Sweet Creek by Lee Lynch

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Sweet Creek is a story of love, community, and the changing tides of time set in a town where trannies, lesbian cops, aging gay hippies, womyn's landers and rural couples come in search of a lesbian paradise. Two left over lesbian hippies, now in their 50's, Donny and Chick run the vegetarian Natural Woman Foods store. In Donny, a black lesbian and Chick, her lover, Lee Lynch continues to depict the struggles of working class butch lesbians and femmes. Author Lee Lynch tackles broad themes that affect us all: love, death, gender and aging in a novel rich with love, friendship, passion, and romance.

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Lee Lynch has been proudly writing lesbian stories since the 1960s when she was a frequent contributor to The Ladder, the only lesbian publication at the time. Since then she has published a dozen books, her stories have appeared in a number of anthologies, and she has written reviews and feature articles for The Lambda Book Report and many other publications. Her syndicated column, "The Amazon Trail," has been running since 1986.
Published January 1, 2006 by Bold Strokes Books. 224 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality, Romance. Fiction

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