Join us for two night’s of hybrid in-person & virtual readings by finalists for Publishing Triangle Awards at the Bureau! Both readings will also stream on the Bureau’s YouTube channel: youtube.com/@bgsqd
Readers on Wednesday, April 26th:
Philip Clark: Invisible History: The Collected Poems of Walta Borawski (Rebel Satori)
Siaara Freeman: Urbanshee (Button Poetry)
David Santos Donaldson: Greenland (Amistad/Harper Collins)
Estela González: Arribada (Cynren Press)
Rachel M. Harper: The Other Mother (Counterpoint)
imogen xtian smith: stemmy things (Nightboat Books)
Alyssa Songsiridej: Little Rabbit (Bloomsbury Publishing)
Mecca Jamilah Sullivan: Big Girl (Liveright/W.W Norton & Co)
Books will be available for purchase! To reserve a copy of any title, please write to us at email@example.com with “Publishing Triangle Finalists Readings” in the subject line.
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Suggested donation to benefit the Bureau: $10
All are welcome to join, with or without a donation.
The Publishing Triangle’s 35th Annual Awards Ceremony will take place on Thursday, April 27th, at 7 PM, at The New School’s Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street, between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. All are welcome to attend!
To see the full list of finalists for each category visit The Publishing Triangle’s website.
The Bureau will sell books at the Awards Ceremony.
The Publishing Triangle is a group of queer folks who work to further the publication of books and other materials written by LGBTQ authors or with LGBTQ themes.
We come from all types of backgrounds. We are on staff and we’re freelancers. We are editors, agents, and booksellers; we work in sub rights, publicity, sales, design, and production. Many of us are writers. We are also librarians, teachers, booksellers, and even avid readers who don’t work in a publishing-related field.
Our primary method of shining a much-needed light on queer books is through our awards program. We give out ten awards annually (at an awards ceremony, usually in April at the New School in Manhattan), each with a cash prize of between $500 and $3000. Seven of these awards honor the best books published in the previous calendar year in nonfiction, fiction, poetry, and trans/gender-variant literature. There is a lifetime achievement award and an emerging-writer award; and we also honor a book-industry figure each year (not a writer) with our leadership award.
Through our social media and our newsletter—as well as through readings, social networking events, and other programs in the New York City area—we strive to promote a sense of camaraderie in the queer literary community.
Membership dues start at $40 a year for individuals (there are additional levels of membership for families and businesses). For more details, see our membership page.
If you have additional questions about the Triangle and its programs, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or write us at the address listed below.
The Publishing Triangle
511 Avenue of the Americas, #D36
New York, NY 10011