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Five Black Lesbian Books You Should be Reading for Pride Month-Repost
We’re re-posting some of our most popular reviews this month. Here’s our post from Pride Month; get into these amazing Black lesbian writers… Read more.

JP Howard on Poetry, Family, and Writing Communities

It has been nearly six months since we shared JP Howard’s interview with you, which is part of our interview series where we talk to members of the lesbian literary community… Read more.

Lisa C. Moore on Midwifing the Words of Writers

Lisa C. Moore is the founder and editor of RedBone Press, which publishes award-winning work celebrating the culture of black lesbians and gay men and… Read more.

Today, we’re pressing rewind to revisit a conversation with our own La Toya Hankins. If you haven’t read a story by La Toya, what are you waiting for? She’s penned… Read more.

Book Review: Does Your Mama Know? An Anthology of Black Lesbian Coming Out Stories
Twenty years ago, Lisa C. Moore cast her net to collect, save, shape, and share the stories of Black lesbians finding their voice and accepting their sexuality… Read more.

Write What You [Don’t] Know
Nuggets of writing advice are well meaning, but sometimes, advice without explication can be as useless as a bag of potpourri in a landfill… Read more.


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