Weekly Link Round Up

The 2011 Stonewall Book Awards were announced at ALA.

AfterEllen posted about Beth Ditto’s upcoming memoir, Coal to Diamonds.

Bedazzled Ink has posted the January edition of Khimairal Ink, a lesbian e-magazine.

The Bibrary has updated its index.

Kissed By Venus posted Venus Magazine to Launch!

Lambda Literary posted

Lesbilicious posted Lesbian and gay archive gets prestigious home.

lgbt@nypl posted the video Hide/Seek.

Our Big Gayborhood posted True Story: When Maria Met that Lesbian Writer.

Over the Rainbow Book List posted the American Library Association’s LGBT Roundtable list of queer books published in 2010.

QLit posted 3 Dollar Bill Queer Reading with 30 Talented and Dynamic LGBT Writers (Feb 3, DC).

Readings In Lesbian and Bisexual Women’s Fiction posted a re-recorded version of an interview with Nora Olsen.

Women and Words posted an interview with Andi Marquette and her character Sage Crandall from her New Mexico series and Readers–do you like to meet authors in person?

Gabriella Goliger was interviewed about her book Girl Unwrapped at ShalomLife.

End of the Rope by Jackie Calhoun was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

The Salbine Sisters by Sarah Ettritch was reviewed at Bibrary Bookslut.

Veritas by Anne Laughlin was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Desire by Starlight by Radclyffe was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Batwoman: Elegy by Greg Rucka was reviewed at Bibrary Bookslut.

What are We Fighting For? Sex, Race, Class, and the Future of Feminism by Joanna Russ was reviewed at Queer Authors 50 Book Challenge.

Chick Band by Rakelle Valencia was reviewed at Bibrary Bookslut.

The Night Watch by Sarah Waters was reviewed at A World of Books and The Resident Judge of Port Phillip.

Neighbour Procedure by Rachel Zolf was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

2 Replies to “Weekly Link Round Up”

  1. Cass

    Oooh, a Beth Ditto book WITH MICHELLE TEA?? How very exciting! I need to read AfterEllen more frequently; I might have missed hearing about the book if it hadn’t been for this post!

    1. Danika the Lesbrarian Post author

      I know, right?! What could be better?

      I subscribed to AfterEllen recently, and they have some pretty great articles. I definitely recommend it. But either way, I’ve got your back on the les/bi/etc lit stuff!