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Bi Book Awards winners revealed

The winners books for this years Bisexual Book Awards were revealed in a ceremony in New York yesterday, including a couple of categories where the judging panel just couldn’t decide and so joint winners were declared. The victors (and runners-up) in each category are as follows: Non-Fiction WINNER:Many Love by Sophie Lucido Johnson, Touchstone / Simon & Schuster. Go the […]

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Bi Book Awards are here!

New York starts June with the seventh annual Bi Book Awards tomorrow. The Bisexual Book Awards Ceremony sees winners announced and a plethora of speakers reading from their work. Author readings include: Duy Doan / We Play a Game: Poetry Diana Hamilton / God Was Right: Poetry Britteney Black Rose Kapri / Black Queer Hoe: Poetry Rosalie Knecht / Who […]

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Read A Good Book?

The Bi Writers Association has announced that submissions are now open for the Seventh Annual Bisexual Book Awards. Any 2018 book with a bisexual character, bisexual storyline, bisexual subject matter or theme, is eligible for submission. Book awards are open to all authors regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Books can be submitted by the author, publisher, or […]

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The Best Bi Books of the Year

The Bi Writers Association (BWA) have announced the finalists for the Sixth Annual Bisexual Book Awards. They are divided into nine book categories for titles published in 2017: Non-Fiction, Memoir/Biography, Fiction, Romance, Erotic Fiction, Speculative Fiction [Sci-fi/Fantasy/Horror], Teen/Young Adult Fiction, Mystery and Poetry, plus two special categories: Publisher of the Year and Bi Writer of the Year. News story update: […]

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Last chance to nominate for Best Bi Book

Nominations close in two days’ time for the Sixth Annual Bisexual Book Awards. Any 2017 book with a bisexual character, bisexual storyline, bisexual subject matter or theme, is eligible for submission. Book awards are open to all authors regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity and can be submitted by the author, publisher, or the Bi Writers Association (BWA). […]

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