Take Note! Members of the Golden Crown Literary Society can now vote for the Ann Bannon Award. Canadian authors Benny Lawrence (author of Shell Game) and Anne Azel (author of Tides) are up for the award.
Author Rebecca Swartz (author of Everything Pales in Comparison) was a guest on the Liz McMullen Show.
Short story author Ivan Coyote lists all her news at her website. Head on over to see what Ivan is up to.
Looking for something totally different? Diane Obomsawin is a cartoonist and animator living in Montreal. Her new book, On Loving Women, is illustrated with her own unique cartoons that relate stories shared with her by other women about coming out, sexual identity and first loves. If you’re in the Montreal area, don’t miss her presentation and book signing on February 20th at 211 Bernard Ouest, Montreal, Quebec, H2T2K5. Details here.
Going to be in Vancouver on Valentine’s Day? Here’s an evening you don’t want to miss. Plenitude Magazine and Pride UBC are sponsoring and evening with some great authors, including Amber Dawn, Leah Horlick, Lydia Kwa, Emilia Neilsen, and Andrea Routley. Friday, February 14th at the Café deux Soleils, 2096 Commercial Drive. Doors open at 8:30 pm and there is a $10 entrance fee.
Before we go, a reminder to Canadian authors that they can submit their work for the Rainbow Awards 2014. Details here.
That’s it for this week. If you have news related to Canadian lesbian fiction and its authors, let us know by heading over to our Submissions page.