Interview with fellow writer Lori L. Lake

Today, I have the honor of interviewing Lori L. Lake. Lori was one of the first authors whose books I read when I first started reading lesbian fiction years ago, and her Gun Shy novels are still among my favorites. Lori, who now lives in Portland, Oregon (where I hope to meet her at the GCLS con next year!), is the author of ten published novels such as Gun Shy, the amazing historical fiction Snow Moon Rising, Buyer’s Remorse, and—her newest release—Jump the Gun. Her books won the Ann Bannon Award, two GCLS Awards, and an Alice B. Reader Appreciation …

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Interview with fellow writer Barbara Winkes

Today’s guest in my series of interviews with full-time writers of lesbian fiction is Barbara Winkes. Barbara and I seem to have some things in common: We’re both trained psychologists, and we’re both German. But Barbara fell in love with a French-Canadian language teacher and now lives in Canada with her wife. She publishes with Eternal Press, a small publisher in California. Her newest book, Secrets, will come out on November 16, so keep an eye out for it! It seems Barbara and I also share a lot of our attitudes toward writing and structuring our writing time. Here’s what …

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