Weekly Link Round Up

AfterEllen posted their opinions on Lambda Literary’s Fall Picks.

Autostraddle posted an article that talks about lesbian books beginning to make an appearance in the mainstream, which is also covered in the Independent article “Niche Off the Leash: Val McDermid On Progress In Lesbian Fiction”.

Care2 posted an article called “LGBT Teens Devour Queer Books“.

The Femme’s Guide posted some quick impressions of a few lesbian erotica books.

GLBT Promo posted a teaser blurb for Private Eyes by Michelle Houston.

I’m Here. I’m Queer. What the Hell Do I Read? posted some blurbs from the anthologies Growing Up Gay: A Literary Anthology and Not the Only One: Lesbian and Gay Fiction for Teens.

Lambda Literary posted an interview with Tanith Lee and Cliterotica: A Lesbian Erotic Quarterly.

Readings in Lesbian & Bisexual Women’s Fiction has Readings with Erica Lawson and Redux Gillian (with Gillian Kendall, author of Something to Declare: Good Lesbian Travel Writing).

An article titled “‘Lost’ Lesbian Author Found” about the book Diana: A Strange Autobiography is at Windy City Times. (Seriously, lesbian fiction articles in the Financial Times and Windy City Times? Did I just wake up in another, more awesome dimension?)

Emma Donoghue was interviewed at the Financial Times and Barnes & Noble. (Her new [non-lesbian] novel Room is getting her a lot of attention.)

Silver Kiss by Naomi Clark (lesbian werewolf book!) was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

The Sealed Letter by Emma Donoghue was reviewed at Reviews By Lola.

The Scorpion by Gerri Hill was reviewed at Buy Book Gay Lesbian.

Strangers In Paradise, Vol. 1 by Terry Moore was reviewed at Stella Matutina.

Lois Lenz, Lesbian Secretary by Monica Nolan was reviewed at Loving Venus – Loving Mars.

The Three by Meghan O’Brien was reviewed at Loving Venus – Loving Mars.

Far From Xanadu by Julie Anne Peters was reviewed at Sixty Books in 2010.

Tipping the Velvet by Sarah Waters was reviewed at Polish Outlander.

Fingersmith by Sarah Waters was reviewed at Piling on the Books and Wicked Wonderful Words.

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