berman was reviewed at AfterEllen.

Catherine Breese Davis: On the Life and Work of an American Master edited by Martha Collins, Kevin Prufer, and Martin Rock was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Sphinx by Anne Garréta was reviewed at Huffington Post.

Lily Love by Ratana Satis was reviewed at Okazu.

Orphan Number Eight by Kim van Alkemade was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Looking for a Kiss: A Chronicle of Downtown Heartbreak and Healing by Kate Walter was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

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