American author, Diane Marina’s short story, “Imperial Hotel” is like the lesbian’s answer to Nicholas Sparks’ “The Notebook”. It is one gorgeous and classic love story set in New York City in 1948.
For an entire generation, The Beebo Brinker Chronicles provided the first representation in literature that they had ever read of women loving women.
Jenny is one of those popular girls who appear to have it all. She is attractive, put together, confident. The other girls want to be her, the boys want to have her. But underneath the false bravado is a mess. She blames herself for the death of her adored Gran, hates what she has made herself into and the never-ending pretence to keep it up. She hates herself to the point of self harm. She has sought help, but that doesn’t stop the feelings, doesn’t stop the pain.
A book about coming-of-age under difficult circumstances, TEACHING THE CAT TO SIT is ultimately a story about family and reconciling one’s past and present
meticulously researched and a labour of love from Howard but its downside is that it is not the most complete or comprehensive Cher biography out there. It is certainly one that is most focused on the glittery rise and shine of her star-power
FOR SAME SEX COUPLES, IT’S NOT AS SIMPLE AS SAYING, “I DO” Attorney Scott Squillace Discusses The Legal And Tax Issues Faced by Gay And Lesbian Couples
Every year the question is posed during at least one literary/publishing event or another: Do we still need LGBT publishing companies?
A delicious romance with a sprinkle of investigation
The second in the series, Rainey Nights, was a Lambda Literary Finalist. The third in the series, The Rainey Season, has been submitted for consideration in the upcoming award season. The fourth installment is due out in April 2014
Almost 400 books, more than 150 judges, all over the world, and many, many submissions, from indie publishers, from mainstream publishers and a lot of self-published authors