… none yet.
Hollywoodn’t : A Queer Postcard Book
by Laurence Jaugey-Paget
Gaybookworld.com: “Filled with glamour queens and lusty sailors, Hollywoodn’t is an amusing postcard collection of classic 1920s to 1950 Hollywood images from a gay and lesbian angle.”
Nice Girls Don’t: Erotische Fotografien by Laurence Jaugey-Paget.
text in English and German by Regina Nössler
Tubingen, Germany: konkursbuch Verlag Claudia Gehrke, 1999
Paperback, ISBN 3-88769-136-9
Libertas.co.uk: “Erotic Photographs – She photographs women in a sexy congenial way, in excitingly erotic poses and dreamy love scenes(…) This wonderfully erotic book contains over 100 stunning pictures of women – together, alone, making love, riding motorbikes, smiling, growling; being provocative, loving or just plain sassy.”
Welcome Home: Building the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival
by photographer Angela Jimenez
limited edition run of 1000 copies self-published by Angela Jimenez Photography, August 2009
120 pages, hardcover. Black & White and Color photographs
Welcome Home is the first documentary photography project about the tight-knit, all-female worker community that has been building and operating the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival, one of the oldest and largest lesbian-feminist-separatist gatherings in the world, on private land in Michigan, USA since 1976.
Women Artists of the American West
Ed. by Susan R. Ressler
Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., Inc., 2003
Lesbian artists discussed in the book include: Kim Anno, Bernice Bing, Barbara Bruch, Laura Gilpin, Amana Johnson, Nancy Macko and Agnes Martin.
Johnson, Frances Benjamin
Frances Benjamin Johnson – what a woman can do with a camera : [exhibition catalog written by Frances Middlestorb].
ISBN 10 0906361451
Otherwise: Imagining Queer Feminist Art Histories
Edited by Amelia Jones and Erin Silver
From the series: Rethinking Art’s Histories
Manchester University Press
Otherwise: Imagining queer feminist art histories is the first publication to address queer feminist politics, methods and theories in relation to the visual arts, including new media, installation and performance art. (…) This book fills the gap by offering a range of essays by key North American and European scholars, both emerging and renowned, who address the historiographic and political questions arising from the relationship between art history and queer theory in order to help map exclusions and to offer models of a new queer feminist art historical or curatorial approach.
Jones, G. B.
edited by Andrea Juno
Juno Books, 1997
edited by Steve LaFreniere
commentaries by Kevin Killian, Dodie Bellamy, Dennis Cooper and others
Feature Publications, 1996
What’s Wrong? Explicit Graphic Interpretations Against Censorship
edited by Robin Fisher
Arsenal Pulp Press, 2002
NB! The fact that an artist is mentioned in this website it is of course no guaranty that she will be lesbian, bisexual or queer tomorrow, nor that the authors of the above books are “out and proud” in their writings…