Popped collars and power suits: Why we love fictional female bosses by Lee Winter

Lee Winter, author of new office romance lesfic, The Brutal Truth, ponders power outfits, the women who wear them, and why lesbians fall for them. I’m having a renewed love affair with high-collar, white starched shirts and it’s all Jane Fonda’s fault. I’d been roped into watching Grace and Frankie, a Netflix comedy/drama about a… Read More Popped collars and power suits: Why we love fictional female bosses by Lee Winter

Call for submissions: Best Lesbian Erotica of the Year – Volume 3

This is a repeat call, but the deadline is closing in. Sacchi is a great editor to work with, so if you have a story that might work, you should totally send it her way! Best Lesbian Erotica of the Year Volume 3 (Best Lesbian Erotica 2019) Editor: Sacchi Green Publisher: Cleis Press Deadline: February… Read More Call for submissions: Best Lesbian Erotica of the Year – Volume 3

Introducing Serial Fiction by Tessa Gratton

Tremontaine is the critically acclaimed prequel to Ellen Kushner’s beloved Riverside novels, which developed a cult following beginning with Swordspoint in 1987. The “Fantasy of Manners” focuses on decadent world building and interpersonal intrigue, and has been noted for its progressive expression of gender and sexuality. Team-written by some of today’s most exciting authors, Tremontaine… Read More Introducing Serial Fiction by Tessa Gratton