Bywater News

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...

Two Interviews with Georgia Beers

Georgia Beers has been talking about her latest novel Olive Oil and White Bread — a story that dares to describe a long-term relationship. And yes, she's got her own experience to fall back on, so expect to hear her talk about her own wife, Bonnie, too. She appeared...

The Escape Artist

Yes, we know we published The Escape Artist last year, but Judith Katz has just posted a brilliant trailer for this book on vimeo. To check it out, click here!

Women’s Week 2014

Every year, Bywater Books makes its way to Provincetown for Women's Week, and we've already finished making plans for this fall. Events will take place every day from Wednesday October 15 thru' Sunday October 18. This year, the authors attending will be Georgia Beers,...

Wynn Malone at PFLAG

Wynn Malone will be making a presentation at PFLAG Central Kentucky on Tuesday, August 12 at 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. She will be talking about writing lesbian fiction today and “focusing on the role of family and straight friends in stories.”

Julie Marie Wade Interviewed

Julie Marie Wade was interviewed by Late Night Library, which seeks to promote writers at the beginning of their careers. In conversation with Nichole L. Reber, she explains why Bywater will soon by republishing her debut novel Wishbone, a Lambda Literary Award...

An interview with Georgia Beers

Recently, Georgia Beers was interviewed by Jae. She talked about giving up the day job to write full-time—and do the laundry. Plus daily word counts and posting updates. To read the full interview, click here.

Sally Bellerose on the Radio

Recently, Sally Bellerose appeared on the Liz McMullen Show, reading a chapter from The Girls Club for Liz's Bedtime Stories. About a Catholic teenager in 1966, the excerpt begins in the confessional. Click here for Sally's reading.

Jill Malone at Get Lit!

Jill Malone will be taking part in the 2014 Get Lit! festival. This week-long festival that attracts 10,000 visitors runs from April 7 to April 13 this year, and Jill will take part in two events on Saturday, April 12. She will be one of four authors to feature in a...

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