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Lambda Literary Award Finalists Include Troubling the Line, Ana Božičević & Much Other Great LGBT Work From 2013 March 6, 2014: The 26th Annual Lambda Literary Award Finalists have been announced! Finalists for the Lammys were announced today by the Lambda Literary Foundation (LLF) in Los Angeles after reviewing a record 746 submissions (up from 687 last year) from 352 publishers (up from 332 last year). Submissions came from major mainstream publishers and from [...] by

On Brian Teare’s Companion Grasses August 6, 2013: Walter Holland of Lambda Literary Review took on Brian Teare's most recent book, Companion Grasses (Omnidawn Books 2013), writing that the poems "draw from various sources and often contain quotations and texts from various poets and philosophers, naturalists, artists and Transcendentalist works [such as] Robert Duncan, Margaret Fuller, Ralph [...] by

And the Lambda Literary Award Winners Are… June 5, 2013: The 25th-annual Lambda Literary Awards (AKA The Lammys) were announced yesterday, after their fancy get-down at Cooper Union on June 3 got some shut-eye for the night. As we mentioned, it was a record year for the awards, for both nominees and publishers. The winner in the Lesbian Poetry category (tough one!) was Sea and Fog, by Etel [...] by

A Record Year for LGBT Books + Lambda Literary Finalists Announced! March 7, 2013: The Lambda Literary Foundation has announced its finalists for achievement in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) writing for books published in 2012...and the poets are... Gay Poetry 1. Appetite, Aaron Smith, University of Pittsburgh Press 2. He Do the Gay Man in Different Voices, Stephen S. Mills, Sibling Rivalry [...] by

Eileen Myles on relationships and refusing to align with Greek statues December 3, 2010: Antonio Gonzalez's Lambda Literary interview with Eileen Myles covers a lot of ground—race, class, gender, sexuality, politeness, sentimentality, professionalization—but the discussions all revolve around poets' relationships to one another and what it means to belong, or not, to certain artistic communities. I don’t really have an [...] by