Welcome to The Library!

Pull up a chair and join us in a discussion about books, great writers, favorite lesbian love scenes and more! Remember Patience & Sara? Ruby Fruit Jungle? Ever been to the Southern Womyn’s Writer Conference? Anyone here from the LGBT book club? Write on!

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  1. This just in about local LGBT book clubs…
    Hi folks,

    Below is the reminder message for the Lambda Book Group which meets at Davis-Kidd Booksellers in the Green Hills Mall. The author phone-in meetings are always very interesting. Yes, we get to ask questions and the authors have been willing to discuss anything, even stuff not related to the book chosen for that meeting. Remember, you don’t have to read the book to attend the meeting!

    I also wanted to let you know that the February meeting of the newly formed OutLoud Women’s Book Group will be Tuesday, February 20, at 7:00pm, at the OutLoud Book Store on Church Street downtown. The discussion will focus on the book “The Night Watch” by Sarah Waters. Again, you don’t have to read the book to attend the meeting!

    Here’s a few author updates I found in the past month. Laurie R. King’s next book will not be out until 2008, will not be part of any series she’s done, and may be (she hopes) the beginning of a new series. Nevada Barr’s next Anna Pigeon mystery will be out in 2008 also. Val McDermid has a new book in stores now called “The Grave Tattoo” and it’s also not part of any of her series. Nicola Griffith’s next Aud Torvingen book should be available in May, 2007.

    I’m just finishing Dana Stabenow’s mystery series featuring Kate Shugak, so I’m beginning to look for my next reading adventure. If any of you have any suggestions, please let me know.

    Brenda B.

    The Lambda Book Group will next meet on Wednesday, February 21 at 7PM. This meeting will feature a rare author phone-in with gay literary icon Christopher Bram. The group will discuss his Lambda Award-winning book Lives of the Circus Animals.

    Bram offers ten days and nights in the lives of actors, writers, personal assistants, and a drama critic from the New York Times. This brilliant comedy offers readers a glimpse into this small-town world deep in the heart of the big city. Lives of the Circus Animals is a comedic and engaging novel that is also a satiric celebration of the quest for sanity in the face of two impostors: success and failure.

    Don’t miss this exciting meeting for the rare opportunity to discuss this book with the award-winning author of Gods & Monsters!

    Best,
    Pat

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