Bram, Revoyr among Lambda Literary winners

The 16th annual Lambda Literary Awards were presented June 3 in Chicago, and the top prizes for fiction went to Christopher Bram's Lives of the Circus Animals and Nina Revoyr's Southland. Novelist E. Lynn Harris won the Lambda Literary Foundation Bridge Builder award for his memoir, What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?

Here is a complete list of winners:

Children, Young Adult: Boy Meets Boy, David Levithan
LGBT Humor: Dykes and Sundry Other Carbon-based Life Forms to Watch Out For, Alison Bechdel
LGBT Drama: Prok, Brian Drader
LBBT Erotica: Best Lesbian Erotica 2004, edited by Tristan Taormino
Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror: Necrologue, edited by Helen Sandler
Spirituality: Keeping Faith, Fenton Johnson
Visual Arts: Women Seeing Women, edited by Lonthar Schirmer
LGBT Romance (tie): Last Summer, Michael Thomas Ford; Maybe Next Time, Karin Kallmaker
LGBT Fiction Anthology: Pulp Friction, edited by Michael Bronski
LGBT Non-Fiction Anthology: Queer Crips, edited by Bob Guter and Robert Killacky
Gay Men's Mystery: Blind Eye, John Morgan Wilson
Lesbian Mystery: Damn Straight, Elizabeth Sims
LGBT Biography: Beautiful Shadow, Andrew Wilson
LGBT Memoir/Autobiography: Naked in the Promised Land, Lillian Faderman
Lesbian Poetry: The Dirt She Ate, Minnie Bruce Pratt
Gay Men's Poetry (tie): Middle Earth, Henri Cole; Sky Lounge, Mark Bibbins
Transgender: She's Not There, Jennifer Finney Boylan
LGBT Studies: Time on Two Crosses, edited by Devon Carbado and Donald Weise
Gay Men's Fiction: Lives of the Circus Animals, Christopher Bram
Lesbian Fiction: Southland, Nina Revoyr

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