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Return to Lesbos

by Valerie Taylor The Feminist Press at CUNY (July 29, 2013)

Sapphic suburban housewife Frances seeks fulfillment and love from the odd girls and twilight lovers of small-town America's queer demi-monde.

The Girls in 3-B

by Valerie Taylor & Tania Modleski The Feminist Press at CUNY (October 01, 2012)

Three small-town girls move to the big city in this reissue of a classic 1950s pulp.

Women's Barracks

by Tereska Torres & Judith Mayne The Feminist Press at CUNY (October 01, 2012)

Steamy, sensitive, and skillfully written page-turner was the first lesbian pulp—and a 4-million-copy bestseller.

Stranger on Lesbos

by Valerie Taylor & Marcia Gallo The Feminist Press at CUNY (July 03, 2012)

Sexy, beautiful, but frustrated… a neglected housewife finds the delights and degradations of forbidden love.

Johnny Would You Love Me If My Dick Were Bigger

by Brontez Purnell The Feminist Press at CUNY (June 13, 2017)

“Brontez is a raw tongue of flame blazing through all the blatant fakery and insincere bullshit of today’s gay/music/human scene. This audacious non-memoir burnt the hair off the back of my neck and had me...


by Maureen Brady & Bonnie Zimmerman The Feminist Press at CUNY (August 15, 2016)

Folly is a working-class, lesbian novel about black and white women who go on strike in a North Carolina factory town—and two of them fall in love. Tillie Olsen said that this novel "speaks with an authenticity,...

The Chinese Garden

by Rosemary Manning & Patricia Juliana Smith The Feminist Press at CUNY (May 30, 2016)

At the Bampford School for Girls, conditions are Spartan, discipline is fierce, and love between students is the ultimate crime. Here, 16-year-old Rachel becomes trapped in a tangle of passions she does not...

Thérèse and Isabelle

by Violette Leduc, Sophie Lewis & Michael Lucey The Feminist Press at CUNY (June 08, 2015)

This hidden classic, censored for half a century, follows the obsessive pleasures and repressed secrets of two schoolgirls in love.