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Naiad Press was one of the first publishing companies dedicated to lesbian literature. It was devoted exclusively to lesbian literature. In , there were few bookstores which would carry such overtly lesbian materials, so Naiad Press relied heavily on mail order in order to market and sell books. Naiad benefitted from its use of the member mailing list of The Ladder , a prominent and recently defunct lesbian newsletter published by the Daughters of Bilitis.
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Post a Comment. The majority of these are small publishers, which means most do not offer advances, however all pay royalties, provide editing and covers, and distribute books without any charge to authors. Romance, including all of its subgenres, is the most sought after genre by LGBTQ publishers, but if you write poetry, biography, memoir, or scholarly work, you will find a home for it on this list. Most larger houses require an agent, however.
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A lesbian activist has urged women to 'eliminate' men from their minds and lives in a controversial new book that claims to provide the ultimate solution to female emancipation. Reflecting on feminism and lesbianism in the years since French feminist Simone de Beauvoir penned The Second Sex, she claimed that the only way for women to be truly emancipated is to eradicate men from their lives completely. Erase them from our minds, from our pictures, from our representation. I don't read books by men anymore, I don't watch their movies, I don't listen to their music', she writes. Alice Coffin pictured has received a divided response to her new book Lesbian Genius, after she penned that women should eliminate men from their minds.
LONDON — A few years ago, the British novelist Sarah Waters was playing around with ideas for her next book when she remembered a notorious s trial she had once read about. Waters said in an interview here in July. She settled on the s, she said, because it was such a fertile time: an era of great disillusionment and also great promise, when an old world was falling away, a new one was emerging, and the tension between the two was terrifying and exhilarating. Waters said. Lots of things were hurtling toward it and squeezing through it and then hurtling out the other side.