Quatrefoil Library and The L Spot invite you to come and enjoy a special night with the one and only Karin Kallmaker. Karin will be talking about how romance stories function as social change agents, reading from a few of her books, answering your questions, and signing books. Follow the event on Facebook.
Karin has been exclusively devoted to lesbian fiction since the publication of her first novel in 1989. As an author published by the storied Naiad Press, she worked with Barbara Grier and Donna McBride, and has been fortunate to be mentored by a number of editors, including Katherine V. Forrest.
In addition to multiple Lambda Literary Awards, she has been featured as a Stonewall Library and Archives Distinguished Author. Other accolades include the Ann Bannon Popular Choice and other awards for her writing, as well as the selection as a Trailblazer by the Golden Crown Literary Society. She is best known for novels such as Painted Moon, Substitute for Love, My Lady Lipstick, Maybe Next Time and The Kiss that Counted.
The California native is the mother of two and blogs at https://kallmaker.com/blog/ – Romance and Chocolate. Lesbian novel-length work, novellas and short story collections, including excerpts, audio readings and more – https://kallmaker.com/allabout/
Search on social media for “Kallmaker” – there’s only one.
Reception to follow in the library.
I will be interviewing Karin earlier in the day for “Finding the L Spot” podcast and hope to have it published by September 30, 2018.