Hey everyone!Thanks to Nora Olsen for participating tonight. I may have had sound troubles (wonky headset) but she came through loud and clear.I'll do better next time, so be sure to join me January 13 for Kate Evans, author of the bisexual novels Complementary Colors and For the May Queen.Listen to tonight's show with Nora Olsen.Here's tonight's Events Calendar:
A Different Light
bookstore has begun a monthly Book Club. For 2011 they are meeting at
the last Tuesday each month. Grab your copy of January’s
discussion title, Just Kids by Patti Smith, at A Different
Light bookstore, 489 Castro Street, San Francisco, Mention Magnet
Book Club, and get 10% off. On January 25 come to Magnet Health
Clinic, 4122 18th Street, San Francisco, at 7:30 pm to discuss the
book. More info: http://adl-books.blogspot.com/
Lynn Ames will be making
two appearances in Dallas, Texas: On Monday, January 17, 2011 from 6
- 8 p.m., Lynn will be at the Borders located at 3600 McKinney. And
on Tuesday, January 18, 2011, 6:30 -8:30 pm Lynn will be attending
the Jewel Lesbian Fiction Book Club, meeting at Ilume, at the corner
of Cedar Springs and Knight. More info at www.lynnames.com
January 23-28, 2011,
Gillian Kendall is having another writing retreat at the Esalen
Institute in the Big Sur Mountains. Email for details:
On Saturday, January 29,
2011 5 til 8 PM, in association with Grown Gurl Events, Fiona Zedde
celebrates the release of her new book, Dangerous Pleasures,
at The Rack, 1025 W. Brandon Blvd, Brandon, Florida. There will be
cake, door prizes, sex toys and the art of Immani Love Brown, Sheree
L. Greer, and Tenea D. Johnson.
Golden Crown Literary
Society is accepting nominations to its lesbian fiction awards.
Deadline for entries is January 31, 2011. All details can be found at
Read These Lips, a lesfic
annual literary ezine has opened the submissions period for issue #5,
to be published June 2011. Deadline for stories is February 28, 2011.
It is strongly recommended you read both the guidelines and back
issues before submitting at
That’s all for tonight,
folks. If you have any author- or book-related event coming up,
please send word of it to me, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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