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Feb 13

Award Nominations

I always hate making these posts as it seems a bit weird to ask people to nominate my works for an award (even if they think it’s worthy of one), but I’ve found that many folks don’t know they can nominate or what to even nominate something for, so here goes.

The Nebula Award

If you’re a SFWA member, you can nominate for the Nebulas until 2/15.

  • Class-M Exile is eligible for Best Novella.
  • “The Ringers,” which is in Joy to the Worlds is eligible for Novelette.
  • “Ol’ St. Nick,” which is in Joy to the Worlds is eligible for Novelette.

The Hugo Awards

If you’re attending WorldCon or a member of WorldCon (this includes folks who were members in 2015 I believe), you can nominate until March 31st. (The website says 1/31 AND 3/31, so I’m honestly not sure.)

  • Class-M Exile is eligible for Best Novella.
  • “The Ringers,” which is in Joy to the Worlds is eligible for Novelette.
  • “Ol’ St. Nick,” which is in Joy to the Worlds is eligible for Novelette.
  • Joy to the Worlds is eligible for Best Anthology.

Locus Awards

The Locus Awards have their seeded list, but you can write-in nominations even if you aren’t a Locus Magazine subscriber. The deadline is April 15.

  • Class-M Exile is eligible for Best Novella.
  • “The Ringers,” which is in Joy to the Worlds is eligible for Novelette.
  • “Ol’ St. Nick,” which is in Joy to the Worlds is eligible for Novelette.
  • Joy to the Worlds is eligible for Best Anthology.

So that’s a thing.

If you want to vote, vote for the stories and novels you really enjoyed. No pressure from me to vote for me. There’s a lot of fabulous stuff out there! 🙂

 

 

About the author

Raven Oak

Bestselling science fiction & fantasy author Raven Oak is best known for Amaskan’s Blood, Class-M Exile, and the collection Joy to the Worlds: Mysterious Speculative Fiction for the Holidays.

She spent most of her K-12 education doodling stories and 500 page monstrosities that are forever locked away in a filing cabinet. When she’s not writing, she’s getting her game on, enjoying cartography, or staring at the ocean.

She lives in Seattle, WA with her husband, and their three kitties who enjoy lounging across the keyboard when writing deadlines approach.

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