These 32 pieces reveal love in all of its guises. Where there is love there is always an undercurrent of vulnerability, of danger. These characters take the risk of revealing themselves to each other; they hold up a mirror to our own fears, anxieties and passionate successes.
by Anondra “Kat” Williams, host of Sipping On Ink
At the end of one of my shows I was pondering if the world of writing and publishing had changed or is changing due to the growing popularity of Lesbian literature. I also wondered if a down economy affected niche writers. Since I know a few folks I figured why not just ask those doing it, it being writing and publishing.
Now imagine if you can a lunch with four very popular but diverse writers, imagine also that they are all lesbians and to make it even better they are black. Imagine a very nosey radio show host sitting in the middle and thinking this is just about perfect. I can imagine all of this and with the power of technology I’ve managed to achieve it long distance. Joining me at the table are S. Renee Bess, Cheril N. Clarke, Tawanna Sullivan and C.D. Kirven. I’m in the middle–nosey radio host Kat Williams.
If the names aren’t familiar then you haven’t been reading much in the last year or so, well at least nothing from the lesbian fiction aisle of your local bookstore or online site (if you haven’t figured it out by now, we didn’t all meet for lunch but thanks to the power of Ma Bell and speed typing of yours truly we did talk, well they talked and I typed). If you don’t know my name, well just shame on you.
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