18th Lambda Literary Awards

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The 18th Lambda Literary Awards were held in 2006, to honour works of LGBT literature published in 2005.

Nominees and winners[edit]

Category Winner Nominated
Anthologies Blue ribbon E. Lynn Harris, ed., Freedom in This Village: Twenty-Five Years of Black Gay Men's Writing, 1979 to the Present[citation needed]
Belles Lettres Blue ribbon Martin Moran, The Tricky Part[citation needed]
Biography Blue ribbon Sherrill Tippins, February House[citation needed]
Children's/Young Adult Blue ribbon Shyam Selvadurai, Swimming in the Monsoon Sea[citation needed]
Erotica Blue ribbon Stacia Seaman and Radclyffe, eds., Stolen Moments: Erotic Interludes 2[citation needed]
Gay Debut Fiction Blue ribbon Vestal McIntyre, You Are Not the One[citation needed]
Gay Fiction Blue ribbon Dennis Cooper, The Sluts[citation needed]
Gay Mystery Blue ribbon D. Travers Scott, One of These Things is Not Like the Other[citation needed]
Gay Poetry Blue ribbon Richard Siken, Crush[citation needed]
Humor Blue ribbon David Rakoff, Don't Get Too Comfortable[citation needed]
Lesbian Debut Fiction Blue ribbon Ali Liebegott, The Beautifully Worthless[citation needed]
Lesbian Fiction Blue ribbon Abha Dawesar, Babyji[citation needed]
Lesbian Mystery Blue ribbon Alicia Gaspar de Alba, Desert Blood: The Juarez Murders[citation needed]
Lesbian Poetry Blue ribbon June Jordan, Directed by Desire: Collected Poems[citation needed]
LGBT Studies Blue ribbon Susan Ackerman, When Heroes Love: The Ambiguities of Eros in the Stories of Gilgamesh and David[citation needed]
Non-Fiction Blue ribbon Thomas Glave, Words to Our Now[citation needed]
Romance Blue ribbon Radclyffe, Distant Shores, Silent Thunder[citation needed]
Science fiction, fantasy or horror Blue ribbon Katherine V. Forrest, Daughters of an Emerald Dusk[citation needed]
Spirituality Blue ribbon Cheri DiNovo, Qu(e)erying Evangelism: Growing a Community from the Outside In[citation needed]
Transgender Blue ribbon Charlie Anders, Choir Boy[citation needed]

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