This was exciting! I’ve had the pleasure of running Lee Lynch’s Amazon Trail columns at lgbtSr every month. One of her stories was also included in the anthology I co-edited and published, Outer Voices Inner Lives (Lambda Literary Award finalist for anthology). So imagine my delight at reading she was both a panelist at last Saturday’s Golden Crown Awards and a winner for her collection of Amazon Trail columns, An American Queer. Congratulations, Lee! Well deserved. – Mark/Editor
More about Lee Lynch:
Lee Lynch’s collection, An American Queer: The Amazon Trail, A Quarter Century of Queer Life in the United States, was a Lambda Literary Award Finalist for nonfiction.
Her most recent novels, The Raid and Beggar of Love, are published by Bold Strokes Books. She is the namesake and first recipient of The Lee Lynch Classic Award for The Swashbuckler. She’s been honored with the Golden Crown Literary Society Trailblazer Award, the Alice B. Reader Award, induction into the Saints and Sinners Literary Hall of Fame, the James Duggins Mid-Career Award, and, for Beggar of Love, the Lesbian Fiction Readers Choice Award, the Ann Bannon Popular Choice Award, and Book of the Year Award from ForeWord Reviews.