They would be divided according to fandom. Crossover fics would appear in all the fandoms they reference. The smut section would have red lighting (for red light districts, duh) and the fluff section would have bean bags and stuffed animals. The angst section would be between fluff and smut so you can cope as you choose. There would be divisions according to pairings. Fan art would decorate the walls. There would be special nights for readings. The computers could be used to write fic and reference the original canon. Each fandom section would be decorated according to the corresponding fandom. The staff would wear cosplays from various fandoms.
*sobs quietly because this doesn’t exist*
the third picture is from the inside of EL ATENEO, the biggest library in buenos aires, argentina. (my city) ;) so cool
You mentioned that you've been reading alot lately. Have there been any good lesbian/subtexty-ness in those books and will you continue to update your lesbian books/movies list?
Yes, I’ve been meaning to update it! And I’d be happy to share with you my latest treasures :)
Terry Pratchett- Monstrous Regiment: Not exactly gay, but the crossdressing is quite the story, and it’s hilariously written. Really, if anyone still hasn’t picked up a book of his? I encourage you to do so.
Emma Doneoghue- Landing: I should’ve known it was the same writer as “Stir-Fry”, the story-telling is similar. A pleasant book about two ladies meeting in an airplane and falling quite hard for the other, but one lives in Ireland, and the other Canada, so they can rarely meet. It’s a sweet story about distant relationship, although not in my all-top favorite lesbian books.
Anne Harris- The Nature of Smoke: The people that sent me this book told me how similar I seemed to be with one of the main characters. Well, I don’t know what to make of it, ‘cause Cid was my favorite character, totally a hippie and I love that chick! Plus her lover totally sounds like a Katchoo (from Strangers in Paradise) to me. This book was different to read, in a very pleasant way, since it didn’t turn around the fact that the two main characters were women and lovers, but had a unique futuristic universe with wild theories on chaos and… the nature of smoke.
Paige Braddock- Jane’s World: A comic! Filled with comic strips! All about a gay character and her (mostly all) gay friends. And there’s thouuuusaandss of strips. Even I had a hard time finishing it all! It’s pretty nice. The drawing’s not superb at all, but it’s perfectly suitable for the mood of the comics, and the humor in itself is nicely written!
Laurie J.Marks- Fire Logic: Frigginnnnnn’ gooood book. I’m so incredibly happy that Fire Logic is only the beginning of the journey, and that there’s still the next three elements to follow! (Earth Logic, Water Logic, Air Logic *not published yet though!*) They’re satisfyingly big books, with a solid fantastic universe, and loveable characters. This one goes in my tops. The main characters are totally gay for each other, but it doesn’t make a big deal out of it because everyone in this universe is naturally bisexual. Which. I. Love. This book (and without a doubt the following books as well) carried me over the clouds and made it hard for me to come down. I eventually did, but not before I finished it all.
And I think that’s it for now :) Now I gotta get back to work!