Your cart is empty.
Love after the End wins Lambda Literary Award

Love after the End wins Lambda Literary Award

By Arsenal Pulp Date: June 01, 2021 Tags: Awards, Joshua Whitehead, Love after the End

Love after the End: An Anthology of Two-Spirit and Indigiqueer Speculative Fiction, edited by Joshua Whitehead, has won the 2021 Lambda Literary Award for LGBTQ Anthology!

The award was announced during a virtual ceremony held on June 1. Held annually since 1989, the Lambda Literary Awards honour the year's best LGBTQ+ books.

In a starred review, Booklist said of Love after the End: "These stories are a welcome breath of fresh air in the often hyperindividualist, survivalist subgenre of postapocalyptic fiction, and are essential reading for anyone committed to the possibilities of sf as a means to create new and different futures."

This is Joshua's second Lambda Literary Award; his first came in 2019 when Jonny Appleseed won in the category of Gay Fiction.

Congratulations to Joshua and all the contributors!

You can watch the Lambda Literary Award ceremony here: