"Rainbow Pride Cheesecake" by Paul Richmond

for Authors: Rainbow Awards

March 1, 2017 | Update

This post about Rainbow Awards was written in December, scheduled to post, then forgotten. (I’m no longer scheduling posts. Anything I don’t care for the day of remains in my Drafts folder.)

It’s come to my attention that the contest rules or any information specific to the 2017 Rainbow Awards have either been removed or buried within the contest creator’s websites. I have not participated in this contest before so don’t know the usual process. Please don’t get your hopes up that this contest will happen this year.

Do you know of any LGBT+ awards for fiction and/or creative nonfiction? Please share!


Rainbow Awards

In March, the first round of reading starts for the Rainbow Awards, an annual contest meant to celebrate LGBT fiction and nonfiction. The Rainbow Awards is open to work focusing LGBT characters and people.

Instead of a direct submission fee, contest entrants must donate to a selected non-profit charitable organization as a part of the submission requirements. So, whatever else it offers to the queer writing community, it promotes several relevant causes.

You could find more entry and judging information on the contest creator’s site, ElisaRolle.com.

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