... Lee Lynch has been proudly writing lesbian
stories since the 1960s when she was a frequent contributor to The Ladder, the only lesbian publication at the time. She went
on to publish over a dozen books which are listed below.
Lee's new novel, Beggar of Love, is now
available from Bold Strokes Books . A sweeping story of lesbian passion about Jefferson, an anchorless
innocent wandering through a world of women who can resist her no more than she can resist them. Every woman has known Jefferson--or
-- Is also available from Bold Strokes Books: A story of love, community and the changing tides of time in a town where lesbians
come in search of a paradise.
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Six rare editions available now via Bold Strokes Books!!
Bold Strokes Books
is proud to present six classic titles from noted author Lee Lynch. These are first editions in very good condition
(not previously sold, some shelf-wear or other signs of aging to be expected). Visit the BSB
Webstore <http://www.boldstrokesbooks.com/> and follow the link to Books, by Author, and Lee Lynch.
Annie Heaphy, cab-driving baby butch, lives a life of freedom in a shack on the Connecticut coast. Her dislike of "Yalies"
and all they represent extends to beautiful, self-possessed Victoria Locke ... until they fall in love. "Toothpick House"
is also the story of the burgeoning women's movement, and the changes it brought to traditional lesbian lives. $7.95
Syndicated columnist Lee Lynch covers the lesbian and gay scene from
coast to coast, from inside our bookstores and our bars, from campfire to coven to careers, into and out of love. COLLECTED
Greenwich Village ... Provincetown ... Travel with Frenchy Tonneau through these legendary
gay meccas during the sixties and seventies when lesbian life changed forever . $8.95
HOME IN YOUR HANDS
This is a many-faceted, all lesbian-themed collection, with
stories about first love in old age; the scene in a lesbian bar; young women in a new stage of physical intimacy; romance
and eroticism; lovers and friends. $7.95
THAT OLD STUDEBAKER
Andy Blaine searches
for the lover who has left her. Her odyssey will take her across the United States and a world of changes. $9.95
SLATE PRIVATE EYE
Popular novelist Lee Lynch brings us a delightful romp through the world of
hard-boiled detectives with her feline characters
Sue Slate and Tallulah
Lee's syndicated column, The Amazon Trail, has run in gay papers across the U.S. since 1986. E-mail email@example.com for syndication information.
Other books available by Lee Lynch:
Dusty's Queen of Hearts Diner
-- Book 1 of the Morton River Valley
Trilogy. Dusty and Elly's brainchild is the beating heart of Morton River Valley as well as the target of its bigotry. (Out of print, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Morton River Valley -- Book 2 of the Morton River Valley Trilogy.
Paris Collins turns heads and captures hearts as she gets involved with both an immigrant family and the descendent of an
Rafferty Street -- Book 3 of the Morton River Valley Trilogy -- Annie
Heaphy of Toothpick House moves to the Valley seeking love and home.
Cactus Love -- Short Stories with old and new heroines.
Off the Rag Edited with Akia Woods -- An anthology of personal writings
by lesbians about menopause.
The Butch Cook Book, Edited by Lee Lynch, Sue Hardesty and Nel Ward, can be ordered at: http://www.butchcookbook.com/
2010 The James
Duggins Mid-Career Author Award
2010 The Lesbian Fiction Readers' Choice Award
2009 The Golden Crown Literary Society Trailblazer Award
2007 Alice B. Reader's Medal
2006 Saints & Sinners Saints & Sinners Literary
Hall of Fame inductee.
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