The Northeast Ohio Lesbian/Gay Archives has just been established by The Western Reserve Historical Society and the Lesbian/Gay Community Service Center of Greater Cleveland. The Archives will be housed at the nd will focus on original documents and publications pertaining o e IS o o e oca gay community. It plans to be open for scholarly research by the end of Summer, 1993. Rising Tide Press, a lesbian publisher, is seeking manuscripts for full-length lesbian novels, including romance, mystery, science fiction, and fantasy. Non-fiction manuscripts are also welcome. Contact Rising Tide Press at 5 Kivy Street, Huntington Station, NY 117 46 or call516-427-1289. In March 1993, Arthur S. Leonard, Professor of Law at New York Law School, published Sexuality and the Law. The book deals with criminal and civil law regulations of sexual and reproductive decision-making and conduct, discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or lifestyle, as well as issues involving pornography and domes-tic relations. Studies in Iconography will be published annually by Western Washington University and distributed by Medieval Institute Publications. The editors welcome essays that focus on the period before 1600 and on the theory of iconography and cross-disciplinary studies. Explorations of newer approaches developed in areas such as gender studies are especially encouraged. All inquiries for submissions or subscriptions should be sent to Studies in Iconography, Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Ml 49008-3851. INQUEERY/INTHEORY/ INDEED: The Sixth annual North American Conference on Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Studies will be held at the University of Iowa on November 17-20, 1994. The Conference will resurrect the event -after a-three-year hiatus. The fifth annual conference was held in the fall of 1991 at Rutgers University and featured many cross-disciplinary academic panels as well as video presentations, readings, and performances. A new journal, called Perversions. will soon begin publication in Great Britain. It will be a three-issues-a-year journal publishing research in the field of lesbian and gay studies, with an emphasis on the arts and humanities. Anyone interested in submitting articles should contact Neil McKenna, 36, Granville Square, Islington, London, WC1. Las Buenas Amigas, formed in 1986, is a group of U.S. born Latinas, immigrants from Latin America, working women, mothers, students, professionals, artists, and activists. The members meet at the Gay and Lesbian Community Center, 208 West 13 St., on the first and third Sundays of each month at 2 p.m. to share their lives, poetry, opinions, dance, and everything else that such a diverse membership is concerned with. For more information call Carmen at 201-868-7816, Adriana at 718-426-8036, Danette at 212-378-0688, or Zelma at 914-776-2453. The Association for Lesbian and Gay Faculty, Administrators, and Staff at NYUis presenting three public events as part of its first lesbian and gay studies series. On Tuesday, September 21 at 8:30p.m. in the auditorium at the Loeb Student Center (566 LaGuardia Place) the Porno Afro Homos will perform their most recent production, “Dark Fruit.” On Monday te1t:59r-n8:t 8:00 p.m. in oo 1 t Hall (40 Washington Square South) Professor Janet Halley will talk on legal implications of scientific research on sexual orientation. And on Thursday, October 21 at 8:00 p.m. in Room 703 of Main Building (100 Washington Square East} Professor Eve Sedgwick will be speaking (topic to be announced). All events are free and open to the public. For more information, contact Ed Stein (212-998-8330) or Chris Straayer (212-998-1610).