“The Autobiography of Alice B Toklas” was published in 1933, an unpromising year for a biography of a lesbian partnership.
For those who don’t yet know what to get their significant other and might be light on ideas, money, or time.
She is that rare thing: a practical person who knows how to classify and organize (as a law librarian) and a creative person who writes wry, unsettling novels about queer characters who defy narrow labels.
Lee Lynch takes a poetic look back.
Twenty five years ago, when this book was written, there had once been a town in Western Massachusetts with a large and growing lesbian population.
Lesbian author Kiki Archer’s new novel, ” A Fairytale of Possibilities” is here.