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It's here! There are some great books in I Heart Lesfic's post-Christmas sale event, including many of ours.
For a complete list, visit https://iheartlesfic.com/holiday-mega-sale/
And of course, check out our listings!
All About the Girls vol. 1: Lux, Kaden Shay
Last Rites of the Capacitance, Christopher Michael Carter
The Virtuous Feats of the Indomitable Miss Trafalgar...
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Are you ready for I Heart Lesfic's post-Christmas sale event? Whether you're looking to try a new author or check out lesfic for the first time, we've got some great titles. These are all available now, of course, but they'll be part of the event and on sale December 26-30, 2018.
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You may have read the title of this post and thought to yourself, "But I'm not a lesbian." It's not necessary to be a lesbian to read lesfic. Anyone can enjoy it.
What exactly is lesfic? It's a large category for stories about (and usually for and by) women who love women. I'm using that in its broadest sense, so that includes bisexual women and people who otherwise identify as sapphic (including nonbinary feminine-spectrum people who love women). But just because the primary audience is women who love women, that doesn't mean...
If you've never picked up a book by Geonn Cannon, then maybe these reviews of his latest will convince you to give it a shot. This is a fun series, and from the sounds of it, readers are thrilled with the latest addition: Trafalgar & Boone and the Children of the Burnt Empire. Also, the book covers alone are worth it. Isn't this one gorgeous?
Here's what reviewers have to say about the book:
This past week, we took in the last of the submissions for our upcoming anthology, Upstaged! Queer Women in Performing Arts. Official acceptance and rejection letters were sent, and we're good to go.
I'm particularly excited about this anthology because I want to see more stories that center women. In queer lit, there's no question that stories about men tend to dominate in every corner.
Over the past several years, I've observed this phenomenon, and it isn't a whole lot different from any other corner of the literary world. Men (particularly cisgender men) are the...