The novels of Sarah Waters, for instance, are rarely described by their publishers or the mainstream press as "lesbian novels," even though Waters is quite consciously connected to a tradition of lesbian writing that includes Radclyffe Hall and Sylvia Ashton Warner. Only a member of this blog may post a comment. Dreamspinner Press - G. Calyx - LO. A full-color collection of images and essays on the muscular American male from a homoerotic perspective. The house has managed to steadily increase its annual sales, according to Schaper, in part by branching out from traditional topics such as self-help, romance and HIV and AIDS. Ride the Rainbow Books - L.
Desert Palm Press welcomes fiction and nonfiction by lesbian authors.
Youth and idealised images of beauty rule supreme in authorbooksfictiongayNews. The club's monthly catalog features titles—including 15 to 20 new books—while more backlist titles are available on the club's web site www. LadyLit Publishing - L. The focus isn't on being gay.
The success of Thea Hillman's recent memoir, Intersex for Lack of a Better Worddemonstrates that curiosity and compassion are stronger than ever among all readers.