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Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 153 (previously 45b) - Interview with Edale Lane

(Originally aired 2020/04/11 - listen here)

Transcript Pending


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A series of interviews with authors of historically-based fiction featuring queer women.

In this episode we talk about:

Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 152 (previously 45a) - On the Shelf for April 2020 - Transcript

(Originally aired 2020/04/04 - listen here)

Welcome to On the Shelf for April 2020.

Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 150 (previously 44c) - Movie Review: Portrait of a Lady on Fire - transcript

(Originally aired 2020/03/21 - listen here)

Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 151 (previously 44d) - Bertolina Guercia - transcript

(Originally aired 2020/03/28 - listen here)

Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 149 (previously 44b) - Interview with Catherine Lundoff of Queen of Swords Press - transcript pending

(Originally aired 2020/03/14 - listen here)

An interview with Catherine Lundoff about her small publishing house, Queen of Swords Press

Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 44a - On the Shelf for March 2020 - Transcript

(Originally aired 2020/03/7 - listen here)

Welcome to On the Shelf for March 2020.

Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 147 (previously 43e )- Talking to Ghosts by Caitlin Flavell - transcript

(Originally aired 2020/02/29 - listen here)

Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 43d - The Evolution of Butch as a Lesbian Signifier - transcript

(Originally aired 2020/02/22 - listen here)

The contracts are all signed, so here's the 2020 fiction series for the Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast! The order of appearance isn't set yet, so this is alphabetically by author.

Yesterday I read through all the story submissions, winnowed them down to a short-list, then made the hard choice of which five to buy. Thanks to the miracle of the internet, I sent out responses to everyone, drew up and set the contracts for the five stories selected, and by this morning had most of the contracts signed and returned. SInce I'm still waiting on one, I won't post the titles and authors yet, but I thought you might be interested in some trends in what types of submissions I've been getting over the last three years.

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