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Calling All Bookworms

The Lesfic Bard Awards are looking for judges, and thanks to the magic of technology, you can do it from the comfort of your favorite reading chair.


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These awards are presented each year to recognize excellence in lesbian literature.

 

The judging process will open January 1, 2018 and run through to December 31, 2018. The awards administrators will review, consult, and select the judges. Those selected will be notified via email.

 

Consideration will be given to all interested parties in a fair, equitable, and professional manner, but experienced judges will have priority.

 

We have sixteen (16) categories spanning a vast array of lesbian literature, so there is something to pique many interests. Each category will be assigned up to five (5) judges.

 

Each judge will be emailed e-reader formatted books, void of title, author or blurb information, to review over the course of a year. This ensures the judging process is as free of bias as possible.

 

Judges may apply for more than one category but must be able to maintain their responsibilities in a fair and prompt manner for each category they choose.

 

Judges must complete and sign the Application of Interest form and must be accepted by our awards administrators before they begin judging. Judges must submit their scoring for all books in their category no later than February 15, 2019.

 

For more information regarding the Lesfic Bard Awards, the nomination process, deadlines, and eligibility, head over to lesficbardawards.com

 

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