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Tag Archives: lambda literary awards
The 29th Annual Lambda Awards ceremony happened last night, which means we have a whole new list of acclaimed LGBTQ books to add to your TBR. These are the winners I’m most excited about, some that I’ve read and reviewed … Continue reading
Ah, the Lambda Literary awards. Every year I feel a mixture of excitement and trepidation looking for the winners and the recap of the ceremony, which was Monday June 1st. Excitement because these awards are the be all end all … Continue reading
Is it that time of year again already? The 2015 Lambda Literary Award finalists were announced today! As I’ve written before, I have mixed feelings about the lammies, their policies (mostly past), and their decisions. However, this year’s finalists include … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again: lammy nominations! Oh, how I love and hate them. At best, I have complicated feelings about the Lambda Literary Awards. As Autostraddle writer Carolyn reported last year, in 2004 (!!!) a transphobic book made … Continue reading
Springtime Book Tours and Prizes, Prizes, Prizes: Rae Spoon, Alex Leslie, Anne Fleming, Amber Dawn, and Imogen Binnie!
It’s been a while since I’ve written a news-focused post and there are a few exciting things happening in queer bookland! First of all, the Lambda literary and Triangle awards have been announced and there are a few Canadian contenders … Continue reading