Martin Wilson (writer)
What They Always Tell Us won an Alabama Author Award for best young adult book, and was a nominee for children's/young adult literature category at the 2009 Lambda Literary Awards. The novel was also an Indie Next Selection, an ALA-ALSC Rainbow List Selection, and a CCBC Choices Book. His second novel, Now We Return to Regular Life, was published in 2017.
Wilson has also published short stories. In 2010, he contributed an essay about John Donovan's influential LGBT teen novel I'll Get There. It Better Be Worth the Trip to the 2010 book The Lost Library: Gay Fiction Rediscovered.
- "Martin Wilson's debut novel What They Always Tell Us brings gay coming-of-age tales out of the YA closet". Nashville Scene, April 1, 2010.
- "The Banal and the Profane: Martin Wilson". Lambda Literary Foundation, April 30, 2013.
- "The Lost Library: Gay Fiction Rediscovered Edited by Tom Cardamone". The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide, May 4, 2013.
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