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Lambda Literary is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2016 Judith A. Markowitz Emerging Writer Award… read more
“I’m proud that I didn’t wait until I was perfect to begin. That’s perhaps the biggest lesson. You want something? Do it.”
Bryan Borland, whose newest book is Less Fortunate Pirates: Poems From the First Year Without My Father, is a poet and the noted publisher of Sibling Rivalry Press, which he began in 2009.
Borland talked with Lambda Literary about starting Sibling Rivalry Press, literary life in Arkansas, and his plans for the future… … read more
This week the Lambda Literary Review honors the impact movies and filmmakers have had on our lives.
To start off Lambda Literary Goes to the Movies week, here’s what some of our favorite LGBTQ authors (Staceyann Chin, Alan Hollinghurst, Ayana Mathis, and more) had to say about their favorite films…. read more
A dozen long-stemmed red roses? Ho hum. How 50s heterosexual can you get? It’s not that I’m disenchanted with roses, their heady fragrance and dizzying blend of fragility and toughness. It’s just, well, I love me some variety…. read more
July is notoriously slow going in the publishing world, but there are still plenty of LGBT gems being released this month. Some highlights include: The Curse of the Dragon God: A Gay Adventure, by Geoffrey Knight, is the latest novel in Mr. Knight’s rip-roaring “Fathom’s Five Gay Adventure” series. It is a globe trotting tale… read more
Amos Lassen doesn’t think of himself this way, but he is one of the most influential Amazon reviewers in the nation — especially when it comes to the categories for gay romance, gay fiction, gay and lesbian erotica, DVD, and documentary. An Amazon Top 50 Reviewer and a member of the Amazon Vine Program—a highly-coveted,… read more
The euREADka Pride GLBT Literary Mini Festival will be held Halloween weekend in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Amos Lassen will be reading from Brock Thompson’s history of GLBT Arkansas, The Unnatural State; Bryan Borland will be reading poetry from My Life as Adam and the forthcoming collection The Hanky Code; Paul Harris will be reading from Diary… read more
The Queer Books, Queer Kids: LGBT Writing for Children and Teens panelists (from left to right): Patrick Ryan, Martin Wilson and Rigoberto Gonzalez This past Saturday, the Rainbow Book Fair moved into new quarters for its second year. Held at held at The Center for Gay and Lesbian Studies at The City University of New… read more