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Beautiful Review of Hervé Guibert’s Journals at Lambda Literary October 21, 2014: At Lambda Literary, Steven Cordova reviews Nightboat Books’ gorgeous, startling Mausoleum of Lovers: Journals 1976—1991 by the French poet and intellectual Hervé Guibert, translated by [...] by

LAMBDA Winners Are…ANA BOZICEVIC & RIGOBERTO GONZALEZ! June 3, 2014: The 26th Annual LAMBDA Literary Awards were held last night in New York City, and to our delight, drumroll: The winner for Best Lesbian Poetry is Ana Božičević, for her book Rise in the Fall [...] by

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 [...] 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 [...] 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 [...] 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 [...] 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 [...] by