Month: January 2017
2016 Award Eligibility Post
Apparently every writer these days does them, and I do find them convenient to check whether a story I liked is actually eligible for awards in a given year.
I have two works published in 2016, which word of mouth is telling me some people liked, and these are the categories they are eligible in:
Novelette by the Hugo/Nebula definition (Novella by the World Fantasy definition):
“Polyglossia” March 2016 issue of GigaNotoSaurus, edited by Rashida J. Smith. A man who has lost his birth language, a woman with many languages, and a song that neither of them understand.
Listed on the Nebula Recommended Reading List, thank you to whoever put in a voice for me there. Also reviewed with approval by the Language Hat blog as “one of the most remarkable linguistics-oriented stories I’ve read.”
“The Three Dancers of Gizari”. Issue #192 (February 2016) of Beneath Ceaseless Skies, edited by Scott H. Andrews. A poor financial manager longs for a mind-altering sculpture that her boss, the world’s richest woman, is buying — but the sculptor will not sell.
Listed on Tangent Online’s 2016 Recommended Reading List.
I am in my second year of eligibility for the Campbell Award for Best New Writer. As a Canadian citizen, I am also eligible for the Prix Aurora Awards.