With the Hugo & Nebula nominations in full swing, it seemed like a good idea to dedicate a little space here on Inkpunks to our awards-eligible work from 2011. Many of us have already posted these on our own websites, but having it all in one place helps us keep it straight!
We hope you’ll see something on here that you’d like to read. And if you like it enough, to nominate for an award.
(Some of this is excerpted from our individual blogs, so excuse the cribbing!)
Galen’s graphic-novel collaboration with John Remy, “Traitors & Tyrants,” in the collection Mormons and Monsters is eligible for the Hugo for Best Graphic story.
Morgan is in her first year of eligibility for the John W. Campbell award for Best New Writer.
December 2011 – “My City of Ruins” — Finding Home: Community in Apocalyptic Worlds
September 2011 – “History of the Flesh” – Crimson Pact 2
April 2011 – “Dog Days” – Crossed Genres
April 2011 – “Indigo’s Gambit” – Extinct Doesn’t Mean Forever
John’s story, Semele’s Daughter, from Broken Time Blues: Fantastic Tales in the Roaring 20s, is available for a limited time online at his website.
Andrew Penn Romine
For Hugo & Nebula: “The Parting Glass,” Lightspeed Magazine, December 2011 (short story)
For Hugo: “Nor the Moonlight,” Broken Time Blues: Fantastic Tales in the Roaring 20s,Edge/Absolute XPress (2011) (short story)
For Hugo: “How the Goddess Came to Spring Flowering Alley,” Crossed Genres May 2011 (short story)
2011 is also Andrew’s first year of eligibility for the John Campbell Award for Best New Writer.
Wendy N. Wagner
Wendy is in her second year of eligibility for the John W. Campbell award for Best New Writer.
She has several short stories that are eligible for the Hugo/Nebula Short Story award:
“Outwitted,” Evolve Two: Vampire Stories of the Future Undead, EDGE
“I Can’t Imagine” Crossed Genres May 2011