Eadie T. Pratt sets out on a road trip in search of a new life and ends up in the middle of somewhere she never expected.
Start with one independent, urban lesbian who cashes out her life in San Francisco for a secondhand travel trailer and sets off to the Michigan Womyn's Music Festival in search of a new life. Add to this a broken-down '66 T-bird, a bunch of small-town Texas Baptists, a ton of fried food, and a church scandal. Pepper with a hot love interest and a dash of greed, and what you get is Eadie T. Pratt's road trip gone awry.
Who is the woman behind the little pink book?
When I first get the acceptance letter from the publisher about the book I will write, I will walk inside my apartment and call my parents, who will be as dumbstruck as me...My parents won't say anything at all. So I will hang up the phone, turn off the ringer, and cry. I mean pour-my-eyes-out cry...I will suddenly be terrified. I will feel the blood rush in my veins, the way I do during a horror show, which is precisely why I won't go see horror shows. I will think that I made a terrible mistake.
Join this irrepressible heroine as she frolics, frets, and navigates through the what-ifs of her life: all the unexpected turns of fortune, fame, and karma. Real or imagined, she is the literary Walter Mitty of the lesbian world. Love, fame, and fortune all line up to do cartwheels in this rollicking satire. Laugh along with this everywoman and discover that her life may not be so different from your own. Pink reveals the truths of the lives we all want and deserve to live.
By KI Thompson
A sweeping saga of an impassioned romance set amidst the upheaval of a nation under siege and a way of life threatened with destruction.
The American Civil War creates enemies of lifelong friends and allies of strangers, but no relationship is more unlikely than that of a passionate Northern Unionist and a loyal Virginia sympathizer. Actress and Northerner Jordan Colfax is hired by Allan Pinkerton to spy on behalf of the Union. When she meets Confederate sympathizer, Laura St. Clair, whose father is military aide to Jefferson Davis, the perfect opportunity presents itself. But when the truth about Jordan's real intentions is discovered, their growing love is put to the ultimate test - the result of which could mean the difference between life and death. Can a Southern belle and a Yankee spy overcome their differences or will divided loyalties keep them apart?
From Tidewater Virginia to Washington, D.C., passion and betrayal converge in Civil War Richmond.
By Susan Smith
Life would be much easier for Rosalind Olchawski if she didn't have to wake up the morning after the fairy tale.
Falling abruptly in love with a much younger drag king, awakening to the passionate madness of life, and breaking barriers, internal and external, are all wonderful things. But the past has a way of lingering and erupting into the present with devastating force, and sometimes love doesn't come with the white picket fence of our dreams. Rosalind's former husband arrives unexpectedly in Buffalo, turning Rosalind's brand new life with her lover Taryn on its head. Paul doesn't know Rosalind has fallen in love with a young woman and moved on with her life, and he wants her back. Will Paul's intrusion destroy him, or the burning new life Rosalind has built?
Sequel to Of Drag Kings and the Wheel of Fate.
By Susan Smith
One night on a blind date at a drag club in downtown Buffalo, Rosalind is mesmerized by the performance of the drag king Taryn. Can a grown woman go mad over a girl who looks like a boy? One night of adventure threatens to tear down everything Rosalind has come to believe about herself.
Of Drag Kings & the Wheel of Fate is a novel about history, sex, drag, paganism, death, and the formation of family. Using an ancient myth reset in the queer community in Buffalo, New York, Smith explores gender fluidity, sexual diversity, and the deeper questions of love and identity that make us who we are.
By Lee Lynch
Sweet Creek is a story of love, community, and the changing tides of time set in a town where trannies, lesbian cops, aging gay hippies, womyn's landers, and rural couples come in search of a lesbian paradise. Two leftover lesbian hippies, now in their 50s, Donny and Chick run the vegetarian Natural Woman Foods store. In Donny, a black lesbian, and Chick, her lover, Lee Lynch continues to depict the struggles of working class butch lesbians and femmes.
Author Lee Lynch tackles broad themes that affect us all: love, death, gender, and aging in a novel rich with love, friendship, passion, and romance.
In turn of the century San Francisco, two young women fight for love in a world where women are often invisible and passion is the privilege of the powerful.
Kerry O'Shea always handled what life threw at her. Growing up on San Francisco's Barbary Coast, schooled in the streets by her con-man father, she fights to make a place for herself as a cook in the Palace Hotel. Escaping her roots made her plenty tough, but when she meets Beth Hammond, none of her street smarts matters. It's love at first sight, but how can such a love ever be possible?
Beth Hammond is every bit as strong as Kerry and proves it when she talks her domineering father into allowing her to study nursing. Drawn to Kerry in ways she doesn't understand, Beth fears the terrible secret she hides could destroy their relationship before it can even begin.
By Lee Lynch
A Classic Title - Original Naiad Press Edition. Good condition.