GCLS 2014

The 2014 Conference of the Golden Crown Literary Society takes place July 9–13. To mark the 10th Anniversary of GCLS, this year’s theme will be Historic Milestones — and there are several to celebrate, including the repeal of DOMA and DADT. The organizers have invited...
Shaken and Stirred by Joan Opyr

Shaken and Stirred by Joan Opyr

“What a great read! Character, story, dialogue—it’s a trifecta of a page turner.” —Kate Clinton, author of I Told You So “ Sometimes, I think my story is about addiction and adultery. Other times, I think it’s about bad luck with the Avon lady. And not just...
I Came Out For This? by Lisa Gitlin

I Came Out For This? by Lisa Gitlin

There‘s only one place Joanna Kane can tell it like it is. Her journal: “I hate Terri Rubin, the woman I‘m in love with. She called and told me she‘s dating a woman named Sonya. I hate this Sonya and I hate Terri and I hate myself because I was never like this...
Idaho Code by Joan Opyr

Idaho Code by Joan Opyr

Everyone knows that Idaho is full of crackpots. The big secret is that not all of them belong to right-wing militias. Some are lesbian separatists, some are ex-hippies, and some are members of Wilhelmina “Bil” Hardy’s immediate family. Small town Idaho, where everyone...
Greetings from Jamaica, Wish You Were Queer

Greetings from Jamaica, Wish You Were Queer

Warning: This book may make you laugh out loud in public. Marie Santora has always known her Italian family is a little crazy, but when she inherits her grandmother’s estate, they now have a million more reasons to act nuts. It soon becomes clear that the amount...