Jean M. Redmann
|Pen name||J. M. Redmann|
|Literary movement||LGBT literature|
Jean M. Redmann (born June 9, 1955 in Mississippi, US), known professionally as J. M. Redmann and R. Jean Reid, is an American novelist best known for her Micky Knight mystery series, which has won the Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Mystery three times and been a finalist four times.
Redmann's novels contain similar themes regarding "the protagonist's troubled childhood and how it affects her adult life, discrimination based on sexual orientation and alcoholism. Her novels follow the tradition of hardboiled fiction."
She "is a gay rights activist and works as the director of prevention at NO/AIDS Task Force."
Micky Knight series
- Death by the Riverside (1990)
- Deaths of Jocasta (1992)
- The Intersection of Law and Desire (1995)
- Lost Daughters (1999)
- Death of a Dying Man (2009)
- Water Mark (2010)
- Ill Will (2012)
- The Shoal of Time (2013)
- The Girl on the Edge of Summer (2017)
- Not Dead Enough (2019)
- Transitory (2023)
Nell McGraw series (as R. Jean Reid)
- Roots of Murder (2016)
- Perdition (2017)
- The Milk of Human Kindness, edited by Lori L. Lake (2004)
- Women of Mystery: An Anthology, edited by Katherine V. Forrest (2006)
- Women in Uniform: Medics and Soldiers and Cops, Oh My!, edited by Pat Cronin (2010)
- Lesbians on the Loose: Crime Writers on the Lam, edited by Narrelle M. Harris (2015)
- The Only One in the World: A Sherlock Holmes Anthology, edited by Narrelle M. Harris (2021)
- Women of the Mean Streets, with Greg Herren (2011)
- Men of the Mean Streets: Gay Noir, with Greg Herren (2011)
- Night Shadows: Queer Horror, with Greg Herren (2012)
|2018||The Girl on the Edge of Summer||Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Mystery||Finalist|||
|2013||Ill Will||Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Mystery||Winner|||
|2012||Night Shadows: Queer Horror||Shirley Jackson Award for Edited Anthology||Finalist|||
|Lambda Literary Award for Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror||Finalist|||
|2011||Water Mark||Golden Crown Literary Society Award for Mystery/Thriller||Winner|||
|Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Mystery||Finalist|
|Rainbow Award for LGBT Mystery||Winner|
|2010||Death of a Dying Man||Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Mystery||Winner|||
|2000||Lost Daughters||Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Mystery||Finalist|
|1996||The Intersection of Law and Desire||Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Mystery||Winner|
|1993||Deaths of Jocasta||Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Mystery||Finalist|
- "J.M. Redmann". Goodreads. Retrieved January 17, 2022.
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- "25th Annual Lambda Literary Award Winners Announced!". Lambda Literary. June 4, 2013. Retrieved January 17, 2022.
- Yates, Ryan (June 4, 2013). "2013 Lambda Literary Award Winners Announced". Autostraddle. Retrieved January 17, 2022.
- "2012 Shirley Jackson Awards Winners". The Shirley Jackson Awards. Retrieved January 17, 2022.
- "Award Winners of 2011". Golden Crown Literary Society. Archived from the original on January 18, 2022. Retrieved January 17, 2022.
- Valenzuela, Tony (May 10, 2010). "22nd Annual Lambda Literary Awards". Lambda Literary. Retrieved January 17, 2022.