The winner of the 2012 WSFA Small Press Award was “The Patrician” by Tansy Rayner Roberts, published in Love and Romanpunk, by Twelfth Planet Press, May 2011, edited by Alisa Krasnostein. The other finalists were: “A Militant Peace” by David Klecha and Tobias S. Buckell, published in Clarkesworld Magazine, edited by Neil Clarke, November 2011. “Flowers […]
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Lots of Award news this morning from various sources including Cheryl Morgan (please update your mailing lists and change your entry for SFAW), SFSignal and Locus – The 2011 Philip K. Dick Award Nominees have been announced: The judges of the 2011 Philip K. Dick Award and the Philadelphia SF Society, along with the Philip […]
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The Washington Science Fiction Association has announced the finalists for the 2011 WSFA Small Press Award for Short Fiction published in 2010: “After the Dragon”, Sarah Monette (Fantasy Magazine, January 2010) “Amaryllis”, Carrie Vaughn (Lightspeed Magazine, June 2010) “The Cassandra Project”, Jack McDevitt (Lightspeed Magazine, June 2010) “The Days of Flaming Motorcycles”, Catherynne M. Valente […]
At Capclave over the weekend the WSFA Small Press Award, for short fiction published by a small press, was announced. The winner was “Siren Beat” by Tansy Rayner Roberts, published by Twelfth Planet Press and edited by Alisa Krasnostein.
We are very late on this, but present them for completeness sake with apologies. Here they are: “each thing i show you is a piece of my death”, Gemma Files and Stephen J. Barringer, (Clockwork Phoenix 2, Mike Allen ed., Norilana Books) “Images of Anna”, Nancy Kress, (Fantasy Magazine, September 2009) “James and the Dark […]
The WSFA Small Press Award is once again open for submissions. Any small press with fiction from 2009 that they would like to nominate for the award should get in touch with the administrators. Full details on their web site.
The Washington Science Fiction Association has announced the winner of their 2009 WSFA Small Press Award for Short Fiction: “The Absence of Stars: Part 1″ by Greg Siewert, published in Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show, edited by Edmund R. Schubert, Hatrack Publishing. The short list for this year’s award is available here.
The Washington Science Fiction Association has announces the finalists for the 2009 WSFA Small Press Award for Short Fiction: “Drinking Problem” by K.D. Wentworth, published in Seeds of Change, edited by John Joseph Adams, Prime Books (August, 2008) “Hard Rain at the Fortean Café” by Lavie Tidhar, published in issue 14 of Aeon Speculative Fiction […]
The Washington Science Fiction Association is calling for nominations for their Small Press Award. The award, now in its third year, is given annually for short fiction works (17,500 words or fewer) of imaginative literature (e.g., science fiction, fantasy, horror, speculative fiction or like literature) published by a small press. Stories may be nominated by […]
At Capclave yesterday the Washington Science Fiction Association announced the 2008 winner of their award for short fiction published by a small press. The winner is “The Wizard of Macatawa” by Tom Doyle, published in issue 11 of Paradox magazine, publisher and editor Christopher M. Cevasco. “The Wizard of Macatawa” tells the story of how […]
The finalists for this year’s WSFA Small Press Award (honoring short fiction published by small presses) are as follows: “Bufo Rex” by Erik Amundsen, Weird Tales #347 “Orm the Beautiful” by Elizabeth Bear, Clarkesworld Magazine, January 2007 “The Wizard of Macatawa” by Tom Doyle, Paradox #11 () “Harry the Crow” by John Kratman, Aeon Speculative […]
The Washington Science Fiction Association reminds us that the nominating period is now open for their Small Press Award. This is for short fiction published by small presses. The full press release follows:
SF Scope has Peter S. Beagle’s acceptance speech for the WSFA Small Press Award.
The WSFA Small Press Award winner was announced yesterday at Capclave. The winning story is “El Regalo” by Peter S. Beagle from his short story collection The Line Between published by Tachyon Publications. The award was accepted on behalf of Mr. Beagle and Tachyon Press by Michael Swanwick. Congratulations to Peter, and to Jacob and […]
This appears to be a new award, and one with an interesting theme. It is for short fiction (max 20,000 words) but is open only to stories published by small presses. See the award page for details of eligibility. The winner is due to be announced at Capclave this coming weekend. Check back on Sunday […]