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Link Round Up: Feb 19-27

Posted on the 28 February 2013 by Lesbrary @lesbrary

TessaMasterson   1   Betweenyouandme

AfterEllen posted Your New School Library: Julie Anne Peters, Alex Sanchez, and Emily Franklin.

Autostraddle posted

Timmins   3   TheLastNude

Band of Thebes posted Sunday Times Short Story Prize Shortlist (Ali Smith).

Buzzfeed LGBT posted The Best Black Queer Books, Plays And Films.

Curve Magazine posted Jude Schell’s Latest Book & A Casting Call.

FY Lesbian Literature answered the question “Any suggestions for good historical fiction books (specially during second world war?)” posted Holy Wedding Bells! Batwoman Proposes to Girlfriend.

Nevada   Waitingupfortheend   writingwithscissors

Lambda Literary posted

Little Sisters posted Book Launch, Imogen Binnie’s Nevada.

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Queer Books Please posted

Topside Press posted about the Nevada by Imogen Binnie event at Little Sisters and the Nevada book launch and how you can help.

UK Lesbian Fiction posted UK MEET – GLBTQ FICTION and News Roundup.

Women and Words posted

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“From Cinderella to King and King – the rise of alternative fairytales” was posted at Channel4.

S. Bear Bergman posted Hello, Cruel World – a Defence of Reading.

Leslie Feinberg posted New Stone Butch Blues edition May Day 2013: STONE BUTCH BLUES— OFFICIALLY OUT OF PRINT.

Malinda Lo posted Call for self-published and ebook-only 2013 LGBTQ YA.

Jeanette Winterson posted Shape shifter: The joyous transgressions of Virginia Woolf’s Orlando.

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Sagebrush & Lace by Sugar Lee Ryder and J.D. Cutler was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Orgasmology by Annamarie Jagose was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

L Is For Lion by Annie Rachele Lanzilloto was reviewed at Lambda Literary.

Incognito Street by Barbara Sjoholm was reviewed at Autostraddle.

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