BY SARAH TEREZ ROSENBLUM
For over a decade, novelist Carol Anshaw has been quietly yet steadily winning over readers both lesbian and straight. Perennially celebrated in literary circles, Anshaw caught the mainstream’s attention in 2012, earning a place on the “New York Times” Bestseller list with “Carry The One,” an astute exploration of the ramifications of a tragedy on a group of siblings. AfterEllen spoke with Anshaw about what it means to be a “lesbian writer,” her favorite scene in “The L Word,” and why writing is like falling off of a building.
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