Nominated for a Bi Writer Award! In the bisexual sf/fantasy category!

The Poet & The Prophecy full sizeBy the time you read this I will probably be on my way to Balticon for the weekend, but I just got the news that WOW! YES! not only are the first annual awards for bisexual writers and books happening NEXT week (Sunday June 2, 6:30 pm at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, NYC) but I have two nominations! One of my books is a finalist, and I’m a finalist myself!
THE POET AND THE PROPHECY: Magic University Book Four is a finalist in the sf/fantasy category. Kyle, the hero of the Magic U. books is not only bisexual, he’s had to prove it in order to pass his classes in sex magic. Book four is his senior year, and not only is he trying to graduate, he’s dealing with fulfillment of a prophecy and the fact that not only are the binds that hold the magical world together starting to unravel, the magic that holds the person he loves together are unraveling, too. I’m very excited that the book received a nod.
And I am a finalist for the Bi Writer Award. I’m in very excellent company, check out who else is nominated!
Bi Writer Award finalists are:
Brit Mandelo, Erynn Rowan Laurie, Janet W. Hardy, Cheryl Burke, Basil Papademos, Catherine Lundoff, Mykola Dementiuk, Annette Lapointe, Cecilia Tan.
The full list of books nominated in fiction, nonfiction, poetry, erotica, and sf/fantasy can be found in a post in the BiWriters Livejournal community here:
For more info about the Bi Writer Awards, and the BiLines reading and celebration that will take place prior to the awards ceremony, have a look at this post with all the details on who is performing, etc. Admission $10:


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