Two more titles are now available as ebooks. Paula Martinac's Out of Time was the winner of the first Lambda Literary Award for Best Lesbian Fiction. Elana Dykewomon won the James Duggins Outstanding Mid-Career Novelist's Prize for Risk awarded by the Saints &...
Carsen Taite inteviews author Lisa Gitlin on her first novel and the joys of rave reviews, making the personal fictional, and the possibility of a sequel. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hJgz_AW-BM
Jill Malone has won the 2010 Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Fiction for her second novel A Field Guide to Deception
Bywater Books is happy to announce the June 15th release of Lisa Gitlin's first novel, I Came Out for THIS?, the hilarious coming out adventure of a Cleveland woman who moves to DC in pursuit of love. Lisa will be signing her book at the following Cleveland locations:...
Lesfic Underbelly has posted a rather animated review of Verge, by Z. Egloff. Check it out:
Val McDermid and Kelly Smith were interviewed on Women-Stirred Radio on Feb 4, 2010. You can listen to the interview here. You can find out more about Women-Stirred on their website: http://woman-stirred.blogspot.com
Similar to Malone's celebrated debut novel, Red Audrey and the Roping, her new novel is an engaging exploration of a fairly straightforward but compelling premise: who and how we love is often connected to what we need. Liv and Claire's relationship is as inevitable...
In November, Lambda Literary News reviewed Verge, the first novel by Z Egloff, published earlier this year (and featured in our August newsletter). The verdict? A book that begins quietly before picking up pace and “sweeping the reader up in a whirlwind.”
Curve features an article with Val McDermid, who describes her childhood growing up in a mining community. The interview coincides with publication of A Darker Domain featuring a new character, DI Karen Pirie “as fascinating and nuanced as any McDermid character yet”.
For an interview to tie in with last month’s broadcast of A Place of Execution, Women and Hollywood, Val was asked once again about violence — and women writing about violence. (And yes, she admits to getting pretty frustrated about being misquoted and misinterpreted.)