Weekly Link Round Up

AfterEllen posted

Bella Books posted February 2011 “Just About Write” Reviews.

Edmonton Lesbian Book Club posted about The Well of Loneliness by Radclyffe Hall.

The Femme’s Guide posted a call for submissions for a femme zine.

Kissed By Venus posted its ezine, Venus Magazine and Stranger Than Fiction: Dykes and the Ivory Tower.

Lambda Literary posted

Lesbian Life at About.com posted an interview with Gina Daggett (of “Lipstick and Dipstick” in Curve magazine and author of Jukebox).

Lesbilicious posted Wales embraces LGBT History Month.

LGBT@NYPL posted Happy Birthday Gertrude Stein.

Literally Lesbian Book Review posted So You’re a Gay Lady… (Literally Lesbian Books You Really Should Have Read By Now if You’re a Lady Who Likes Ladies (TM)).

Queeries posted Whittall’s Fave 5 Books of 2010.

QueerType posted its thorough as ever February publishing notes.

Readings in Lesbian & Bisexual Women’s Fiction posted a Romance episode.

What Queer Folks Should Be Reading posted about

“Flashback through B.C. History: Little Sister’s appeals censorship ruling” was posted at the Globe and Mail.

“LGBT ebook and print releases January 2011” was posted at Elisa_Rolle.

Reports about the lesbian pulp fiction “too hot” to read at a Indian literature festival have been posted at serveral sites, including Spicezee.

The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators conference LGBTQ meet and greet was posted about at the SCBWI website.

Renair Amin was interviewed at Cheril N. Clarke’s blog.

Emma Donoghue was interviewed at the New York Times.

Nicola Griffith posted about the outstanding mid-career queer novelists’ prize application.

Malinda Lo posted “Don’t judge a book by its cover [whitewashing and hiding queerness]”, and a comment pointed to a similar blog post at Robin Talley’s blog about queer YA books having less sexual covers than straight ones.

Lee Harlem Robinson has created a fiction blog: Trying to Throw My Arms Around the World, and it has been announced at Bibrary Bookslut and several other sites.

A home video of Gertrude Stein was posted at Booklicious, while one of her rejection letters is floating around through various blogs.

TK Turner was interviewed at Bibrary Bookslut.

59 Things You Didn’t Know About Virginia Woolf was posted at Flavorwire.

Protector of the Realm: Supreme Constellations by Gun Brooke was reviewed at Queer Magazine Online.

Unbearable Lightness by Porta de Rossi was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Life Mask by Emma Donoghue was reviewed at My Reading Challenges 2011.

Parallel Lies by Stella Duffy was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Time Binds: Queer Temporalities, Queer Histories by Elizabeth Freeman was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Girl Unwrapped by Gabriella Goliger was reviewed at Quill & Quire.

The Price of Salt by Patricia Highsmith was reviewed at Bookish Butch.

Her Sweet Spot: 101 Sexy Ways to Find and Please It by Jude Schell was reviewed at Lesbian Life.

She Slipped and Fell by Shonda was reviewed at Lesbian Fiction Reviews.

The Light Fantastic by L.A. Tucker was reviewed at F/F Fan Fiction Reader’s Corner.

Rum Spring by Yolanda Wallace was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Dear John, I Love Jane edited by Candace Walsh and Laura Andre was reviewed at The Pursuit of Harpyness.

If You Follow Me by Malena Watrous was reviewed at The Zen Leaf.

Fingersmith by Sarah Waters was reviewed at My Didn’t Happeners, bookmomma, and Running Lambs.

Tipping the Velvet by Sarah Waters was reviewed at On the Nightstand.

The Passion and Sexing The Cherry by Jeanette Winterson were reviewed at a grand and one.

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