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Nairne Holtz has compiled and continues to update an extensive bibliography titled, Annotated Bibliography of Canadian Literature with Lesbian Content. This exceptional resource can be accessed here:. Foster, Jeannette Howard. Sex Variant Women in Literature. Baltimore, MD: Diana Press, Tallahassee, FL: Naiad Press, Editor Note : The history of printing of Foster's book is interesting as it demonstrates some of the power of lesbian small presses and the interests of lesbians as a reading community.
The primary characters of the American television comedy series Parks and Recreation are the employees of the parks department of Pawnee , a fictional Indiana town. While most of the main cast have been with the series since it debuted in April , actors Rob Lowe and Adam Scott joined the cast late in the second season portraying Chris Traeger and Ben Wyatt , two state auditors who later take permanent jobs in Pawnee. Paul Schneider was a regular cast member during the first two seasons as city planner Mark Brendanawicz , but he departed at the end of season two. Billy Eichner who portrays Craig Middlebrooks , the "associate administrator" of the Pawnee parks department, recurred throughout the show's sixth season until he was promoted to the main cast in the fourth episode of the seventh season. The majority of Parks and Recreation episodes are set in Pawnee, and most of the recurring and supporting characters are friends of the main characters or residents of the town.
The three award categories are fiction and nonfiction in books for adults, distinguished in , and books for children or young adults, from Finalists have been designated from , and termed "Honor Books" from The ALA solicits book suggestions each to be accompanied by a brief statement in favor of the book. Eligible books should be original works published in the U.