Link Round Up

AfterEllen posted Lesbian film [and novel] “I Can’t Think Straight” is being reborn as a web series.

Bella Books posted In Memory of Barbara Grier, with information on charities to donate to in her name.

Bibrary Book Lust posted GUEST POST: Clara’s Story by Doreen Perrine.

Bold Strokes Books posted Inspiration, Medication and Lucille.

Elisa posted

Good Lesbian Books posted Asexual Lesbians / Asexual Women In Fiction.

Kicked Out Anthology posted Kicked Out and the Make It Safer Project — books in the hands of youth!

Lambda Literary posted

Lavender Magazine posted Give the gift of books: keep True Colors flying.

Little Sister’s Books posted SAD Mag 7/8: Vancouver’s Queer History.

Over the Rainbow Books and The Rainbow Project posted And the nominations are…OTR 2011 LGBT Books!

Readings in Lesbian and Bisexual Women’s Fiction posted Readings with Terry Wolverton.

Women and Words posted NaNo, Uh Oh.

Ivan Coyote was interviewed at Dorothy’s Closet and posted Bathroom Bullshit Redux at Xtra!.

Barbara Grier, co-founder of Naiad Press, has passed away. Read about her life at Curve Magazine, Lambda Literary, Women and Words, LA TimesKarin Kallmaker’s blog, Bett Norris’s blog, Alison Bechdel’s blog, Julie R. Enszer’s blogNY TimesThe Advocate, Bay TimesWindy City TimesThe State, Dallas VoiceBox Turtle BulletinCBS News, Just OutTulsa World, International Business Times, LGBT Weekly.

Malinda Lo posted YA heroines outside the white, straight box.

Allison Moon was interviewed at Curve Magazine.

Rachel Spangler posted Upcoming Events.

Outwrite Bookstore will be closing, hopefully to relocate. Read about it at Midtown Patch and Culture Surfing.

Reviews are under the cut.

Batwoman #3 was reviewed at AfterEllen.

Nightwood by Djuna Barnes was reviewed at Bosom Friends: Lesbian Historical Fiction.

Fun Home by Alison Bechdel was reviewed and discussed at Autostraddle.

The Girls Club by Sally Bellerose was reviewed at Piercing Fiction.

My Invented Life by Lauren Bjorkman was reviewed at Bibrary Book Lust.

Morning Rising by Samantha Boyette was reviewed at Bibrary Book Lust.

Beauty Queens by Libba Bray was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

The Sealed Letter by Emma Donoghue was reviewed at The National, Independent.

Mean Little Deaf Queer: A Memoir by Terry Galloway was reviewed at Shelly’s LGBT Book Review Blog.

The Difference Between You and Me by Madeleine George was reviewed at QueerYA.

The Middle of Somewhere by Clifford Henderson was reviewed at The Rainbow Reader.

Story of L by Debra Hyde was reviewed at Bibrary Book Lust.

The Lavender Scare: The Cold War Persecution of Gays and Lesbians in the Federal Government by David K. Johnson was reviewed at Shelly’s LGBT Book Review Blog.

The Old Woman by Q. Kelly was reviewed at Lesbian Fiction Reviews.

A Day at the Inn, A Night at the Palace and Other Stories by Catherine Lundoff was reviewed at Kissed By Venus.

Behind the Screen: How Gays and Lesbians Shaped Hollywood, 1910-1969 by William J. Mann was reviewed at Shelly’s LGBT Book Review Blog.

Crimson Dawn by Ronnie Massey was reviewed at Good Lesbian Books.

From Disgust to Humanity: Sexual Orientation and Constitutional Law by Martha C. Nussbaum was reviewed at Shelly’s LGBT Book Review Blog.

Two for the Show by Chris Paynter was reviewed at Piercing Fiction.

Women of the Mean Streets: Lesbian Noir edited by Jean Redmann and Greg Herren was reviewed at Out In Print Queer Book Review.

A Piece of the Night by Michele Roberts was reviewed at Anagnorisis.

Close Calls: New Lesbian Fiction edited by Susan Fox Rogers was reviewed at Anagnorisis.

The Identity by Kristina Villarini was reviewed at Bibrary Book Lust.

Fingersmith by Sarah Waters was reviewed at The Guardian.

Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal? by Jeanette Winterson was reviewed at Asylum, Varsity, FT, Our Daily Read, and Telegraph.

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