Posts Tagged: Lesbian

Author photo - Chinelo Okparanta (credit Kelechi Okere)

The Rumpus Interview with Chinelo Okparanta


Chinelo Okparanta talks about her debut novel, Under the Udala Trees, her upcoming appearance at Portland’s Wordstock book festival, and LGBTQ rights in America and worldwide. ...more

Violette Leduc Regained


Tom Roberge, over at Lit Hub, tells the story of Violette Leduc’s lost Thérèse and Isabelle, a novel centering around a lesbian relationship, newly republished with a new translation and unabridged by the Feminist Press. Leduc’s works are distressingly hard to find in English, so we’re more than happy to see Leduc receiving a much-needed reexamination.



Towards a Fight


The future is coming, it is coming for everyone in this story. Someday that cop will turn on his TV and see the first black president, the first president who looks like he does, say that he thinks couples like me and Dee ought to be able to marry if we want to. Which probably means we ought to be able to kiss. ...more