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Lambda Literary Award (auch bekannt unter dem Namen Lammies) ist ein jährlich vergebener Literaturpreis in den Vereinigten Staaten. Der Literaturpreis wird von der Lambda Literary Foundation seit 1988 vergeben. Ausgezeichnet werden Bücher, die im jeweiligen Jahr in englischer Sprache im Themenbereich LGBT veröffentlicht wurden. Die Lambda Literary Foundation hat sich zum Ziel gesetzt, LGBT-Literatur zu feiern und schriftstellerisches Material für Autoren, Leser, Buchverkäufer, Verlage und Bibliotheken anzubieten. [1]

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  • 1988 1st Annual Lambda Literary Awards, Bekanntgabe: 1989[2]
  • 1989 2nd Annual Lambda Literary Awards, Bekanntgabe: 1990[3]
  • 1990 3rd Annual Lambda Literary Awards, Bekanntgabe: 1991[4]
  • 1991: 4th Annual Lambda Literary Awards, Bekanntgabe: 1992[5]
  • 1992: 5th Annual Lambda Literary Awards, Bekanntgabe: 1993[6]
  • 1993: 6th Annual Lambda Literary Awards, Bekanntgabe: 1994[7]
  • 1994: 7th Annual Lambda Literary Awards, Bekanntgabe: 1995[8]
  • 1995: 8th Annual Lambda Literary Awards, Bekanntgabe: 1996[9]
  • 1996: 9th Annual Lambda Literary Awards, Bekanntgabe: 1997[10]
  • 1997: 10th Annual Lambda Literary Awards, Bekanntgabe: 1998[11]
  • 1998: 11th Annual Lambda Literary Awards, Bekanntgabe: 1999[12]
  • 1999: 12th Annual Lambda Literary Awards, Bekanntgabe: 2000[13]
  • 2000: 13th Annual Lambda Literary Awards, Bekanntgabe: 2001[14]
  • 2001: 14th Annual Lambda Literary Awards, Bekanntgabe: 2002[15]

Sieger 2002[Bearbeiten]

15th Annual Lambda Literary Awards[16]

Sieger 2003[Bearbeiten]

16th Annual Lambda Literary Awards[17]

Sieger 2004[Bearbeiten]

17th Annual Lambda Literary Awards[19]

Sieger 2005[Bearbeiten]

18th Annual Lambda Literary Awards[20]

Sieger 2006[Bearbeiten]

19th Annual Lambda Literary Awards[21]

Sieger 2007[Bearbeiten]

20th Annual Lambda Literary Awards[22]

Sieger 2008[Bearbeiten]

21st Annual Lambda Literary Awards[23]

  • Bisexual: Open, Jenny Block, Seal Press
  • Transgender: Intersex (For Lack of a Better Word), Thea Hillman, Manic D Press
  • LGBT Anthologies: Our Caribbean, edited by Thomas Glave, Duke University Press
  • LGBT Childrens/Young Adult: Out of the Pocket, Bill Konigsberg, Dutton
  • LGBT Drama: The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Carolyn Gage, Outskirts Press
  • LGBT Nonfiction: Loving The Difficult, Jane Rule, Hedgerow Press
  • LGBT Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror: Turnskin, Nicole Kimberling, Blind Eye Books
  • LGBT Studies: Criminal Intimacy: Prison and the Uneven History of Modern American Sexuality, Regina Kunzel, The University of Chicago Press
  • Lesbian Debut Fiction: The Bruise, Magdalena Zurawski, Fiction Collective Two/University of Alabama Press
  • Lesbian Erotica: In Deep Waters 2: Cruising the Strip, Radclyffe and Karin Kallmaker, Bold Strokes Books
  • Lesbian Fiction (a tie!): The Sealed Letter, Emma Donoghue, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt & All the Pretty Girls, Chandra Mayor, Conundrum Press
  • Lesbian Memoir/Biography: Sex Talks to Girls: A Memoir, Maureen Seaton, University of Wisconsin Press
  • Lesbian Mystery: Whacked, Josie Gordon, Bella Books
  • Lesbian Poetry: love belongs to those who do the feeling, Judy Grahn, Red Hen Press
  • Lesbian Romance: The Kiss That Counted, Karin Kallmaker, Bella Books
  • Gay Debut Fiction: Finlater, Shawn Ruff, Quote Editions
  • Gay Erotica: Best Gay Erotica 2009, Richard Labonte & James Lear, Cleis Press
  • Gay Fiction: We Disappear, Scott Heim, Harper Perennial
  • Gay Memoir/Biography: Edward Carpenter: A Life of Liberty and Love, Sheila Rowbotham, Verso Books
  • Gay Mystery: First You Fall, Scott Sherman, Alyson Books
  • Gay Poetry (a tie!): Fire to Fire, Mark Doty, Harper & Now You're the Enemy, James Allen Hall, Univ. of Arkansas Press
  • Gay Romance: Got 'til it's Gone, Larry Duplechan, Arsenal Pulp Press

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22nd Annual Lambda Literary Awards, Bekanntgabe: 28. Mai 2010[24]

  • Anthology: Portland Queer: Tales of the Rose City, edited by Ariel Gore, Lit Star Press
  • Bisexual Fiction: (tie) Holy Communion, by Mykola Dementiuk, Synergy Press and Love You Two, by Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli, Random House Australia
  • Bisexual Nonfiction: Leaving India: My Family’s Journey From Five Villages to Five Continents, by Minal Hajratwala. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  • Children's/Young Adult: Sprout, by Dale Peck, Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Drama: The Collected Plays of Mart Crowley, by Mart Crowley, Alyson Books
  • Gay Debut Fiction: Blue Boy, by Rakesh Satyal, Kensington Books
  • Gay Erotica: Impossible Princess, by Kevin Killian, City Lights Bookstore
  • Gay Fiction: Lake Overturn, by Vestal McIntyre, HarperCollins
  • Gay Memoir/Biography: Ardent Spirits: Leaving Home, Coming Back, by Reynolds Price, Scribner Books
  • Gay Mystery: What We Remember, by Michael Thomas Ford, Kensington Books
  • Gay Poetry: Sweet Core Orchard, by Benjamin S. Grossberg, University of Tampa Press
  • Gay Romance: Drama Queers!, by Frank Anthony Polito, Kensington Books
  • Lesbian Debut Fiction: The Creamsickle, by Rhiannon Argo, Spinsters Ink
  • Lesbian Erotica: Lesbian Cowboys, edited by Sacchi Green and Rakelle Valencia, Cleis Press
  • Lesbian Fiction: A Field Guide to Deception, by Jill Malone, Bywater Books
  • Lesbian Memoir/Biography: The Talented Miss Highsmith: The Secret Life and Serious Art of Patricia Highsmith, by Joan Schenkar, St. Martin's Press
  • Lesbian Mystery: Death of a Dying Man, by Jean M. Redmann, Bold Strokes Books
  • Lesbian Poetry: Zero at the Bone, by Stacie Cassarino, New Issues Press
  • Lesbian Romance: The Sublime and Spirited Voyage of Original Sin, by Colette Moody, Bold Strokes Books
  • LGBT Non-Fiction: The Greeks and Greek Love, by James N. Davidson, Random House
  • LGBT Studies: The Straight State: Sexuality and Citizenship in Twentieth Century America, by Margot Canaday, Princeton University Press
  • Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror: Palimpsest, by Catherynne M. Valente, Bantam Spectra
  • Transgender: Lynnee Breedlove's One Freak Show, by Lynn Breedlove, Manic D Press

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23rd Annual Lambda Literary Awards, Bekanntgabe: 27. Mai 2011[25]

  • Bisexual — Fiction: The Lunatic, the Lover, and the Poet von Myrlin A. Hermes, Harper Perennial
  • Bisexual — Nonfiction: Border Sexualities, Border Families in Schools von Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli, Rowman & Littlefield
  • Transgender — Fiction: Holding Still for As Long As Possible von Zoe Whittall, House of Anansi Press
  • Transgender — Nonfiction: Balancing on the Mechitza: Transgender in Jewish Community, herausgegeben von Noach Dzmura, North Atlantic Books
  • LGBT Anthology: Gender Outlaws: The Next Generation, herausgegeben von Kate Bornstein & S. Bear Bergman, Seal Press
  • LGBT Children's/Young Adult: Wildthorn von Jane Eagland, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  • LGBT Drama: Oedipus at Palm Springs: A Five Lesbian Brothers Play von Maureen Angelos, Dominique Dibbell, Peg Healey, Lisa Kron, Samuel French
  • LGBT Nonfiction: King Kong Theory von Virginie Despentes, The Feminist Press
  • LGBT SF/Fantasy/Horror: Diana Comet and Other Improbable Stories von Sandra McDonald, Lethe Press
  • LGBT Studies — Tie: Another Country: Queer Anti-Urbanism von Scott Herring, New York University Press
    Assuming a Body: Transgender and Rhetorics of Materiality von Gayle Salamon, Columbia University Press
  • Lesbian Debut Fiction: Sub Rosa von Amber Dawn, Arsenal Pulp Press
  • Lesbian Erotica: Sometimes She Lets Me: Best Butch/Femme Erotica herausgegeben von Tristan Taormino, Cleis Press
  • Lesbian Fiction: Inferno (a poet’s novel) von Eileen Myles, OR Books
  • Lesbian Memoir/Biography — Tie: Hammer! Making Movies Out of Sex and Life von Barbara Hammer, The Feminist Press
    Wishbone: A Memoir in Fractures von Julie Marie Wade, Colgate University Press
  • Lesbian Mystery: Fever of the Bone von Val McDermid, HarperCollins
  • Lesbian Poetry: The Nights Also von Anna Swanson, Tightrope Books
  • Lesbian Romance: River Walker von Cate Culpepper, Bold Strokes Books
  • Gay Debut Fiction: Bob the Book von David Pratt, Chelsea Station Editions
  • Gay Erotica: Teleny and Camille von Jon Macy, Northwest Press
  • Gay Fiction: Union Atlantic von Adam Haslett, Doubleday
  • Gay Memoir/Biography: Secret Historian: The Life and Times of Samuel Steward, Professor, Tattoo Artist and Sexual Renegade von Justin Spring, Farrar, Straus & Giroux
  • Gay Mystery: Echoes von David Lennon, Blue Spike Publishing
  • Gay Poetry: Pleasure von Brian Teare, Ahsahta Press
  • Gay Romance: Normal Miguel von Erik Orrantia, Cheyenne Publishing

Einzelnachweise[Bearbeiten]

  1. Lambda Literary Foundation
  2. 1st Annual Lambda Literary Awards 1988, 2010
  3. 2nd Annual Lambda Literary Awards, 1990
  4. 3rd Annual Lambda Literary Awards 1990, 1991
  5. 4th Annual Lambda Literary Awards 1991, 1992
  6. 5th Annual Lambda Literary Awards 1992, 1993
  7. 6th Annual Lambda Literary Awards 1993, 1994
  8. 7th Annual Lambda Literary Awards 1994, 1995
  9. 8th Annual Lambda Literary Awards 1995, 1996
  10. 9th Annual Lambda Literary Awards 1996, 1997
  11. 10th Annual Lambda Literary Awards 1997, 1998
  12. 11th Annual Lambda Literary Awards 1998, 1999
  13. 12th Annual Lambda Literary Awards 1999, 2000
  14. 13th Annual Lambda Literary Awards 2000, 2001
  15. 14th Annual Lambda Literary Awards 2001, 2002
  16. 15th Annual Lambda Literary Awards 2002, 2003
  17. 16th Annual Lambda Literary Awards 2003, 2004
  18. Graywolf Press, Sky Lounge Wins the 2004 Lambda Literary Award, 4. Juni 2004
  19. 17th Annual Lambda Literary Awards 2004, 2005
  20. 18th Annual Lambda Literary Awards 2005, 2006
  21. 19th Annual Lambda Literary Awards 2006, 2007
  22. 20th Annual Lambda Literary Awards 2007
  23. 21st Annual Lambda Literary Awards 2008
  24. 22nd Annual Lambda Literary Awards Winners Announced. Larry Kramer and Kate Clinton honored., 28. Mai 2010
  25. 23rd Annual Lambda Literary Award Winners, 27. Mai 2011

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