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QSF Author Wins BookLife Prize

Farview - Booklife Prize - Kim Fielding

We’re so thrilled to announce that one of our own, Kim Fielding, just won the Booklife prize in a competition against 900 other authors – the first time a romance (and a gay romance to boot) has ever won: Congratulations to author Kim Fielding! Her unconventional romance, Farview, has been named the Grand Prize winner of the 2021 BookLife Prize Fiction Contest. It was a difficult decision, as all of the finalists had tremendous merit. We ultimately selected Farviewbecause we found it to be sparklingly original and richly written. Perhaps above all, it features two protagonists readers will remember long after the final page. Stay … Read more

The Lesfic Bard Awards: 2019 Finalists


We were fortunate to be asked to announce the winners of the 2019 Lesfic Bard Awards. Look for the Gay Scribe Awards in 2021! Here are the finalists, by category: Action Adventure Compound Interest by Annette Mori The kick-ass women in The Organization are back and they have their sights set on a few new recruits. Not everyone is jumping for joy at the choices, considering subterfuge is front and center in the games the new recruits have been playing. Dani is supposed to get her happily ever after, but she’s not sure what’s real anymore including Candy’s feelings for … Read more

The Lesfic Bard Awards: 2019 Winners

We were fortunate to be asked to announce the winners of the 2019 Lesfic Bard Awards. Look for the Gay Scribe Awards in 2021! Here are the winners, by category: Action Adventure Over the Crescent Moon by Karen D. Badger Makaya Kapule and Spencer Bennet are from vastly different backgrounds…Makaya from Hawaii and Spencer from Vermont. They met and fell in love as members of the National Fencing Team. On hiatus from their grueling training schedule, Makaya and Spencer fly to Hawaii to attend her sister’s traditional Hawai’ian wedding, at which, Spencer meets Makaya’s family for the first time. While … Read more

DC Comics Honored For Queer Inclusivity

DC Comics

Queer superheroes like Batwoman are earning DC Entertainment, one of the largest comic book and superhero entities, a prestigious award. GLSEN, the national organization championing LGBTI students and issues in K-12, is giving its Visionary Award to DC. The award will be presented at the GLSEN Respect Awards on 20 October at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills. The award ceremony began in 2004 and honors individuals and corporations who have made a significant impact on youth in the community. The ceremony takes place in both Los Angeles and New York every year. Previously, the Visionary Award has gone … Read more