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A masterpiece of lesbian love. -- The Sacramento Star
Subtly, beautifully, with unerring feeling, not only passion but emotion and rationale are limned. -- Mom Guess What
The focus of the novel is love: falling in love, being in love, running away from love. -- The Advocate
The ultimate lesbian love novel. -- The Lesbian News --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Katherine V. Forrest's 15 works of fiction are in translation worldwide. In addition to Curious Wine, she is the author of the lesbian classics An Emergence of Green, and Daughters of a Coral Dawn, the first novel in her award-winning lesbian-feminist utopian trilogy, and her celebrated, award-winning eight-volume Kate Delafield mystery series. Her stories, articles and reviews have appeared in national and international publications. A highly respected fiction editor, she has worked with many published authors, has edited or co-edited numerous anthologies, and conducted seminars and taught many classes in the craft of fiction.
Honors and awards include four Lambda Literary Awards, the Bill Whitehead Lifetime Achievement from the Publishing Triangle, the Pioneer Award from the Lambda Literary Foundation, and a profile in USA Today. Senior editor at the storied Naiad Press for ten years, she is currently supervising editor at Spinsters Ink and editor-at-large for Bella Books.
Excellent story . Hard to put down until finished .Have since read it twicePublished 13 months ago by M. A. Dean
The best lebian love story I read so far... I very highly recommend it-Published on July 14 2003 by An Avid Reader
This was the first book I had read by this particular author and don't know that I'll buy another. It just didn't do it for me. The language was beyond offensive. Read morePublished on June 5 2003
I did not care for this book much, it was well written as all hers is. I have picked it up and put it down several time and this isn't like me. but truly read it you might like it.Published on Oct. 3 2002