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Member: Kelroka

CollectionsLesbian and Lesbian Related (535), Your library (835), To read (259), All collections (1,072)

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Tagsfiction (397), lesbian (281), queer (186), non-fiction (97), anthology (73), memoir (61), mystery (57), feminism (41), essays (41), young adult (40) — see all tags

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About meI'm a queer librarian who enjoys writing, vegetarian cooking, traveling, tasty treats and being a huge nerd.

About my libraryIn my library you will find, a lot of memoirs and anthologies. I can't seem to stop buying them.

I'm currently collecting lesbian fiction, especially small press stuff. Just because I own it does not mean I enjoyed reading it!

GroupsLesbian Bookworms, Queer and Trans Lit, Reading Globally

Favorite authorsSarah Caudwell, Emma Donoghue, Nicola Griffith, Laurie R. King, Eileen Myles, Philip Pullman, Sarah Schulman, Michelle Tea (Shared favorites)

Real nameFruitbat

LocationBoston, Massachusetts

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceFeb 22, 2007

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Thanks for adding the GLCC Library in Pittsburgh to your list of interesting libraries.

I noticed you like reading memoirs. I'm reading Always Julia, the letters of Julia Child and Avis Devoto. It's terrific. Lots of local history for the Boston area folks.
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