In looking back at this turbulent year, I believe 2017 belongs to those that raised “RESIST” signs in the streets and fought back against this regressive political climate. Among those leading the calls for justice and equality in the face of bigotry and hate were our queer writers, young and old, emerging and established, writing poetry, fiction, and journalism, with an eye toward a better future.    

No other arts nonprofit organization in the world does more to support LGBTQ writers and promote our community’s books than Lambda Literary.

As we near the conclusion of author Chuck Forester’s $25,000 matching challenge, help us raise $6000 more between today and December 31st to reach our goal. Your tax-deductible donation of $50, $250, $500 or more will double its impact through the end of the year.

In 2018 Lambda Literary turns 30, an incredible milestone for this once scrappy organization that keeps getting stronger and more effective in how we serve queer readers and writers.

When you make a year-end contribution to Lambda Literary, you’re connecting LGBTQ authors with K-12 students through LGBTQ Writers in Schools; you’re giving a leg up to an up-and-coming writer to attend our Writers Retreat for Emerging LGBTQ Voices; you’re helping build community among queer book lovers and writers through Lambda LitFest Los Angeles; you’re helping us spotlight excellence in queer writing through The Lambda Literary Awards; and you’re supporting the world’s leading publisher of queer book reviews through The Lambda Literary Review

Join author Chuck Forester’s $25,000 matching challenge today and help us invigorate the next 30 years of queer literary arts.

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