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Sweet Afters: Read These Lips, Volume 3

Sweet Afters: Read These Lips, Volume 3It’s here!

Sweet Afters from ReadTheseLips.com is our third collection of distinctive stories from talented lesbian authors. Joan Nestle—co-founder of the Lesbian Herstory Archives and iconic lesbian activist—honoured us with a fascinating story of one lesbian’s joyous life celebrated by those who shared it. Janis Spehr sent in a breathtaking narrative of a housewife struggling to escape a dead-end life. J.E. Knowles, Georgia Beers, JD Glass and Amy McDonald each gave a glimpse into the complexities of significant relationships. Vicki Stevenson reminded us that happy beginnings can happen anywhere, and poet Natasha Carthew offered three short but intense poems for all who have longed and loved. For the first time, we are featuring a photographic exhibit by JRen, who also shot this issue’s beautiful covers.

Sweet Afters is about the last course, the indulgent pleasure afterwards. We hope this issue of Read These Lips satisfies in the best way.

Now available for download from ReadTheseLips.com.
Enjoy the book.

Evecho and Linda Lorenzo

Editors,  ReadTheseLips.com

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June 30, 2009 at 3:29 pm Leave a comment

What I do for lesbian lit

Admin thingy: Added a couple of pages where my published stories and ReadTheseLips.com’s anthologies can be found.

February 25, 2009 at 1:20 am Leave a comment

Interview on Chroma

An interview with me on Chroma’s blog where I’m chatting with Gill McKnight about  ReadTheseLips.com.

For an extended version of the interview, check out http://readtheselips.wordpress.com/2008/11/21/interview-on-chroma/

November 22, 2008 at 1:27 am 2 comments


Evecho’s newsy bits

News, updates and links from the lesbian and publishing ‘verse that interest me, my current projects, keeping up with authors and sharing musings on middle-class life, gourmet adventures and comparisons between East/West perspectives. My opinions will likely be linearly logical and gayly bent, as they tend to be.