"My appreciation for getting this award has only gotten deeper since it was announced last month. The world has changed since getting this good news...." — Myles on winning the Bill Whitehead Award for Lifetime Achievement.
"To me, this award is a promise and a commitment. To remember the queer elders who’ve looked after me through language, and to try to pay it forward." — Oliver Baez Bendorf on winning the Betty Berzon Emerging Writer Award.
In honoring In Her Words, the Publishing Triangle salutes the immediacy of this film, which portrays the history of twentieth-century lesbian fiction from the perspective of those who created it; In Her Words ensures that the legacies of these literary pioneers will continue to be available to inform and inspire future generations.
We come from all types of backgrounds. We are on staff and we’re freelancers. We are editors, agents, and booksellers; we work in sub rights, publicity, sales, design, and production. Many of us are writers. We are also librarians, teachers, booksellers, and even avid readers …
The purpose of the Publishing Triangle is to further the publication of books and other materials written by LGBT authors or with LGBT themes. Founded in 1988, The Publishing Triangle works to create support and a sense of community for lesbian and gay people in the publishing industry.
The Publishing Triangle was founded in the winter of 1988–89 to bring book publishing professionals together for networking and mutual support, provide a forum for solidarity and community, and to advance the cause of an exciting and fast-emerging LGBTQ literature.