Best lesbian fiction

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Recently I received an email containing one of my favorite things: a book recommendation. But our exchange left me wondering where the rest of these characters and their authors were hiding out. Taking it as a challenge, I went out in search of queer lady protagonists, taking suggestions from friends and scouring the catalog at the Brooklyn Public Library. Some of the books I found were classics I had the pleasure of discovering for the first time, while others were cult favorites passed along with dog-eared pages and handwritten notes.

50 Lesbian Books & Novels – The Very Best of Lesbian Fiction

Bi and Lesbian Literary Fiction: 16 Novels to Keep You Thinking

Good lesbian books and novels are hard to come by. Extraordinary lesbian books and novels are even harder. We cover all the lesbian classics, the best lesbian romance novels, as well as some lesbian erotica and fantasy novels too. I love it when a book transports me to another place or time, and I can lose myself in my imagination — even just for a short while. In all honestly, I had no idea how extensive and diverse the lesbian fiction genre is.

Lesbian Fiction

Lesbian fiction books are not hard to find these days. Established writers of great lesbian fiction keep on bringing more, as well as the newbie self-publishers promoting their material on global platforms such as Amazon and Lulu. If lesbian movies and TV shows is more your thing, take a look at our list of lesbian movies , lesbian TV shows , and for fans of something shorter and indie, lesbian web series. We really enjoyed this beautifully descriptive crime thriller.
Lesbian literature is an extensive genre-spanning over 2, years. Though the ancient Grecian poet Sappho is credited with producing the earliest forms of lesbian writing, the genre as we know it today began taking shape in the 19th century. Works from this period relied heavily on subtext and most often ended in heartache or tragedy, while the early 20th century saw the arrival of specific references to lesbianism in literature.