Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Fiction

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The Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Fiction is an annual literary award, presented by the Lambda Literary Foundation to a work of fiction on lesbian themes. As the award is presented based on themes in the work, not the sexuality or gender of the writer, men and heterosexual women may also be nominated for or win the award.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Year Winner Nominated
1988 Blue ribbon Dorothy Allison, Trash: Short Stories
1989 Blue ribbon Nisa Donnelly, The Bar Stories: A Novel After All
1990 Blue ribbon Paula Martinac, Out of Time
1991 Blue ribbon Blanche McCrary Boyd, The Revolution of Little Girls
Blue ribbon Jewelle Gomez, The Gilda Stories
1992 Blue ribbon Judith Katz, Running Fiercely Toward a High Thin Sound
1993 Blue ribbon Jeanette Winterson, Written on the Body
1994 Blue ribbon Rebecca Brown, The Gifts of the Body
1995 Blue ribbon Jacqueline Woodson, Autobiography of a Family Photo
1996 Blue ribbon Achy Obejas, Memory Mambo
1997 Blue ribbon Elana Dykewomon, Beyond the Pale
1998 Blue ribbon Dorothy Allison, Cavedweller
1999 Blue ribbon Sarah Waters, Tipping the Velvet
2000 Blue ribbon Michelle Tea, Valencia
2001 Blue ribbon Achy Obejas, Days of Awe[1]
2002 Blue ribbon Sarah Waters, Fingersmith
2003 Blue ribbon Nina Revoyr, Southland
2004 Blue ribbon Stacey D'Erasmo, A Seahorse Year
2005 Blue ribbon Abha Dawesar, Babyji
2006 Blue ribbon Sarah Waters, The Night Watch
2007 Blue ribbon Ali Liebegott, The IHOP Papers
2008 Blue ribbon Emma Donoghue, The Sealed Letter
Blue ribbon Chandra Mayor, All the Pretty Girls
2009 Blue ribbon Jill Malone, A Field Guide to Deception
2010 Blue ribbon Eileen Myles, Inferno (a poet’s novel)[2]
2011 Blue ribbon Farzana Doctor, Six Metres of Pavement
2012 Blue ribbon Thrity Umrigar, The World We Found[3]
2013 Blue ribbon Chinelo Okparanta, Happiness, Like Water[4]
2014 Blue ribbon Alexis De Veaux, Yabo[5]
2015 Blue ribbon Chinelo Okparanta, Under the Udala Trees[6]
2016 Blue ribbon Nicole Dennis-Benn, Here Comes the Sun[7]
2017 Blue ribbon Carmen Maria Machado, Her Body and Other Parties[8]

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