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May 9, 2016
Julie Ellis Wrote Lesbian Pulps Her Way

One of the trademarks, the unwritten rules, of lesbian pulp fiction back in the '50s and '60s was that the stories often ended unhappily. This was just one of the rules, however, that Julie Ellis insisted on breaking when she began writing and publishing in the genre. A single mother living in New York City, […]

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May 5, 2016
Gay Girl Pulp Novel Now Available

We are happy to announce our new release - Gay Girl by Joan Ellis. The story revolves around a brilliant yet lonely physician, Phyllis, who is at peace with her sexual orientation and is searching for a love that will last. Phyl spends most nights haunting the bars, meeting women, and taking many of them to bed. […]

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February 11, 2016
Marijane Meaker and Spring Fire

Marijane Meaker published Spring Fire, the lesbian pulp fiction novel that launched the genre, under the pen name, Vin Packer. In fact, she had several pseudonyms including Ann Aldrich and M.E Kerr. I am willing to bet that most lesbian pulp fiction novelists from the 50s had at least one. It would have been more […]

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December 22, 2015
Novelist and Activist Valerie Taylor

Lesbian pulp fiction author Valerie Taylor (pseudonym of Velma Young) bettered the world not only through her writing, but also through her activism. She was a poet, a teacher, and a mother. She funneled her passion for gay rights into her plots, and experienced great success in her writing career. Young began publishing articles in […]

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November 29, 2015
Patricia Highsmith Breaking Barriers

In our modern culture, we are used to hearing the term Girl Power. It tends to define the resiliency of girls who have the strength and courage to break out of the limitations of gender that lingering patriarchal notions try to apply to them. In short, the term refers to females who break rules and […]

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