elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

The Rainbow Awards: Contemporary Gay Fiction Popularity Contest Winner

The winner of the popularity contest for Contemporary Gay Fiction (and the book goes directly to Phase 3) is:

Clippings by A.J. Mirag
ISBN: 978-0-557-01301-2
Publisher: Lulu Press

Unfairly arrested and charged with the murder of a police officer, Daniel has been jailed indefinitely until trial. A Brazilian prison is a terrible place to lose his innocence. Daniel would have lost more than that — perhaps even his life — if not for Mephisto, his cellmate. "Clippings" is the story of the challenges faced by a middle class young man in prison, and his relationship with a dark, mysterious man who seems eager to protect him, but who might have his own inscrutable plans... Cover art and illustrations by kore kan.

Honorable Mention (in popularity order to):


A Note in the Margin by Isabelle Rowan, Dreamspinner Press
Handyman by Claire Thompson, Samhain Publishing
St. Nacho’s by Z.A. Maxfield, Loose Id
Faith & Fidelity by Tere Michaels, Loose Id
Collision Course by K.A. Mitchell, Samhain Publishing
Cut & Run by Madeleine Urban and Abigail Roux, Dreamspinner Press
Sex, Lies and Wedding Bells by E.M. Lynley, Ravenous Romance
The Happy Onion by Ally Blue, Samhain Publishing
I Do -- an anthology in support of marriage equality by Kris Jacen, MLR Press
Tags: rainbow awards 2009

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