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Topic - Naiad Press
Naiad Press was one of the first publishing companies dedicated to lesbian literature. At its closing it was the oldest and largest lesbian/feminist publisher in the world. - Source: Wikipedia
Barbara Grier (greer), co-founder of the lesbian publishing company Naiad (ny-ADD') Press, has died. She was 78.
Barbara Grier, a founder of what once was the world's largest publishing house of literature about gays and lesbians, has died. She was 78.