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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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Queer Book Weekend

This weekend sees the ninth Bold Strokes Books festival in Nottingham. Held at the Nottingham Waterstones this year, the annual LGBTQ author festival, sees 30 international authors talking about their books, the themes and issues raised. Attendees at the two-day event can meet the authors and get signed copies of their books. Tickets are £3 but that can be counted […]

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The Best Bi Books of the Year, 2016

The shortlists for this year’s Bisexual Book Awards have been published. Here they are – the best of bi reading from 2016, broken down into ten categories plus best publishing house. The winners are chosen by judges, and will be announced at the Bisexual Book Awards Ceremony on Saturday June 10th, 2017.   Non-Fiction Advice from a Wild Deuce: The […]

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Lammy Shortlist Unveiled

Lambda Literary, the USA’s oldest and largest LGBT+ literary arts organisation, has announced the finalists for the 29th Annual Lambda Literary Awards – or the “Lammys,” as they are often known. The books were chosen from nearly 900 titles released last year, reflecting a hugely vibrant queer press today. The winners will be announced at a gala ceremony on the evening […]

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Bi Bookshelf: On Wings of Pity

Book Review: “On Wings Of Pity” by Neil James Hudson. Published by eXcessica &  available as an ebook on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Google Play and Kobo. Suffering from a new disease called “Thirds”, and with his only hope for survival pinned on a succubus called Ellathea, Marec Newmann is unwillingly drawn into a war between two opposing forces. On […]

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Bookish?

Equal Ever After by Lynne Featherstone [here on amazon] This is the book of the story of the same-sex marriage bill. Think of it as kinda the book of the film. Everything you remember, a couple of subplots you totally missed, and some explanations of bits you didn’t quite understand at the time.  It’s told by the junior minister who […]

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