Favorite Lesbian Fiction Publisher?
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(This is also a sneaky way for me to learn about new publishers out there as well if y'all have read publishers I haven't). Oh, and, all of the above is a valid answer to... heh... :)
These publishers aren't exclusively lesbian fiction, but have a great selection:
- Arsenal Pulp Press (notably, Blue is the Warmest Color)
- Feminist Press has a "Femmes Fatales" series where they reissue old lesbian pulp novels such as Women's Barracks
- Soft Skull Press has a lot of good stuff, including the Juicy Mother comic series, but I can't seem to find a good link to share
And while Kensington definitely isn't a lesbian press, they do have one of my favorite lesbian fiction authors, Monica Nolan who writes all sorts of fun, campy lesbian novels, if you're into that. :)
>4 lemontwist: I'll have to look into the others that you've mentioned. They look interesting.
I like linked-in-a-series self contained short stories like that (self contained as in each story can stand on its own, though each builds from the prior story in a series). Only recently found series like that one. I've read several so far. Always looking for more. Two different series by J.A. Armstrong (Off Screen, By Design), the series I already mentioned by Rhavensfyre, the Midnight series by Amy Dawson Robertson, the Rain Falls series by Kelli Jae Baeli (actually, those are book length). I was thinking of the Rain Falls ones as being similar as I was able to read them for free through Kindle Unlimited, like the others, but the others are short stories of roughly 30 to 130 pages in length. While Rain Falls is a series of novel length works.
But you asked about Sapphire Books and Rhavensfyre. And, as far as I know, they didn't put out the Chase and Rowan series through Sapphire Books. Or, at least, I see the publisher listed as "Rhavensfyre".
In terms of publishers, I still read Bold Strokes Books, Ylva Publishing, Bella Books, Spinsters Ink, and a bunch of self-publishing authors. A few by Naiad. A few by Cleis Press. A few by Intaglio Publications.