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Before "Carol" There Was "The Price of Salt"

The book that made me a lesbian.

Natasha Lyonne and Me

What it was like recording my life story with Natasha Lyonne.

Skin Deep

Mark Segal's memoir, And Then I Danced, has been recently released, and is receiving wonderful critical acclaim. To see what got him here today, let’s look at where he’s come from.

A review of Without A Front: The Producer’s Challenge by Fletcher DeLancey

Enter the amazing world of Alsea, where the world’s leader meets the challenge of a stubborn farmer

What We Left Behind by Robin Talley

Gretchen is the good-bi girl. Bi as in binary. Her girlfriend Toni wants to bypass the gender binary altogether, and Gretchen wants to be totally supportive. Just because she’s a lesbian doesn’t mean she can’t be bi-curious.

Karen Campbell's "The Knowing"

Jen is a woman with a special gift that is rewarding yet emotionally draining.

Jae's Pigeon Post

A pleasant short in the Shape-Shifter series.

Ladysmith by Rhavensfyre

With magic, intrigue, fantasy, two gorgeous women in love, and an evil step-mother trying to tear their world down – this novel is sure to be a pleaser.

Olive Oil and White Bread by Georgia Beers

A straightforward tale of life and love after the fireworks.

Breaking Free by Winter Page

A surprisingly sophisticated novel by a 15 year old author, dealing with a range of issues facing LGBTIQ teens today.