Book Bag

They Weren’t Afraid of Virginia Woolf

If only women had written in Woolf’s day, the English novel would have still been in very capable hands. From Mansfield to Gibbons to Hall, here are authors who need not stand in Woolf’s long shadow.

Full Heart

Lesbian Love and the Perfect Murder

As her latest novel, “The Paying Guests,” is published, bestselling author Sarah Waters talks about love, sexuality, subverting history, aging—and affairs with straight women.

Reality Star Opposes Reality TV

The View's Elisabeth Hasselbeck, a former Survivor star, declares a "personal war on The Bachelor" for letting her down emotionally. Melissa Etheridge talks about lack of sex in lesbian relationships. Cue another heart wrenching poem from her ex...now.