Lesbian drama given extended West End run: Though early performances of “The Children’s Hour” were banned in London and the U.S., the lesbian-themed play will open in London on February 9, 2011 and will enjoy a four week extended run. Based on the 1934 novel by Lillian Hellman, the play will star Keira Knightley and Elizabeth Moss as two boarding-school teachers accused of having a gay love affair by a student. [Lesbilicious]

Ricky Martin will play Che in the Spring 2012 Broadway revival of “Evita,” which is based on Mary Main’s biography entitled Evita: The Woman With the Whip. [The Advocate]

Bullied Teen publishes a book: Openly gay teen, Michael Mangus, who received a death threat from a classmate because of his sexuality has published a photo book called Chasing the Flame: A Gay Narrative in Photographs. [Tonawanda News]

Library with No books: UK community checks outs the entire library collection to protest plans to close their local library. [Treehugger]

GLAAD Media Awards Nominees announced in 23 categories including Best Comic Books. With so many LGBT books published this year, why no books category? [GLAAD]

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