"I started writing fiction principally to be free to say what I thought and felt." -- Jane Rule

Born in the U.S., Rule moved to Canada in 1956. Her work centers around lesbian themes and she is best known for the novel, Desert of the Heart, which was made into the movie, Desert Hearts. Other works include After the Fire, The Young in One Another's Arms, and Lesbian Images.

The Jane Rule Fonds
List of published and unpublished works, by or about author Jane Rule, in the University of B.C. Special Collections Archives.
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