25th Annual Triangle Awards: Winners Announced

Last night the Publishing Triangle held its 25th Annual Triangle Awards ceremony at The New School in New York, honoring the best LGBT fiction, nonfiction, and poetry published in 2012. Among this year’s winners are: Lysley Tenorio for her debut novel Monstress, Richard Blanco for his poetry collection Looking for the Gulf Motel, and Alison… read more

Ali Liebegott: Highways and Byways

“Where will queers and artists live in this day and age? I felt driven to try and capture a bit of these places before they were gentrified and unaffordable.”

Ali Liebegott talked with the Lambda Literary Review about her new novel, Cha-Ching!, her work with Sister Spit, and some exciting forthcoming projects…. read more

What Do You Love About Being Queer?

Toronto-based writer, musician and filmmaker Vivek Shraya’s recently published collection of short stories asks one question: What do queers love about being queer? The book began as a short documentary film shot inside Shraya’s own living room in which he queried a diverse range of people whose answers are more than cheerful, triumphant anecdotes—but honest… read more

The 25th Annual Triangle Awards Finalists Announced

The 25th annual Triangle Awards, celebrating the best gay and lesbian fiction, nonfiction, and poetry of 2012, will take place at the Tishman Auditorium of the New School (66 West 12 Street, NY, NY) on April 25th at 7 p.m. The awards will be free and open to the public, including a reception to follow…. read more

Queer Guide to the 2013 AWP Conference

The Association of Writers & Writing Programs Annual Conference and Bookfair is just around the corner. With an average of around 550 “readings, lectures, panel discussions, and forums, as well as hundreds of book signings, receptions, dances, and informal gatherings,” AWP is the largest literary conference in North America…. read more