Natalie Clifford Barney: An Annotated Bibliography
- includes an introduction with biographical details and information about
Barney's relationships with other writers. The citations include works written by and about
her, and there is also a listing of works in which she appears as a fictional character.
(pdf, plain text and other formats)
Dyke, a quarterly, published in New York
City 1975-1979 - an annotated archive of issues, letters, ephemera and some side trips
Broadsheet - New Zealand's feminist magazine published 1972 - 1997. Plenty
of lesbian content and lesbian authors
feminist magazine with significant lesbian content, published in the UK 1972-1993
Strange Sisters - (an archive) of lesbian
paperback artwork from the 50s and 60s. LILAC has the book Strange sisters :
the art of lesbian pulp fiction 1949-1969 by Jayne Zimet, shelved at 700
in the nonfiction section.
Trouble & Strife, radical feminist magazine with significant lesbian content,
published in the UK 1983-2002 [issues scanned but not digitised]
New Zealand: Lesbian lives
on Te Ara, the online Encyclopaedia of New Zealand
with Renée on the occasion of publication of her memoir These Two Hands;
broadcast on RNZ Saturday Morning programme on 18 Nov 2017; the interviewer was Kim Hill.
Naturally LILAC has the book!
Black Scottish author Jackie
Kay interviewed by Nicola Sturgeon ... and there are a few other videos of her on youtube.
Rita Mae Brown talking about her
background, getting the women's movement to accept lesbians and writing Rubyfruit Jungle.
A 1962 TV interview with Natalie Clifford Barney (1876-1972).
Filmed at her home in the Latin Quarter of Paris, she talks about her life and the great writers
and personalities she met and entertained in her salon. There is more information about her on
1975 TV movie The
Writer in America: Janet Flanner - Janet Flanner (1892-1978) wrote a weekly column for The
New Yorker for 50 years, under the pen name "Genêt". As well as being one of the "women
about Paris". (running time 29:16)
An interview with Jane
Rule (1931-2007) in which she talks about her work as a writer, the effects of that work on a larger
audience, the film adaptation of 'Desert of the Heart', motherhood (which often appears as a theme in
her work), her move from the US to Canada, teaching, art, loneliness, and much more.