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Weighty Issues: Always Too Much and Never Enough

Jasmin Singer’s journey from feeding her body to feeding her spirit produces a brilliant new memoir.

Midcentury Mysticism In The Great Bravura By Jill Dearman

Prose and conjurers link like a magician’s rings in this tale. Now you “seer,” now you don’t!

Bunny Finds A Friend By Hazel Yeats Combines Romance And Humor

A lesbian romance that combines humor with an interesting plot.

Stowe Away By Blythe Rippon

Life doesn't always go the easy way in this lesbian romance.

Jane Waterton's "Times Of Our Lives"

There can be a vibrant lesbian life after retirement.

Georgia Beers "A Little Bit Of Spice"

A lesbian romance like a warm, chocolate fudge sundae.

Backcast by Ann McMan

When lesbian landlubbers congregate at a lakefront writing retreat, will they capitalize on the experience or just capsize it?

“Carmilla” Editor Ellen Simpson’s “The Light Of The World” Won’t Steer You Wrong

Urban fantasy with a difference

Do You Feel What I Feel – A Holiday Anthology, edited by Jae and Fletcher DeLancey

Take a break and enjoy.

Ann Aptaker’s Tarnished Gold

A “noir” page-turner set in New York City’s art world in the 1950s