Congratulations to Beth Firestein and all of the contributors to Becoming Visible: Counseling Bisexuals Across the Lifespan for being named a finalist in the Bisexual category of the 20th Annual Lambda Literary Awards.
We’ve also posted an interview with Beth Firestein and a pdf of the book’s introduction, and you can also visit Beth Firestein’s site Becoming Visible: A Resource Website for Bisexual and Transgender Issues.
In other awards news, the Choice Outstanding Academic Titles were announced earlier this month. CUP, Wallflower, and Edinburgh University Press winners include:
* The Armenians: From Kings and Priests to Merchants and Commisars by Razmik Panossian
* The Rise and Fall of Soul and Self: An Intellectual History of Personal Identity by Raymond Martin and John Barresi
* In the Beginning, Woman Was the Sun: The Autobiography of a Japanese Feminist by Raicho Hiratsuka, translated by Teruko Craig
* The Self Possessed: Deity and Spirit Possession in South Asian Literature and Civilization by Frederick M. Smith
* Useless Arithmetic: Why Environmental Scientists Can’t Predict the Future by Orrin H. Pilkey and Linda Pilkey-Jarvis
* Qigong Fever: Body, Science, and Utopia in China by David A. Palmer
* The Columbia Encyclopedia of Modern Drama edited by Gabrielle H. Cody and Evert Sprinchorn
* Environment, Power and Society for the Twenty-First Century: The Hierarchy of Energy by Howard T. Odum
* Filmosophy by Daniel Frampton
* Islamic Calligraphy by Sheila S. Blair
* The Edinburgh International Encyclopedia of Psychoanalysis ed. by Ross M. Skelton with Bernard Burgoyne et. al.