Links: Literature and Authors

Blithe House Quarterly: A Site for Gay Short Fiction
We publish lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered fiction not as a genre or ghetto, but as a literature that can stand by any other in its quality and innovation.
Gay and Lesbian Plays
The plays shown are an attempt to replicate and expand on the Theatre Section of, whose site has sadly closed, doollee is indebted to initial information from this site
Where Gay and Lesbian Comic Book Characters Live
While LGBTQ characters are becoming more and more prominent in comics, there aren’t many who are incredibly rich or have huge homes.
L’association Hétérographe, créée à Lausanne en septembre 2008, a pour but de susciter et de maintenir vivant l'intérêt pour la littérature, avec une attention particulière à la littérature lesbienne, gay, bisexuelle, trans, Queer et inter (LGBTQI). A cette fin, elle promeut la circulation des textes et des idées qui peuvent ouvrir et élargir le débat sur le rapport entre corps, littérature et identités sexuelles.
Chroma : A Queer Literary and Arts Journal.
Chroma publishes and promotes edgy, lyrical, and challenging prose, poetry and artwork by lesbian, gay, bi and trans writers and artists from around the world.
Cees van der Pluijm
o.a. columns Gay Krant en Sonsbeeksonnetten.
Informatie over boeken met een lesbisch verhaal, een lesbische hoofdpersoon of een lesbisch thema is niet altijd even makkelijk te vinden. wil daar verandering in brengen.
Gay on the range
An archive of gay paperback artwork from the 50's and 60's
Jill Johnston
he reputation of this rare primary source document [Marmalade Me, reissued] of the 1960s performance scene in New York has unquestionably grown since its original publication. It stands as a portrait of a pivotal decade in radical American art criticism and art.
Strange Sisters
An Archive of Lesbian Paperback Artwork from the 50's and 60's
Gay-Themed Picture Books for Children
Blog concerning picture books for children about the experience of knowing or having a gay parent, family member or friend
Rainbow Reading:Gay and Lesbian Characters and Themes in Children's Books
reviews of books: fiction, ages 5-12, young adult fiction and nonfiction
The Publishing Triangle
Founded in 1988, The Publishing Triangle works to create support and a sense of community for lesbian and gay people in the publishing industry