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Archive of: Reviews

Margaret Atwood: The Handmaid’s Tale Feels Real In 2019, But The Solution Won’t Come From Novels

The crimson cloaks and white bonnets of Margaret Atwood’s dystopian feminist classic The Handmaid’s Tale have become a distinctive feature of Trump’s America.

Be A Lesbian For A Year If You Must – But What About Lesbians For Life?

Brooke Hemphill’s book is a casually written autobiography, taking the reader through her dating history, including relationships with women.

Making Trouble - Tongued With Fire

In the cold winter of 1875, two rebellious spirits travel from the pale sunlight of England to the raw heat of Australia. They were in love in a time when many women were in love with each other but held such love secretly, for fear of retribution.

Book three of Suzanne Falter's Oaktown Girls series: Destined

Destiny rules in the Oaktown Girls series

Intimate Investments in Drag King Cultures

The Rise and Fall of a Lesbian Social Scene

Transgender Woman Sets to Claim Identity in Novel

Learn her story and how she wants to live her truth

Review: Prognosis – Sarah Vallance

Extraordinary story of living with traumatic brain injury.

As The Crow Flies by Karen F. Williams

Romance with an intriguing paranormal twist.

Book Review: Committed by Suzanne Falter

A strong relationship tested in tough times.

Princess of Thermopylae – Belinda Harrison

Ancient Greece fantasy with a definite Xena feel.

THE DADDIES: A Dark Love Letter To Masculinity Told As A Lesbian Leather-Daddy Love Story

Reviewed by G. Harp.

Thorn by Anna Burke - Book Review

“Thorn” is a lesbian feminist fairy-tale with a vengeance.

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