Link Round Up: Oct 9-16


Curve Magazine posted 24th Annual Lambda Literary Awards.

Lambda Literary posted Let’s Talk About Sex: Allison, Myles, and Woolf and Amanda Kyle Williams: Creating Kick-Ass Women.

The Outer Alliance posted OA Podcast #25: Live at Gaylaxicon!


“Queer Cogs: Steampunk, Gender Identity, and Sexuality” was posted at TOR.

“Keeping Up With the Gays of DC and Marvel” was posted at Out.

“Lee Lynch and Lori Lake on Lesbian Mystery, Police Raids, and Fairy Godmothers” was posted at The Advocate.

“Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite LGBTQ Authors” was posted at Bonjour, Cass!


Lisa Cohen was interviewed at The Hive.

Jeanne Cordova was interviewed at Ms Magazine.

Nann Dunne was interviewed by Q. Kelly.

KB Grant  (aka KT Grant) posted Why We Need More Lesbian Romance and Fiction.

Malinda Lo posted Upcoming events in Portland and Palo Alto and was interviewed at TOR.

Sassafras Lowrey posted National Coming Out Day.


The Raven’s Heart by Jesse Blackadder was reviewed at Piercing Fiction and Lambda Literary.

Down to the Bone by Mayra Lazara Dole was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Landing by Emma Donoghue was reviewed by Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian.

People Who Disappear by Alex Leslie was reviewed by Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian.

Link Round Up: Oct 3-9


AfterEllen posted Literary Lesbian Couples We Ship and The Huddle: Hot Covers.

Autostraddle posted


Elisa posted

Lambda Literary posted

lesbian meets book nyc posted All We Know: “If you want the damn ball keep it, don’t throw it away.”*


The Outer Alliance posted Gaylatic Spectrum Awards for Best Novel of 2011.

Ivan E. Coyote was interviewed at Lambda Literary.

Mayra Lazara Dole was interviewed at Bitch.

Jae posted Sad news.

Malinda Lo posted September 2012 in Review: Photos.

Rae Spoon was interviewed at Media Mornings.

Golondrina Manga, Volume 1 by Est Em was reviewed at Okazu.

Dreaming in French: The Paris Years of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, Susan Sontag, and Angela Davis by Alice Kaplan was interviewed at Lambda Literary.

Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal? by Jeanette Winterson was discussed at Out on the Shelves Library and reviewed at Bonjour, Cass.