Tag Archive: Lesbian Fiction

Feb 18

Backcast—What The Critics Are Saying

What Happens When Women Attending a Writer’s Retreat Enter a Tournament Bass Fishing Competition? This unconventional novel of self-discovery and empowerment truly is Fried Green Tomatoes meets The Big Chill by way of A River Runs through It  ALL WOMEN HAVE hidden lives. In the process of grappling with the differences between perception and reality, they …

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Sep 20

Backast is Now Available

Backcast is Fried Green Tomatoes meetsThe Big Chill by way of A River Runs Through It “I love Ann McMan.”—Dorothy Allison, National Book Award finalist forBastard Out of Carolina “Ann McMan is the lesbian Armistead Maupin, only better.”—Lee Lynch, author of The Swashbuckler When sculptor and author Barb Davis is given an NEA grant to pair …

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Nov 11

Ten Thousand Lesbians Can’t Be Wrong

No, that aphorism is not the new tagline for Stihl Power Tools. It is the unofficial tourism slogan for the city of Asheville, N.C. And it was to the great city of Asheville that my wife, Salem West, and I traveled last week to participate in a panel discussion at Malaprop’s Books on Haywood Street. …

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