Reading Group: Discussions 2007

LGBT Community Center NYCThe Gay & Lesbian Reading Group, based in New York City, is a friendly and diverse discussion group founded circa 1982. We welcome everyone interested in GLBT Literature, and appreciate all points of view. We read contemporary and classic works of GLBT-related fiction, non-fiction, drama, and poetry. Join us the second Thursday of each month, 8:00pm at the LGBT Community Center, 208 West 13th Street, NYC.

In addition to many GLBT Literature Resources, this site also archives information about the G&L Reading Group from 1997 to today, including all of the books we have discussed.

Books & Resources: 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1999 || Books Only:  1998 | 1997 || Full Index

2007 | January 11: Lost Prophet: The Life and Times of Bayard RustinBook

John D'Emilio's 2003 History

D'Emilio & Rustin Resources


February 8: FingersmithBook

Sarah Waters's 2002 Novel

Waters Resources


March 8: By Night in ChileBook

Roberto Bolaño's 2000 novel

Bolaño Resources


April 12: The PassionBook

Jeanette Winterson's 1987 novel

Winterson Resources


May 10: The Moon and SixpenceBook

Somerset Maugham's 1919 Novel
(also FREE online)

Maugham Resources


June 14: Death Comes for the ArchbishopBook

Willa Cather's 1927 Novel

Cather Resources


July 12: What Maisie Knew

Henry James's 1897 Novel
(also FREE online)

James Resources


August 9: Close Range : Wyoming Stories (with Brokeback Mountain)

Annie Proulx's 1999 story collection

Proulx Resources


September 13: Women in Love

D.H. Lawrence's 1920 Novel
(also FREE online)

Lawrence Resources


October 11: In America

Susan Sontag's 2000 novel

Sontag Resources


November 8: Rendezvous in BlackBook

Cornell Woolrich's 1948 novel

Woolrich Resources


December 13: Fun Home: A Family TragicomicBook

Allison Bechdel's 2004 graphic memoir

Bechdel Resources


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