DO YOU HAVE A HANKY?
Back in April, Sarah told you about out musician Sandra Grace‘s amusing video for "Do You Have a Lover." Here it is again just in case you missed it the first time:
Grace is back, but this time with something a bit more doleful. Undeterred by her adventures in clubland, and after finally finding someone who did not already have a lover, the new single is all about relationships. Grace’s video for "Stay With Me" depicts a lesbian love affair from its conception to its death:
I think it’s clear that whether she’s settled or single, Grace still uses the Meisner technique for songwriting.
BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE!
Trey Anthony tells us that a recent episode of ‘da
Kink in my Hair (Episode 8) about a black Caribbean lesbian coming out inspired much debate. You can watch the episode
online at dakinkinmyhair.com.
Classic lesbian pulp fiction-turned-play The Beebo Brinker Chronicles is moving to Off Broadway in February, with previews beginning on Feb. 19.
Malinda and Sarah P.’s vlog, The Lo-Down, will be returning on Tuesday, Jan. 15, not Jan. 8, due to the fact that they need an extra week to make their vlog bigger and better than ever.
In her last BLWE column, scribegrrrl introduced you to the new web series Rebecca Drysdale Is a Time-Traveling Lesbian. Now we’ve made it even easier for you to see it — you can watch all eight episodes on AfterEllen.com. The more people who watch it, the more likely HBO will be to fund future episodes of the show. Think, McFly, think!
This weekend is a veritable bonanza for lesbians on TV. Check out the season premieres of The Wire, Cashmere Mafia and The L Word this Sunday. For the latest information on Cashmere Mafia, check out our spiffy new Cashmere Mafia hub page, and look for our interview with The L Word‘s Kate Moennig and Leisha Hailey on Monday!
That’s it for this week! Check back next Friday for another edition of Best. Lesbian. Week. Ever.