The Polari Prize program for UK and Irish books relative to LGBTQ themes is to announce its shortlists in September, winners in November.
The LGBTQ Polari Prize competition has named its winners, including a new honor in children’s writing and illustration.
The Polari Prize program this year adds a children’s and YA honor, with its shortlist coming later this month.
The Polari Prize program has announced a physical awards ceremony for October 30 at London’s Southbank Centre.
The previously shortlisted Andrew McMillan and debut author Angela Chadwick are this year’s honorees in the LGBT-themed awards program in the UK.
Narrowing down its longlists, the now double-award Polari Prize program honoring LGBT writing names a dozen titles for its 2019 shortlists.
With two awards in place this year, London’s Polari Book Prize announces its longlists and honors writers ‘whose work explores the LGBT experience.’
In their 31st year, the Lammys were sponsored by the Big Five publishers, independent houses, booksellers, and other retailers.
Yael Goldstein Love of DailyLit wonders, if we designate ‘women’s fiction’ as a book subcategory, does that mean the rest of the books are not for women?