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AT GREAT PRICES!
Values to $25.'
THE TWO OF US, by Larry ]. Uhrig, $7.00.
Any two people trying to build a fulfilling
relationship today face major hurdles. A lesbian or gay couple faces even more. Here, a
Metropolitan Community Church pastor
draws on his counseling experience to provide
a practical handbook about how to make a
lesbian or gay relationship work.
ROCKING THE CRADLE: Lesbian mothers,
by Gillian E. Hanscombe and Jackie Forster,
$7.00. Here is the first book to thoroughly
look at the social and personal implications of
lesbian motherhood, the implications of
alternative insemination, and the feelings of
children growing up with lesbian mothers.
THE LAVENDER COUCH, by Marny Hall,
$8.00. Therapy can help us overcome many oi
life's hurdles. Yet how many of us really
know how to choose a therapist, or how to get
the most out of therapy? Here, a lesbian
therapist provides valuable guidelines for
anyone already in, or contemplating, therapy.
THE WANDERGROUND, by Sally Gearhart,
$7.00. These absorbing, imaginative stories
tell of a future women's culture, created in
harmony with the natural world. The women
depicted combine the control of mind and
matter with a sensuous adherence to their
own realities and history. "Sally Gcarhart's is
a wonderful, luxurious world," writes Joanna
Russ, and the San Francisco Chronicle calls
her book "a masterful Utopian fiction. . . ingeniously conceived and artfully executed."
THE LAW OF RETURN, by Alice Bloch,
$9.00. After a summer vacation in Israel, a
young American woman settles there. She explores Orthodoxy as well as her own feelings
about relationships and sexuality, and eventually comes to grips with her love for
women "Alice Bloch is a fine writer - I want
to read everything she writes," said Grace
Paley in reviewing The Law of Return.
IRIS, by Janine Veto, $7.00. When Iris and
Dee meet in Hawaii, all they want is to live
together in this island paradise. But circumstances force Ins to flee to the Greek islands;
when she and Dee are reunited, they find that
their love must face a formidable foe if it is to
LONG TIME PASSING, by Marcy Adelman,
ed., $8.00. In their own words, women talk
about age-related concerns: the fear of losing a
lover; the experience of being a lesbian in the
1940s and 50s; the issues of loneliness and
community. "A hopeful, heartening book,"
writes Louise Rafkin in On Our Backs.
LIFETIME GUARANTEE, by Alice Bloch,
$7.00. In this personal journal of a woman
faced with the impending death of her sister
from cancer, Alice Bloch explores the themes
of survival, support, and affirmation of life.
"The tremendous power, beauty and eloquence of Lifetime Guarantee comes from
Alice Bloch's courage to look, to see, to think,
to write," says Susanna Sturgis in Off Our
DANCER DAWKINS AND THE CALIFORNIA KID, by Willyce Kim, $6.00. Poet
Willyce Kim's first novel won wide praise as a
delightful story of lesbian adventure, love,
and lust. "Her words dance through tbe
pages," writes Lee Lynch in The Women's
Review of Books. "Kim's writing makes clear
the difference between merely describing lesbian relationships and delighting in them,"
says the Feminist Bookstore News.
LEGENDE, by Jeannine Allard, $6.00, Jean-
nine Allard has brought to life a legend that
still circulates in France: the story of Phil-
ippa, who at the age of sixteen posed as a boy
so that she could go to sea; and Aurelie, the
woman she later came to love. But they had
no model for how two women could love and
live together; this story describes the difficult
path they chose.
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