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It’s that time again! Once again I have created this post for consolidating fantasy and science fiction award eligibility round-ups. If you are an F&SF writer, editor, or publisher working in comics, fiction or games, I hope you’ll let people know what you have that they should be reading. People on my Discord server have already been gently prodded about this.
Past things I have written about why writers should do this include On Awards: To Be Pushy Or Not To Be Pushy (2014), The Spontaneous Knotting of an Agitated Awards Process (2015), and To Eligibility Post or Not to Eligibility Post? (2016).
Hello! I have only a scattering of stuff this year (but 2021 is going to be a doozy, I can tell you that right now, because at least two books, a novelette, stories in BCS and Mag of F&SF, and some other stuff are all coming up, wheeeee!)
Anyhow. When you are reading for awards, here’s what I published in 2020. But if you want a huge batch of them, what you should really do is consult the big post of awards eligibility posts — and if you’ve got something that should be on there, let me know.
It’s that time of year again when I urge my students and mentees not to be shy about spreading word of the great stuff they’ve done over the course of the year. I’ve blogged before about how important it is … Continue reading
Once again I have created this post for consolidating fantasy and science fiction award eligibility round-ups. Here are the rules. I prefer to link to, in order of preference: Your blog post listing what you published that is eligible Your … Continue reading
If you’re looking for my roundup of F&SF posts by other writers, it’s here. Most of my stories appeared privately for Patreon. Those Patreon stories included: PATREON, October, 2017. A Restless World, co-written with Rachel Swirsky. (flash) PATREON, October, 2017. … Continue reading
Let us begin by acknowledging that this is a rancorous period, full of clashing agendas, bewildered onlookers, and all too many innocents caught in the crossfire. And that right now making an eligibility post particularly mentioning Hugo Award categories like Related Work is something that some of us are circling and wondering about.
And my answer is yes. Yes, you should. Why?