Lee Lynch’s Journey with Lesbian Fiction
Les Do Books
In this episode of Les Do Books, Tara is joined by Lee Lynch, author of the classic lesbian book The Swashbuckler, and one of Tara’s recent favourites, Rainbow Gap. Lee talks about her journey of discovering lesbian literature as a teenager in the 1960s, how she started writing fiction, and the contemporary authors that have her excited.
Check out the books discussed:
- The Well of Loneliness by Radclyffe Hall
- Erika Frohmann series by Valerie Taylor
- Rice and Beans by Valerie Taylor
- Sex Variant Women in Literature by Jeannette Foster
- Desert of the Heart by Jane Rule
- Nightwood by Djuna Barnes
- Patience and Sarah by Isabelle Miller
- Toothpick House by Lee Lynch
- The Member of the Wedding by Carson McCullers
- My Antonia by Willa Cather
- Stick McLaughlin: The Prohibition Years by Cathy Frizzell
- Hoosier Daddy by Ann McMan and Salem West
Find Lee Lynch online
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