NEW YORK (AP) – Robert Jones Jr.’s historical novel The Prophets and Anthony Veasny’s posthumous debut collection of short stories, After the Party, are among the winners of the 34th Annual Triangle Awards for Outstanding LGBT Literature.
So, who died suddenly in 2020 at the age of 28, became the first posthumous winner of the “Triangle” award for best LGBT fiction. A great debut science fiction book was named Jones ’novel, which is a love affair between two enslaved black men.
Other winners announced on Wednesday include Ari Banyas’ “A Symmetry” for best trance and gender literature, Cheryl Boyce Taylor’s “Mama Phife Represents” for best lesbian poetry, and John Keane’s “Punks” for best gay poetry. “Punch Me Up” by Brian Broome. to the Gods ”was named best gay publicist, and“ Mouths of the Rain: An Anthology of Black Lesbian Thought ”edited by Brioni Simon Jones won the award for best lesbian journalism.
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