Loudon Wainwright III is not (to my knowledge) a lesbian, but this song, and especially the video, is very funny. Click on the link above for more details.
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I’m taking part in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) again this year and invite you to join me. Participants write a 50,000 word novel during the month of November, with support from the NaNoWriMo organization. Check it out at www.nanowrimo.org You can follow my progress (or lack thereof) and be one of my ‘writing buddies’ and compete against me by visiting my profile at: http://www.nanowrimo.org/eng/user/563340
You can do it! The world needs more lesbian novelists, don’t you think? Click on the link above to see the whole post.
Latest word count: 7177 (41,833 words to go…) I’m writing a novel for National Novel Writing Month. I’ve decided to do it here, and will be adding to this post throughout the month. The task is to write 50,000 words between November 1-30th. We’re not […]
TUESDAY OCTOBER 27 ANI DIFRANCO Centre In Vancouver for The Performing Arts … 777 Homer 8pm Tickets: www.ticketmaster.ca / 604-280-4444 $44.50-$49.50 plus service charges Vancouver first embraced Ani DiFranco in 1992, when she made her debut appearance at the Vancouver Folk Music Festival. Audiences fell […]
Here’s a message from Marlee and Tully: “Our new album “Not Deserted” has just been released worldwide! To hear our online CD release and interview with the lovely Len Rogers in Virginia, USA, go to http://www.rainbowworldradio.com (till Sept 15) Get yourself a cuppa (Aussie for […]
Mary Kathryn Arnold is a Nova Scotian lesbian from Halifax. Editor of Rhythm Poetry Magazine, her poetry has appeared in The Antigonish Review, The New Compass, Mezzo Cammin, The Fiddlehead, and is forthcoming in If Poetry Journal. The Girls They Speak in Spanish for […]
Excerpts from : Subjects of the Visual Arts: Bicycles by Carla Williams / Taisau “Bicycles, introduced in Europe around 1863, were the first democratic means of transportation. In practical terms, bicycles eliminated the reliance on the horse and buggy. The “Golden Age” of bicycles came […]