About

Val & Emily

AVALON FARMS is located in middle Tennessee and has been owned by Emily & Val since 1998. The horse boarding faciities include covered riding arena, training pen, jump field, cross tie & wash area, 5 stall barn & hay barn and miles of riding trails on the 280 acre property. Future plans include homesites and vacation sites for lesbians and/or lesbian friendly folks. More info about the farm can be found at http://www.avalonfarmcast.com

AVALON FARMCAST is a weekly audio podcast produced by Val (Reynolds Productions) that features Nashville area lesbians and news/talk/interviews. Independent music is from local musicians and independent artists found on the podsafe music network. Remote podcasts include interviews from MichFest ’07 and Provincetown Women’s Week ’07.

Val’s grammy nominated CD GOODWOMAN BLUES is availible online at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/valerier ,itunes, http://www.amazon.com or locally at OUTLOUD books, Church St. Nashville http://www.outloudonline.com

AVALON FARMBLOG is a forum for Middle Tennessee lesbians & all Progressive Womyn to network with each other and others throughout the world wide web.

Contact:
Avalonfarms@hughes.net

Origin of the name “Avalon”
Featured in the novel THE MISTS OF AVALON” The Mists of Avalon is a 1979 novel by Marion Zimmer Bradley, in which she relates the Arthurian legends from the perspective of the female characters.-wikapedia
A mythical Island of women many of whom held the power to heal.

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7 responses to “About

  1. Nona Caspers

    Dear Jim,

    I am the lesbian author of a new book of stories Heavier than Air (Univ. of
    Massachusetts Press).  The book won the Grace Paley Prize in Short Fiction from
    the AWP and was selected for Editor’s Choice at NYTBR.  (see Amazon.com for a
    few reviews that don’t mention the below)

    I’d love for the book to reach the LGBT audience.  Girls fall for girls in the
    Midwest and mothers visit their lesbian daughters in San Francisco.

    Sincerely,
    Nona Caspers

  2. Do you want to take part in a BBC radio programme with Armistead Maupin? Please email us with questions for Armistead about Tales of the City. They can be on plot, characters, themes, writing style or really anything you wanted to know about the book.
    Email: worldbookclub@bbc.co.uk as soon as possible and include your name, where you come from and telephone number if you want to be recorded asking your question to Armistead.

  3. I just tried to subscribe to your podcast through itunes and a popup window informed me that it’s not available through the us store. What’s up with that?

    Thank you for the important work you are doing to raise awareness about what is happening to our country.

  4. Anne Viinyard

    Hello,

    I really enjoy your site. What a find!!!
    I am wondering if you can help me out? I live on the Canadian border with Ontario/NY state, not far from Ottawa. I am looking for a site to connect with other lesbians who ride that is closer to the northeast than TN. I own a horse farm. I raise Connemara/TB crosses and am an event rider and a trail rider. The area here is very rural and little glbt culture is lacking.

    Thanks for any helpful suggestions you all can come up with.

    anne

  5. I am int’d in purchasing tix for glaad awards in s.f.,cal in may…can u help me? could not find site for that here..thanx!

  6. int’d in buying tix for glaad awards in s.f., cal in may…could not find site to do this..

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