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Jon Macy’s “Teleny and Camille” Wins Lambda Literary Award for Gay Erotica

Jon Macy has won the 2010 Lambda Literary Award for Gay Erotica for his graphic novel, Teleny and Camille. The book is an adaptation of the 1893 anonymous erotic novel, Teleny, attributed to Oscar Wilde and his circle of writers and poets. Another Northwest Press title, Glamazonia: The Uncanny Super-Tranny, by Justin Hall, was also a finalist, for […]

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Brian Cronin Reviews “Teleny and Camille” for Month of LGBT Comics

Brian Cronin has shone the spotlight on Jon Macy’s Teleny and Camille as part of his ongoing “Month of LGBT Comics” series at Comic Book Resources. Brian shares some sample pages from the first chapter preview and praises them, but mostly lets them speak for themselves. Almost instantaneously, the two men form a bond between themselves […]

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Two Northwest Press Books are Finalists for 2010 Lambda Literary Award

The Lambda Literary Foundation revealed their finalists for the 23rd Annual Lambda Literary Awards today, and two Northwest Press books were among them. Jon Macy’s Teleny and Camille is a finalist for Gay Erotica and Justin Hall’s Glamazonia: The Uncanny Super-Tranny is a finalist for Transgender Fiction. The Awards celebrate annual achievement in lesbian, gay, […]

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Congratulations!

I’m thrilled to let you know that the Lambda Literary Foundation has announced their finalists for the 23rd Annual Lambda Literary Awards, and both major Northwest Press releases are among them! I’m so proud of Jon Macy (Teleny and Camille, finalist for Gay Erotica) and Justin Hall (Glamazonia: The Uncanny Super-Tranny, finalist for Transgender Fiction) for […]

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Jon Macy’s Teleny and Camille Makes Paul Gravett’s “Best of 2010″

Comics reviewer, publisher, writer, and historian extraordinaire Paul Gravett published his extensive list of the best comics of 2010, and Jon Macy’s Teleny and Camille was among them, following right after a mention of Darwyn Cooke’s Parker adaptations. Another perfect marriage was made between Oscar Wilde and American artist Jon Macy in his adaptation of […]

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Teleny and Camille Reviewed on Lambda Literary

Cathy Camper reviewed Jon Macy’s Teleny and Camille on Lambda Literary.org. Here’s a taste: Imagine a collection of erotic tales penned anonymously by Oscar Wilde and friends. The stories come from a round-robin writing game and the participants are Victorians with various degrees of writing talent. But instead of a party game pastime, where the […]

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