What makes a good romance? A Reader’s Persective from Ann Etter

So I got to vacation in beautiful (mostly) sunny southern California last weekend. It was awesome. Part of the awesomeness was having a couple of conversations with friends- one with lesfic author Catherine Lane and her wife, and the other with my hosts- a sitcom writer/comedian and a visual artist. In both of these conversations… Read More What makes a good romance? A Reader’s Persective from Ann Etter

Starting the Obsession – A Reader’s Perspective with Kelly Aten

Starting the obsession: Fanfic, the gateway drug to lesfic? by Kelly Aten It doesn’t matter if you’re a gold star lesbian or a sensitive and insightful married father of two. No matter what flavor of person you are, if you love lesfic you got your start somewhere. Maybe you enjoyed your first taste perusing the… Read More Starting the Obsession – A Reader’s Perspective with Kelly Aten

Classic Tales: A Reader’s Perspective of the Story in the Story

When I graduated from college I went on a binge of trying to read all the classic works that I didn’t read in school but thought I should have. I made it through the Brõnte sisters, Charles Dickens, Faulkner, Cooper, and others but totally and completely stopped a chapter into Herman Melville’s Moby Dick. For… Read More Classic Tales: A Reader’s Perspective of the Story in the Story

Forever Young: A Reader’s Perspective on a New History by Erin Saluta

Forever young: A reader’s perspective on a new history by Erin Saluta Have you ever gotten in trouble for reading a book? I grew up reading books and some of my favorite childhood authors were Beverly Cleary, Walter Farley, E.B. White and Judy Blume. It was this last author, Judy Blume, who got me in… Read More Forever Young: A Reader’s Perspective on a New History by Erin Saluta