The Lesbian Book Club with Anna Larner – Author Interview

I had a wonderful time chatting about my latest book Love's Portrait with Clare Lydon. We also chatted about the craft of writing, the importance of never giving up, and why Leicester is the perfect canvas for my stories. Clare also does a run-down of the Amazon Lesbian Fiction charts in the US & UK.  … Continue reading The Lesbian Book Club with Anna Larner – Author Interview

Love’s Portrait – A extract from the first chapter.

Context of Extract Museum Curator Molly Goode (central character) has just attended a museum funding meeting with her boss Evelyn Fox and the Chairman of the Trustees Mark Drew. Her suggestions that the museum should focus on more diversity and community based projects are rebuffed in favour of securing the ongoing patronage of the Wright … Continue reading Love’s Portrait – A extract from the first chapter.

Anthology of Poetry and Prose “We want to tell you how …”

I am delighted to be a part of this wonderful anthology of poetry and prose celebrating women’s loves, lives and landmarks. Fourteen women have contributed to this anthology. We share our experiences of love and life ... and the landmarks that mark our progress through our lives ... in our own very varied styles, using … Continue reading Anthology of Poetry and Prose “We want to tell you how …”

Lesbian Lives Conference 2017 – Anna Larner

I'm excited to be presenting a paper at the Lesbian Lives Conference. (Brighton, Friday 24th February 2017). Session Title: Permutations of Lesbian Love in Popular Fiction. The title of my paper is Compelled to write - A writer's perspective on the question 'Why do we write stories of lesbian love?' "Why do we write stories of … Continue reading Lesbian Lives Conference 2017 – Anna Larner