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Jam on the Vine by LaShonda Katrice Barnett

Incensed at the iniquities inflicted on African-Americans in the Jim Crow era, Sapphic scribe Ivoe Williams decides that the only way to right these wrongs is to write about them.

The Farmer’s Daughter by Robbi McCoy

In this historical novel Robbi McCoy beams us back into the American Hobo-Age and Tinsel Town’s "best" years.

On My Way to Happy and Gay by Barbara Castle-Farmer

In this memoir, Barbara Castle-Farmer shares her journey to acceptance and understanding of self, starting in 1960s South Africa, at a time where LGBTI visibility was virtually non-existent.

Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley

Can affection transcend complexion for a black girl and a white girl at an integrated high school during the Civil Rights Movement?

The Addendum by Sandra Moran

If you haven’t read Nudge, this wont make a lot of sense. So just read Nudge and it's Addendum…

Finding Eve by Jill Huckelberry

Lilith and Eve would meet at the pool every day embracing each other and exploring one another’s bodies.

Eating Fire: My Life as a Lesbian Avenger by Kelly Cogswell

Kelly Cogswell’s memoir is a thoroughly readable and rollicking ride through her life as an activist and original Lesbian Avenger.

Secret City by Julia Watts

This novel shows how difficult it was for women to come of age, let alone to come out and what a challenge it was for women to live an independent life.

Waiting For The Violins by Justine Saracen

Justine Saracen beams us back into history, writing another memorable novel about unsung heroines of WW II.

Nudge by Sandra Moran

A tale of suspense that finds the heroine writing an “Addendum” to the religious texts of the world.