Now more than a hundred years old, Library Journal has long been trusted and respected by the library community it serves. Each year, it offers more than 8,000 reviews, focusing attention on books in all their forms (print, audio and e-book) and helping libraries to adjust to the changing realities — both within publishing and outside it. Libraries strive to reflect their communities, so recently, the Journal discussed GLBTI literature. And in doing so it recommended Joan Opyr’s Shaken and Stirred, Jesse Blackadder’s The Raven’s Heart, and Ellen’s Hart Jane Lawless series.
To read the article, GLBTI Fiction: Opening the Fiction Closet, click here.