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Sing Meadowlark Sing
by Helen Ruth Schwartz

The Great Earthquake created a new island off of the coast of California which became a protected homeland for America's persecuted lesbian and gay citizens. Sing, Meadowlark, Sing intersects fantasy and feminist politics along with tender lesbian love stories. Set in the future, this book recounts the stories of both a young lesbian professional and an older lesbian prime minister of the Isle of Cali, and the challenges of returning to an America that is now officially openly hostile to lesbian and gay people.

The gene that causes homosexuality was discovered and all who had it were sent to the Cali, never to return to their home country of the Unites States. Cali became a land of extraordinary care for its aging population, of tender, sensitive parenting for the babies arriving from America, and a land of freedom for an historically repressed people. Available in all electronic formats and on Amazon

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