The Clock is Ticking: I’m Up For A Campbell Award For Best New Writer

Sadly, I qualify this year for a Campbell award for Best New Writer for my short story, Genderbending at the Madhattered.

This is sad because

1) I haven’t written a ton of stuff that would showcase my work because I’m bogged down in novels

2) I only have one year left of eligibility for the award

3) The nomination period ends March 10th, which is three days from now. Not much notice, eh?

Apparently, guidelines fore the award were relaxed, so SH stories now qualify.

Ah, well.

Anyway, if you’re interested, here’s my bibliography:

“Wonder Maul Doll.” Forthcoming in the From the Trenches anthology, November 2006.

“Genderbending at the Madhattered.” Strange Horizons, February 2004

“Holding Onto Ghosts.” Talebones. Summer 2003

“Once, There Were Wolves.” The Leading Edge. Spring 2003

“If Women Do Fall they Lie.” Deep Outside. December 2000

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