alisKeymaster21st February, 2020 at 7:27 amPost count: 25
So if you have something that’s eligible—for either award, in any category—it’s time to let us know!
AlanParticipant21st February, 2020 at 9:46 amPost count: 1
Love a bit of shameless self-promotion. Here’s my eligible stuff this time around:
Best Collected Work:
Served Cold by Alan Baxter, Grey Matter Press.
Best Novella or Novelette:
“Yellowheart”, Alan Baxter, in Served Cold, Grey Matter Press.
Best Short Story:
“Exquisite”, Alan Baxter, in Served Cold, Grey Matter Press.
“The Ocean Hushed the Stones”, Alan Baxter, in Served Cold, Grey Matter Press.
“The Throat”, Alan Baxter, in SNAFU: Last Stand, Cohesion Press.
samhawkewritesParticipant9th March, 2020 at 4:03 pmPost count: 6
Only a few days left to nominate for the Hugos and not-a-Hugos and hell, it’s been a sh*te year, might as well shoot for something good – if you have any room on your nominating ballot for the Astounding award (formerly the Campbell) this is my second and last year of eligibility and I would *so* appreciate your nomination if you’re so inclined. It is an extremely long shot, especially as due to publishing dramas my second book got delayed and so I didn’t have a novel out in 2019, but I did make the longlist in Dublin and given the Aus/NZ presence at this con and the fact that City won a bunch of the Aus awards last year, hey, you never know!
If you went to Dublin or are going to NZ this year, you are able to nominate: Hugo nomination link
I have some room in most categories on my ballot too so if anyone has anything eligible you wanna shake in front of our noses, reply to this!
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