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Harrington Lesbian Literary Quarterly

Published/Hosted by Taylor and Francis Group. ISSN (printed): 1556-9225. ISSN (electronic): 1556-9233.

Discontinued in 2007. The Harrington Lesbian Literary Quarterly (retitled from the Harrington Lesbian Fiction Quarterly to better reflect its focus) is an international journal that focuses on lesbian writing, including fiction, novel excerpts, poetry, essays, and drama. Affiliated with the Gay/Lesbian Caucus of the Modern Language Association and the Council of Editors of Learned Journals—and critical for any college or university library where LGBT studies are in the curricula—the Harrington Lesbian Literary Quarterly is designed to serve as an essential professional publication for faculty and students engaged in literary and culture studies. It features artwork, graphics, and photography reflecting the themes of lesbian life experiences. The journal is diverse and international 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. You’ll find essays that focus on social issues, women’s issues, lesbian issues, and literary issues that have special appeal to women and especially to lesbians. Intelligent and provocative, the Harrington Lesbian Literary Quarterly strives to make a significant contribution to the visibility and accessibility of lesbian writing.

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