Sara Farizan made history last night when, for the first time in the 26-year history of the Publishing Triangle Awards, she won both the Ferro-Grumley and the Debut Fiction prize for her novel If You Could Be Mine. Also, she arrived from the airport as her marketing director was accepting the debut award on her behalf.
Gay Nonfiction: White Girls, Hilton Als
Gay Poetry: All the Heat We Could Carry, Charlie Bondhus
Lesbian Poetry: Enchantée, Angie Estes
Lifetime Achievement: María Irene Fornés