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Special Author Lecture: Jennifer Fulton

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Special Author Lecture:

Jennifer Fulton

Left Coast Lesbian Literary Conference

Join us on Wednesday, October 7th for a Special Author Lecture with Jennifer Fulton. Presented by the Left Coast Lesbian Literary Conference (LCLC), this award-winning author of 19 novels and recipient of the Alice B. Readers' Appreciation Award (2006) will be discussing her latest book and her career. The lecture will begin at 3:00 p.m. in The Learning Center (TLC).

The 5th Annual Left Coast Lesbian Literary Conference brings readers, writers and publishers together from around the US to promote lesbian literature and inspire up and coming writers.  LCLC consists of 3 fun filled days packed with panel discussions, workshops, author chats, author readings and a Key Note Speaker event at the Palm Springs Public Library. LCLC is open to all Lesfic authors, editors, publishers and readers regardless of publishing status or publishing house. LCLC is produced by Sapphire Books, Curve Magazine and Desert Palm Press.

Jennifer Fulton

Jennifer Fulton is the award-winning author of 19 novels and recipient of the Alice B. Readers' Appreciation Award (2006). Published by Bold Strokes Books, she began writing mysteries under pen name Rose Beecham in 1992. Her first series was published by Naiad Press (USA) and Silver Moon (UK); her second series, featuring protagonist Jude Devine, includes GCLS Goldie award winner Grave Silence (2005).

Jennifer’s romance novels span various sub-genres, from the very romantic Passion Bay (1992) and A Guarded Heart (2008), stories in the best-selling Moon Island series to romantic suspense with some gothic spin: Dark Dreamer (2005), Dark Garden (2009); adventure romance: More than Paradise (2007), and a nod toward erotic romance: Naked Heart (2008). Writing as Grace Lennox, she anticipated the “new adult” trend with Chance (2006) and Not Single Enough (2007).

Over the years, Jennifer has taught numerous classes and is proud to have mentored many authors as an editor. With her spouse Fel and their animal companions, she lives in Santa Fe, where she enjoys teasing guests by writing short performance pieces they must act as home dinner theater. Her 90-minute sell-out show Desperately Seeking Stimulation (1997) was the first lesbian stage comedy presented at the Melbourne Fringe Festival.

After a lengthy time-out to focus on her family, Jennifer picked up her pen again in 2015 and has two new novels forthcoming: Courting Trouble, set in Northern California, and Solace, the long-overdue fifth installment in the Moon Island series.


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