Women And Words: Lesbian Erotic Fairy Tales And Jove’s New Electric Toy

April 30, 2017

Women and Words 

22-28 April 2017 

Jove got herself a new electronic device that she’s totally in love with (but it’s not what you think!!!!). Also, lesbian erotic fairy tales is a thing. Oh, and both really like it when the young folks talk to the old(er) about their perceptions of queer culture and community and they think it’s such a good idea to share experiences and ideas. 

22 April: Author Anna Larner joined us to discuss her debut novel with Bold Strokes Books, Highland Fling. She also did a giveaway, because we are big into giveaways. 

Women and Words link HERE

Anna Larner’s website

ALSO, call for submissions, hashtagqueer.com. Keep them in mind for future reference, too. 

23 April: Author and editor Sacchi Green joined us to chat about her latest edited anthology through Cleis Press, Witches, Princesses, and Women and Arms: Erotic Lesbian Fairy Tales. And she did a giveaway! 

Women and Words link HERE 

Sacchi Green’s website 

24 April: Author and Women and Wordster Yvonne Heidt shared a bit of her creative process, and we think it’s super cool when authors do that. 

Women and Words link HERE 

Yvonne Heidt’s website 

25 April: Author, Women and Wordster and national lesbian treasure Lee Lynch did something really cool and posted an interview with a young woman in high school who is working on a project about being a gay activist in the 1960s. Give this one a read, friends, because the more community we build across generations, the better for all. 

Women and Words link HERE 

Lee Lynch’s website 

27 April: Author and Women and Wordster Renée Bess joined us to discuss language – a “pulsing, living, changing entity that adjusts itself to fit new environments.” 

Women and Words link HERE 

Renée Bess’ website 

28 April: Author and Women and Wordster Andi Marquette fangirled over a discontinued Marvel comic, Fearless Defenders. But she sure dug the 13 issues of a team of women superheroes with lots of WOC rep and some lesbian rep.  (special thanks to horror/bizarre author Gina Ranalli for telling me to read it), 

Women and Words link HERE 

Andi Marquette’s website 

And fangirl with Andi on Tumblr 

Also, Jove would like readers out there to know that if they’re interested in writing a blog from a reader’s perspective to please hit her up. We love it when readers share their thoughts on books they’re reading. 

And author and publisher Amanda Radley (who recently launched Heartsome Publishing) has a lesbian and bi women fiction questionnaire she’d like you to participate in, to get a sense of the lesbian and bi women’s fiction market. Results will be collated and made available to publishers and indie authors with a view to help improve the lesbian and bi fiction market for all. 

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Women And Words: Fine Art, Eyeball Replacements and 80s TV Trivia

April 23, 2017

Women and Words 

Podcast overview 16-21 April 2017  

Jove demonstrates her knowledge of fine art while Andi wonders when medical science will be able to replace eyeballs like in that movie Minority Report with Tom Cruise. Andi also wonders if there’s a trivia game show out there that specializes in 1970s and 80s TV because R.G. Emanuelle would for sure win.  

16 April: Author Lise Gold joined us to discuss her novel Lily’s Fire and the concept of “wonderment.” And Jove wanted me to include the link to Picasso’s “Blue Nude,” which you will totally understand why when you listen to the podcast. LOL  

Women and Words link HERE 

Lise Gold’s website 

 

17 April: Author and Women and Wordster Stevie Carroll joined us with another chat about her exploits across the pond. This time, she attended a seminar about automobile history and heard a great talk about women, cars, and social history. For those not in the know, Stevie owns and drives a vintage Porsche…  

Women and Words link HERE 

Stevie Carroll’s LiveJournal 

 

18 April: Author and Women and Wordster Ashley Bartlett has a fascination with the number 6, and her blog will demonstrate why.  

Women and Words link HERE 

Find Ashley Bartlett HERE 

 

19 April: Author and Women and Wordster Jove Belle is up to stuff! She checked in to let us know what. 

Women and Words link HERE 

Jove Belle’s website 

 

20 April: Author and Women and Wordster R.G. Emanuelle would like to have a little downtime to watch some of the cool TV shows she hears the rest of us yammering on about. Fun fact about R.G.: she’s a walking encyclopedia of TV trivia for shows in the 70s and 80s. She’d probably do okay with shows in the 60s and 90s, too. And she’s seen probably every B-horror movie out there.  

Women and Words link HERE 

R.G. Emanuelle’s website 

 

21 April: Fangirl Friday with Women and Wordster and author Andi Marquette. This week, she is all about SyFy’s Dark Matter.  

Women and Words link HERE 

Andi Marquette’s website 

Andi fangirls on Tumblr 

 

Don’t forget! The GCLS is coming up! Go check out the website to see what it’s all about and get conference details as well as the lists of finalists for the Goldie awards. 

And check the Women and Words calls for submissions page to see if there’s anything coming up to get in on! One deadline coming up the end of this month is an LGBTQ creative anthology over at hashtagqueer.com

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Women And Words: Andi’s Status As Fashion Icon + Hairdressers Are Dangerous

April 16, 2017

Women and Words

Podcast overview 9-14 April 2017

 

Jove is appreciative of Andi’s T-shirt, which is a shout-out to the WayHaught ship from Wynonna Earp (thank you, Fangirl Shirts!), which doesn’t make Andi a fashion icon (yet), but dammit, she’s still trying in her own special way. Andi also thinks that hair stylists have the best stories (and you probably shouldn’t piss them off because scissors and, in TL Hart’s case, knives).

9 April: Author Shae Connor joined us to chat about her novella Graphite and Glitter. Includes an excerpt!

Women and Words link HERE

Shae Connor’s website

 

10 April: Author and Women and Wordster Jessie Chandler interviewed Lammy nominee, author TL Hart and we concur with Jessie about the awesome that is TL. PLUS! GIVEAWAY of TL’s ebook!

Women and Words link HERE

TL Hart info HERE

Jessie Chandler’s website

 

11 April: Life coach/writer’s coach and Women and Wordster Angela Grace joined us to encourage creatives to write their stories/truths to help them process the scary change in our political ecosystem. So write one about the emotions you’re feeling in the wake of what’s happened. Send them to her by May 1 at LivBold AT aol DOT com. Please put the name “Jove” in subject line to weed out spam.

Women and Words link HERE

12 April: Authors and Women and Wordsters Jove Belle and Andi Marquette announce that they and four other awesome women have launched Dirt Road Books publishing collective. WOO!

Women and Words link HERE

 

13 April: Author and Women and Wordster Fiona Zedde reveals her fangirl side and talks action movies and superheroes and lets us know that she’s working on a superhero novella.

Women and Words link HERE

Fiona Zedde’s website

 

14 April: Fangirl Friday with author and Women and Wordster Andi Marquette who confesses that launching DRB last week made things crazy and she didn’t get time to fangirl as much as she usually does, dang it, but she listed 10 things she would like to fangirl in the future and please, if any of you out there would like to do a Fangirl Friday at Women and Words, let Andi know. Drop her a line at Women and Words.

Women and Words link HERE

Also, Women and Words updated their Hot off the Press and Coming Attractions lists! GO SEE.

 

And don’t forget, the Golden Crown Literary Society conference is coming up in July. That’s the lesfic organization you should check out. Also the Rainbow Awards are open for submissions. You’ve got some time to submit your materials.

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Women And Words: Swearing, Politics and Literature

March 26, 2017

Women and Words

overview 18-24 March 2017

Andi and Jove confess that they swear while fangirling over KD Williamson. They then realize that they really need to take a course on British political parties. (Which may or may not include swearing, depending on how well they do on the exams.)

 

18 Mar.: Author KD Williamson joined us to talk a bit about “happily ever after” and her forthcoming release, Between the Lines.

Women and Words link HERE

KD Williamson’s website

 

20 Mar.: Author and Women and Wordster Stevie Carroll went to York for a conference of the Liberal Democratic party in the UK and provides a bit of an overview.

Women and Words link HERE

Stevie Carroll’s LiveJournal

 

21 Mar.: Author and Women and Wordster Ashley Bartlett addresses identity and her young students, and the term “butch.”

Women and Words link HERE

More about Ashley HERE

 

23 Mar.: Author and Women and Wordster Renée Bess reminds us of the work and words of James Baldwin, and considers some of the things he might do and say in the current political climate, and what he would warn us about.

Women and Words link HERE

Renée Bess’ website

 

24 Mar.: Author and Women and Wordster Andi Marquette discusses the movie RED in Fangirl Friday. This movie includes: Two words: Helen Mirren. Three more: As an assassin.

Women and Words link HERE

Andi Marquette’s website

On Tumblr

 

And thanks to author and Women and Wordster Jessie Chandler for filling in last week on the Women and Words podcast!

 

Don't forget to come and chat to us on our Facebook Group - The Lesbian Talk Show chat group

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Badass Women Save Themselves: Top 5 Real Life Badass Women

March 15, 2017

Badass Women Save Themselves 

Top 5 Real Life Badass Women

This episode Jove Belle and Blythe Rippon chat about Top 5 Real Life Badass Women.

 
You can find the Badass Women Save Themselves website here

 

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Women And Words: Adulting Is Difficult

March 12, 2017

Women and Words

Overview 5-10 March 2017

 

Andi and Jove are of the opinion that adulting can be difficult. They are also passionate about supporting writers and artists, and think fandoms rock. Plus, they wonder if maybe Fiona Zedde will ever take them with her on her travels. 

 

5 Mar.: Author Heather McVea self publishes her work, and she broke down the costs that go into creating a book (not counting the countless hours that go into writing one). Some may find this eye-opening. 

Women and Words link HERE 

Heather McVea’s website 

 

6 Mar.: Author and Women and Wordster Lynette Mae on privilege and “tolerance” and how it’s used. 

Women and Words link HERE 

You can also find Lynette Mae’s writings on Huffington Post. Just do a search on her name. 

 

7 Mar.: Author and Women and Wordster D Jordan Redhawk did an amazing breakdown of how she choreographs a fight scene, this one involving space opera battles. 

Women and Words link HERE 

D Jordan Redhawk’s website 

 

9 Mar.: Author and Women and Wordster Fiona Zedde has photos and a bit of info about her current travels around Africa. And she’s also managing to write! 

Women and Words link HERE 

Fiona Zedde’s website 

 

10 Mar.: Author and Women and Wordster Andi Marquette did a long-ass post on some of the amazing she saw and experienced at ClexaCon

Women and Words link HERE 

Andi Marquette’s website 

Andi’s fangirl Tumblr 

 

Also, Women and Words updated its New Releases and Coming Attractions lists

 

And Sacchi Green’s call for submissions for best lesbian erotica anthology (Cleis) is still going, through 20 Mar. 

 

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Les Talk About It: You Are Too Pretty To Be A Lesbian????

February 27, 2017

Les Talk About It 

You Are Too Pretty To Be A Lesbian???

In this episode of Les Talk About it Sheena and Tamara are discussing the misconception that pretty women cannot be lesbian. 

MORE INFO 

Sheena is the founder of The Lesbian Talk Show podcast channel and The Lesbian Review. Tamara is super smart and loves researching and together this married couple are known to get slightly off topic and laugh a lot.

Send your questions and comments to Podcast@TheLesbianTalkShow.com or visit www.TheLesbianTalkShow.com for more info about this and other lesbian podcasts.

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Women And Words: Weekly Roundup 18-24 Feb & The Medieval Pass

February 26, 2017

Women and Words 

Overview, 18-24 Feb. 2017 

Andi and Jove attempt to figure out what exactly a “Medieval Pass” is before they wax serious with regard to Ashley Bartlett’s blog and then Renée Bess’ blog. They’re glad that Women and Words is the kind of space contributors feel comfortable expressing thoughts on the topics both Ashley and Renée addressed this week. And then they got crazy again and rave about the movie Mad Max: Fury Road because nothing says date night like post-apocalyptic car chases across a vast wasteland. Especially with Charlize Theron driving. CHARLIZE THERON, people. She can drive us anywhere she wants! 

 

18 Feb.:  A call for submissions posted, from Sapphire Books. 

 

Women and Words link HERE 

 

20 Feb.: Author and Women and Wordster Stevie Caroll joined us for another cool history jaunt in the UK. 

 

Women and Words link HERE 

Stevie Carroll’s LiveJournal 

 

21 Feb.: Author and Women and Wordster Ashley Bartlett wrote on the violence that LGBTQ people face on a day-to-day basis and will we speak out? 

 

Women and Words link HERE 

Ashley Bartlett info 

 

23 Feb.: Author and Women and Wordster Renée Bess wrote a moving piece on dealing (trying to deal) with her mother’s recent death, and how she’s trying to navigate the changed circumstances in her own life. 

 

Women and Words link HERE 

Renée Bess’ website 

 

24 Feb.: Author and Women and Wordster Andi Marquette does a fangirl Friday on the movie Fury Road

 

Women and Words link HERE 

Andi Marquette’s website 

Find Andi fangirling on Tumblr, too 

 

Jove brought up the LGBT+ readers’ n’ writers’ event held in Seattle every fall. It used to be Gay Romance Northwest Meetup and it has changed its name to Read with Pride Northwest. We’ll have more info as it becomes available. Also, ClexaCon is NEXT FREAKING WEEKEND and Andi is so excited she can BARELY STAND IT. 

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Women And Words: It’s Totally Neato Bandito

February 19, 2017

Women And Words 

Overview 12 - 17 Feb 2017 

Jove and Andi chatted about Jove’s reading in Portland at Literary Lesbian Love and then checked out Lise MacTague’s Etsy site, where she sells cool guns she makes that would be perfect for cosplaying. Andi is currently fascinated with steampunk wardrobes…also, Jove’s summer road trip this year will include a lot of Minnesota, so if you’re there, send her tips on things to see and do. 

 

12 Feb.: Author Lise MacTague did a Q&A with us regarding her work, writing process, and latest projects. 

 

Women and Words link HERE 

Lise MacTague’s website 

Lise MacTague’s etsy site, The Weapons Workbench 

 

13 Feb.: Author and Women and Wordster Jessie Chandler posted about the event she and several other authors (including Lori Lake, Jove Belle, and Jeanine Hoffman) did in Portland, Literary Lesbian Love. 

 

Women and Words link HERE 

Jessie Chandler’s website 

 

14 Feb.: Lifecoach, psychologist, and Women and Wordster Angela Grace has some tips for coping with the fuckery that abounds in this country as a result of the elections. 

 

Women and Words link HERE 

 

16 Feb.:  Author and Women and Wordster R.G. Emanuelle notes the seemingly endless trends in social media and asks what works for people in that regard. 

 

Women and Words link HERE 

R.G. Emanuelle’s website 

 

17 Feb.: Author and Women and Wordster Andi Marquette posted an audiobook giveaway for bestselling steampunk author Gail Carriger. The giveaway ends Tuesday, so you have time! 

 

Women and Words link HERE 

Andi Marquette’s website 

Andi’s fangirling at Tumblr 

 

Also! The reminder posted that the lists for hot of the press and coming attractions (Feb. and Mar.) are available

 

Plus! ClexaCon launches in two weeks! March 3-5 in Las Vegas! 

 

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Badass Women Save Themselves: Top 5 TV Villains

February 15, 2017

Badass Women Save Themselves

Top 5 TV Villains

This episode Jove Belle and Blythe Rippon each give their 5 top villians on Televison .

 

You can find the Badass Women Save Themselves website here

 

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Les Talk About It: All Lesbians Are Vegetarians?

February 13, 2017

Les Talk About It 

All Lesbians Are Vegetarians? 

There is a common perception that all lesbians are vegetarians. In this episode Tamara and Sheena discuss why this is such a common perception and whether or not it’s true. 

Sheena also talks about her own experience of being a vegetarian for eight years. 

Check out the podcast we did on All Lesbians Loving Oral Sex

MORE INFO

Sheena is the founder of The Lesbian Talk Show podcast channel and The Lesbian Review. Tamara is super smart and loves researching and together this married couple are known to get slightly off topic and laugh a lot.

 

Send your questions and comments to Podcast@TheLesbianTalkShow.com or visit www.TheLesbianTalkShow.com for more info about this and other lesbian podcasts.

 

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Women And Words: Astronomical Events And Collecting People

February 12, 2017

Women and Words 

Overview 5-10 February 2017 

Andi and Jove ponder astronomical events (moons, eclipses, and comets, y’all!) then fangirl over practically everybody on the blog because that’s how they roll. Also, they wonder how Fiona Zedde manages to collect all these people in the photos she posts (is there a sign-up sheet? Because they’re in). 

5 Feb.: Author and this year’s special speaker at GCLS Penny Mickelbury joined us and chatted a bit about her latest projects, and reminds us to go forward, each in our own best way. 

 

Women and Words link HERE 

Penny Mickelbury’s website 

 

6 Feb.: Author and Women and Wordster Lynette Mae on digging deep and not backing down. 

 

Women and Words link HERE 

Find some Lynette Mae here 

 

7 Feb.: Author and Women and Wordster D Jordan Redhawk on her plans for 2017 and some of the other things she’s got on her plate and on her mind. Plus, a reminder to help each other. 

 

Women and Words link HERE 

D Jordan Redhawk’s website 

 

8 Feb.: Author and Women and Wordster Jove Belle with a reminder that she’s doing a reading and author stuff at an event in Portland on the 11th, the Literary Lesbian Love event, a “somewhat romantic book fair.” 

 

Women and Words link HERE 

Jove Belle’s website 

 

9 Feb.: Author and Women and Wordster Fiona Zedde posted from South Africa, as she is off on another of her walkabouts. Thanks, Fiona! 

 

Women and Words link HERE 

Fiona Zedde’s website 

 

10 Feb.: Author and Women and Wordster Andi Marquette did a Fangirl Friday on the movie Haywire, starring Gina Carano, a mixed martial arts ass-kicker. 

 

Women and Words link HERE 

Andi Marquette’s website 

And find Andi fangirling on Tumblr 

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Les Talk About It: All Lesbians Play Softball???

February 6, 2017

Les Talk About It

All Lesbians Play Softball?

In this episode of Les Talk About it Sheena and Tamara are discussing the myth that all lesbians play softball or that only lesbians play softball. They chat about how this perception came into being and what the history is behind it.

 

MORE INFO

 

Sheena is the founder of The Lesbian Talk Show podcast channel and The Lesbian Review. Tamara is super smart and loves researching and together this married couple are known to get slightly off topic and laugh a lot.

Send your questions and comments to Podcast@TheLesbianTalkShow.com or visit www.TheLesbianTalkShow.com for more info about this and other lesbian podcasts.

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Women And Words: What Flavor Of Story Jam Is Best?

February 5, 2017

Women and Words 

Podcast Overview 29 Jan.-3 Feb. 2017 

 

Jove and Andi notice that politics seems to be a recurring theme on the site lately, but they feel that whatever people need to do to tap into their creative spirits is probably good. Also, they would like to know what flavor of story jam is the best. 

 

29 Jan.: Author Rae Theodore joined us to talk about what it means to “be political” and that more now than ever, the world needs honest art. Plus, she did a giveaway. 

Women and Words link HERE 

Rae Theodore’s website 

 

30 Jan.: Author and Women and Wordster Yvonne Heidt is still trying to figure out how to move past the funk she’s in following the election cray, and she offers a vent space for people in the comments. 

Women and Words link HERE 

Yvonne Heidt’s website 

 

1 Feb.: Author and Women and Wordster Carsen Taite notes that even in the political chaos, it’s important to keep writing and expressing. So she has started work on her next book. 

Women and Words link HERE 

Carsen Taite’s website 

 

2 Feb.: Author and Women and Wordster R.G. Emanuelle is also struggling with creative productivity, and notes that we are now in the Chinese year of the rooster. She intends to push forward with her goals. 

Women and Words link HERE 

R.G. Emanuelle’s website 

 

3 Feb.: Author and Women and Wordster Andi Marquette gets enthused about the series Orphan Black

Women and Words link HERE 

Andi Marquette’s website 

 

Jove will be attending the Literary Lesbian Love event in Portland 11 Feb. and doing a reading. Andi will be at ClexaCon 3-5 March in Las Vegas. Jove notes that Seattle’s ComicCon (Emerald City ComicCon) is also 3-5 March. 

Also—don’t forget to check out Women and Words’ calls for submissions! Currently, editor extraordinaire Sacchi Green has a call out for erotica F/F short stories, 2000-4000 words. Cleis Press is doing this one, and it’s $100 if your story gets in. 

And Jove recommends you watch these: 

Carrie Fisher, Wishful Drinking 

Cristela Alonzo, Lower Classy 

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Badass Women Save Themselves: 5 Reasons To Watch Emerald City And 1 Reason Not To

February 1, 2017

Badass Women Save Themselves

 

5 Reasons To Watch Emerald City And 1 Reason Not To

This episode Jove Belle and Blythe Rippon chat about Emerald City.

What it's about

When a tornado transports Dorothy Gale from Lucas, Kan., to the faraway land of Oz, her arrival sets in motion a prophecy about a disastrous event known as The Beast Forever and strikes fear into the land's almighty ruler, the Wizard. On her quest to meet the Wizard in Emerald City, Dorothy encounters witches, an amnesiac soldier, a sheltered little boy and many more mysterious beings who will ultimately shape the future of Oz and Dorothy's place in it.

You can find the Badass Women Save Themselves website here

 

 

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Les Talk About It: Lesbians Hate Pink

January 30, 2017

Les Talk About It

Lesbians Hate Pink

 

In this episode of Les Talk About it Sheena and Tamara are discussing The myth that All Lesbians Hate Pink. They ask:

  • Do all lesbians relaly hate pink?
  • Why is this a popular theory?
  • What does pink represent?
  • And why is Pink (the singer) totally awesome.

 

MORE INFO

Sheena is the founder of The Lesbian Talk Show podcast channel and The Lesbian Review. Tamara is super smart and loves researching and together this married couple are known to get slightly off topic and laugh a lot.

 

Send your questions and comments to Podcast@TheLesbianTalkShow.com or visit www.TheLesbianTalkShow.com for more info about this and other lesbian podcasts.

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Women And Words: The Struggle Is Real & The Muse Is Still Missing

January 29, 2017

Women and Words

Podcast Overview 21-27 January 2017

Andi is getting over a cold, and she’s pretty sure it’s affecting her voice and of course her brain. The struggle is real, people. But she did manage to find cough drops with inspirational quotes and everybody should have some of those. And Jove still wants her damn muse to come back. So if you’ve seen her, tell her it would be cool if she’d head on back. She’s got some work to do.

21 Jan.: Lesbian Review guru Sheena did a Reader’s Perspective to talk about “social reading” and how the Internet has allowed  communities to come together and discuss books that matter to them, like lesfic!

 

Women and Words link HERE

Find Sheena at the Lesbian Talk Show website

 

22 Jan.: Author Alison R. Solomon blogged about her latest release, Devoted, through Sapphire Books. She also did a giveaway.

 

Women and Words link HERE

Alison Solomon’s website

 

23 Jan.: Author and Women and Wordster Yvonne Heidt brought some thoughts about the past election in the U.S. and how she was affected.

 

Women and Words link HERE

Yvonne Heidt’s website

 

24 Jan.: Author and Women and Wordster Lee Lynch on what reading can mean from childhood on.

 

Women and Words link HERE

Lee Lynch’s website

 

26 Jan.: Author and Women and Wordster Renée Bess on the links between writing and learning in ways you might not have expected.

 

Women and Words link HERE

Renée Bess’ website

 

ALSO 26 Jan.: Author and Women and Wordster R.G. Emanuelle attended the Women’s March in Washington D.C. and provided a few thoughts.

 

Women and Words link HERE

R.G. Emanuelle’s website

 

27 Jan.: Author and Women and Wordster Andi Marquette did a Fangirl Friday with a hodgepodge of what she’s paying attention to in TV and various fandoms. Jove chimed in with some fangirling over Emerald City.

 

Women and Words link HERE

Andi Marquette’s website

 

Reminders: Early registration deadline for the GCLS conference in Chicago is 31 January. Also, Jove has an event coming up 11 February in Portland: Literary Lesbian Love. AND Andi would like to remind people that OMG ClexaCon is coming up. 3-5 March, in Las Vegas.

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Les Talk About It: How To Meet A Lesbian

January 23, 2017

Les Talk About It 

How To Meet A Lesbian

 

In this episode of Les Talk About it Sheena and Tamara are discussing how to meet a lesbian. They chat about good places to meet lesbians. It's a quick guide to finding a lesbian partner.

MORE INFO

Sheena is the founder of The Lesbian Talk Show podcast channel and The Lesbian Review. Tamara is super smart and loves researching and together this married couple are known to get slightly off topic and laugh a lot.

 

Send your questions and comments to Podcast@TheLesbianTalkShow.com or visit www.TheLesbianTalkShow.com for more info about this and other lesbian podcasts.

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Women And Words: WTF, muse? Get back to Oregon!

January 22, 2017

Women and Words 

Podcast Overview 14-20 January, 2017 

Andi and Jove are a bit pensive today because of events here in the U.S. and dammit, they’re in a bit of a funk about it, but reclaim/claim your creativity! Speaking of, Jove wants her voice/muse to come back so Andi will pass that message along to said muse. WTF, muse? Get back to Oregon! 

14 Jan.: Reader Ann Etter joined us with a reader’s perspective to talk about what makes a good romance novel. 

Women and Words link HERE 

 

15 Jan.: Author Lucy J. Madison joined us to talk a bit about her work and forthcoming second novel through Sapphire Publishing, In the Direction of the Sun

Women and Words link HERE 

Ludy J. Madison’s website 

 

16 Jan.: Author and Women and Wordster Stevie Carroll joined us with another history blog about trains (the Manchester line!). 

Women and Words link HERE 

Stevie’s LiveJournal 

 

17 Jan.: Author and Women and Wordster Ashley Bartlett joined us to discuss reclaiming language. 

Women and Words link HERE 

Ashley Bartlett’s website 

 

18 Jan.: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS! Jove Belle posted a call for submissions for Best Lesbian Erotica. The contact is Sacchi Green, who will be editing this anthology. 

Women and Words link HERE 

 

19 Jan.: Author and Women and Wordster R.G. Emanuelle on the creative process and finding stories everywhere. 

Women and Words link HERE 

R.G. Emanuelle’s website 

 

20 Jan.: HOT OFF THE PRESS AND COMING ATTRACTIONS reminder blog post. 

Women and Words link  HERE 

 

ALSO! Author and Women and Wordster Andi Marquette did a fanfic Friday on the movie National Treasure, but she also did some philosophizing on the nature of being American and the notion of “liberty.” 

Women and Words link HERE 

Andi Marquette’s website 

 

REMINDER! GCLS early bird registrations are due 31 January! Go see. And Jove will be doing an event in February: Literary Lesbian Love. Here are the deets

 

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Les Talk About It: Do All Lesbians Love SUVs?

January 16, 2017

Les Talk About It 

Do All Lesbians Love SUVs?

 

In this episode of Les Talk About it Sheena and Tamara are discussing the steriotype that all lesbians love SUVs. They look at where the steriotype comes from. They also discuss why lesbians do love SUVs.

MORE INFO 

Sheena is the founder of The Lesbian Talk Show podcast channel and The Lesbian Review. Tamara is super smart and loves researching and together this married couple are known to get slightly off topic and laugh a lot.

 

Send your questions and comments to Podcast@TheLesbianTalkShow.com or visit www.TheLesbianTalkShow.com for more info about this and other lesbian podcasts.

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