Novelist Joanne Harris finds her books labelled “women’s fiction” frustrating. Why do these labels exist – a perspective from a lesbian writer in a small market.
Shay Sumoto became my first scientist, born of a strong desire to have more lesbians in my books who weren’t behind typewriters. I also wanted to create a character who was facing hard times and had made difficult choices.
It will be dandy to return to the bountiful hospitality of Texas next week for the Jewel Lesbian Fiction Book Club! The meetings are legendary for their warm welcome and engaging discussions.
Sans jamais apporter de réponse toute faite ni tomber dans la facilité, Karin Kallmaker offre deux magnifiques portraits de femmes fortes prêtes à se battre avec courage pour devenir les femmes qu’elles veulent vraiment être.
I hope you’ll load it up and take it out with you this weekend! Or, if you have a copy of Naiad’s The Very Thought of You, I hope you can pull it off the shelf and enjoy the story again soon. But it’s not like the Altman movie. I promise.
For those who love to listen as they spin, drive, fly, surf or walk, Love by the Numbers is now available is an audio download from Audible, iTunes and other major audio retailers.