Lambda Literary is proud to announce the opening of submissions for the 31st Annual Lambda Literary Awards.
Lambda Literary, the nation's oldest and largest literary arts organization advancing LGBTQ literature, will be awarding Edmund White and Roxane Gay at the 30th Annual Lambda Literary Awards ("Lammys") on Monday, June 4th in New York City.
The first-ever lesbian literary conference in Europe will take place on August 23 and 24, 2018 in the United Kingdom.
A few weeks ago, we discovered K'Anna Meinel, the author of "Recombinant Love". This time, let's continue to discover this talented woman with a novel entitled "Vetted".
While hiking with her best friend in the Arizona desert, Ryley Graham is surprised by a strange and deafening noise. Then an intense light ... When she wakes up, she is aboard a spaceship, 510 years later. What happened?
To all lesbian authors and all lovers of literature, it's your turn to be recognized! The Lesfic Bard Awards now accept your submission for the 2018 awards.
Lambda Literary is proud to announce the opening of the submissions period for the annual Lambda Literary Awards (Lammys). Entering their 30th year, the Lammys honor books in more than twenty genres ranging from literary fiction and poetry to speculative fiction, graphic novels and memoir.
Out author Fay Jacobs released a new book entitled "Fried & Convicted, Rehoboth Beach Uncorked". A new memoir which is provocative, political, occasionally heartwarming, and reliably hilarious.
Imagine that you are living in Russia and you are not free to be you. Imagine that you meet Meg, this beautiful Canadian girl on the Internet. You plan to meet for real in Ukraine in the hope that this love story works. You are planning to escape from Russia but what you did not expect is that you will have to escape your family, the police and take a boat trip across the Pacific Ocean to Canada to live this love.
This story is not a fiction, this is Elena's story that she tells in a book now translated into English and which will be released under the title "Talking to the Moon." Elena's story is incredible, unimaginable and extraordinary.
Lambda Literary, the nation's oldest and largest literary arts organization advancing LGBTQ literature, announced the finalists of the 29th Annual Lambda Literary Awards - or the "Lammys," as they are affectionately known. They were chosen from nearly 900 submissions and over 300 publishers. Submissions came from major mainstream publishers and from independent presses, from both long-established and new LGBTQ publishers, as well as from emerging publish-on-demand technologies. Visionary and Trustee Award honorees, the master of ceremonies, and celebrity presenters will be announced in April. The winners will be announced at a gala ceremony on Monday evening, June 12, 2017 in New York City.