The Guardian runs a long profile of Sarah Waters on the British publication of The Little Stranger. Go ahead and indulge your UK envy because I don't think a US newspaper is likely to connect the dots and discuss literature in terms of lesbian legacies and heirs.
The interview also includes this passage, which you may have heard before:
Doing what she can for lesbian visibility, Waters also recently spoke with The Wall St Journal, Now magazine in Toronto, After Ellen in New York, and Bay Windows in Boston. To her immense credit, she answers the same questions in a fresh way each time.
Adding to that UK envy, BBC2 announced it will adapt Waters' fourth novel, The Night Watch, into a 90 minute film. All three of her exclusively lesbian novels before that have already been televised to critical and popular acclaim; two of them were three-part miniseries. Now name an American writer whose entire output of gay books has been broadcast in prime time. (Tales of the City was adapted by the UK's Channel 4, not PBS, which caved to protests and bailed on the sequels, later done by Showtime.)