15th annual Lambda Literary Awards presented in Los Angeles

BY Advocate.com Editors

May 30 2003 11:00 PM ET

Jamie O'Neill's At Swim Two Boys and Sarah Waters's Fingersmith were among the big winners at Thursday's Lambda Literary Awards, honoring achievements in literature. Here is a complete list of winners at the 15th annual "Lammies":

Gay Men's Fiction: At Swim Two Boys, Jamie O'Neill
Lesbian Fiction: Fingersmith, Sarah Waters
Gay Men's Poetry: Hazmat, J.D. McClatchy
Lesbian Poetry: Mules of Love, Ellen Bass
Gay Men's Mystery: The Snow Garden, Christopher Rice
Lesbian Mystery (tie): Good Bad Woman, Elizabeth Woodcraft; Immaculate Midnight, Ellen Hart
Autobiography: Surviving Madness, Betty Berzon
Fiction Anthology: Black Like Us, edited by Devon Carbado, Dwight McBride, and Don Weise
Nonfiction Anthology: The Man I Might Become, edited by Bruce Shenitz
Biography: Ridiculous! David Kaufman
Children/Young Adults: Letters in the Attic, Bonnie Shimko
Erotica: Best Lesbian Erotica 2003, edited by Tristan Taormino
Humor: Skipping Towards Gomorrah, Dan Savage
Visual Arts: A Hidden Love, Dominique Fernandez
Romance: The Winters of Our Discothèque, Andrew W.M. Beierle
Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror: Queer Fear II, edited by Michael Rowe
Spirituality: Courage to Love, Geoffrey Duncan
LGBT Studies: Sex-Crime Panic, Neil Miller
Transgender: Dress Codes, Noelle Howey

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