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Sometimes It Doesn’t Get Better

Jay Sennett was asked to speak at this year’s Transgender Day of Rememberance, sponsored and organized by University of Michigan’s Spectrum Center. Homofactus Press recently published Kicked Out, edited by Sassafras Lowrey. This anthology includes a powerful introduction by Judy Shepard. Kicked Out explores and redefines the what the expressions “kicked out” and “homeless” actually …

The Lezzys

The Lesbian Lifestyle will be hosting The Lezzys. What are those, you ask? Beginning in 2006 TLL began to award The TLL Lesbian Blog of the Year Award. This award was created to showcase the best of the best in lesbian blogging. In 2009 TLL added more categories and a new and improved nomination and …

Homofactus Press makes history again with _Kicked Out_ in 2010

Kicked Out has been mentioned as one of the best queer books of 2010! From the Kicked Out website of editor Sassafras Lowrey: The site Band of Thebes has with the help of 80 LGBT authors named their top queer books for the year 2010. I’m thrilled to announce that Kicked Out made that list, …

Congrats to contributors included in _Gotta Have It: 69 Stories of Sudden Sex_

Maria See, Jen Cross and Sinclair Sexsmith were included in Gotta Have It: 69 Stories of Sudden Sex, edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel. From The Lusty Lady: I’m working on events and other promotions for Gotta Have It, and yes, there will be postcards for the cat lovers! This is my biggest book yet, with …

Update on Femmethology contributor Katrina Fox

Femmethology contributor Katrina Fox is now editor-in-chief of The Scavenger, a monthly online magazine for alternative, progressive news, features and commentary. Sections include feminism and pop culture; media and technology; health; social justice; sex, gender and sexuality diversity; arts; plus books, DVDs and music. Katrina emphasizes that she is always on the lookout for contributors. …

Update on Femmethology Contributor Amy Andre

Since Femmethology‘s publication, Amy Andre became the Executive Director for San Francisco Pride. At the organization’s site, you can read Amy’s profile: Along with an MBA, focusing on nonprofit management, from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and a master’s degree in sexuality studies, focusing on LGBT community issues, from San Francisco State University, Amy …