List of lesbian periodicals in the United States

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A timeline of notable lesbian magazines, periodicals, newsletters, and journals in the United States organized by the initial publication date and then title. For a global list, see the list of lesbian periodicals.

Era Name Start date End date Location Publishers Frequency Notes Identifier References

1940s–1960s (Before Stonewall riots) ​[edit]

Vice Versa[a] 1947 1948 Los Angeles, California Lisa Ben Monthy First documented lesbian periodical in the United States. OCLC 1624255 [1][2]
The Ladder 1956 1972 San Francisco, California Daughters of Bilitis Monthly/bimonth First widely distributed lesbian periodical in the United States. ISSN 0023-7108 [2]
Daughters of Bilitis–Philadelphia Newsletter 1967 1968 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Philadelphia chapter of Daughters of Bilitis [1][3]
No More Fun and Games[b] 1968 1973 Somerville and Cambridge Massachusetts Cell 16 and Female Liberation Irregular Considered by some scholars to be the first lesbian magazine to espouse separatist feminism. Untitled (1968) and titled The Female Slate (1970). OCLC 2265148 [4][5][6]
Maiden Voyage 1969 1970 Boston, Massachusetts Boston chapter of Daughters of Bilitis Continues as Focus: A Journal for Gay Women (19711983) OCLC 42316511 [7][8][9]

1970s ​[edit]

Ain't I A Woman[b] 1970 1974 Iowa City, Iowa AIAW Collective/Iowa City Women's Liberation Front Publications Collective Twice a month ISSN 0044-6939OCLC 2221525 [10][11]
off our backs[c] 1970 2008 Washington, D.C. off our backs, inc. ISSN 0030-0071OCLC 1038241
Sisters: By and For Lesbians[d] 1970 1975 San Francisco, California San Francisco chapter of Daughters of Bilitis Monthly ISSN 0049-0644 [12][2][13][14][15][9]
Amazon: A Midwest Journal for Women[b] 1971 1984 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Amazon Collective Monthly (19721976), bimonthly (19761984) ISSN 2381-0718 [16][17]
Focus 1971 1983 Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts Boston chapter of Daughters of Bilitis Continues as Maiden Voyage (19691971). Subtitled A Journal for Gay Women (19711977), A Journal for Lesbians (19771983). OCLC 233599645, 233599608 [1][18][14]
Killer Dyke 1971 1972 Chicago, Illinois "Flippies" or the Feminist Lesbian Intergalactic Party Once a year Satire magazine OCLC 25217267, 1000821785 [8][19]
Lavender Vision[b] 1971 Cambridge, Massachusetts OCLC 2263450 [9]
LA DOB Newsletter 1971 1972 Los Angeles, California Los Angeles chapter of Daughters of Bilitis Continued as Lesbian Tide (1971–1980)
Lavender Woman[b] 1971 1976 Chicago, Illinois OCLC 28896850 [9]
Lesbian Tide[b] 1971 1980 Los Angeles, California Jeanne Córdova Continued as LA DOB Newsletter (1971–1972) ISSN 0270-8167 [9][2][12][20]
Mother 1971 Stanford, California Mother Publications Continues as Proud Woman (1972) OCLC 2264422 [9]
Purple Star: Journal of Radicalesbians 1971 Ann Arbor, Michigan Women's Liberation of Ann Arbor OCLC 942695178
Reach Out 1971 1972 Detroit, Michigan Detroit chapter of Daughters of Bilitis OCLC 2266772, 1000926490 [8]
Scarlet Letter 1971 1972 Madison, Wisconsin [8][21]
Siren: A Journal of Anarcho-Feminism 1971 Chicago, Illinois [8]
Spectre[b] 1971 1972 Ann Arbor, Michigan OCLC 18917439 [9]
Amazon Quarterly[b] 1972 1975 Oakland, California and West Somerville, Massachusetts OCLC 2750571 [1][14]
ALFA Newsletter 1973 1976 Atlanta, Georgia Atlanta Lesbian Feminist Alliance Continues as Atalanta (1977–1994) [8][12]
Better Homes and Dykes Newsletter of the Lesbian Alliance 1972 Iowa City, Iowa [22]
Echo of Sappho[b] 1972 1973 Brooklyn, New York Sisters for Liberation OCLC 2320647 [1][12]
Furies[b] 1972 1973 Washington, D.C. The Furies Collective ISSN 0046-5305OCLC 2334944 [1][2]
Lesbians Fight Back 1972 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [1][8]
Maine Freewoman's Herald: A Mostly Lesbian Journal 1972 Portland, Maine [16]
National Lesbian Information Service News 1972 San Francisco, California [9]
Portcullis 1972 Los Angeles, California [9]
Purple Rage 1972 NYC [9]
Proud Woman 1972 Stanford, California Mother Publications Continues as Mother (1971) OCLC 25185782 [9]
Tres Femmes 1972 San Diego, California [9]
Coming Out Rage 1973 NYC [1]
Cowrie 1973 1974 NYC Community of Women [1][12]
Cries from Cassandra 1973 Chicago, Illinois The Amazon Nation [12]
Desperate Living 1973 1977 Baltimore, Maryland [1][23]
Dykes and Gorgons[b] 1973 Berkeley, California OCLC 55515875 [1][24]
Gay Revolution of Women Newsletter 1973 1974 Rochester, New York Gay Revolution of Women (GROW) Continues as Women in Sunlight (1974), New Women's Times (1974–1985), and Lesbian Resource Center Newsletter (1974) [25][26]
The Lesbian Feminist 1973 1979 NYC [1]
Moonstorm 1973 1980 St. Louis, Missouri Lesbian Alliance of St. Louis, Missouri [27]
Mother Jones Gazette 1973 1974 Knoxville, Tennessee [9]
One-to-One: A Lesbian/Feminist Journal of Communication 1973 NYC [9][8]
Sapphire 1973 San Francisco, California [9]
So's Your Old Lady 1973 1979 Minneapolis, Minnesota [9]
The Udder Side 1973 NYC [9]
Albatross 1974 1980 East Orange, New Jersey Albatross Collective Varied subtitles but usually The Lesbian Feminist Satire Magazine [28]
Lesbian Connection[c] 1974 Present Michigan Ambitious Amazons Free to lesbians everywhere ISSN 1081-3217 [2]
Lesbian Resource Center Newsletter 1974 Rochester, New York Continues as Gay Revolution of Women Newsletter (1973), Women in Sunlight (1974), and New Women's Times (1974–1985) [12][29][30]
Lesbian Voices 1974 1981 San Jose, California [9]
Mom's Apple Pie: Newsletter of the Lesbian Mother's National Defense Fund 1974 1985 Seattle, Washington Lesbian Mother's National Defense Fund [23][31]
Purple Cow 1974 1976 Columbus, Ohio [23][32]
Quest: A Feminist Quarterly[b] 1974 1985 A radical feminist journal. [33][34]
Satin for Gay Women 1974 San Jose, California [9]
Wicce 1973 1975 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [9][35]
WomanSpirit[b] 1974 1984 Wolf Creek, Oregon Ruth and Jean Mountaingrove The first lesbian-feminist periodical about spirituality. [36][37][38]
Women in Sunlight 1974 Rochester, New York Continues as Gay Revolution of Women Newsletter (1973), New Women's Times (1974–1985), and Lesbian Resource Center Newsletter (1974) [12][39][30]
Dyke: A Quarterly[b] 1975 1978 NYC OCLC 21506187 [1]
Goodbye to All That: A Lesbian Feminist Publication 1975 1977 Austin, Texas Austin Lesbian Organization Continues as LesBeFriends [16][12]
Lesbian-Feminist Union News 1975 1978 Louisville, Kentucky [40]
Lesbian Herstory Archives Newsletter 1975 Present NYC Lesbian Herstory Archives ISSN 1064-0819 [40]
The Lesbian Lipservice 1975 1976 Ann Arbor, Michigan [9]
Lesbian News 1975 Present Los Angeles, California ISSN 0739-1803 [41][42][20]
The Lesbian Newsletter 1975 Ann Arbor, Michigan [9]
New Women's Times[b] 1975 1985 Rochester, New York New Women's Times, Inc. Monthly Continues as Gay Revolution of Women Newsletter (1973), Women in Sunlight (1974), and Lesbian Resource Center Newsletter (1974) [25][30]
Pointblank Times: A Lesbian-Feminist Paper 1975 Houston, Texas [16][23]
We Got It 1975 1976 Madison, Wisconsin [9]
C A L F A Notes 1976 Cleveland Heights, Ohio Cleveland Area Lesbian Feminist Alliance (CALFA) [43][44]
Conditions[b] 1976 1990 Brooklyn, New York Dedicated to publishing lesbians, specifically working class lesbians and lesbian of color. [45][12][46]
Lesbiana Speaks 1976 1977 Miami, Florida [47]
Lesbian Milepost 1976 1977 Anchorage, Alaska Continues as Klondyke Cuntree (1976), Klondyke Kontact (1977–1980) [45][29]
Out and About: Seattle Lesbian/Feminist Newsletter 1976 1986 Seattle, Washington [9][48]
Rubyfruit Reader 1976 1978 Santa Cruz, California [49]
Salsa Soul Sisters/Third World Women's Gay-zette 1976 1985 NYC Salsa Soul Sisters Third World Wimmin Inc. Collective [23]
Sinister Wisdom[b] 1976 Present Charlotte, North Carolina, Berkeley and Oakland, California Catherine Nicholson and Harriet Ellenberger (Desmoines) Longest surviving lesbian literary journal in the United States. ISSN 0196-1853OCLC 3451636 [50][8]
Wishing Well 1976 Santa Rosa, California [8]
Atalanta 1977 1994 Atlanta, Georgia Atlanta Lesbian Feminist Alliance Continues as ALFA Newsletter (1973–1976) [12][23]
Azalea: A Magazine by Third World Lesbians 1977 1983 NYC Salsa Soul Sisters Third World Wimmin Inc. Collective [51][45]
Changes 1977 Winter Park, Florida Greater Orlando Lesbian/Feminists [45]
Klondyke Kontact: The Anchorage Lesbian Newsletter 1977 1980 Anchorage, Alaska Bimonthly Continued as Lesbian Milepost, Cunni Linguist, and Klondyke Cuntree. [52][45]
The Leaping Lesbian 1977 1981 Ann Arbor, Michigan Bimonthly [1]
Lone Star Lesbians 1977 1978 Austin, Texas [29]
Matrices: A Lesbian/Feminist Research

Newsletter

1977 1996 Three times a year, irregular [53]
Pearl Diver 1977 1978 Portland, Oregon A black lesbian magazine [54][55]
Tribad: A Lesbian Separatist Newsjournal 1977 1979 NYC [2][56][57]
Two Dykes & Others: A Texas Lesbian Periodical 1977 [16]
Amazon Spirit 1978 Helena, Montana Montana Amazons Unlimited [45]
Boulder Lesbian Network Newsletter 1978 Boulder, Colorado Boulder Lesbian Network [45]
Feminary: A Feminist Journal for the South Emphasizing Lesbian Visions 1978 1982 Chapel Hill, North Carolina [45][58][1]
Austindyke 1979 Austin, Texas Monthly [45]
DONT: Dykes Opposed to Nuclear Technology Newsletter 1979 NYC [45]
Lesbians of Color Caucus Quarterly 1979 Seattle, Washington [1][48]

1980s[edit]

Associated Lesbians of Puget Sound (ALPS) Newsletter 1980s 2000s [48]
Dyke Diannic Wicca: Newsletter for Biophilic Hags of Magick 1980 Berkeley, California Artemis [45][59]
Green Mountain Dyke News 1980 Bennington, Vermont Green Mountain Dykes [60][12][45]
Lesbian Insider, Insighter, Inciter 1980 Minneapolis, Minnesota [61]
The Lunatic Fringe 1980 Chicago, Illinois [12]
Telewoman: A Woman's Newsletter 1980 1983 Pleasant Hill, California [62]
Womyn's Braille Press Newsletter 1980 Minneapolis, Minnesota Womyn's Braille Press Inc. [12]
Common Lives/Lesbian Lives[b] 1981 1996 Iowa City, Iowa OCLC 8234014
Big Apple Dyke News (B.A.D. News) 1981 1988 NYC [63]
(The) Other Black Woman 1981 Jackson Heights, Queens, New York Committee for the Visibility of the Other Black Woman: The Black Lesbian [64]
Black Lesbian Newsletter 1982 San Francisco, California San Francisco Women's Center's Black Lesbian Newsletter Continues as Onyx (1983-1984) [12][65]
The Celibate Woman: A Journal for Women Who Are Celibate or Considering this Liberating Way of Relating to Others 1982 1988 Washington, D.C. [8]
Dyke Separatist / Amazon Magick 1982 Berkeley, California Amethyst/Artemis [59]
In the Life: the Newsletter of the June L. Mazer Lesbian Collection 1982 Present Los Angeles, California June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives [66][61][67]
Maize: A Lesbian Country Magazine[e] 1982 Present Minneapolis, Minnesota; Preston-Potter Hollow, New York; Serafina, New Mexico [68][12][69]
Lesbian Contradiction 1983 1994 ISSN 1064-4776 [61]
Onyx 1983 1984 San Francisco, California San Francisco Women's Center's Black Lesbian Newsletter Continued as Black Lesbian Newsletter (1982) [65]
Woman to Woman 1983 1985 Lake Charles, Louisiana Linda Parks Free to lesbians and women in prison [70]
Hot Wire: The Journal of Women's Music and Culture [f] 1984 1994 Toni Armstrong Jr. [71]
Lesbian Ethics 1984 Venice, California Jeannette Silveira ISSN 8755-5352 [12][20]
On Our Backs 1984 2006 Lesbian pornographic magazine as a play on off our backs [72]
Asian Lesbians of the East Coast Newsletter 1984 NYC [60][73]
I Know You Know: Lesbian Views and News 1984 1985? Indianapolis, Indiana [74]
Lesbian Health Resource Center Newsletter 1985 Durham, North Carolina Lesbian Health Resource Center (LHRC) [29]
Golden Threads 1985 2016 Demorest, Georgia Network for older lesbians [75][76]
WAVELENGTH. A Lesbian Feminist Publication 1985 Seattle, Washington Groundswell [77]
Hag Rag 1986 1993 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Intergalactic Lesbian Feminist Press OCLC 62882091 [60][78][12]
Yoni: Lesbian Erotica Quarterly 1986 Oakland, California [77]
Visibilities 1987 1991 NYC ISSN 0892-7375 [77][79]
Dykes, Disability and Stuff: Cause We Always Have Stuff to Share 1988 Madison, Wisconsin; Boston, Massachusetts For lesbians with disabilities, formats included large print, audio, braille, and electronic. [12]
The L-Word 1988 Present Bayside, California [61]
Aché: A (Free) Publication for Black Lesbians 1989 1993 Albany and Berkeley, California [12]
Cheek to Cheek: The Gay Lesbian Partner Dancing Newletter 1989 Oakland, California [80]
Hikané: The Capable Womon: Disabled Wimmin's Magazine for Lesbians and Our Wimmin Friends 1989 Hillsdale, New York [12]
Tacoma Lesbian Concern (TLC) newsletter 1989 2003 Tacoma, Washington [48]

1990s[edit]

Old Lesbians Organizing for Change Reporter 1990 Present Houston, Texas; Athens, Ohio [81][12]
Shamakami: Forum for South Asian Feminist Lesbians 1990 1997 San Francisco, California [12][82]
Curve 1991 Present Continues as Deneuve (1991-1995) [83]
Esto No Tiene Nombre: revista de lesbianas latinas 1991 1994 Miami, Florida [84][85][86][12][87]
Wimmin Magazine 1991 [88]
Canswers: The Quarterly Newsletter of the Lesbian Community Cancer Project 1992 Chicago, Illinois [44]
Dykespeak 1993 [89]
Lesbian Review of Books: An International Quarterly Review of Books by, for, and about Lesbians 1994 2002 Altadena, California; Hilo, Hawaii ISSN 1077-5684 [29][90]
Conmoción: An International Latina Lesbian Vision 1995 1996 Miami, Florida [85][86][91]
Journal of Lesbian Studies 1997 Present Binghamton, New York Haworth Press [92]
Bint el Nas 1998 Present San Francisco, California Arab-world identified online magazine [93]
Rain and Thunder: A Radical Feminist Journal of Discussion and Activism 1998 Present Northampton, Massachusetts Radical feminism with a lesbian focus. [94]
She Magazine 1999 Present Fort Lauderdale, Florida Longest running magazine for LGBT women in Florida [95]

2000s[edit]

Go Magazine 2000 Present NYC Free [96]
Harrington Lesbian Fiction Quarterly 2000 2005 Binghamton, New York Continued as Harrington Lesbian Literary Quarterly (2006–2008) [97]
Harrington Lesbian Literary Quarterly 2006 2008 Continued as Harrington Lesbian Fiction Quarterly (2000–2005) [98]
Issues! The Magazine for Lesbians of Color 2000 [99]
Jota! 2000 Los Angeles, California Chicana lesbian poetry review [86]
(el) telarañazo 2000 La telaraña [91][100]
Velvetpark: Dyke Culture in Bloom 2002 Present NYC [101]

Unknown year[edit]

Name End date Location Publishers Notes References
Amazonian Pioneer Valley, Massachusetts
Threads Newsletter NYC Astrea Lesbian Foundation for Justice
Carolina Lesbian News Charlotte, North Carolina [25]
Island Lesbian Connection Paia, Hawaii [102]
Lesbian Lifeline Daytona Beach, Florida
Lesbian Visual Artists Newsletter San Francisco, California [12]
Lesbians in Colorado Denver, Colorado [102]
Lesburbia Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania
Dinah: A Monthly Publication of the Lesbian Activist Bureau[45] 1977
COGS: Coalition of Gay Sisters Newsletter Columbia, Maryland Coalition of Gay Sisters[45]
Amazon Farmers 1977 Fayetteville, Arkansas Ozark Wimmin on Land
Moonstorm St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis Lesbian Alliance [23]
Anamika 1985 Brooklyn, New York Asian American focus
De Colores: Newsletter of Bay Area Lesbians of Color 1987 San Francisco, California
A P L Network news 1988 NYC Asian Pacific Island Lesbian Network (APL)
Multi-Cultural Jewish Dyke Newsletter 1993? Huntington, New York [12]
Women's Central News 1999 Arizona [103] [104]
G.B.F. Magazine 1990 Hollywood, Los Angeles, California
Girljock 1990 Berkeley, California
Albuquerque Lesbian Rag: A Monthly Lesbian Information and Nonsense Source 1991 Corrales, New Mexico
Girlfriends 1993 2006

Footnotes[edit]

Explanatory notes[edit]

  1. ^ Can be read in full at Queer Music Heritage
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Can be read in full at Reveal Digital's Independent Voices
  3. ^ a b Can be read in part at Reveal Digital's Independent Voices
  4. ^ Can be read in full at University of California, Berkeley Libraries here
  5. ^ Can be read in part at Julie R. Enzser's Lesbian Poetry Archive
  6. ^ Can be read in full at Hotwire's website

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Sources[edit]

External links[edit]

Further reading[edit]

  • Clardy, Andrea Fleck (1993). Words to the Wise: A Writer's Guide to Feminist and Lesbian Periodicals & Publishers. New York: Firebrand Books. ISBN 9781563410321.
  • "Feminist Periodicals". Stichwort.

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