Thom Gunn Award
The Thom Gunn Award is an annual literary award, presented by Publishing Triangle to honour works of gay male poetry. First presented in 2001 as the Triangle Award for Gay Poetry, the award was renamed in memory of American poet Thom Gunn, the award's first winner, following his death in 2004.
- 2001 — Thom Gunn, Boss Cupid
- 2002 — Mark Doty, Source
- 2003 — Greg Hewett, Red Suburb
- 2004 — Brian Teare, The Room Where I Was Born
- 2005 — Carl Phillips, The Rest of Love
- 2006 — Richard Siken, Crush
- 2007 — Justin Chin, Gutted
- 2008 — Steve Fellner, Blind Date with Cavafy and Daniel Hall, Under Sleep
- 2009 — Ely Shipley, Boy with Flower
- 2010 — Ronaldo V. Wilson, Poems of the Black Object
- 2011 — Michael Walsh, The Dirt Riddles
- 2012 — Henri Cole, Touch
- 2013 — Richard Blanco, Looking for the Gulf Motel
- 2014 — Charlie Bondhus, All the Heat We Could Carry
- 2015 — Jericho Brown, The New Testament
- "Going for the Silver". Gay City News, May 8, 2013.
- "Do ask, do tell: Poetry collection about U.S. soldier wins gay literary award". Washington Post, April 25, 2014.
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