Toothpick House 1983
Old Dyke Tales 1984
The Swashbuckler 1985
Home in Your Hands 1986
Dusty's Queen of Hearts Diner 1987
The Amazon Trail 1988
Sue Slate, Private Eye 1989
That Old Studebaker 1991
Morton River Valley 1992
Cactus Love 1994
Off the Rag: Lesbians Writing on Menopause, Anthology Edited with Akia Woods 1996
Rafferty Street 1998
- Jan 15, 2010 2:54 AM Beggar of Love Review by Joy Parks
- Jan 14, 2010 2:17 AM Honored
- Jan 12, 2010 2:30 AM Thanks the Erie Gay News for hosting The Amazon Trail
- Jan 4, 2010 1:04 PM L.L. Raand's new website is up and contains an excerpt from The Midnight Hunt (March 2010).
- Jan 2, 2010 12:10 PM Ambereye by Gill McKnight
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About me - Lee Lynch has been writing about lesbian life and lesbians from the time she came out, almost 50 years ago. She was first published in “The Ladder” in the 1960s. In 1983 Naiad Press published her first books, including Toothpick House and Old Dyke Tales. Her novel The Swashbuckler was presented in NYC as a play scripted by Sarah Schulman. Lynch’s play “Getting Into Life” caused consternation when performed in Tucson, AZ, due to its realistic portrayal of lesbians. Her newest novel, Beggar of Love, will be available this fall from Bold Strokes Books. Her recent short stories can be found in Romantic Interludes and in Read These Lips, at www.readtheselips.com. She has twice been nominated for Lambda Literary Awards and her novel Sweet Creek was a GCLS award finalist. Her reviews and feature articles appeared in “The Lambda Book Report” and many other publications. Lynch’s syndicated column, “The Amazon Trail,” runs in venues such as boldstrokesbooks.com, justaboutwrite.com and camprehoboth.com. She is a recipient of the Alice B. Reader Award for Lesbian Fiction and was been inducted into the Saints and Sinners Literary Hall of Fame. Her other books are available from Star Crossed Productions and through Bold Strokes Books. She lives in rural Florida with her sweetheart and their furry ruffians.
Website - http://leelynch6.tripod.com/
Publisher - http://www.boldstrokesbooks.com/
Sweet Creek available from -
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Sweet Creek -- A story of love, community and the changing tides of time in a town where lesbians come in search of a paradise.
Toothpick House -- Irrepressible cab driver Annie Heaphy falls for a Yalie and brings the old and new gay cultures together.
Old Dyke Tales -- Short stories of lesbian love and life.
The Swashbuckler -- The famous novel about butch/femme relationships and authentic lesbian life in the 1960s and 70s.
Home In Your Hands -- Short stories about the women Lynch's readers have come to love.
The Amazon Trail -- Lynch's early self-syndicated columns from gay papers across the country.
Sue Slate, Private Eye -- An Alleycat detective and a feline torch singer are San Francisco top cats in this mystery spoof.
That Old Studebaker -- Andy Blaine's two great loves are Regina and the car. A story of love and loss on a cross country ride.
Dusty's Queen of Hearts Diner -- Book 1 of the Morton River Valley Trilogy. Dusty and Elly's brainchild is the beating heart of Morton River Valley as well as the target of its bigotry.
Morton River Valley -- Book 2 of the Morton River Valley Trilogy. Paris Collins turns heads and captures hearts as she gets involved with both an immigrant family and the descendent of an uppercrust family.
Rafferty Street -- Book 3 of the Morton River Valley Trilogy -- Annie Heaphy of Toothpick House moves to the Valley seeking love and home.
Cactus Love -- Short Stories with old and new heroines.
Off the Rag -- edited with Akia Woods -- An anthology of personal writings by lesbians about menopause.
2007 Alice B. Reader's Medal
2006 Saints & Sinners Saints & Sinners Literary Hall of Fame inductee.
Member of The Golden Crown Literary Society -
Attends the 2007, 2008 & 2009 GCLS convention -
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