Chicken: A Novel

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Alyson books, 1997 - Fiction - 238 pages
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After being dumped by her longtime lover, Lynn finds herself catapulted into a whole new sexual world. First she's pursued by 23-year-old free-spirited Lexy, then by 25-year-old antifeminist Jude. After Lynn escapes to Cherry Grove, Lexy unexpectedly shows up. And then Jude. Is there any chance Lynn can keep her sanity while dealing with one ex, two demanding new lovers, and three hours of sleep a night? What happens next is pure fireworks in this hilarious, engaging story of the pursuit of lesbian love in the late '90s.

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Paula Martinac is the author of three novels, including "Out of Time, which won the Lambda Award for Lesbian Fiction. She is also the author of "The Queerest Places: A National Guide to Gay and Lesbian Historic Sites. She lives in New York City with her life partner, Katie Hogan.
Roberta Achtenberg, former Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, was the highest-ranking openly gay official in the Clinton administration.

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