Lesbian Express: Book reviews for January 12, 1975

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Lesbian Express: Book reviews for January 12, 1975
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Production reel with general review of lesbian presses and titles of books by and about lesbians with a few selections read and commented upon. Segments: 1. A collection from Diana Press (Baltimore, MD) titled Women Remembered: A Collection of Biographies from the Furies, which includes a chapter on Queen Christina of Sweden; 2. New lesbian fiction from Daughters, Inc. a collective in Plainsfield, Vermont, featuring reviews of Elena Dykewomon (Nachman)'s Riverfinger Women and Nancy Lee Hall's A True Story of a Drunken Mother; 3. Older lesbian novels published by conventional presses: Radclyffe Hall's The Well of Loneliness, Isabel Miller (Alma Routsong)'s A Place for Us; 4. Reviews of Violette LeDuc's La Batarde and the Sense & Sensibility Collective's "Women and Literature: An Annotated Bibliography of Women Writers"; 5. Books published by The Women's Press Collective in Oakland, CA, with a reading from Zulema's Soy and a reading of Elsa Gidlow's love poems; 6. Non-fiction: Reviews of Lesbian/Woman by Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon, The SCUM Manifesto by Valerie Solanas. No intro or outro or identification of reviewers. Previously cataloged as AZ1147.

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KPFA, January 12, 1975
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1 reels (34 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, mono.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archives, 1975
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