Category: Literary Others Event

Book Covers in LGBT Fiction #TheLiteraryOthers

Please welcome author Adan Ramie, who is here today with a brilliant and fascinating discussion about book covers in LGBT fiction! Please enjoy, and read through to the end for a special giveaway!  Book Covers in LGBT Fiction By Adan Ramie Think about the… Continue Reading “Book Covers in LGBT Fiction #TheLiteraryOthers”

A Librarian Recommends #TheLiteraryOthers

Please welcome Laura Ashlee Graves from That Librarian Lady, who has provided a wonderful list of LGBT YA books that she recommends, as well as a giveaway following the post! Thank you, Ashlee! (I just added a bunch of books to my TBR Pile!)… Continue Reading “A Librarian Recommends #TheLiteraryOthers”

LGBT Books Then and Now #TheLiteraryOthers

Today, we are thrilled to welcome to the blog Rachel Davidson Leigh, author of the new YA novel, HOLD! Thank you, Rachel, for this interesting essay on LGBT literary history. Event participants: be sure to read through to the end for a special treat!… Continue Reading “LGBT Books Then and Now #TheLiteraryOthers”

Master Post: #TheLiteraryOthers LGBT Reading Event!

Welcome to the Master Post for The Literary Others Reading Event! This is a one-month event focused on all things LGBT, in honor of LGBT History Month (USA). Reading that will count for this event include any novels, short stories, essays, memoirs, biographies, poetry, plays, audiobooks, graphic… Continue Reading “Master Post: #TheLiteraryOthers LGBT Reading Event!”

The Literary Others: An LGBT Reading Event (Sign-Up Post)

 Welcome to the sign-up post for: The Literary Others: An LGBT Reading Event! I am excited to be bringing back THE LITERARY OTHERS reading event this October, for LGBT History Month.  What is LGBT? LGBT stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender. For the purposes of… Continue Reading “The Literary Others: An LGBT Reading Event (Sign-Up Post)”

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