Books by Terry Wolverton

HERS2 by Terry Wolverton
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 26, 1997

Nicely varied collection of 21 new stories by lesbian writers, a follow-up to 1995's Hers. Read full book review >
HIS2 by Robert Drake
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 26, 1997

"Overall, a useful survey, stressing the diversity of tone and intention in gay fiction."
The second volume in an ongoing series (His, 1995) offering 19 previously unpublished stories on gay themes by both new and established writers. Read full book review >
BAILEY'S BEADS by Terry Wolverton
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 1, 1996

"One could argue that Wolverton aims too high here, but the flaws are generally overpowered by confident style and affecting characters."
Poet Wolverton (ed., Hers: Brilliant New Fiction by Lesbian Writers, 1995) wears many hats—her ambitious debut as a novelist features several poems that could stand alone, a story-within-the- story that gives some needed distance from her characters (to tell what would otherwise be a now-trite incest tale), and a stark but melodious prose style. Read full book review >
HIS by Robert Drake
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 1, 1995

"Not uniformly brilliant, but in places luminous."
Installment number two in a proposed annual series of paired collections featuring gay and lesbian writers (see Hers, p. 811). Read full book review >
HERS by Terry Wolverton
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 1, 1995

"An eclectic, charismatic collection with just a few dissonant clunkers."
Twenty-one stories by some of America's most promising lesbian writersfor a discerning literary audience of all genders and orientations. Read full book review >