Bywater Books Goes to GCLS 2015
Find out why your so many Bywater Books authors are headed to New Orleans this month.
Bywater Acquires A&M Books
Bywater Books is proud to announce the acquisition of A&M Books.
Bywater Books Signs Author Cheryl Head
Bywater Books welcomes author Cheryl Head.
Foreword Reviews Announces INDIEFAB Book of the Year Finalists
Bywater Books places two finalists in Foreword Review’s INDIEFAB Book of the Year Competition
Carol Rosenfeld Inducted into Saints & Sinners Hall of Fame
Bywater Books is pleased to announce that author and LGBT advocate, Carol Rosenfeld was inducted into the 2015 Saints and Sinners Hall of Fame. Carol is a longtime advocate of LGBT publishing, and serves as Director of The Publishing Triangle. Her debut novel, The One...
Lambda Literary Award Finalists Named
Bywater Books is pleased to announce that Marianne K. Martin's Tangled Roots has been selected as a Lambda Literary Award finalist in the Lesbian Romance category. In addition, Bywater author, Sally Bellerose, is a contributing author in the LGBT Anthology finalist,...
GCLS Ann Bannon & Tee Corrine Award Finalists
On March 3rd, the Golden Crown Literary Society released their short list for both the Ann Bannon Popular Choice Award and the Tee Corrine Outstanding Cover Design Award. Bywater Books congratulates all the finalists, including our own authors and designers. Ann...
Hilary Sloin is OUTSpoken
OUTSpoken is a project that was originally named “OUTLoud: Oral History from LGBTQ Pioneers.” Launched in 2013 through Kickstarter, it has the simple but important purpose of “telling our stories” and “saving our history.” Hilary Sloin, the winner of the 2014 Barbara...
In an interview with the writer A J Adaire, Mari SanGiovanni explains how she began writing — “I wanted to read something like Rubyfruit Jungle only for a big, fat, loud Italian family, only with some lesbos sprinkled in to complicate matters.” Admits that “tons of...
Joan Opyr talks about writing
In the San Francisco Bay Times, July 10, Michele Karlsberg had an interesting question for Joan Opyr and the poet Pamela Sneed: “Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?” Joan explained, “I’m not a visual writer because I’m not a visual...