Monday, April 28, 2008

Publishing Triangle Awards announced:

Just got this news: The winners of the Publishing Triangle Awards were announced this evening in a ceremony that I was just too dog-tired to attend (not to mention the fact that every single business-appropriate article of clothing I own is now sealed in a box):
The Audre Lorde Award for Lesbian Poetry: Joan Larkin, My Body (Hanging Loose Press)

The Thom Gunn Award for Gay Male Poetry: (tie) Steve Fellner, Blind Date with Cavafy (Marsh Hawk Press); Daniel Hall, Under Sleep (The University of Chicago Press)

The Edmund White Award for Debut Fiction: Myriam Gurba, Dahlia Season (Manic D Press)

The Ferro Grumley Awards for LGBT Fiction: (tie) Peter Cameron, Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You (Farrar, Straus and Giroux); Ali Liebegott, The IHOP Papers (Carroll & Graf)

The Judy Grahn Award for Lesbian Nonfiction: Janet Malcolm, Two Lives: Gertrude and Alice (Yale University Press)

The Randy Shilts Award for Gay Nonfiction: Michael Rowe, Other Men's Sons (Cormorant Books)

Also awarded, and previously announced:
The Publishing Triangle Leadership Award: Richard Labonte and Carol Seajay
The Bill Whitehead Award for Lifetime Achievement: Katherine V. Forrest

3 comments:

Joya said...

Awesome! I actually own a copy of Steve Fellner's Blind Date With Cavafy. It, as well as Richard Siken's Crush, are among my favorite books of poetry. Both poets have such a unique voice, and they're both so inspiring. *_*

But congratulations to all winners! I'm definitely going to have to check out some of these. :)

ipgirl said...

I'm very happy to hear Peter Cameron won for "Some Day This Pain...."
It was one of those books that just suck you in even when the character is deeply flawed to the point of irritation.

Adaora A. said...

Congrats to them! It's must be amazing to win awards for your work. Hope to get that feeling one day.

Colleen wasn't that an opportunity to go shopping? Buy a new outfit?