Bibliography

Annotated Bibliography of Canadian Literature with Lesbian Content by Nairne Holtz

Bibliographic History of Sex Variant Women in Literature by Jeannette Howard Foster

Individual Poets

Becker, Robin

Bissert, Ellen Marie

Blackwomon, Julie

Bogus-Adamz, SDiane

Bulkin, Elly (1944- )

Byrd, Stephanie

Clarke, Cheryl

Clausen, Jan (1950- )

After Touch. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1975

Apples & Oranges: My Journey through Sexual Identity. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, 1999.

Beyond Gay or Straight: Understanding Sexual Orientation. With Martin B. Duberman. Philadelphia, PA: Chelsea House Publishers, 1997.

Books & Life. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 1989.

Duration. Brooklyn, NY: Hanging Loose Press, 1983.

From a Glass House. New York, NY: Ikon, 2007.

If You Like Difficulty. Brownsville, VT: Harbor Mountain Press, 2007.

Mother, Sister, Daughter, Lover: Stories. Trumansburg, NY: Crossing Press, 1980.

Mother, Sister, Daughter, Lover: Stories. London: Women's Press, 1985, 1980.

A Movement of Poets: Thoughts on Poetry and Feminism. Brooklyn, NY: Long Haul Press, 1982.

The Prosperine Papers. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press, 1988.

The Prosperine Papers. London, Women's Press, 1988.

Sinking Stealing: A Novel. Trumansburg, NY: Crossing Press, 1985.

Sinking, Stealing. London: Women's Press, 1985.

Waking at the Bottom of the Dark. Brooklyn, NY: Long Haul Press, 1979.

Courtot, Martha (1941-2000)

Douglas, Carol Anne

Dykewomon (Nachman), Elana

Note: Dykewomon began publishing with the name Elana Nachman and changed it in the 1970s to Dykewomon.

Riverfinger women. Plainfield, VT: Daughters, Inc., 1974; Tallahassee, FL: Naiad Press, 1992.

They will know me by my teeth: stories and poems of lesbian struggle, celebration, and survival. Northhampton, MA: Megaera Press, 1976.

Fragments from Lesbos. Langlois, OR: Disapora Distribution, 1981.

Nothing Will Be As Sweet As the Taste: Selected Poems 1974-1994. London, UK: Onlywomen Press, 1995.

Sarahs Töchter: Roman. Berlin: Krug und Schadenberg, 1999

Moon Creek Road: Collected Stories. Denver, CO: Spinster Ink Books, 2003.

Beyond the Pale: A Novel. Vancouver, BC: Press Gang Publishers, 1997; London, UK: Onlywomen, 2000, 2009; Vancouver, BC: Raincoast Books, 2003.

Risk. Ann Arbor, MI: Bywater Books, 2009.

Dykewomon has had stories included in:

Warland, Betsy and Valerie Speidel. InVersions: Writing by Dykes, Queers & Lesbians. Vancouver, BC: Press Gang Publishers, 1991.

Nestle, Joan and Naomi Holoch. Women on Women 3: An Anthology of American Lesbian Short Fiction. New York, NY: Plume, 1996.

Rothblum, Esther D. and Sondra Solovay. Fat Studies Reader. New York, NY: New York University Press, 2009.

Gibbs, Joan

Between a Rock and a Hard Place. [Brooklyn, N.Y.?] : February 3rd Press, 1979.

Gomillion, E. Sharon

Graham, Carole

Grahn, Judy

Another Mother Tongue: Gay Words, Gay Worlds. Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 1984 (reprint 1990).

Another Mother Tongue: Gay Words, Gay Worlds. New York, NY: Quality Paperback Book Club, Bookspan, 2000.

Blood, Bread, and Roses: How Menstruation Created the World. Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 1993.

The Bowl Speech. San Francisco, CA: Interval Press, 1975.

The Common Woman. Oakland, CA: Womens Press Collective, 1973, 1980.

Descent to the Butch of the Realm. Oakland, CA: Inanna Institute, 1970s (?).*

Descent to the Roses of the Family. Iowa City, IA: Common Lives/Lesbian Lives, 1986.*

Edward the Dyke and Other Poems. Oakland, CA: Women's Press Collective, 1971.

Elephant Poem Coloring Book. Oakland, CA: Women's Press Collective, 1972.

The Highest Apple: Sappho and the Lesbian Poetic Tradition. San Francisco, CA: Spinsters, Ink, 1985.

The Inheritance. St. Paul, MN: printed at the Toothpaste Press for Bookslinger, 1981.*

The Judy Grahn Reader. San Francisco, CA: Aunt Lute Books, 2009

Love Belongs to Those Who Do the Feeling: New & Selected Poems (1966-2006). Los Angeles, CA: Red Hill Press, 2008.

Really Reading Gertrude Stein: A Selected Anthology with Essays by Judy Grahn. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press, 1989.

Mundane's World: A Novel. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press, 1988.

The Queen of Swords (Poems). Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 1987.

The Queen of Swords. Oakland, CA : Judy Says, 1994.

The Queen of Wands: Poetry. Trumansburg, NY: Crossing Press, 1982.

Sacred Blood. Unknown, 1981.*

She Who: A Graphic Book of Poems. Oakland, CA: Diana Press, 1977.

Spider Webster's Declaration: He is Singing the End of the World Again. San Francisco, CA: Interval Press, 1983.*

A Woman is Talking to Death: Poem. Illustrations by Karen Sjöholm. Oakland, CA: Diana Press, 1977.

The Work of a Common Woman: The Collected Poetry of Judy Grahn, 1964-1977, with an introduction by Adrienne Rich. Oakland, CA: Diana Press, 1978.

The Work of a Common Woman: The Collected Poetry of Judy Grahn, 1964-1977. Trumansburg, NY: Crossing Press, 1978

The Work of a Common Woman: The Collected Poetry of Judy Grahn, 1964-1977. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1980.

The Work of a Common Woman. London: Onlywomen, 1985.

True to life adventure stories. Oakland, CA: Diana Press, 1978.

True to life adventure stories. Trumansburg, NY: Crossing Press, 1983.

Online Journal

Metaformia: A Journal of Menstruation and Culture. http://www.metaformia.org/

Sound Recordings

History of Lavender. Los Angeles, CA: Pacifica Radio Archive, 1983.

Judy Grahn, 4-13-83. San Francisco, CA: American Poetry Archive at the Poetry Center San Francisco State University, 1983.

Judy Grahn Poetry Reading, Nov. 20, 1985. Michael Davidson, 1985. Cassette Tape.

Judy Grahn 10.2.1974 Reading. San Francisco, CA : Poetry Center & American Poetry Archives, 1974. Cassette Tape.

Lesbian Concentrate. Oakland, CA: Olivia Records, 1977. LP recording.

Where Would I Be Without You: The Poetry of Pat Parker and Judy Grahn. Los Angeles, CA: Olivia Records, 1976.

A Woman is Talking to Death & Other Poems. Washington, DC: Watershed Foundation, 1990. Cassette tape.

The Women Weavers with Judy Grahn Ntozake Shange, and others. Tarabu Betserai, executive producer Tarabu Betserai. North Hollywood, CA: Pacifica Radio Archives, 1989.

Films

Gloria Anzalduá and Judy Grahn. San Francisco, CA: American Poetry Archives, San Francisco State University, 1988.

Last call at Maud's. Paris Poirier, Director. New York, NY: Water Bearer Films, 1993. DVD, 77 minutes.

Women Working in Literature. Kathleen Fraser, Director. San Francisco, CA : Poetry Center/American Poetry Archives, 1991. VHS.

EDITORS NOTE:

This bibliography was challenging to construct because Grahn is one of the most widely circulated lesbian-feminist poets during the 1970s and 1980s. I have omitted a complete bibliography of publications of individual poems. There are particular citations of which information is incomplete or confusing in library database and I have not examined the source. These citations are followed by an asterisk (*). I welcome feedback to correct, clarify and expand this entry.

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Larkin, Joan

Lerman, Eleanor

Lonidier, Lynn

Po tree & illustrations. Berkeley: Berkeley Free Press, 1967.

The Female Freeway. San Francisco: Tenth Muse/A Maelstrom Production, 1970.

A Jellyfish Swim. San Francisco, CA: Tenth Muse, 1972.

A Lesbian Estate: Poems, 1970-1973. South San Francisco, CA: Manroot, 1977.

For Sale: Girl Poet Cheap. South San Francisco, CA: ManRoot, 1977.

Woman Explorer. Philadelphia, PA: Painted Bride Quarterly, 1979.

Clitoris Lost: A Woman's Version of the Creation Myth: a take-off on John Milton's ordering of a heaven, earth, and hell. Boyes Hot Spring, CA: Manroot Press, 1989.

The Rhyme of the Ag-ed Mariness: Last Poems. Barrytown, NY: Barrytown, Ltd. 2000.

The papers of Lynn Lonidier are housed at the San Francisco Public Library. The catalogue entry for these papers is: http://encore.sfpl.org/iii/encore/record/C|Rb2109438|Slonidier|Orightresult|X5?lang=eng&suite=def
The finding aid contains a biographical sketch of Lonidier.

Lorde, Audre

The First Cities. New York, NY: Poets Press, 1968.

Cables to Rage. London, UK: Paul Breman, 1970.

From a Land Where Other People Live. Detroit, MI: Broadside Press, 1973.

New York Head Shop and Museum. Detroit, MI: Broadside Press, 1975.

Coal. New York, NY: W. W. Norton, 1976.

Between Our Selves. Point Reyes, CA: Eidolon Editions, 1976.

Uses of the Erotic: The Erotic as Power. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1978.

The Black Unicorn: Poems. New York, NY: W. W. Norton, 1978.

The Black Unicorn: Poems. New York, NY: W. W. Norton, 1995, 1978.

The Cancer Journals. Argyle, NY: Spinsters, Ink, 1980.

Zami, a new spelling of my name. Watertown, MA: Persephone Press, 1982.

Zami, a new spelling of my name. Trumansburg, NY: Crossing Press, 1982.

Zami: A New Spelling of My Name. London, UK: Pandora, 1996, 1982.

Chosen Poems, Old and New. New York, NY: W. W. Norton, 1982.

Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches. Trumansburg, NY : Crossing Press, 1984.

Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches. Berkeley, CA: Crossing Press, 2007.

I Am Your Sister: Black women organizing across sexualities. New York, NY: Kitchen Table, Women of Color Press, 1985.

Our Dead Behind Us: Poems. New York, NY: W.W. Norton, 1986.

Apartheid U.S.A./Freedom Organizing in the Eighties. With Merle Woo. New York, NY: Kitchen Table, Women of Color Press, 1986

A Burst of Light: Essays. Ithaca, NY: Firebrand Books, 1988.

Need: A Chorale for Black Woman Voices. Latham, NY: Kitchen Table, 1990.

Undersong: Chosen Poems, Old and New. New York, NY: W. W. Norton, 1992.

The Marvelous Arithmetics of Distance: Poems 1987-1992. New York, NY: W. W. Norton, 1993.

Zami; Sister outsider; Undersong. New York, NY: Quality Paperback Book Club, 1993.

The Collected Poems of Audre Lorde. New York, NY: W. W. Norton, 1997.

The Cancer Journals. San Francisco, CA: Aunt Lute Books, 1997.

I Am Your Sister: Collected and Unpublished Writings of Audre Lorde. Byrd, Rudolph P, Johnnetta B. Cole, and others. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2009.

Parker, Pat 1944-1989

Pratt, Minnie Bruce

Pratt, Minnie Bruce. The Sound of One Fork. Chapel Hill, NC: Night Heron Press, 1981.

Pratt, Minnie Bruce. We Say We Love Each Other. Spinster Ink/Aunt Lute Books, 1985.

Pratt, Minnie Bruce. We Say We Love Each Other. Ithaca, NY: Firebrand Books, 1992.

Bulkin, Elly, Minnie Bruce Pratt and Barbara Smith. Yours In Struggle: Three Feminist Perspectives On Anti-Semitism and Racism. Brooklyn, NY: Long Haul Press, 1984.

Bulkin, Elly, Minnie Bruce Pratt and Barbara Smith. Yours In Struggle: Three Feminist Perspectives On Anti-Semitism and Racism. Ithaca, NY: Firebrand Books, 1988.

Pratt, Minnie Bruce. Crimes Against Nature. Firebrand Books, 1989.

Pratt, Minnie Bruce. Rebellion: Essays 1980-1991. Firebrand Books, 1992.

Pratt, Minnie Bruce. S/He. Ithaca, NY: Firebrand Books, 1995.

Pratt, Minnie Bruce. S/He. Los Angeles, CA: Alyson Books, 2008.

Pratt, Minnie Bruce. Walking Back Up Depot Street. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1999.

Pratt, Minnie Bruce. The Dirt She Ate: Selected and New Poems. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2003.

Rich, Adrienne

POETRY

A Change of World, with foreword by W.H. Auden, Yale University Press (New Haven, CT), 1951.
Poems, Oxford University Poetry Society (New York, NY), 1952.
The Diamond Cutters and Other Poems, Harper (New York, NY), 1955.
Snapshots of a Daughter-in-Law: Poems, 1954-1962, Harper (New York, NY), 1963, revised edition, Norton (New York, NY), 1967.
Necessities of Life, Norton (New York, NY), 1966.
Selected Poems, Chatto & Windus (London, England), 1967.
Leaflets: Poems, 1965-1968, Norton (New York, NY), 1969.
The Will to Change: Poems, 1968-1970, Norton (New York, NY), 1971.
Diving into the Wreck: Poems, 1971-1972, Norton (New York, NY), 1973.
Poems: Selected and New, 1950-1974, Norton (New York, NY), 1974.
Twenty-one Love Poems, Effie's Press (Emeryville, CA), 1977.
The Dream of a Common Language: Poems, 1974-1977, Norton (New York, NY), 1978.
A Wild Patience Has Taken Me This Far: Poems, 1978-1981, Norton (New York, NY), 1981.
Sources, Heyeck Press (Woodside, CA), 1983.
The Fact of a Doorframe: Poems Selected and New, 1950-1984, Norton (New York, NY), 1984.
Your Native Land, Your Life, Norton (New York, NY), 1986.
Time's Power: Poems, 1985-1988, Norton (New York, NY), 1988.
An Atlas of the Difficult World: Poems, 1988-1991, Norton (New York, NY), 1991.
Collected Early Poems, 1950-1970, Norton (New York, NY), 1993.
Dark Fields of the Republic, 1991-1995, Norton (New York, NY), 1995.
Selected Poems, 1950-1995, Salmon Publishers (Knockeven, Ireland), 1996.
Midnight Salvage: Poems, 1995-1998, Norton (New York, NY), 1999.
Fox: Poems, 1998-2000, Norton (New York, NY), 2001.
The School among the Ruins: Poems, 2000-2004, Norton (New York, NY), 2004.
Telephone Ringing in the Labyrinth: Poems 2004-2006, Norton (New York, NY), 2007.
Tonight No Poetry Will Serve, Norton (New York, NY), 2010.

PROSE

Of Woman Born: Motherhood As Experience and Institution, Norton (New York, NY), 1976, 10th anniversary edition with a revised introduction, 1986.
Women and Honor: Some Notes on Lying (pamphlet), Motheroot Publishing/ Pittsburgh Women Writers (Pittsburgh, PA), 1977.
On Lies, Secrets, and Silence: Selected Prose, 1966-1978, Norton (New York, NY), 1979.
Compulsory Heterosexuality and Lesbian Existence (pamphlet), Antelope Publications (Denver, CO), 1980.
Blood, Bread and Poetry: Selected Prose, 1979-1986, Norton (New York, NY), 1986.
(With Susan Morland) Birth of the Age of Women, Wild Caret (Hereford, England), 1991.
What Is Found There: Notebooks on Poetry and Politics, Norton (New York, NY), 1993.
Arts of the Possible: Essays and Conversations, Norton (New York, NY), 2001.
Poetry and Commitment: An Essay, Norton (New York, NY), 2007.
A Human Eye: Essays on Art in Society 1997-2008, Norton (New York, NY), 2009.

Ryan, Kay

The Best of It. New York: NY: Grove Press, 2009.

The Niagara River. New York, NY: Grove Press, 2005.

Say Uncle. New York, NY: Grove Press, 2000.

Elephant Rocks. New York, NY: Grove Press, 1996.

Flamingo Watching. Providence, RI: Copper Beech Press, 1994.

Strangely Marked Metal. Providence, RI: Copper Beech Press, 1985.

Dragon Acts to Dragon Ends. Fairfax, CA: Taylor Street Press, 1983.

Scott, Claudia

Waters, Chocolate

To the man reporter from the Denver Post: Poems. Denver, CO: Eggplant Press, 1975.
Second edition, vivarium, November, 1980.

Take Me Like a Photograph. Denver, CO: Eggplant Press, [December] 1977. Second Printing July 1980.

Charting New Waters. Denver, CO: Eggplant Press, [July] 1980.

Winant, Fran

Looking at Women: Poems. New York: Violet Press, 1971, 1980.

Dyke Jacket: Poems and Songs. New York: Violet Press, 1975, 1976, 1980.

Goddess of Lesbian Dreams: Poems and Songs. New York: Violet Press, 1980.

Winant’s work as a visual artist is included in Lesbian Art in America: A Contemporary History by Harmony Hammond (New York: Rizzoli, 2000).

Wood-Thompson, Susan

Individual Writers

Allison, Dorothy

Arnold, June

Drury, Joan

Feinberg, Leslie

Moraga, Cherrie

Moraga, Cherríe and Gloria Anzaldúa. This bridge called my back: writings by radical women of color. Watertown, MA: Persephone Press, 1981.

Loving in the War Years. Cambridge, MA: South End Press, 1983, 2003.

The Last Generation. Cambridge, MA: South End Press, 1993.

Waiting in the Wings. Ithaca, NY: Firebrand Books, 1997.

Xicana Codex of Changing Consciousness: Writings 2000-2010. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2011.

Penelope, Julia

BOOKS

Call Me Lesbian: Lesbian Lives, Lesbian Theory. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press, 1992.

Crossword Puzzles for Women: 60 Never-Before- Published Puzzles. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press, 1995.

Flinging Wide the Eyed Universe: Poems. Athol, MA: Haley’s, 1998.

Speaking Freely: unlearning the lies of the fathers’ tongues. New York: Pergamon Press, 1990.

What’s in a Name: The Politics of Naming. Chicago: Northeastern Illinois University, 1974.

WITH SUSAN J. WOLFE [ROBBINS]

Sexual Practice/Textual Theory: Lesbian Cultural Criticism. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell
Publishers, 1993.

BOOKS EDITED

Out of the Class Closet: Lesbians Speak. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press, 1994.

WITH MORGAN GREY

Found Goddesses: Asphalta to Viscera. Norwich, VT: New Victoria Publishers, 1988.

WITH SARAH LUCIA HOAGLAND

For Lesbians Only: A Separatist Anthology. London: Onlywomen Press, 1988.

Sinister Wisdom 15. A special issue on violence against women, 1981.

WITH SUSAN J. WOLFE ROBBINS

Lesbian Culture: an anthology: The Lives, Work, Ideas, Art and Visions of Lesbians Past and Present. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press, 1993.

The Coming Out Stories. Foreword by Adrienne Rich. Watertown, MA: Persephone Press, 1980.

The Original Coming Out Stories. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press,1989.

WITH SARAH VALENTINE

Finding the Lesbians: Personal Accounts From Around the World. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press, 1990.

International Feminist Fiction. Introduction by Valerie Miner. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press, 1992.

WITH BELLA AKHMADULINA AND ANNA ADREEVNA AKHMATOVA

Three Russian Women Poets: Anna Akhmatova, Marina Tsvetayeva, Bella Akhmadulina. Julia Penelope with Bella Akhmadulina and Anna Andreevna Akhmatova. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press, 1995.

ARTICLES

[Review of] “‘Concrete’ Poetry from East and West Germany: The Language of Exemplarism and Experimentalism.” The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 38 (Spring 1980): 333-36.

“A Cursory and Precursory History of Language, and the Telling of It”

“Fact and Interpretation: Reflections in a Golden Eye.” Prairie Schooner 51 (Fall 1977): 312-13.

“Heteropatriarchal Semantics: ‘Just Two Kinds of People in the World.’” Lesbian Ethics 2
(Fall 1986): 58-80.

“Homosexual Slang.” American Speech 45 (Spring-Summer 1970): 45-59.

“Let the Silence Be Broken.” Prairie Schooner 52 (Fall 1978): 298-99.

“The Mystery of Lesbians.” Gossip #1 (1986): 9-45.

“The Mystery of Lesbians: III” http://www.feminist-reprise.org/docs/penelope3-1.htm. from Lesbian Ethics 1 (1985) [no page].

“Sexist Grammar.” College English 39 (1978): 800-11.

“Sexist Slang and the Gay Community.” Occasional Papers in Women’s Studies (1979) Ann Arbor: University of Michigan.

“Toward a Feminist Aesthetic.” Chrysalis 6 [no date] 57-71.

“When We Say ‘Out of the Closets!’” College English (November 1974): 385-91

WITH CYNTHIA MCGOWAN

“Woman and Wife: Social and semantic shifts in English” Paper in Linguistics 12 (1979): 491-502.

WITH SUSAN J. WOLFE [ROBBINS]

“Forced inference: Uses and abuses of the passive.” Paper in Linguistics 10 (1977): 299-311.

“Lesbian Humor.” Women: A Journal of Liberation 5 (1977): 26-29.

“Linguistic problems with patriarchal reconstructions of Indo-European culture: A little more than kin, a little less than kind.” Women’s Studies International Quarterly 3 (1980): 227-37.

“Sexist Slang and the Gay Community: Are You One Too?” Occasional Papers in Women’s Studies (1979) Ann Arbor: University of Michigan.

PAPERS PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES

“Chomsky’s ‘Ideal’ Native Speaker:Sexism in Synchronic Linguistics.” Paper presented at the annual convention of the Modern Language Association, New York, New York, December 27-30, 1978. ERIC database. OCLC number: 425829838. Accession number: ED179078.

“Language and Power: English as a Patriarchal Language.” Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 5-7, 1979. ERIC database. OCLC number: 425921127. Accession number: ED172252.

“Sexist Slang and the Gay Community: Are You One Too?” with Susan Robbins. Paper presented at the Modern Language Association, December 1976 [Reprinted as Michigan Occasional Paper No. XIV].

“The Sexist Tradition: Words and Meaning.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English, New York, New York, November 24-26, 1977. ERIC database. OCLC number: 426994762. Accession number: ED 162303.

“Target Structure and Rule Conspiracies: Syntactic Exploitation” paper presented at the Theory of Rhetoric Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 5-6 1978. ERIC database. OCLC number: 425377053. Accession number: ED157392.

“Teaching Lesbian Novels: From Proposal to Reality.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English, Kansas City, Missouri, November 23-25, 1978. ERIC database. OCLC number: 425943743. Accession number: ED168012.

DISSERTATION

“The problem of unity in poetry: a linguistic approach;" [abstract] Thesis/dissertation. Austin: The University of Texas, 1971.

ARTICLES IN BOOKS

“Lesbian Separatism: The Linguistic and Social Sources of Separatist Politics.” In The Gay Academic, edited by Louie Crew, 121-31. Palm Springs, CA: ETC Publications, 1978.

“Paradigmatic Women: the Prostitute.” In Papers in Language Variation, edited by D. L. Shores and C. P. Hine, 303-21. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1977.

“Passing Lesbians: The High Cost of Femininity.” In An Intimacy of Equals: Lesbian Feminist Ethics,edited by Lilian Mohin, 118-52. London: Onlywomen Press, 1996.

WITH SUSAN J. WOLFE ROBBINS

“Consciousness as Style; Style as Aesthetic.” In Language, Gender, and Society, edited by Barrie Thorne, Cheri Kramarae, and Nancy Henley, 125-39. Rowley, MA: Newburg, 1983.

“Crooked and Straight in Academia.” In Pulling Our Own Strings, edited by Gloria Kaufman and Mary Kay Blakely, 119. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1980.

“Mother Wit: Tongue in Cheek.” In Lavender Culture, edited by Karla Jay and Allen Young. 299-307. New York: Jove Publications (Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich), 1978.

BOOK REVIEW

[No title] Journal of Homosexuality. 3 (1977): 91-94.

DVD

Behind Closed Doors: the dark legacy of the Johns Committee by Allyson Beutke and Scott Litvack Gainesville, FL: University of Florida, Department of Journalism, Documentary Institute, 2000. [Includes interviews with Merril Mushroom and Julia Penelope.]

Summary: The Legislative Investigation Committee probed unpopular groups in Florida during the 1950’s and ‘60s. Also known as the Johns Committee, investigators questioned civil rights activists, suspected Communists and homosexuals. Includes live interviews with Art Copleston, Merril Mushroom, and Julia Penelope; and a narrative about Sigmund Diettrich (who is now deceased) by former colleagues.” www.worldcat/org/title/behind-closed-doors/oclc/59758907&referer=brief_r...

ONLINE VIDEO

“Julia Penelope from Lesbiana – A Parallel Revolution” from Myriam Fougere http://vimeo.com/42673101.

ARCHIVES

Julia Penelope's papers are held by Duke University. For more information: http://library.duke.edu/rubenstein/findingaids/penelope/

OBITUARIES

For obituaries and remembrances of Julia Penelope, go here: http://www.windycitymediagroup.com/APParticle.php?AID=41298&i=29&s=Food

Bibliography compiled by Joanna Cattonar.

Periodicals

13th Moon (Periodical)

13th Moon is a journal which began publishing in 1973 and continues publishing today. For more information see the current website, http://www.13thmoon.net/

Broadside (Canadian Feminist Newspaper)

Broadside was a groundbreaking Canadian feminist newspaper that published from 1979 until 1989. All issues of the newspaper are now completely digitized and searchable at the archives of Broadside.

http://broadsidefeminist.com/

This article contextualizes Broadside's background and meaning in the Canadian feminist movement:

http://www.nowtoronto.com/news/story.cfm?content=187426

Conditions

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Sinister Wisdom

Sinister Wisdom began publishing in 1976 and continues publishing today. This archive presents Sinister Wisdom from 1976 until 1990.

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The Furies, a Lesbian/Feminist Monthly, poetry catalogue

Poetry in The Furies

The Furies, a lesbian/feminist monthly, began publishing in January 1972. A total of nine issues of the magazine were published until it ceased in 1973.

PDFs of all issues (except one noted below) are available online from RainbowHistory.org.

Article titled, "Have Fun So We Do Not Go Mad in Male Supremacist Heterosexual Amerika: Lesbian-Feminist Poetry in The Furies," appeared in Beltway Quarterly, March 2009, in the theme issue on Literary Organizations.
http://washingtonart.com/beltway/furies.html

Volume 1, January 1972
Four poems from Judy Grahn’s Edward the Dyke and Other Poems are included on page 7.
The poems are: “A History of Lesbianism,” “I’m not a girl,” “V. Detroit Annie, hitchhiking,” (one of "The Common Woman Poems") and “in the place where.”

Volume 2, February 1972
Seven poems from Rita Mae Brown’s The Hand That Rocks the Cradle are included on pages 12-13. The poems are: “The New Lost Feminist: A Triptych,” “For Lydia French,” “Sappho’s Reply,” “The Self Affirms Herself,” “ Canto Cantare Cantavi Cantatum,” “Song to a Handsome Woman,” and “The Bourgeois Questions.”
Other items of interest: Article by Helaine Harris, “Out of the O Zone,” opens with a poem by June Slavin title, “After Monterey Pop” (page 2.) Article by Jennifer Woodul on Emily Dickinson titled “Much Madness is Divinest Sense” (page 8.) Advertisement for Judy Grahn’s Edward the Dyke and Other Poems (page 23.)

Volume 1, issue 3, March-April 1972
No poetry.
Other item of interest: Text advertisement for Look at Women by Fran Winant, published by Violet Press including this advertisement “Violet Press is looking for material for a gay women’s anthology. Send your poems, songs, book reviews, essays, drawings and cartoons to them and include a stamped self-addressed return envelope.”

Volume 1, issue 4, May 1972
No poetry.
Correction to the poem “After Monterey Pop” on page 16.

Volume 1, issue 5, June-July 1972
Four poems from Pat Parker’s Child of Myself are included on page 4. The poems are: “A Moment Left Behind,” “With the sun,” “Let me come to you naked,” “Exodus (To my husbands, lovers).”
Other item of interest: “A Manifesto for the Feminist Artist” by Rita Mae Brown.

Volume 1, issue 6, August 1972
No poetry.
Other items of interest: Advertisement for Shameless Hussy Books including books by Alta, Susan Griffin, Paul Mariah, and Pat Parker, Advertisment for Diana Press, Lesbian Printshop, Printing, Tyepsetting, Layout, Graphics.

Volume 1, issue 7, Fall 1972
Poem by E. Sharon Gomillion on the cover, “We’re doing it in our schools. Poems on page 8 & 9: Susan Baker, “And Arab” and “Snapshots on Connecticut and K,” E. Sharon Gomillion, “My Love Called Me Today” and “Black Woman,” Merritt Wilson, “Diana, “I await, “Go from me lovely flower, and “A Preference,” Lee Lally, “Hurricanes, “For Meg at Clyde’s,” and “You Were Burying Us Before We Were Dead.”

Volume II, issue 1, February 1973
A Sonatina Followed by Another, by Gertrude Stein; edited by Fran Winant.
The introductory letter "To Our Readers" provides this information: The poem by Gertrude stein, pgs. 5, 6, was edited by Fran Winant. This is what Fran wrote to us about her editing: "My method was to put togetehr the sentences and paragraphs I felt were most revealing of the main ideas in the poem. . .I left out a lot of what I felt was Stein talking to herself, making personal references which had little or no meaning for anyone else. I felt that she was upset by the idea of talking about her lesbianism and tried to hide her subject by talking about irrelevant or obscure things. In orther words, I tried to extract the poem-within-the-poem. . . .
I find that, especially when read out loud, Stein's poetry has a magic quality, a feeling of giving off meaning beyond what words can say. I tried the poem on two audiences, one straight and one gay. The straights sat like sticks as if they didn't hear a word. The gay women laughed, cheered and generally exploded at every line. I feel this poem is part of gay women's culture, that even Stein tried to hide from us, and should be given back to gay women. . "
She Who, poetry by Judy Grahn, Graphics by Nancy Myron. Poems in this dossier include "She Who," "A Geology Lesson," "Slowly: A Plainsong from an Older Woman to a Younger Woman," and "The Woman Whose Head is On Fire."
"Sister of Mine," poem by E. Sharon Gomillion.
Other Items of Interest: Advertisement for These Days by Lee Lally, printed for Some of Us Press by Diana Press, advertisement for Amazon Quarterly, The Lesbian Tide, Diana Press's 1973 Women's Calendar, Diana Press, Lavender Woman (The Lesbian Paper of Chicago), Libera, Songs to a Handsome Woman by Rita Mae Brown, printed and distributed by Diana Press, The Gay Blade, and Whole Woman.

Volume II, issue 2
Journeys on the Living, poems by Linda Koolish: “My Neighbor is Thirty-Three” and “Conversation with my Mother” (page 3.) From Eating Artichokes by Willyce Kim, “Poem for Zahava,” “Eating artichokes,” and “The next woman” (page 4.)
New York Poems, poems by Lee Lally (page 8-11), “Time Square,” “New York Will Break Your Heart, Baby,” “W. 139th & Broadway,” Stop Light E 4th & 1st Avenue,” “234 E. 4th Street, “7th Ave. Broadway Local,” “East Village-Thompson St & E. 3rd St.” “Thompson Square and 7th Street,” Avenue B/E. 5th & 6th St.,” “Moon Poem,” “43rd St. between 7th and 8th Avenue,” “It is smooth,” and “Avenue of the Americas.”

Volume II, issue 3 Final Issue
Prose poem, "unnatural woman," by Diane O'Flynn.
"Oranges at Wandegeya" by Jay Williams.
"R St." by Keegan.

Trivia: A Journal of Ideas, 1982-1995

Issue 1, Fall 1982 [Issues 1-18 are edited by Lise Weil and a series of associate and assistant editors. Issue 12 is edited by Linda Nelson]
• Janice Raymond, A Genealogy of Female Friendship
• Natalia Malachowskaja, Terra Incognita: On Women and Writing
• Kate Clinton, Making Light: Notes on Feminist Humor
• Anne G. Dellenbaugh, She Who Is and Is Not Yet: An Essay on Parthenogenesis
• H. Patricia Hynes, Active Women in Passive '80
• Kathleen Barry, "Sadomasochism": The New Backlash to Feminism
• Bonnie St. Andrews, Trivial Lives: Nelly Sachs: The Enduring Epitaph

Issue 2, Spring 1983
• Andrea Dworkin, Antifeminism
• Cynthia Rich, The Women in the Tower
• Kathy Newman, Re-membering an Interrupted Conversation: The Mother/Virgin Split
• Andrée M. Collard, Rape of the Wild
• Denise D. Connors, Trivial Lives: Florence Nightingale, A Radical Genius Re-membered
• Lise Weil, In Review: The Color Purple, by Alice Walker

Issue 3, Fall 1983
• Debbie Alicen, Intertextuality: The Language of Lesbian Relationships
• Camille Norton, "Tomb-Breakers": The Case Against Willa Cather
• Mary Daly, On Lust and the Lusty
• Gloria F. Orenstein, Towards a Bifocal Vision in Surrealist Ethics
• Kathy Newman, Trivial Lives: Susan Glaspell and Trifles

Issue 4, Spring 1984
• Jeffner Allen, Looking at Our Blood: A Lesbian Response to Men's Terrorization of Women
• Erika Wisselinck, Anna – One Day in the Life of an Old Woman
• Nancy Breeze, Who's Going To Rock the Petri Dish? For Feminists Who Have Considered Parthenogenesis When the Movement Is Not Enough
• Elizabeth Denny, Daughters of Harpalyce: Incest and Myth
• Katherine Kleitz, Madame Matisse and the Roman Ruins
• Stephanie A. Demetrakopoulos, Colette, Clairvoyance, and the Medium asSibyl: Another Step Towards a Female Metaphysics
• Camille Norton, Trivial Lives: The Naming of George Eliot
• Pauline E. Kayes, In Review: The Mirror Dance: Identity in a Women's Community, by Susan Krieger

Issue 5, Fall 1984
• Nicole Brossard, From Radical to Integral
• Harriet Ellenberger, The Dream Is the Bridge: In Search of Lesbian Theatre
• Jane Meyerding, On Nonviolence and Feminism
• Bonnie St. Andrews, Trivial Lives: Selma Lagerlöf
• Deirdre Neilen, In Review: Teaching a Stone To Talk, by Annie Dillard
• Jane Caputi, In Review: Pure Lust: Elemental Feminist Philosophy, by Mary Daly
• Hannah Quillet, Gadfly to the Sacred Cows

Issue 6, Winter 1985
• Emily Erwin Culpepper, Simone de Beauvoir and the Revolt of the Symbols
• Tremor, The Hundredth Lezzie
• Luce Irigaray, Any Theory of the "Subject" Has Always Been Appropriated by the "Masculine
• Juliet A. Langley, Audacious Fancies: A Collection of Letters from Charlotte Perkins Gilman to Martha Luther
• Ruthann Robson, A Son: Nightmares and Dreams of a Radical Feminist
• Lise Weil, Trivial Lives: Christa Wolf and Cassandra

Issue 7, Summer 1985
• Lise Weil, Imaging Our Freedom: Thoughts on the Pornography Debate
• Andrea Dworkin, Against the Male Flood: Censorship, Pornography, and Equality
• Louky Bersianik, Agenesias of the Old World
• Baba Copper, The View from Over the Hill: Notes on Ageism Between Lesbians
• Heide Göttner-Abendroth, Thou Gaia Art I: Matriarchal Mythology in Former Times and Today
• Erika Wisselinck, Trivial Lives: Notes from a Death Cell

Issue 8, Winter 1986
• Nicole Brossard, Access to Writing: Ritual of the Written Word
• Luisah Teish, She Who Whispers
• Micheline Grimard-Leduc, The Mind-Drifting Islands
• Jeffner Allen, Lesbian Economics
• Mab Maher, Feminism and Life-Memory
• Paula Gunn Allen, Haggles
• Betty La Duke, Trivial Lives: Artists Yolanda López and Patricia Rodríguez

Issue 9, Fall 1986
• Sonia Johnson, Telling the Truth
• Anna Lee, Therapy: The Evil Within
• Bonnie Mann, The Radical Feminist Task of History: Gathering Intelligence in Nicaragua
• Marisa Zavalloni, An Ego-Ecological Analysis of the Representation of Women: The Sartre-Beauvoir Interviews
• Sarah Lucia Hoagland, Moral Agency Under Oppression
• Michelle Jacobs, Trivial Lives: The Forgotten Woman
• Lorine M. Getz and Barbara Walsh, In Review: The Journey Is Home, by Nelle Morton

Issue 10, Spring 1987
• Andrée M. Collard, Freeing the Animals
• Sarah Lucia Hoagland, Moral Agency Under Oppression: Beyond Praise and Blame
• Bonnie Mann, Validation or Liberation? A Critical Look at Therapy and the Women's Movement
• I. Rose, A Passion for Revolution: Rosa Luxemburg (1871-1919)
• Heide Göttner-Abendroth, Urania – Time and Space of the Stars: The Matriarchal Cosmos through the Lens of Modern Physics and Hagia – Academy and Coven for Matriarchal Research and Experience
• Joyce Contrucci, Trivial Lives: Andrée M. Collard (1926-1986): A Biophilic Journey

Issue 11, Fall 1987
• Nicole Brossard, Certain Words
• Baba Copper, Mothers and Daughters of Invention
• Mary Daly in cahoots with Jane Caputi, Selected Words from Websters' First New Intergalactic Wickedary of the English Language
• Diane R. Holman, The Penis as Problematic: Feminist Observations on the Anatomical Distinctions Between the Sexes
• Sarah Lucia Hoagland, Moral Agency Under Oppression: Playing Among Boundaries
• Bonnie St. Andrews, Trivial Lives: Writing the Revolution: Frederika Bremer (1801-65)
• Jane Caputi, In Review: This Is About Incest, by Margaret Randall
• Karen Elias, In Review: Forbidden Fruit: On the Relationship Between Women and Knowledge in Doris Lessing, Selma Lagerlöf,
• Kate Chopin, Margaret Atwood, by Bonnie St. Andrews
• Lise Weil, In Review: Going Out of Our Minds: The Metaphysics of Liberation, by Sonia Johnson

Issue 12, Spring 1988
• Margaret Lew, Relocating the Hedge Transforms the House: Monique Wittig and Pueblo Architecture
• Lou Robinson, Menstrual Extraction: A Mystery
• Nicole Brossard, Kind Skin My Mind
• Jewelle Gomez, Imagine a Lesbian . . . a Black Lesbian . . .
• Christina Thürmer-Rohr, From Deception to Un-Deception: On the Complicity of Women
• Anne G. Dellenbaugh, In and Out of Hell: Where Desire Meets Terror
• Gloria F. Orenstein, Trivial Lives: Interview with the Shaman of Samiland: The Methodology of the Marvelous
• Linda L. Nelson, In Review: A Restricted Country, by Joan Nestle

Issue 13, Fall 1988 Special issue: The Third International Feminist Book Fair, Part I
• Lise Weil, Memory/Transgression: Women Writing in Québec
• Louise Cotnoir, Québec Women's Writing: A Space-In-Between Theory and Fiction
• Gail Scott, A Feminist at the Carnival
• Lou Robinson, "our litanies, our transfusions": After Reading Heroine by Gail Scott
• Nicole Brossard, Memory: Hologram of Desire
• Shirley Hartwell, Words Speaking Body Memory: After Reading Don't: A Woman's Word, by Elly Danica
• Mary Meigs, Memories of Age
• Erin Mouré, Poetry, Memory, and the Polis
• Michèle Causse, Interview: For a Sea of Women and L'Interloquée
• Betsy Warland, the breasts refuse
• Alice Parker, In Review: The Aerial Letter, by Nicole Brossard

Issue 14, Spring 1989 Special Issue: The Third International Feminist Book Fair, Part II
• Linda Nelson and Lise Weil, Language/Difference: Writing in Tongues
• Susanne de Lotbinière-Harwood, I Write Le Body Bilingual: a love affair-e in nomad's land
• Jeannette C. Armstrong, Cultural Robbery, Imperialism: Voices of Native Women
• Susanne de Lotbinière-Harwood, Conversations at the Book Fair with Gloria Anzaldúa and Lee Maracle
• Gloria Anzaldúa, Border Crossings
• Marion Kraft, Between Aversion, Alibi and Acknowledgement: White Feminism and Black Women's Literature in Germany
• Catherine Gonnard, Interview with Michèle Causse
• Ruthann Robson, Nightshade: After Reading Trivia 13
• Verena Stefan, Literally Dreaming
• Jewelle L. Gomez, In Review: Not Vanishing, by Chrystos
• Linda L. Nelson, After Reading Borderlands/La Frontera, by Gloria Anzaldúa

Issue 15, Fall 1989
• Ruthann Robson, Historicity
• Carol LeMasters, S/M and the Violence of Desire
• Christina Thürmer-Rohr, Turning Thoughts/Turning Away
• Carolyn Gage, No Dobermans Allowed: A Dramatic Argument for Separatist Theater
• Amy Elman, Sexual Subordination and State Intervention: Lessons for Feminists from the Nazi State
• Joan Chevalier, Notes on the Weather
• Camille Norton, The Music of Wolves: After Reading Spaces Like Stairs, by Gail Scott
• Laurel Rust, Trivial Lives: Anna, the Moon and the Stars

Issue 16/17, Fall 1990 Special Double Issue: Breaking Forms
• Kirsten Backstrom, Rogue
• Marlene Nourbese Philip, The Absence of Writing, or How I Almost Became a Spy and Universal Grammar
• Dyana Werden, Women's Languaging: An Image/Word Conjunction
• Jane Caputi, Interview with Paula Gunn Allen
• Shirley Hartwell, The Lie of the Feminist Right Wing Ethic
• Rena Rosenwasser, Berlin Nights
• Jennifer Weston, "Thinking in Things": A Women's Symbol Language
• Susanna J. Sturgis, Mimi's Revenge
• Lee Maracle, Nobody Home
• Sheila Pepe, To Soar: Interview with Nancy Spero
• Lou Robinson, Rapport
• Toni Mirosevich, Do Muscles Have Memories?
• Carolyn Gage, Louisa May Incest: A One-Act Play

Issue 18, Fall 1991 Special Issue: Collaboration
• Lise Weil, Linda Nelson, Kay Parkhurst, and Erin J. Rice, "The Knots and Lines Between Us": an editorial in four voices
• Christine Ianieri and Susan Stinson, Rough Fat
• Kathryn Kirk, Linda Nelson, and Lise Weil, Interview with Martha Fleming and Lyne Lapointe
• Gillian Hanscombe and Suniti Namjoshi, Heavenly Enough
• Daphne Marlatt and Betsy Warland, Subject to Change
• Kim Chernin and Renate Stendhal, Between Intimacy and Passion, a Collaboration
• Lise Weil, Lowering the Case: After Reading Sex and Other Sacred Games, by Kim Chernin and Renate Stendhal
• Joli Sandoz, The Stakes of the Game: After Reading Grey Is the
• Color of Hope, by Irina Ratushinskaya

Issue 19, Spring 1992 [Issues 19- 22 are edited by Kay Parkhurst and Erin Rice]
• Lorrie Sprecher, Lesbian Crimes Against the State
• Lou Robinson and Ellen Zweig, Centrifugal nineteen
• Lee Maracle, The Lost Days of Columbus
• Barbara Mor, aWoman Drums on MEN and Letters
• Anne Witten, Blue Water
• Anne Witten with Martha Mickles, Speaking About My Life
• Michèle Causse and Nicole Brossard, Correspondance, 1986
• Concetta Principe, March Cantos
• Monica Sjöö, The New World Order
• Robin Parks, Meditations on Form
• CB Sundance, Strabismus: A Trivial Challenge
• Helen Barolini, Trivial Lives: Bianca, the Gulf War, Saroyan, and Me
• Mary Meigs, After Reading Look Me in the Eye: Old Women, Aging and Ageism, by Barbara Macdonald with Cynthia Rich
• Ruth West, Explanation of Thea's Tarot

Issue 20, 1992 "10 Years: A Retrospective"
• Ruthann Robson, authenticity and excerpt from historicity
• Susanne de Lotbinière-Harwood, Manu Opera: Fragments of a Lovers' Dis-Course and excerpt from I Write Le Body Bilingual
• Linda Nelson, What They Have Left
• Linda Nelson and Lise Weil, excerpt from Language/Difference: Writing in Tongues
• Lise Weil and Erin Rice, Talking Eds
• Harriet Ellenberger, Communique and excerpt from The Dream Is the Bridge
• I. Rose, Report and excerpt from A Passion for Revolution
• Rena Rosenwasser, HER forwards and Berlin Nights
• Lise Weil, Conversation with Michèle Causse
• Michèle Causse, excerpt from For a Sea of Women
• Anne G. Dellenbaugh, Of a Wild Kind and excerpt from She Who Is and Is Not Yet
• Betsy Warland, excerpt from The Bat Had Blue Eyes
• Betsy Warland and Daphne Marlatt, excerpt from Subject to Change
• Daphne Marlatt, Salvaging: The Subversion of Mainstream Culture in Contemporary Feminist Writing
• Leah Halper, Trivial Lives: The Tiger Reminds Me of Myself
• Barbara Mor, the mirrors of her ice/eyes: After Reading Vagabonding: Feminist Thinking Cut Loose, by Christina Thürmer-Rohr (Part I)

Issue 21, 1993
• Ann Stokes, This Fresco Stuns Me
• Patricia Webb, A Benign Case of Writing Flu
• Myrna Elana, Differently
• The Kiss and Tell Collective, Artists Talk: An Interview with the Kiss and Tell Collective
• Penelope J. Engelbrecht, Re/viewing Kathy Acker
• Ann Veronica Simon, Friendship, 1989 and Friendship, 1990
• Naomi Riches, Crop Circles
• Lorraine Schein, Angel of Anarchy
• Mykel Johnson, Wanting To Be Indian
• Louie Galloway, Crone Comes Calling on Zus!
• Jennifer Drake, Four Poems
• Liz Waldner, Thinking of Petra Kelly
• Nancy Goldhar, After Viewing: Correspondences
• Cara J. MariAnna, The Seven Mythic Cycles of Thelma and Louise
• Barbara Mor, the mirrors of her ice/eyes: After Reading Vagabonding: Feminist Thinking Cut Loose, by Christina Thürmer-Rohr (Part II)

Issue 22, 1995
Part I: "A journal of Rejected Ideas"
• Rita Reese, Skin
• Marilyn Murphy, The Lesbian as Hero
• Jennifer Kramer, The Method of Exhaustion
• Rena Rosenwasser and Kate Delos, Hand
• Slick Harris, Shrink Rap
• Judith K. Witherow, Goddess or Godawful? An Interview with Camille Paglia
• Diana L. Fowlkes, Descending on Heptonstall: Between Sylvia Plath and the Yorkshire Ripper
• Linda Hooper, Ain't Love a Drag
• Eunice Scarfe, Pillar of Salt: The Song of Miriam
• Linda A. Bell, Do You, or Does Someone You Know, Have Vaginal Fortitude?
• Amani Kali Obike, athene of androgyny and the immortal
• Lynne Taetzsch, On My Way to Sparrow's

Part 2: "Our Regularly Scheduled Program"
• Lilian Friedberg, Undine's Valediction: A Translation of the Story by Ingeborg Bachmann and A Liberal Translation of Bachmann's "Undine Geht": Transposing Literature in the Spirit of a Common Language and In the Society of the Dead Poet
• Charlotte Templin, Webs and Goddesses: The Art of Cristina Biaggi
• Jodi Lundgren, Ini-SHE-ating & Re-Acting; or, What Happened When I Hugged Her
• Erin Rice and Trystan Skeigh, Pillow Talk: An Interview with Buddhist Editor Helen Tworkov
• Barbara Mor, the mirrors of her ice/eyes: After Reading Vagabonding: Feminist Thinking Cut Loose, by Christina Thürmer-Rohr (Part III)

Vice Versa (June 1947-February 1948)

Vice Versa was the first lesbian magazine circulated in the United States by a woman with the pseudonym Lisa Ben (an anagram for lesbian). J.D. Doyle has digitized all of the issues of Vice Versa on the website Queer Music Heritage.

You can read all of the issues of Vice Versa here: http://www.queermusicheritage.us/viceversa0.html

There is also an introduction to the magazine and its creator here: http://www.queermusicheritage.us/viceversa.html

Publishers/Small Presses

13th Moon (Publisher)

Aunt Lute Books

Booklegger Press

Crone Books

Daughters, Inc.

Arnold, June. Applesauce. Plainfield, VT: Daughters, Inc., 1977. (Original edition, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1967.)

Arnold, June. The Cook and the Carpenter: A Novel by the Carpenter. Plainfield, VT: Daughters, Inc., 1973.
(This book was originally published with the authorial assignation: "the carpenter.")

Arnold, June. Sister Gin. Plainfield, VT: Daughters, Inc., 1975. Simultaneously published by London: Women's Press, 1975, 1979. Reissued by New York: Feminist Press, 1989.

Beal, M. F. Angel Dance. Plainfield, VT: Daughters, Inc., 1977.

Boyd, Blanche M. Nerves: A Novel. Plainfield, VT: Daughters, Inc., 1973.

Brown, Rita Mae. Rubyfruit Jungle. Plainfield, VT: Daughters, Inc., 1973. Reissued as a Bantam Paperback edition in 1978.

Brown, Rita Mae. In Her Day. New York, NY: Daughters, Inc., 1976. Reissued as a Bantam paperback edition in 1978, 1988.

Burch, Pat. Early Losses. Plainfield, VT: Daughters, Inc., 1973.

Gould, Lois. X: A Fabulous Child's Story. New York, NY: Daughters, Inc., 1978.

Hall, Nancy Lee. A True Story of a Drunken Mother. Plainfield, VT: Daughters, Inc., 1974.

Harris, Bertha. Lover. Plainfield, VT: Daughters, Inc., 1976.

Harris, Bertha. Confessions of Cherubino. New York, NY: Daughters, 1978. (Original edition New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1972.)

Hobbs, May. Born to Struggle. Plainfield, VT: Daughters, Inc., 1975.

Lagerlöf, Selma. The Treasure. Plainfield, VT: Daughters, Inc., 1973.

Mace, Betty Webb. You Can have It When I'm Through with It. Plainfield, VT: Daughters, Inc., 1976.

Marie, Linda. I Must Not Rock. New York, NY: Daughters, Inc., 1977.

McCauley, Carole Spearin. Happenthing in Travel On. Plainfield, VT: Daughters, Inc., 1975. (This is the only book omitted from the books published by Daughters Inc. in Bertha Harris's introduction to a reissue of Lovers from NYU Press.)

Mortimer, Penelope. The Pumpkin Eater. Plainfield, VT: Daughters, Inc. 1975

Nachman/Dykewomon, Elana. Riverfinger Women. Plainfield, VT: Daughters, Inc., 1974.

Russ, Joanna. Kittatinny: A Tale of Magic. New York, NY: Daughters, Inc., 1978.

Singer, Freida. Daughters in High School. New York, NY: Daughters, Inc., 1974.

Stefan, Verena. Shedding. New York, NY: Daughters, Inc., 1978.

Wittig, Monique. The Opoponax. Plainfield, VT: Daughters, Inc., 1976. (This is a reissue from the 1966 edition from Simon & Schuster.)

Editor's Note: When I initially compiled the list of Daughters, Inc. publications, I used WorldCat and identified nine books. I knew there were more. The fifth issue of Sinister Wisdom yielded a longer list as did Bertha Harris's introduction to the NYU Press edition of her book Lover.

In the fifth issue of Sinister Wisdom (1978), Harriet Desmoines wrote the essay, "RETRIEVED FROM SILENCE: My Life and Times with Daughters, Inc." At the conclusion of the essay is this list of books published by Daughters, Inc.

Angel Dance by M. F. Beal $5.00
Applesauce by June Arnold $5.00
Born to Struggle by May Hobbs $3.50
The Cook and the Carpenter by the carpenter $3.50
Daughters in High School edited by Frieda Singer $4.80
Early Losses by Pat Burch $3.50
Happenthing in Travel On by Carole Spearin McCauley $4.00
I Must Not Rock by Linda Marie $5.00
In Her Day by Rita Mae Brown $4.50
Lover by Bertha Harris $4.50
Nerves by Blanche Boyd $3.50
The Opoponax by Monique Wittig $4.50
The Pumpkin Eater by Penelope Mortimer $4.00
Riverfinger Women by Elana Nachman $4.00
Rubyfruit Jungle by Rita Mae Brown $4.00
Sister Gin by June Arnold $4.00
The Treasure by Selma Lagerlof $3.00
A True Story of a Drunken Mother by Nancy Lee Hall $3.50
You Can have It When I'm Through with It $4.00
by Betty Webb Mace
To order: add $.50 per title handling charges; New York State residents add 7% sales tax; New York City residents add 8% sales tax.
Daughters Publishing Co., Inc.
22 Charles Street
New York, New York 10014

Diana Press

Brown, Rita Mae with illustrations by Sue Sellars. A Plain Brown Rapper. Oakland, CA: Diana Press, 1976.

Brown, Rita Mae. Songs to a handsome woman. Baltimore, MD: Diana Press, 1973. Digitized: http://books.google.com.proxy-um.researchport.umd.edu/books?id=NE5aAAAAMAAJ

Brown, Rita Mae. The hand that cradles the rock. Baltimore, MD: Diana Press, 1974.

Budapest, Zsuzsanna Emese, Helen Beardwomon, and Carol Clement. Selene, the most famous bull-leaper on earth. Baltimore, MD: Diana Press, 1976.

Bunch, Charlotte and Nancy Myron. Class and feminism; a collection of essays from the Furies. Baltimore, MD: Diana Press, 1974.

Clement, Carol and Zsuzsanna Emese Budapest. 1977 a year and a day calendar. Baltimore, MD: Diana Press, 1976.

Cheney, Joyce and Marcia Deihl. All our lives : a women's songbook. Baltimore, MD: Diana Press, 1976.

Czarnik, Casey and Coletta Reid. The day before : a graphic datebook of our female ancestors. Baltimore, MD: Diana Press, 1975.

Foster, Jeannette H. Sex variant women in literature. Baltimore, MD: Diana Press, 1975.

Gidlow, Elsa. Sapphic songs : seventeen to seventy. Baltimore, MD: Diana Press, 1976.

Gomillion, E. Sharon. Forty acres and a mule. Baltimore, MD: Diana Press, 1973.

Grahn, Judy. True to life adventure stories. Oakland, CA: Diana Press, 1978.

Grier, Barbara and Coletta Reid. Lesbian lives: biographies of women from the Ladder. Baltimore, MD: Diana Press, 1976.

Grier, Barbara and Coletta Reid. The Lesbians home journal : stories from the Ladder. Baltimore, MD: Diana Press, 1976.

Grier, Barbara and Coletta Reid. The Lavender herring : lesbian essays from the Ladder. Baltimore, MD: Diana Press, 1976.

Myron, Nancy and Charlotte Bunch. Lesbianism and the women's movement. Baltimore, MD: Diana Press, 1975.

Myron, Nancy and Charlotte Bunch. Women Remembered: A Collection of Biographies from The Furies. Baltimore, MD: Diana Press, 1974.

Parker, Pat. Movement in Black : the collected poetry of Pat Parker. [Foreword by Audre Lorde; introduction by Judy Grahn; graphics by Wendy Cadden, Irmajean, Karen Sjoholm.] Oakland, CA: Diana Press, 1978.

Parker, Pat. Womanslaughter. Oakland, CA: Diana Press, 1978.

Raeschild, Sheila. Lessons in leaving. Baltimore, MD: Diana Press, 1974.

Druid Heights Book

Gidlow, Elsa. Sapphic Songs: Eighteen to Eighty. Mill Valley, CA: Druid Heights Books, 1982.

Gidlow, Elsa. Makings for Meditation; A Collection of Parapoems, Reverant & Irreverant. Mill Valley, CA: Druid Heights Books, 1973.

Gidlow, Elsa. Ask No Man Pardon: The Philosophical Significance of Being Lesbian. Mill Valley, CA: Druid Heights Books, 1975.

Gidlow, Elsa. Moods of Eros, and Other Poems. Mill Valley, CA: Druid Heights Books, 1972.

Gidlow, Elsa. Wise Man's Gold. A Drama in Rhythm. Mill Valley, CA: Druid Heights Press, 1972.

Gidlow, Elsa. Shattering the Mirror. Mill Valley, CA: Druid Heights Books, 1976.

Gidlow, Thea Singleton. Lone Dancer and Other Poems. Mill Valley, CA: Druid Heights Books, 1975.

Ryan, Terry. Amaranth: Poetry. San Francisco, CA: Druid Heights Books, 1976.

Editors Note: Sapphic Songs: Eighteen to Eighty was distributed by Naiad Press.

Dyke Books, Inc. (Australia)

Easter Day Press

Effie's Press

Bergé, Carol. The Doppler Effect. Emeryville, CA: Effie's Press, 1979.

Dahlen, Beverly. A Letter at Easter: to George Stanley. Emeryville, CA: Effie's Press, 1976.

Jaffer, Frances. Any Time Now. Emeryville, CA: Effie's Press, 1977.

Kitrilakis, Thalia. Nostos. Emeryville, CA: Effie's Press, 1979.

Makcey, Mary. One Night Stand. Emeryville, CA: Effie's Press, 1976.

Moore, Honor. Leaving and Coming Back. Emeryville, CA: Effie's Press, 1981.

Rich, Adrienne Cecile. Twenty-One Love Poems. Emeryville, CA: Effie's Press, 1976.

Rich, Adrienne Cecile. Twenty-One Love Poems (2nd edition). Emeryville, CA: Effie's Press, 1977.

Eighth Mountain Press

Firebrand Books

Good Gay Poets

Ballard, Nancer. Dead Reckoning. Boston, MA: Good Gay Poets Press, 1978.

Borawski, Walta. Sexually Dangerous Poet. Boston, MA: Good Gay Poets, 1984.

Byrd, Stephanie. 25 Years of Malcontent. Boston: The Good Gay Poets, 1976.

Dickenson, George-Thérèse, 1951- . Striations. Boston, MA: Good Gay Poets, 1976.

Eberly, David. What Has Been Lost: Poems. Boston, MA: The Good Gay Poets, 1982.

Farinella, Salvatore. The Orange Telephone: The San Francisco Experience: Poems. Boston, MA: Good Gay Poets Books, 1975.

Farinella, Salvatore. Night Blooming: [about Allyn Amundson]. Boston, MA: The Good Gay Poets, 1976.

Greenfield, Freddie. Amusement Business and Then Some: Poems. Boston, MA: Good Gay Poets, 1976.

Kenny, Maurice, 1929- . Only as far as Brooklyn. Boston, MA: Good Gay Poets, 1979.

Kuras, Pat M. The Pinball Player. Boston, MA: Good Gay Poets?, 1982.

Shively, Charley. Nuestra Señora de los Dolores: the San Francisco experience. Boston, MA: Good Gay Poets, 1975.

Stanford, Adrian. Black & Queer. Boston, MA: Good Gay Poets Press, 1977.

Weiss, Ruth (1928-). Desert Journal. Boston, MA: Good Gay Poets, 1977.

Wieners, John, 1934-2002. Playboy. Boston, MA: Good Gay Poets, 1972.

Wieners, John, 1934-2002. Behind the State Capitol, or, Cincinnati Pike: a collection of poetry. Boston, MA: Good Gay Poets, 1975.

Weiners, John, 1934-2002. We were there! ... a gay presence at the Democratic convention. Boston : Good Gay Poets, 1972.

Shurin, Aaron, 1947- . Exorcism of the straight/man/demon. Boston, MA: Good Gay Poets Press, 1972.

Editors Notes: Good Gay Poets: taste & try hot publications. Boston, MA: Good Gay Poets, 1975. This appears to be a flyer at the archives at the University of Kansas.
In Gay & Lesbian Poetry In Our Time, editor Carl Morse says that "The Boston Gay Liberation Front generated both the radical magazine Fag Rag . . .and a publishing operation, Good Gay Poets, which, since 1972, has issued an important series of poetry books by lesbians and gay men" (Morse & Larkin, xviii.)

Granite Press

Anglesey, Zoë. Ixok amar·go: poesía de mujeres centroamericanas por la paz /Central American women's poetry for peace. Penobscot, ME: Granite Press, 1987.

Gates, Bea. Shooting at Night: Poems. Penobscot, ME: Granite Press, 1980.

Lane, Rosa. Roots and Reckonings: Poems. Penobscot, ME: Granite Press, 1980.

Larkin, Joan. A Long Sound: A Book of Poems. Penobscot, ME: Granite Press, 1986.

Paley, Grace. Leaning Forward: Poems. Penobscot, ME: Granite Press 1985.

Paley, Grace. Goldenrod. Penobscot, ME: Granite Press, 1982.

Valentine, Jean. Forces: To Raphael, Angel of Happy Meeting. Penobscot, ME: Granite Press, 1982.

Jamima House Press

Loftin, Elouise. Barefoot Necklace: Pome. Brooklyn, NY: Jamima House Press, 1975.

Jungle Press

Florence, Sandy. Recital. San Francisco: Jungle Press, 1978.

Jones, Stephanie and Suzanne Korey. The Midnight Sun: Stories and Poems on Old Age. San Francisco: Jungle Press, 1978.

Kantner, Carol. Roughly Chronological: Poems. San Francisco: Jungle Press, 1976.

Mattie, D. Pat. No Lies, No More, Not Now. San Francisco: Jungle Press, 1975.

Mimski, Elizabeth. Tongue. San Francisco, CA: Jungle Press, 1975.

O’Neill, William, translator. Augustine: Philosophical Texts, a selection. San Francisco, CA: Jungle Press, 1975.

O’Neill, William, translator. Augustine Aesthetics. San Francisco, CA: Jungle Press, 1975.

Kitchen Table Women of Color Press

Lavender Press

Long Breast Press (Australia)

Long Haul Press

Mama's Press

Alta. True Story: Prose. Oakland, CA: Mama's Press, 1973.

Boucher, Sandy. Assaults & Rituals: Stories. Oakland, CA: Mama's Press, 1975.

Crider, Brenda. Schizophrenia and Other Diatribes. Oakland, CA: Mama's Press 1970.

Gardner-Loulan, JoAnn. Period. Burlingame, CA: My Mama's Press, 1979.

Griffin, Susan. Let Them Be Said. Berkeley, CA: Mama's Press, 1973.

Holt, Laura Wharton. Mid Day Moon. Berkeley,? CA: Mama's Press?, 1974

Mackey, Mary. Split Ends: Poems. Oakland, CA: Mama's Press, 1974.

Editor Note: The WorldCat entry for the Holt book is uncertain about the publisher and I have not examined a copy of the book. I am uncertain if the book by Gardner-Loulan is from Mama's Press or a different press.

Megaera Press

Metis Press

Emrys, Barbara. Wild Women Don’t Get the Blues: Stories. Chicago, IL: Metis Press, 1977.
Johnson, Christine Leslie and Arny Christine Straayer. A Book of One’s Own: Guide to Self-Publishing. Chicago, IL: Metis Press, 1979.
Madden, Muriel Goldenson. On the Wire, Stretched with Power. Chicago, IL: Metis Press, 1978.
Ressmeyer, Georgia Jo. Bernice: A Comedy in Letters. Chicago, IL: Metis Press, 1984.
Sheen, Barbara. Shedevils: Stories. Chicago, IL: Metis Press, 1978.
Stern, Linda Johnson, Tio, Valerie Pinkerton. The Secret Witch; and, They Met the Who-Ever-It Was. Chicago, IL: Metis Press, 1979.
Straayer, Arny Christine. Hurtin & Healin & Talking It Over. Chicago, IL: Metis Press, 1980.
Straayer, Arny Christin. Momma Used to Hum to Me. Chicago, IL: Metis Press, 1978.

Moon Books

Ortiz, Roxanne Dunbar. The Great Sioux Nation: Sitting in Judgment on America. San Francisco: American Indian Treaty Council Information Center, Moon Books, 1977.

Forest, Eva. From a Spanish Prison (originally published as Diario y cartas desde la cárcel). Berkeley: Moon Books [New York: distributed by Random House], 1975.

Rush, Anne Kent. The Basic Back Book. Berkeley: Moon Books [New York: distributed by Simon & Schuster], 1979.

Mander, Anica Vesel. Blood Ties: A Woman's History. Berkeley: Moon Books [New York: distributed by Random House], 1976.

Winter, Nina. Interview with the Muse: Remarkable Women Speak on Creativity and Power. Berkeley: Moon Books, 1978.

Bryant, Dorothy. The Kin of Ata Are Waiting for You. Berkeley: Moon Books, 1971 [New York: distributed by Random House], 1971. [This book was reissued in 1997 by Random House.]

Galana, Laurel and Gina Covina. The New Lesbians: Interviews with Women across the U.S. and Canada. Berkeley: Moon Books [Westminster, MD: distributed by Random House], 1977

Spretnak, Charlene. Lost Goddesses of Early Greece: A Collection of Pre-Hellenic Mythology. Berkeley: Moon Books [Washington distributed by Women in Distribution], 1978.

Editor's Note: I am interested in how Moon Press did its distribution. If anyone reading this is familiar with Moon Press and its operations, please contact me at JulieREnszer at gmail dot com.

Motheroot

Mulch Press

New Woman Press

Carol, Chris. Rainbow Warrior Woman: Songs to Celebrate Life on Earth; Songs for Lovers; Songs for Keeping the Peace; Songs for Women. Wolf Creek, OR: New Woman Press, 1983.

Carol, Chris. Silver Wheel: Songs of Womanspirit, for Seasons and Circles. Wolf Creek, OR: New Woman Press, 1979.

Mountaingrove, Ruth. Celebrations: Feminist Songs for Solstice and Equinox, Menarche and Menopause. Wolf Creek, OR: New Woman Press, 1982 (sound recording).

Mountaingrove, Ruth. For Those Who Cannot Sleep: Poems. Wolf Creek, OR: New Woman Press, 1977.

Mountaingrove, Ruth and Jean Mountain Grove. Turned On Woman Songbook. Wolf Creek, OR: New Woman Press, 1975.

New Woman Press also distributed the following titles:

Zana. Herb Womon: Poems and Art. Wolf Creek, OR: New Woman Press, 1983 (distributor.)

Night Heron Press

Out & Out Books

Out & Out Books Bibliography – Chronological Order

Bulkin, Elly and Joan Larkin. Amazon Poetry: An Anthology of Lesbian Poetry. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1975.
Larkin, Joan. Housework: Poems. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1975.
Clausen, Jan. After Touch. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1975.
Klepfisz, Irena. Periods of Stress: poems. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1975, 1977.
Goodman, Bernice. The Lesbian: A Celebration of Difference. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1977.
Sherman, Susan. Women Poems, Love Poems. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1977.*
*Out & Out Books distributed Sherman’s Women Poems, Love Poems though they were not involved in the printing and publishing of the book.
Lapidus, Jacqueline. Starting Over: Poetry. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1977.
Smith, Barbara. Toward a Black Feminist Criticism. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1977, 1980. (chapbook)
Rich, Adrienne. The Meaning of Our Love For Women Is What We Have Constantly to Expand. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1977. (chapbook)
Broumas, Olga. From Caritas: Poem 3. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1978. (broadside)
Kaye, Melanie. Carrington. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1978. (broadside)
Jordan, June and Lynne Reynolds. Unemployment: monologue. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1978. (broadside)
Newman, Felice and Ellen Weiss. Frances Holt. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1978. (broadside)
Tanenhaus, Beverly. To know each other and be known: women's writing workshops. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1978.
Lorde, Audre. Uses of the erotic: the erotic as power. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1978, 1982. (chapbook)
Cook, Blanche Wiesen. Women and support networks. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1979.
Creighton, Jane. Ceres in an open field. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1980.
Russ, Joanna. On strike against God. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1980.
Hacker, Marilyn. Taking notice. Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books, 1980. (chapbook)

Painted Leaf Press

Pearlchild

Corinne, Tee. Ancestors and descendants of George Meares and Louisa Maria Jeffreys: Wales, New Zealand, India, and Florida. Wolf Creek, OR : Pearlchild, 1997

Corinne, Tee. Closures: poems. Wolf Creek, OR: Pearlchild, 2002

Corinne, Tee. Cunt Coloring Book: Drawings. San Francisco, CA: Pearlchild Productions, 1975.

Corinne, Tee. Bill Doody: A Literary Friendship, Text Poems and Drawings. Wolf Creek, OR: Pearlchild, 1994, 1998.

Corinne, Tee. A First Book of Landscape Drawings. Wolf Creek, OR : Pearlchild, 2001.

Corinne, Tee. The graphic art of Jessie Meares. Wolf Creek, OR: Pearlchild, 2000

Corinne, Tee. In the presence or absence of music: poems. Wolf Creek, OR: Pearlchild, 1998

Corinne, Tee. The Little Houses on Women's Lands: Feminism, Photography, and Vernacular Architecture. Wolf Creek, OR: Pearlchild, 2002

Corinne, Tee. Outside inside: a self-portrait. Wolf Creek, OR: Pearlchild, 1998.

Corinne, Tee. Predators. Wolf Creek, OR: Pearlchild, 1998.

Corinne, Tee. San Francisco Haircut, 1975: Radical Imaginings and Lesbian Feminist Photography. Wolf Creek, OR: Pearlchild, 2002.

Corinne, Tee. Self-portrait. Wolf Creek, OR: Pearlchild, 1991.

Corinne, Tee. A Sense of Place: Poems. Wolf Creek, OR : Pearlchild, 2003

Corinne, Tee. The Sex Lives of Daffodils: Growing Up as an Artist who also Writes. Wolf Creek, OR: Pearlchild, 1994, 1997.

Corinne, Tee. Softies: drawings. Wolf Creek, OR: Pearlchild, 1999

Corinne, Tee. What difference does poetry make? Wolf Creek, OR: Pearlchild, 1996, 1998.

Corinne, Tee. Wild Crazy Poems. Wolf Creek, OR: Pearlchild, 2002.

Corinne, Tee. Wild Lesbian Roses: Essays on Art, Rural Living, and Creativity, 1986-1995. Wolf Creek, OR: Pearlchild, 1997, 2003.

Corinne, Tee. Women Who Loved Women: Posters. San Francisco, CA: Pearlchild, 1984.

Corinne, Tee. Woodstoves: drawings. Wolf Creek, OR : Pearlchild, 2001

Corinne, Tee with Harry E. F. Atkins and Jessie Meares. The Woozle that Wasn't; and, The witch that went off "pop": stories. Wolf Creek, OR : Pearlchild, 1997.

Corinne, Tee with Norma Jean Coleman. Mean Norma Jean: autobiographical writing and oral history of Norma Jean Coleman. Wolf Creek, OR: Pearlchild, 1996.

Corinne, Tee with Norma Jean Colman. Norma Jean and Phyllis Ann: A Scrapbook. Wolf Creek, OR: Pearlchild, 1998.

Corinne, Tee with Tamsin Wilton. Intimacies (a book proposal): erotic art. Wolf Creek, OR : Pearlchild, 2000.

Courtot, Martha. Tribe. San Francisco, CA: Pearlchild, 1977.

Courtot, Martha. Journey. San Francisco, CA: Pearlchild, 1977.

Overman, Caroline. Scholar in Hot Pursuit: Essays from WomanSpirit 1978-1982. Sunny Valley, OR: Pearlchild, 1983.

Seajay, Carol. Visual Conceptions: dyke cream/eye to eye: two slide shows. San Francisco, CA: Pearlchild, 1980.

Persephone Press

Beck, Evelyn Torton. Nice Jewish girls: a lesbian anthology. Watertown, MA: Persephone Press, 1982.

Bloch, Alice. The law of return: a novel. Watertown, MA: Persephone Press, 1983.

Bloch, Alice. Lifetime guarantee: a journey through loss and survival. Watertown, MA: Persephone Press, 1981.

Blue, Shelley. The fourteenth witch: poetry. Watertown, MA: Persephone Press, 1977.

Bulkin, Elly. Lesbian fiction: an anthology. Watertown, MA: Persephone Press, 1981.

Bulkin, Elly and Joan Larkin. Lesbian poetry, an anthology. Watertown, MA: Persephone Press, 1981.

Cliff, Michelle. Claiming an identity they taught me to despise. Watertown, MA: Persephone Press, 1980.

Gage, Matilda Joslyn, 1826-1898. Woman, church & state: the original exposé of male collaboration against the female sex. Watertown, MA: Persephone Press, 1980, 1893.

Gearhart, Sally Miller. The wanderground: stories of the hill women. Watertown, MA: Persephone Press, 1978, 1979. The Wanderground is available as a PDF download from Gearhart's website: http://www.sallymillergearhart.net/pdfs/TheWanderground-ebook.pdf

Gearhart, Sally, Miller and Susan Rennie. A feminist tarot. Watertown, MA: Persephone Press, 1977, 1981. A Feminist Tarot is available as a PDF download from Gearhart's website: http://www.sallymillergearhart.net/pdfs/A-Feminist-Tarot.pdf

Klepfisz, Irena. Keeper of accounts. Watertown, MA: Persephone Press, 1982.

Lorde, Audre. Zami, a new spelling of my name. Watertown, MA: Persephone Press, 1982.

Moraga, Cherríe and Gloria Anzaldúa. This bridge called my back: writings by radical women of color. Watertown, MA: Persephone Press, 1981.

Toder, Nancy. Choices. Watertown, MA: Persephone Press, 1980.

Wolfe, Susan J. and Julia Penelope. The coming out stories. Watertown, MA: Persephone Press, 1980.

Archival Material from Persephone Press
http://oasis.lib.harvard.edu/oasis/deliver/~sch01189
Persephone Press was founded in 1976 in Watertown, Massachusetts, by a lesbian-feminist collective called Pomegranate Productions. Its first publication, The Feminist Tarot, helped subsidize the first National Women's Spirituality Conference, Through the Looking Glass, held in Boston in April 1976. The goal of Persephone Press was to produce innovative material to foster lesbian sensibility and to effect social change by building a successful publishing company and communications network. Two of its three founders, Gloria Z. Greenfield and Pat McGloin, served as financial administrator and director of marketing respectively. Persephone Press was sold to Beacon Press in 1983.

Polly Joan and Andrea Chesman in the Guide to Women's Publishing (Paradise, CA: Dustbooks, 1978) note that Persephone Press was "marketing six books at the moment." Those six books were A Feminist Tarot, The Feminist Book of Lights and Shadows (by Z. Budapest), Through the Looking Glass, Susan B. Anthony Coven No. 1, The Beguines, Moondance, and The Fourteenth Witch. Of these, Persephone Press published A Feminist Tarot and The Fourteenth Witch. I believe other publishers published the other books and Persephone Press was marketing them.

Porpoise Press

Sea Horse Press

Shameless Hussy Press

Albert, Mimi. The Small Singer. San Lorenzo, CA : Shameless Hussy Press, 1975.

alta. Deluged with dudes: platonic & erotic love poems to men. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1989.

alta. If we know where the poems come from why don't we just go there: a collection of poems from "Women Making Poetry". San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1975.

alta. Letters to women. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1974, 1976, 1979.

alta. No Visible Means of Support. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1971.

alta. Song of the Wife; Song of the Mistress. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1971. (also listed as: alta and Martha Krech. Song of the wife. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1971.)

alta. Theme & variations: longpoem. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1975.

alta. The Vow: For Anne Hutchinson. San Leandro, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1974

alta. Remember our fire; poetry by women. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1970.

Arcana, Judith. Our Mothers' Daughters. Berkeley, CA Shameless Hussy Press, 1979.

Buyze, Jean. The Tenth Muse: Women Poets before 1806 a rediscovery of 540 women poets lost to history. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1980.

Byrd, Barthy. Home front: women and Vietnam. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1986.

Calamity Jane (1852-1903). Calamity Jane's letters to her daughter. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1976.

Erens, Pamela. Fight for freedom: a slave girl's escape. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1978.

Eriksen, James Adam. Mother racoon and family. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1978.

Griffin, Susan. Dear Sky. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1971, 1973.

Griffin, Susan. The Sink: [six short stories] San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1974.

Hernandez, Felicia. I don't know you but I love you-write me a letter? Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1978.

Jaffe, Jennifer. My special father and me. Berkeley, CA : Shameless Hussy Press, 1981 [Trumansburg, NY: Distributed by Crossing Press].

Krech, Martha. Remember Our Fire: Poetry by Women (& 3 men). San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1970-1979?.

Krysl, Marilyn. Diana Lucifera. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1983.

LaTempa, Susan and Susan Boyd. New plays by women. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1979.

Lifshin, Lyn. The Old House on the Croton. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1973.

Maas, James. Fifteen past seventy: counsel from my elders. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1980.

Maas, James. Speaking of Friends: The Variety of Man-to-Man Friendships. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy press, 1985.

Mackey, Mary. Immersion. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1972.

Mariah, Paul. Personae non gratae: [poems]. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1971, 1973, 1976.

Meltzer, Amanda. The Worlds Tiniest Dog. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1975, 1982.

Murray, Judith. Leila. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1976.

Nations, Opal L. A Pen, Some Paper, Pen & Paper. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1976.

Noda, Barbara. Strawberries. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1979.

Owings, Alison. The Wander Woman's Phrasebook. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1987.

Pamela. Monster Coloring Book. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1977

Parker, Pat. Child of Myself. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1971.

Pepin, Yvonne. Cabin Journal. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1984.

Pepin, Yvonne. Three Summers: A Journal. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1986.

Ratch, Jerry. Clown Birth. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1975.

Ratch, Jerry. Puppet X. San Lorenzo, CA : Shameless Hussy Press, 1973, 1976.

Sand, George (1804-1876) and Frank Hunter Potter. The haunted pool: (la mare au diable). San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1976.

Shange, Ntozake. For colored girls who have considered suicide, when the rainbow is enuf. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1975.

Shange, Ntozake. Sassafrass. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1976, 1977.

Simon, John Oliver. Neither of us can break the other's hold: poems for my father. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1981.

Simon, Kia. The Wise Queen. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1977.

Simon, Kia, Lorelei Bosserman, and Edith Hodgkinson. & everybody is a children. San Lorenzo, Calif. : Shameless Hussy Press, 1974.

Thomas, Heather Smith. Watch out, brother, I'm here! [poems]. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1971.

Travis, Nancy. April & June. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1987.

Todd, Gail. Family Way. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1975.

Yamada, Mitsuye. Camp notes and other poems. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1976.

Yamada, Mitsuye. Camp notes and other poems. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1986.

Wells, Jess. A herstory of prostitution in western Europe. Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press, 1982.

Shameless Hussy Review. San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press 1974-?.

Some of Us Press

Andrews, Bruce. Edge. Washington, D.C., Printed by Arry Press for Some of Us Press, 1973.

Baker, Susan. "She's a Jim-dandy." Washington, DC: Some of Us Press, 1970.

Baker, Susan. Snapshots at Connecticut and K. Washington, DC: Some Of Us Press, 2000.

Cox, Ed. Blocks. Washington, DC: Some of Us Press, 1973.

Dlugos, Tim. High There: Poems. Washington, DC, Some of Us Press 1973.

Dreyer, Lynne. Lamplights Used to Feed the Deer. Washington, DC: Some of Us Press, 1974.

Edgcomb, Gabrielle Simon. Moving Violation. Washington, DC: Some of Us Press, 1973.

Gibson, Margaret. Lunes: Poems. Washington, DC: Some of Us Press, 1973.

Holland, William. How Us White Folks Discovered Rock and Roll. Washington, DC, Some of Us Press, 1973.

Inman, P. What Happens Next. Washington, D.C., Some of Us Press, 1974.

Joselow, Beth. Ice Fishing. Washington, DC: Some of Us Press, 1974.

Lally, Lee. These Days. Washington, DC: Diana Press for Some Of Us Press, 1972.

Lally, Michael. The South Orange Sonnets. Washington, DC: Some Of Us Press, 1972.

Randolph, Leonard. Scar Tissue. Washington, DC: Corporate Press for Some Of Us Press, 1973.

Slater, Robert. A Rumor of Inhabitants. Washington, DC: Some of Us Press 1974

Schuchat, Simon. Blue Skies. Washington, DC: Some of Us Press, 1973

Winch, Terence. Boning Up. Washington, DC: Some Of Us Press, 1972.

Zahniser, Ed. The Ultimate Double Play. Washington, DC: Some of Us Press, 1974.

Editor Note: Some of Us Press is not a lesbian or feminist press as the others in this archive, but the publication of Lee Lally's chapbook in conjunction with Diana Press sparked my interest in the press. There are a number of chapbooks by women on the list as well that I have note reviewed. There is some information about Lee Lally available on this blog: http://douglangsdcpoetryblog.blogspot.com/2007/08/lee-lally.html
I would be happy to receive email correspondence from anyone with information about Some of Us Press.

Spinsters Ink

Chronological Bibliography

Spinsters Ink under stewardship of founders, Judith McDaniel and Maureen Brady

McDaniel, Judith. Reconstituting the World: The Poetry and Vision of Adrienne Rich. Argyle, NY: Spinsters Ink, 1978.
Brady, Maureen. Give Me Your Good Ear. Argyle, NY: Spinsters Ink, 1979.
Lorde, Audre. The Cancer Journals. Argyle, NY: Spinsters Ink, 1980.
Strongin, Lynn. Bones & Kim. Argyle, NY: Spinsters Ink, 1980.
McDaniel, Judith. Elegy from a Hill in Hebron. Argyle, NY: Spinsters Ink, 1981.
Sjoholm, Barbara. Ambitious Women: A Novel. Argyle, NY: Spinsters Ink 1982.

Spinsters Ink under stewardship of Sherry Thomas

Tsui, Kitty. The Words of a Woman Who Breathes Fire. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1983.
Allen, Paula Gunn. The woman Who Owned the Shadows. San Francisco: Spinsters, Ink, 1983.
Swallow, Jean. Out from Under: Sober Dykes and Our Friends. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1983.
Macdonald, Barbara and Cynthia Rich. Look Me in the Eye: Old women, Aging, and Ageism. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1983.

Loulan, JoAnn. Lesbian Sex. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1984.
McDaniel, Judith. Winter Passage. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1984.

Kuzwayo, Ellen. Call Me Woman. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1985.
Deming, Barbara and Joan E. Biren. Prisons That Could Not Hold. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1985.
Grahn, Judy. The Highest Apple: Sappho and the Lesbian Poetic Tradition. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1985.
Pratt, Minnie Bruce. We Say We Love Each Other. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1985.
Barnes, Liz. Hand-Me-Downs: A Novel. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1985.
Pies, Cheri. Considering Parenthood: A Workbook for Lesbians. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1985.

Spinsters Ink co-operating with Aunt Lute Books under stewardship of Sherry Thomas and Joan Pinkvoss

Cameron, Anne. The Journey. Spinsters Ink, 1986.
Gordon, Rebecca. Letters from Nicaragua. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1986.
Swallow, Jean. Leave a Light On for Me: A Novel. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1986.

Anzaldua, Gloria. Borderlands/La Frontera. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1987.
Cameron, Anne. Child of Her People. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1987.
Hall, Sandi. Wingwomen of Hera. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1987.
Lorde, Audre. The Cancer Journals. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1987 (reprint edition).
Loulan, JoAnn. Lesbian Passion: Loving Ourselves and Each Other. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1987.
Scott, Kesho, Cherry Muhanji, and Egyirba High. Tight Spaces. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1987.

Due, Linnea A. High and Outside. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1988.
McRae, Diana. All the Muscle You Need: An Eliza Pirex Mystery. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1988.
Thompson, Karen and Julie Andrzejewski. Why Can’t Sharon Kowalski Come Home? San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1988.
Velez, Diana Lourdes. Reclaiming Medusa: Short Stories by Contemporary Puerto Rican Women. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1988.

Barr, Nevada. Bittersweet. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1989.
De Monteflores, Carmen. Singing Softly/Cantando Bajito: A Novel. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1989.
Pjerrou, Mary. Coz: A Novel. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1989.
Rich, Cynthia. Desert Years: Undreaming the American Dream. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1989.
Swan, Bonita. Thirteen Steps: An Empowerment Process for Women. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1989.

Kaye/Kantrowitz, Melanie. My Jewish Face & Other Stories. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1990.
Kwasny, Melissa. Modern Daughters and the Outlaw West: A Novel. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1990.
Loulan, JoAnn. The Lesbian Erotic Dance: Butch, Femme, Androgyny, and Other Rhythms. San Francisco: Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1990.

Spinsters Ink under stewardship of Sherry Thomas

Butler, Sandra and Barbara Rosenblum. Cancer in Two Voices. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1991.
Kensington, Claire. Elise. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1991.
MacLeod, Ann. Being Someone: A Novel. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1991.
Morell, Mary. Final Session: A Mystery. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1991.
Oleson, Amy. Love & Memory: A Novel: San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1991.
Sang, Barbara and Joyce Warshow. Lesbians at Midlife: The Creative Transition/An Anthology. San Francisco, CA: Spinsters Ink, 1991.

Due, Linnea A. Life Savings: A Novel. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1992.
Kringle, Karen. Vital Ties: A Novel. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1992.
Pincus, Elizabeth. The Two-Bit Tango: A Mystery. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1992.

Spinsters Ink under stewardship of Joan Drury

Sang, Barbara and Joyce Warshow. Lesbians at Midlife: The Creative Transition/An Anthology. Minneapolis, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1991.
MacDonald, Barbara and Cynthia Rich. Look Me In the Eye: Old Women, Aging, and Ageism. Minneapolis, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1991.

Drury, Joan M. The Other Side of Silence. Minneapolis, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1993.
Kwasny, Melissa. Trees Call for What They Need. Minneapolis, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1993.
McDermid, Val. Conferences are Murder: The Fourth Lindsay Gordon Mystery. Minneapolis, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1993.
Morell, Mary. Final Rest: A Mystery. Minneapolis, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1993.
Moore, Madeline. As You Desire. Minneapolis, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1993.
Pincus, Elizabeth. The Solitary Twist: A Nell Fury Mystery. Minneapolis, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1993.
Saracino, Mary. No Matter What: A Novel. Minneapolis, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1993.

Brady, Maureen. Give Me Your Good Ear. Minneapolis, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1994.
Frye, Ellen. Amazon Story Bones. Minneapolis, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1994.
McAllester, Melanie. The Lessons. Minneapolis, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1994.
Reddy, Maureen T. and Martha Roth. Mother Journeys: Feminist Write about Mothering. Minneapolis, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1994.
Stinson, Susan. Fat Girl Dances with Rocks. Minneapolis, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1994.

Pincus, Elizabeth. The Hangdog Hustle: A Nell Fury Mystery. Minneapolis, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1995.

McDermid, Val. Common Murder: The Second Lindsay Gordon Mystery. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1995.
Stinson, Susan. Martha Moody: A Novel. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1995.
Zipter, Yvonne. Ransacking the Closet. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1995.

Butler, Sandra and Barbara Rosenblum. Cancer in Two Voices. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1996.

Drury, Joan M. Silent Words. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1996.
Hartman, Cherry. The Well-Heeled Murders. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1996.
McDermid, Val. Booked for Murder: The Fifth Lindsay Gordon Mystery. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1996.
Roberts, Shelly. Roberts’ Rules of Lesbian Living. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1996.
Roth, Martha. Goodness. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1996.

McDermid, Val. Deadline for Murder: The Third Lindsay Gordon Mystery. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1997.
Bache, Ellyn. The Activist’s Daughter. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1997.
Park, Therese. A Gift of the Emperor. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1997.
Roberts, Shelly. Roberts’ Rules of Lesbian Break-ups. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1997.
Romo-Carmona, Mariana. Living at Night. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1997.

Campbell, Helen. Turnip Blues. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1998.
Drury, Joan M. Closed in Silence. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1998.
McDermid, Val. Report for Murder. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1998.
Roberts, Shelly. Roberts’ Rules of Lesbian Dating. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1998.
Swallow, Jean. A Woman Determined. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1998.

McDermid, Val. Conferences are Murder: The Fourth Lindsay Gordon Mystery. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1999.
Michener, Marian. Dreaming Under a Ton of Lizards. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1999.
Rodgers, Joni. Sugar Land: A Novel. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1999.
Saracino, Mary. Finding Grace: A Novel. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1999. (2000)
Labovitz, Trudy. Ordinary Justice. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 1999.

Dalglish, Cass. Nin. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 2000.
Drury, Joan M. Those Jordan Girls. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 2000.
Labovitz, Trudy. Deadly Embrace. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 2000.
McDermid, Val. Booked for Murder: The Fifth Lindsay Gordon Mystery. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 2000.
Windrath, Helen. They Wrote the Book: Thirteen Women Mystery Writers Tell All. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 2000.

Gearhart, Sally Miller. The Magister. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 2002.

Dykewomon, Elana. Moon Creek Road. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 2004.
Mason, Anita. Perfection. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 2004.

Jordan, Jennifer L. A Safe Place to Sleep: A Kristin Ashe Mystery. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 2006.
Jordan, Jennifer L. Existing Solutions: A Kristin Ashe Mystery. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 2006.
Jordan, Jennifer L. Unbearable Losses. Midway, FL: Spinsters Ink, 2006.
Saint Marie, Francine. The Secret Keeping. Duluth, MN: Spinsters Ink, 2006.

Spinisters Ink under stewardship of Katherine V. Forrest

Merchant, Jane. French Postcards. Midway, FL: Spinsters Ink, 2006.
Taylor, Sheila Ortiz. Outrageous. Midway, FL: Spinsters Ink, 2006.

Cooper, Blayne. The Last Train Home. Midway, FL: Spinsters Ink, 2008.

Brownworth, Victoria A. Day of the Dead. Midway, FL: Spinsters Ink, 2009.
Moore, Mary Carroll. Qualities of Light. Midway, FL: Spinsters Ink, 2009.
Harris, C.M. The Children of Mother Glory. Midway, FL: Spinsters Ink, 2009.
Salvatore, Diane. Benediction. Midway, FL: Spinsters Ink, 2009.

Cordova, Jeanne. When We Were Outlaws: A Memoir of Love & Revolution. Midway, FL: Spinsters Ink, 2011.

Manahan, Nancy and Rosemary Curb. Lesbian Nuns: Breaking Silence. Midway, FL: Spinsters Ink, 2013.
Leach, Marlene. The Inscrutable Mr. Elizabeth. Midway, FL: Spinsters Ink, 2013.

Distribution
Spinsters/Aunt Lute distributed Joan E Biren’s Making a Way: Lesbians Out Front, published by Glad Hag Books (Washington, DC, 1987).

Third Woman Press

Two and Two Press

King, Martha. Women & Children First. Brooklyn, NY: Two and Two Press, 1975.

Lewis, Harry and Marc Shanker. Spring. Brooklyn, NY: Two & Two Press, 1975.

Sherman, Susan. America. Brooklyn, NY: Two & Two Press, 1974.

Sherman, Susan. Women Poems, Love Poems. Brooklyn, NY: Two and Two Press, 1975.

Violet Press

Womanpress

Grier, Barbara. The Possibilities are Staggering. Chicago, IL: Womanpress, 1976.

Description from Flyer: the text of a speech delivered before the 2nd Annual Lesbian Writers Conference, Chicago, Sept. 19, 1975 by Barbara Grier (Gene Damon)
Ms. Grier, principal compiler of The Lesbian in Literature and for several years editor of The Ladder, talks about the herstory of that magazine, the future of lesbian writing and women controlled presses. The question and answer session following the talk is also included.
Available Summer, 1976
16 pges
65 cents

Pope, Penelope. The Enclosed Garden. Chicago, IL: Womanpress, 1977.

Description from Flyer: Ms. Pope is in her early thirties, Chicgo born, and educated in parochial schools. She took her B. A. in English Literature and Philosophy from Mundelein College. She has worked in the Civil Rights Movement and has been active with lesbian and gay publications and organizations.
She thinks of herself as a feminist first and works toward a woman’s idiom in her writing. She sees ours as a period of transition toward an achievable liberation and is writing for that time in our herstory and for those people who have already achieved this liberation in their own lives
Available FAll, 1976
64 pages
$2.25

Taylor, Valerie. For my Granddaughters. Chicago, IL: Womanpress, 1974.

Description from Flyer: the text of a speech delivered before the 1st Annual Lesbian Writers Conference, Chicago, September 13, 1974 by Valerie Taylor
Ms. Taylor, author of several lesbian novels offers a capsule herstory of lesbian literature
16 pages
50 cents

Taylor, Valerie and Jeannette Howard Foster. Two Women: the poetry of Valerie Taylor and Jeannette Foster. Chicago, IL: Womanpress, 1976.

Description from Flyer: Jeannette Foster, now eighty, resides in a nursing home in Arkansas and lives in the timeless world of literature. She has retained the wit, lucidity and passionate dedication to books which commended her to thousands of undergraduates during her long career as a university librarian. In her poems, written between 1916 and 1938, readers will find an intense love of nature as well as a love of women which has room for both idealism and passion.
Dr. Foster was one of Kinsey’s first librarians and in that capacity had access to a vast store of unpublished material which undoubtedly furnished some of the data for her masterpiece, Sex Variant Women in Literature. This definitive work, out of print for many years, will soon be re-issued by Diana Press of Baltimore.
Valerie Taylor set out on the path to personal liberation at the age of forty by ending a disastrous marriage and undertaking the total support and upbringing of three sons. She was a rural teacher and office worker from 1956 to 1975 was employed in the publishing industry.
A feminist, peace activist and an advocate of gay liberation, she also spends considerable time worrying about the problem of feeding the world’s population. She has published seven lesbian novels, two other books and a sizeable body of short material. Now retired and living in the East, she is working on a novel about two women over sixty—love at any age!
Ms. Taylor’s influences range from Edna St. Vincent Millay through Gertrude Stein to Denise Levertov. The verses in this volumer were written between 1940 and 1975.
With photographs by Eunice Militante
64 pages
$3.25

Kuda, Marie. Women Loving Women: A select and annotated bibliography of women loving women in literature. Chicago, IL: Womanpress, 1975.

Approximately two hundred entries covering works published from 1914 to 1974, with annotations.

Various Authors. Women Loving, Women Writing.
an anthology of poetry and prose from the 2nd Annual Lesbian Writers Conference, 1975
Contains material submitted from forty of the one hundred sixty women from all over the country who attended LWC II in Chicago, Setpember 19th through 21st, 1975.
Contributors include high school dropouts and Ph.D.s with a variety of job skills, their ages run from 18 to 62 and their work ranges from the angry to the erotic with some song lyrics, workshop reports and an allegory for children.

Hodges, Beth. Print is our medium : the text of a speech delivered before the 3rd Annual Lesbian Writers Conference Chicago, September 17, 1976. Chicago, IL: Womanpress, 1977.

Women Writing Press

Chesman, Andrea and Polly Joan. Directory of Women Writing. Newfield, NY: Women Writing Press, 1977.

Colbert, Alison. Let the Circle Be Unbroken: Poems. New York, NY: Women Writing Press, 1976.

Joan, Polly. No apologies. New York, NY: Women Writing Press, 1975.

Women's Press Collective

Word Weavers

The Lesbian in Literature by Barbara Grier