Coming Attractions, July 2016

You guys, I can’t even. I CAN.NOT.EVEN with the fact that July is right around the corner. The year is flying by, my friends. Make sure you tell all your loved ones that you love ’em and then go forth and spread more love. As much as you possibly can. Maybe more. Screen Shot 2016-06-16 at 11.18.21 PM

Because the world needs much, much more of that. SO much more.

And read. Support your local lesbian and feminist authors and publishers, who want to make sure stories are told, and that they get to the farthest ends of the earth. Love, my friends. Let’s keep it rolling.

So if you’re an author or publisher and you’ve got books coming up and you would like to be on these here lists, drop us a line at the “Contact” link above. See it? Above the banner. We get lots of email about lots of different things, so make sure you tell us that you want to be listed in hot off the press/coming attractions lists. Give us the book title, author name, and a link where readers can either buy it or find out more about it. Ta-da. Done. We stop updating the blog posts about a week after they post, but we do keep a static page (see it above? “New Releases & Coming Up”) and we keep that updated throughout the month. So even if you miss the blog posts, we can add you to that page. We try to post these lists the 2nd or 3rd Friday of each month, so the earlier in the month you get your info to us, the better.

All right, friends. Let us go peruse the July wares.

FICTION

BELLA BOOKS
Nat Burns, Lights of the Heart
Jackie Calhoun, When We Were Young
Gerri Hill, Paradox Valley
Riley Scott, Backstage Pass

BOLD STROKES BOOKS
C.F. Frizzell, Exchange
Jan Gayle, Best Laid Plans
AJ Quinn, Just Enough Light
Radclyffe, The Color of Love
Emily Smith, Keeping Time (Wedding Novellas #2)
Karis Walsh, Tales from Sea Glass Inn
Fiona Zedde, Rise of the Rain Queen

BYWATER BOOKS
Cheryl Head, Bury Me When I’m Dead (Charlie Mack Motown Mystery)
Ann McMan, Sidecar
Rachel Spangler, Perfect Pairing

FOREVER YOURS
Karelia Stetz-Waters, For Good (Out in Portland)

GLASS HOUSE PRESS
Tash McAdam, Maelstrom (The Psionics)

HEIDI LOWE BOOKS
Heidi Lowe, Sinning Again (Beautiful Sin Saga #2)

LADYLIT PUBLISHING
Harper Bliss, No Strings Attached (Pink Bean Book 1)

LETHE PRESS
Robert Hyers, Spinning the Record (a cast of queer youth)

LIVERIGHT
Nicole Dennis-Benn, Here Comes the Sun

PRIZM BOOKS
Shira Glassman, The Olive Conspiracy

REGAL CREST
Pat Cronin, Finding Gracie’s Glory
Jeanine Hoffman, Credit Worthy

RIPTIDE PUBLISHING
Delphine Dryden, Top to Bottom
Vanessa North, Roller Girl

SAPPHIRE PUBLISHING
Liz McMullen, Unspoken

SOLARWYRM PRESS
Dominica Malcolm, ed., Marked by Scorn: An Anthology Featuring Non-Traditional Relationships

SUPPOSED CRIMES
Geonn Cannon, Wilder Animals (Underdogs Book 5)

YLVA PUBLISHING
G Benson, Flinging It
Angela Brooks, The Club
Fletcher DeLancey, Vellmar the Blade (Chronicles of Alsea #5)
Catherine Lane, Heartwood

INDIES
D.L. Kramer, The Kamiri Born: Chronicles of Mehlis Book 2 (The Herridon Chronicles 9)
Martina McAtee, Dark Dreams and Dead Things
Kate Marie Robbins, Crazy for You (Give Me Something Book 1)

NONFICTION

CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
Gary Ferguson, Same-Sex Marriage in Renaissance Rome: Sexuality, Identity, and Community in Early Modern Europe

COUNCIL OAK BOOKS
Gwen Mazer (author) and Christine Alicino (photographer), Wise Talk, Wild Women: Growing into Age (paperback)

HONG KONG UNIVERSITY PRESS
Peter A. Jackson, First Queer Voices from Thailand: Uncle Go’s Advice Columns for Gays, Lesbians and Kathoeys (Queer Asia; revised and expanded edition)

HSRC PRESS
Sandra Cheldelin and Martha Mutisi, eds., Deconstructing Women, Peace and Security: A Critical Review of Approaches to Gender and Empowerment

KMW STUDIO
Susan Kravitz, ed. and photographer, Mascara, Mirth and Mayhem: Independence Day on Fire Island (photographs and text)

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Carlos A. Ball, Same-Sex Marriage and Children: A Tale of History, Social Science, and Law (reprint ed.)

SCRIBNER
Cat Cora, Cooking as Fast as I Can: A Chef’s Story of Family, Food, and Forgiveness (reprint ed.)

STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK PRESS
Amy L. Stone and Jaime Cantrell, eds., Out of the Closet, into the Archives: Researching Sexual Histories (Suny Series in Queer Politics and Cultures; reprint ed.)

TANGENT BOOKS
Lori Streich and Rosa Fanti, authors, Free to be Me: Celebrating 21 Years of Freedom Youth

TRANSCRIPT-VERLAG
Viola Amato, Intersex Narratives: Shifts in the Representation of Intersex Lives in North American Literature and Popular Culture (Queer Studies)

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESS
Jenni Sorkin, Live Form: Women, Ceramics, and Community

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS PRESS
Ruth Milkman, On Gender, Labor, and Inequality (Working Class in American History)

UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES PRESS
Garry Wotherspoon, Gay Sydney: A History (updated version of 1991 classic)

ZUBAAN BOOKS
A. Revathi and Nandini Murali, authors, A Life In Trans Activism

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