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Harrington Lesbian Fiction Quarterly

Published/Hosted by Taylor and Francis Group. ISSN (printed): 1522-8894. ISSN (electronic): 1522-905X.

Discontinued in 2005. Continued by Harrington Lesbian Literary Quarterly (1556-9225). Harrington Lesbian Fiction Quarterly is an international journal that focuses on lesbian writing, including fiction, novel excerpts, poetry, essays, and drama! This quarterly publication features artwork, graphics, and photography reflecting the themes of lesbian life experiences. HLFQ is diverse in its scope, presenting writers and artists of all interests, ethnic backgrounds, and ages who can bring varied experiences and points of view to this forum of lesbian literature. Intelligent and provocative, HLFQ strives to make a significant contribution to the visibility and accessibility of lesbian writing. There is no other journal on the market that features lesbian fiction writing, nor has there been such a work in several years! Past issues have featured works from such well-known and well-respected writers and artists as Donna Allegra, Tee Corinne, Claire Coss, Jane Futcher, Carolyn Gage, Beatrix Gates, Elena Georgiou, Margherita Giacobino, Gerry Gomez-Pearlberg, Morgan Gwenwald, Karla Jay, Willyce Kim, Achy Obejas, Ruthann Robson, and Sarah Schulman. HLFQ offers readers an interesting and honest look into the world of lesbian fiction and the wonderful ways of lesbian life.The journal is an ongoing, exciting publication that reflects the scope and variety of lesbian writing. HLFQ is a vital and important publishing opportunity for lesbian authors and a valuable resource and reference for lesbian studies theorists. In addition, HLFQ appeals to the academic field as an important text for programs in postmodern fiction, creative writing, women's studies, sociology, psychology, gender studies, and alternative cultures.

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