At the Jewel Club meeting, bring an empty paper box, which they’re collecting to be used by LULAC to deliver food to needy families at the holidays.
As far as we may have come, it’s still a delight to be in Provincetown, Massachusetts with women as far as the eye can see. Inns and theaters are packed with musicians and comics, the sidewalks are full of lotsa lesbians and readers and writers fill the bookstores and talk about anything they like.
What is this item? That’s a mousepad, and it’s up for silent auction to benefit the GCLS Scholarship Fund. Why is it special? It’s a copy of one I customized for myself to motivate me to meet my deadlines. Maybe it’ll help the winner more than it has me.
We signed our names on a stud and took away bruises, aches and pains, and really cool Women Build hats, and the ineffable honor of having in a small way helped to change the life of a father and daughter.
The festival will feature at least 5 current and prominent GLBT literary arts figures, with an opening reception with the artists, readings, book signings, discussion panels, presentations, workshops, exhibits and social functions.
That’s my favorite thing about birthdays as I get older — they can last all month if I work it right.
The Stonewall Library & Archives is currently relocating to its new digs and is becoming an official part of the Broward County library system. As part of their capital campaign and “coming out” into the larger Fort Lauderdale community, they have a short video that answers the question “What is a Gay Library?
The Lesbian GenFic Tour will be reading (and always ready to answer questions) back-to-back in San Francisco this month.
If you love lesbian lit and want a great vacation – this is it. It’s one of those all-lesbian theme cruises, well, without the sea sickness.
This Bay Area reader’s group has invited me to their every third Wednesday book club. I’m looking forward to being with such involved readers
LeeAnn Kriegh asked Lillian Faderman, Nancy Garden, Sarah Waters, Kelley Eskridge, Sammin Sarif, Val McDermid, Charlotte Mendelson, Ariel Shrag, Amy Bloom, Joan Larkin, Rebecca Walker and me what inspires us about what we write.
I hope to have such a terrific evening again before they pry the keyboard out of my cold, stiff hands.
I don’t know any fiction writer, published or unpublished, who cannot benefit from the incomparable experience of Katherine Forrest, who has selected and nurtured hundreds of manuscripts, over decades, into the marketplace.
Jaime Clevenger wears Life is Good socks. You heard it here first.
Thanks to the organization of Jake Anderson-Minshall, the LGFBAT will be reading at two libraries in the next couple of months.
An outline of my intended presentation at Stonewall Library – which is quickly approaching!
There’s a bonus feature, too, spellbinding footage of me looking for my glasses.
A reader in the audience was kind enough to film my portion of the event. You can watch the video at YouTube, including the out take of me looking for my glasses.