September 30, 2014

Support the Lambda Website Today

Posted on 01. Dec, 2011 by in

The Lambda Literary Review, the world’s most comprehensive online LGBTQ literary magazine, needs to raise $25,000 to make our website more dynamic and engaging for our 50,000 monthly readers. This upgrade would allow us to bring you a fresh, contemporary look, videos, podcasts, streamlined navigation, improved search options and the ability to easily navigate the site on your smartphone.

Please make a tax-deductible donation today and help us make the best LGBTQ literary website in the world even better.

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The David Bohnett Foundation has already awarded a $10,000 grant toward our $25,000 goal, and this is a good start. But we need to raise an additional $15,000 this summer to fully fund this upgrade.

Published by Lambda Literary (at www.LambdaLiterary.org), the Lambda Literary Review connects a vast and diverse community of readers, writers, publishers, agents, booksellers, editors, educators, distributors, librarians, and bloggers by offering weekly book reviews (200 per year), high-profile author interviews, insightful commentary on current happenings in the LGBT literary scene, calls for submission, and pertinent op-ed entries on an endless variety of current issues in our community.

By making a tax-deductible contribution toward the upgrade of our website, you will help make the world’s most comprehensive LGBTQ Literary site even better.

Any size donation is appreciated and tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

William Johnson is the online editor of Lambda Literary.

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9 Responses to “Support the Lambda Website Today”

  1. NuWine Press 30 May 2012 at 6:12 AM #

    Lots of great finalists here – sorry our book didn’t make it – what with President Obama’s recent “evolution” regarding gay marriage and the further attempts to wedge Christians against gays against African-Americns, I think the poetry of RAW: A Poetic Journey – Finding a Way from Conflict to Revelation would have made a great finalist … Our best to all the contenders – from NuWine Press: The All-Inclusive and LGBT-Affirming Voice of Independent Christian Publishing

  2. stephen myrick 9 July 2013 at 6:23 PM #

    where do i get information on attending your new writer’s retreat…..qualifications….cost etc. thank u
    sm

    • William Johnson 9 July 2013 at 6:55 PM #

      The information regarding our 2014 retreat will be posted later in the year…Please sign up for our newsletter to receive updates on the next retreat.

  3. Ronald Palmer 23 March 2014 at 12:09 AM #

    Thank you Tony & the Lambda committee. I’m so honored to be among this year’s nominees in debut fiction. So happy and grateful.

  4. susie bright 4 June 2014 at 1:33 PM #

    It was so hard to miss this year’s event! Congrats to everyone… see you in 2015!

    Susie


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