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1 Sep meeting notes; 8 Sep reading list

September 5, 2011


Ten people attended: Burt (read three possible query letters for Madness of March), Casey (read two chapters of Francine Stein), Glenda, JoAnne, Lance, Maddie, Melodye, Rosie (read two chapters of On Thin Ice), Shari and Stace.

News & Notes

DEAR BULLY: 70 Authors Tell Their Stories (6 Sep 2011, HarperTeen), has been nominated for the 2012 Rainbow Book Awards by the American Library Association GBLT Round Table. Several SoCal authors are featured in DEAR BULLY, including PFL’s Melodye Shore. You can read the reviews and/or learn more about the anthology at


Please review this list for accuracy. If you discover any mistakes or omissions, please let us know in advance of the meeting.

Glenda (9/1)
Stace (9/1)
JoAnne (9/1)
Julia (8/25)
Melodye (9/1)
Maddie (9/1)
Jo (8/18)
Lance (9/1)
Shari (9/1)
Jonathan (8/25)
Burt (9/1)
Casey (9/1)
Rosie (9/1)

One Comment leave one →
  1. lvs2read permalink
    September 6, 2011 11:36 am

    Hi! My name is Christie Gibrich, and I work on the Rainbow Project mentioned above in your News and Notes section! I just wanted to let you know that while Dear Bully is most definitely nominated to be on the 2012 Rainbow List, the Rainbow List is not an award- it’s an annual bibliography put out jointly by the GLBT-RT and the SRRT of the ALA. There’s not one book left standing like an award does- we go through the new books and nominate throughout the year (publication range of 18 months so July of 2010 through December of 2011 for this year’s list), then debate their merits during the ALA Midwinter Meeting in January, and come out with an annotated bibliography. Last year we had 32 books on our bibliography, and we hope to keep adding to that number each year as we need more books out there for readers.

    Thank you for noticing us, and for helping us get the word out!

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