Today’s top news comes from Seven Seas and represents the very wrongest I have ever been about a Yuri title in my whole life. ^_^ Seven Seas has licensed Nagata Kabi’s My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness. I haven’t had a chance to read it, yet, but I’ll bump it up on the review pile. The news is a double-fisted bit of good news, because our friend Jocelyne Allen is working on the translation! The English edition has a June 2017 release date.
Lauren Bullock over at Black Nerd Problems has offered up the Five Queer AF Comics Starring Black and Brown Women and I’m just standing behind her nodding enthusiastically. I’m a huge fan of Agents of the Realm (and fangirled all over Mildred at Flamecon!) and Ari North’s Always Human.
And via YNN Correspondent Elizabeth F, James Whitbrook’s passionate request that Marvel do better at LGBTQ representation on io9.
Grand Stage Live is…live! Check out this picture of the ladies of the Grand Stage on stage.
The live action Saki cast has full cast visuals, according to Komatsu-san over at Crunchyroll News.
The Economist looks at the power of comics journalism.
We’re heading into the final week of Dangerous Women: Tales of Queer Villainy and we still have some stretch goals to reach! If you read this blog regularly, I know you love good lesbian fiction and I’m not joking when I tell you this is some of the best I’ve ever read. So please get in there and back this project! I and 12 others have given it my blood, sweat and tears and we want it to get as much love as possible!
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