Link Round Up: September 21 – October 4


Autostraddle posted

BiblioSapphic posted 10 New Sapphic Books – Sept/Oct.

Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian posted Connecting with LGBTQ+ Librarians, Authors, Book Bloggers, and Other Queer Bookish Folks on Social Media and 5 Spooky Queer Women’s Halloween Reads.

Queership posted Banned books are not a goal. They are an obstacle.

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


“The 19th century was full of incredible lesbian artwork, and here’s the proof” was posted at Pink News. See more images in Autostraddle’s NSFW Sunday Has Vintage Lesbian Smut Just For You.

“16 Great 2017 YAs that Celebrate Bi Visibility” was posted at Barnes & Noble Teen Blog.

“Feminist, lesbian, warrior, poet: rediscovering the work of Audre Lorde” was posted at New Statesman.


Sovereign by April Daniels was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Head Off & Split by Nikky Finney was reviewed at Black Lesbian Literary Collective.

Bend by Nancy J. Hedin was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Steam Clean by Laura Ķeniņš was reviewed by Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian.

Wild Mountain by Nancy Hayes Kilgore was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Her Body and Other Parties by Carmen Maria Machado was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Wild Beauty by Anna-Marie McLemore was reviewed at Just Love: Queer Book Reviews.

Visiting Hours by Tagan Shepard was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

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