It’s the cusp of a new decade (okay, I realize not exactly, but most people see it that way). It’s been quite a year.
It’s been rocky in the book world lately, and indeed in the world at large. We’re all feeling the strain of recent events, whether in the physical environment, the political sphere, or our workplace.
For me, books have always been my happy place. Sometimes, we just need to escape to somewhere else for a while. We need to know that the good guys will defeat the evil forces....
If you’re looking for your next great read, you just might find it here. Many of our books won the hearts of the Rainbow Awards judges; hopefully they’ll win yours too. Take a look!
First up, not one but two of Dan Ackerman’s earned the top spot in Gay Contemporary General Fiction:
In the same category, Read more →
Supposed Crimes has just nominated its 2016-2017 catalog for the 2017 Rainbow Awards. This is a great opportunity for books that were overlooked by reads to get new recognition. Several books this year are deeply literary -- others are fun genre romps. Fingers crossed everybody!
The submissions go with a donation to Time Out Youth, a local charity here in North Carolina.
One nomination this year is free to read right now: Seoul Circuit, by Tamara Boyens.
From our friends at the lesbian fiction organization, the Golden Crown Literary Society --
The selection committee is now accepting applications for Panelists and Moderators for the 2017 Conference in Chicago.
Please note that, while the committee will do its best to accommodate everyone, we cannot guarantee that everyone will be selected as a panelist or moderator. We'll do our best, though.
To see the descriptions of selected panels in need of panelists, please go to the 2017 Panelist Application page on the GCLS website. Read through the...