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Wednesday, 16 November 2011 00:13

Amelia, 14, Launched The Make It Safe Project

Written by

Amelia-Roskin-Frazeel

At the end of the year, we will propose to you to vote and to give some awards and Amelia Roskin-Frazeel could be one of the nominees if we just look on her resume as a LGBT activist.

sappho

Dear Sappho,

I know that Sappho was an Ancient Greek poet from the island of Lesbos. She was one of a canon of nine Greek lyric poets. Lyric poetry is a form of poetry that expresses personal and emotional feelings. In the ancient world, lyric poems were played to the lyre. Today Lyric poems don't have to rhyme or need to be set to music. Most of her poetry, which was well known and greatly admired throughout antiquity, has been lost, or destroyed. What I don't know is the other lyric poets in the cannon.

Lesbian Poet

Friday, 23 September 2011 00:00

Please Describe the Sapphic Meter

Written by

lgbt pens lrg

 

Dear Sappho,

Is there really a poetry meter named after you? Could you please describe that style and explain a little bit about the various terms regarding your poetry form and technique. It seems specific but I can't put my finger on the precise form. Thank you. I  a lifelong huge fan and admirer of your poetry.

Sincerely, Poetry Lover

Thursday, 08 September 2011 03:31

Exploring Gender: The Literature of Gender

Written by

middlesex

 

 

 

I spend a lot of my time reading, placing myself into stories to escape for a little while. It’s nice to find stories with characters in which you can see yourself. Which leads to this week’s post: a list of books or poems dealing with gender. Most of these I have read (or seen performed in some cases), some I have on my list to read. They all offer another perspective on gender, whether through the eyes of a character or an individual. If you would like to add any books or poems or review one on the list, please leave it in the comments.

Friday, 26 August 2011 00:15

No Lesbian Books To Read In New Jersey For Students

Written by

norwegian-wood

There will be no books with lesbian sex scenes to read during the summer for the students of Williamstown, New Jersey.

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