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Photo Caption: 2016; Members of the collective at Charis Books & More in Atlanta; L to R: S. Andrea Allen, Claudia Moss, Krystal Smith, Lauren Cherelle

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4.27.17
Book Review: Callaloo & Other Lesbian Love Tales
This an impressive collection of short stories by LaShonda K. Barnett, who you may recall is the author of… Read more.

4.20.17
Krystal A. Smith on Speculative Fiction and Writer’s Block
Here’s the first of our new interview series where we talk to members of the lesbian literary community. Krystal’s work has been described as… Read more.

4.13.17
Book Review: The Prosaic Soul of Nikki Giovanni
April is National Poetry Month so it would seem appropriate to sing the praise of Nikki Giovanni. The force behind classics such as… Read more.

4.6.17
Book Review: Rise of the Gorgon
Elle Pharell is a journalist with a skin thick enough to repel the verbal bullets that conservative pundits throw at her and… Read more.

3.30.17
Five Classic Black Lesbian Books that You’ve Probably Never Heard of But Need to Read
I recently attended a literary conference focused on lesbian literature and was shocked at how many attendees didn’t know anything about… Read more.

3.23.17
Lez Talk Books Radio Presents: Almah Lavon Rice
Rice has been published in various anthologies, including the revised edition of does your mama know?: Black Lesbian Coming Out Stories. Her journalism… Listen now.

3.23.17
Book Review: Home Girls: A Black Feminist Anthology
I still don’t know how they pulled it off. A white lesbian and a black gay male selected a book written for, about, and written primarily by black lesbian… Read more.

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