'Collected Poems' by Naomi Replansky

Naomi Replansky’s Collected Poems gathers poems from her first two collections, published in 1952 and 1994, as well as new and previously uncollected poems…. read more

'A Simple Revolution' by Judy Grahn

For over forty years, Judy Grahn’s poems, novels, and non-fiction works have shaped feminist and LGBTQ consciousness. Her literary and theoretical output is formidable. Grahn is one of the greatest lesbian-feminist and queer theorists living today. In her new memoir, A Simple Revolution (Aunt Lute), Grahn delights readers with a book that artfully blends memoir,… read more

'Sinister Wisdom': The Oldest Surviving Lesbian Literary Journal

Sinister Wisdom is one of the greatest historical resources for the lesbian community. As the oldest surviving lesbian literary journal, it is now celebrating 37 years in publishing. Devoted to publishing work that represents the whole spectrum of lesbian lives, Sinister Wisdom emphasizes lesbians’ voices with a variety of complex identities. … read more

'Dreaming in French: The Paris Years of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, Susan Sontag, and Angela Davis'

Dreaming in French (University of Chicago Press) is a fascinating triple biography examining the effects of study abroad on three very different women. In a little over a decade, between 1949 and 1963, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, Susan Sontag, and Angela Davis studied abroad in France. This unexpected combination of women, together in a single book, makes for an engaging read and a notable one for LGBTQ readers…. read more