She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not by Lesléa Newman
Romantic Fiction by Lesléa Newman

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Here is a new collection of Lesléa Newman's fiction at its finest. In A Stone's Throw, two butch buddies become more than buddies, though neither of them will admit it. In Mothers of Invention, one woman in a relationship wants a child, but her partner won't learn the true meaning of compromise and commitment. And in Girls Will Be Boys, a straight woman-at least she thinks she's straight-discovers a shocking fact about her "boyfriend." Whether the stories are serious, as in Keeping a Breast when a woman discovers a lump in her breast while making love, or hilarious, as in Flights of Fancy when a femme surprises herself by being attracted to another femme, She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not showcases Newman's talent for portraying the lesbian community in all its glory with compassion, wit, and heart.

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National Advertising: The Advocate, Girlfriends, Sojourner, The Lesbian Review of Books
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Author Appearances: Boston, Amherst, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, San Francisco, Los Angeles

Lesléa Newman has written and edited more than 20 books. Four of her books have been Lambda Literary Award finalists. A native New Yorker, she lives in Northampton, Mass.

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About Lesléa Newman

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Lesl?a Newman is the author of more than sixty books for readers of all ages, including the children's classic Heather Has Two Mommies, as well as the young adult novel Jailbait, the middle-grade novel Hachiko Waits, and the adult poetry collection Still Life with Buddy. Her award-winning short story ?A Letter to Harvey Milk? has been adapted for the stage. She has been awarded poetry fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Massachusetts Artists Foundation and is on the faculty of Spalding University's MFA brief-residency in writing program. She is also a former poet laureate of Northampton, Massachusetts. In addition, she works closely with the Matthew Shepard Foundation as a member of their speakers? bureau. She has visited schools all over the country giving her presentation ?He Continues to Make a Difference: The Story of Matthew Shepard.? Lesl?a Newman lives in Holyoke, Massachusetts.
Published June 27, 2012 by Curtis Brown Digital. 197 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction