Bil Browning

Bilerico Project nominated for Best LGBT Blog award

Filed By Bil Browning | January 01, 2009 8:30 AM | comments

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Tags: Best Gay Blog, best LGBT blog, blog awards, BlogAwards

I'm proud to announce that Bilerico Project has been nominated for the second year in a row in the 2008 Weblog Award's Best LGBT Blog category. Last year, we lost by a few votes to Joe.My.God. Contributor Pam Spaulding's home blog, Pam's House Blend, won the award in 2005 and 2006.

wa2008_320x160.jpgThe current crop of finalists also includes the home blog for two Bilerico contributors - Pam Spaulding and Monica Robert's Transgriot were also nominated for Best LGBT Blog. Other finalists include: Susie Bright's Journal, Tammy Bruce, This Girl Called Automatic Win, Gay Patriot, Towleroad and Blabbeando.

Other contributors nominated for a Weblog Award include Dana Rudolph's Mombian for Best Large Blog, Storm Bear's Town Called Dobson for Best Comic Strip, and a special shout-out to frequent commenter and reader Zoe Brain's A. E. Brain for Best Australia or New Zealand Blog.

Congrats to all of the nominees. This complete list of nominated blogs in all categories is a great resource to find new sites to add to your RSS feeds. Voting is scheduled to start Monday, January 5th.


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Congratulation the The Project, Pam, all the finalists for Best LGBT blog and those of you who people nominated for it.

It's a major honor to be one of the 10 finalist blogs and capped an amazing year blogging for me. I started out being asked to join the team here, have become a Top 50 BBR ranked blogger, and now this.

When you consider that the 2008 Weblog Awards competition cycle had 500,000 nominations across all the categories and almost 170 nominations just in the LGBT blog category alone, it's a remarkable feat.

oops meant to write 5000 nominations.

That's what I get for being half asleep while commenting