|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|Cold Foam - Sarah||Christian St. Croix||
Sarah loves sweetened cold foam on her coffee, voted for Hillary Clinton and just called the police on a Black man at Starbucks.
|DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN EVOLUTION - Mo||Rae Binstock||
A not-so-subtle lesbian diatribe against intolerance, New York, and Hillary Clinton.
|PATRICIA HIGHSMITH - We Are Not Lesbians - Patricia||Hope Lindsay||
Patricia Highsmith loves women.
|PATRICIA HIGHSMITH (Extended Version)||Hope Lindsay||
Patricia Highsmith was a bold and sometimes brassy, tantalizing young woman, who despite being in the vanguard in so many ways, may not have had the courage of her convictions.
|REV - Aston||Rachel Bykowski||
Aston tries to convince Lucky not to give up on her dreams.
|STRIKE: ALL WOMEN STAND UNITED - I Just Want To Be Myself - Honey||Karen Cecilia||
Honey, an early 20's "tom-boy" woman, struggles with mixed messages of gender norms and sexual identity.
|STRIKE: ALL WOMEN STAND UNITED - Sacrifice - Blue||Karen Cecilia||
Blue, a woman in her early 40's, is riddled with self-doubt because she doesn't fit into beauty norms.
|THE REFLECTION POOL - My Father, The Poet - Kate||Nancy Geyer||
Kate makes a surprising discovery about her abusive father.
|THE REFLECTION POOL ADDENDUM - Pathological - Justine||Nancy Geyer||
At age 40, Justine still feels the pain from her lying father’s lack of attention.