Green Carnation Prize

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The Green Carnation Prize is a literary prize for any form of the written word by an LGBT writer.

In 2010 the writer Paul Magrs tweeted about the “scandalous lack of prizes for gay men” in the UK, which led to the journalist and blogger Simon Savidge approaching Paul about making an actual prize for gay men’s writing.[1] For 2011 the prize was opened to all LGBT writers.



For 2013 the judges were: