Authors in lesbian fiction are not able to withstand customary, ongoing criticism like writers in other genres?
Authors behaving badly. Readers retaliating. This is why we can’t have nice things? Like a viable feedback loop that helps writers grow and readers get better books for their money?
There’s nothing worse than coming to the keyboard feeling rusty. Of course there’s nothing better than when the joints stop squeaking and the words start to flow.
Honest thoughts of readers about books they’d read disappeared. Poof! Gone!
Lambda Literary says Love by the Numbers is another win for Kallmaker to the delight of readers everywhere…
“Care is plainly there and the desire to give instead of just taking pleasure.”
It’s such a loving, fun-filled event, even for shy people. So think about it for a getaway to start your summer off with lesbigasmic fun.
As Laura and Helen encounter romantic challenges with other people, Kallmaker quietly but effectively sets the stage for their relationship as they live and work together in a family setting.
I’m surprised by how many don’t realize they owe it to their own body of work—which is what you call a collection of creative endeavors such as writing down opinions—to share it as widely as possible.
Since the Goldies are my favorite lesbian event of the literary year, having 2 titles survive the to finalist status is like a great big cherry on top of what will be a very fun week.