The Bi Writers Association is the foremost voice promoting bi writers, bi books and bisexual writing in America. We are working to put the “B” in LGBT.
We provide a networking forum for bi writers, an online bi book club, we work to increase awareness of members’ writing within the bi community, promote bi writing in the LGBT community, use our word power to dispel myths and stereotypes about bisexuality in both the gay and mainstream press and work to help the “gay press” truly become the “LGBT press.” This association includes writers in all genres including journalism, essays, fiction, non-fiction, plays, poetry, TV and movie scripts, songwriting and erotica.
The Bi Writers Association has two email lists in order to stay informed.
One email list is for BWA event notices and group collaboration, and the other is for bi writers to stay connected.
See below for the email list
that is right for you.
Join the Bi Book Club
to learn about new releases
and for event notifications.
[Open to readers and writers both.]
The Bi Book Club is an online group for the discussion of bisexual books including fiction, non-fiction, biography and poetry. This group welcomes readers as well as writers.
Join the Bi Writers Association
[Open to bi writers only.]
All bi writers are eligible to join the Bi Writers Association. We do not charge any dues or fees. But only those who fill out and submit a membership application form will be eligible to post a link to their website or blog on BWA's website. (See Member Websites page.)
We welcome all bi writers to join our Bi Writers networking email list.
Sheela goes to Washington!
Click here to get the scoop!
BWA Founder, Sheela Lambert,
has been cordially invited to the White House,
as a representative of the bi community,
for President Obama's LGBT Pride Reception.
Media Guide to Bisexuality
& Reporting on LGBT Issues
Great tips for writing a bi-inclusive press release!
Friday May 27, 2011
Doors open 6:30 for book signings
NYC LGBT Community Center
208 W. 13 St. 7-8 Ave 10011
Celebrated 2010 bisexual book
authors, nominated for the “Lammy”
LGBT Book Awards,
read from their works.
Plus live music and bi culture.
Cecilia Tan: author Black Feathers, founder of Circlet Press
(Contrib Bisexual Nonfiction The Mammoth Book of Threesomes and Moresomes)
Daniel Allen Cox - Krakow Melt*
Ann Herendeen - Pride/Prejudice*
Michael Gregg Michaud - Sal Mineo**
Malena Watrous - If You Follow Me*
Georgeann Packard - Fall Asleep Forgetting*
Ann Tweedy - Beleaguered Oasis***
Nora Olsen - The End: Five Queer Kids Save The World
*Bisexual Fiction Finalist
**Bisexual Nonfiction Finalist
***Bisexual Fiction Nominee
Robin Renee, Rorie Kelly & Ben Silver
Comedy & Song
Excerpt from Lost and Found by Marsha Sheiness.
After party at Village Den, around the corner from LGBT Center.
This project is made possible in part with public funds from the Manhattan Community Arts Fund,
supported by the New York City Dept of Cultural Affairs and administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.