Tonight is the last night to nominate Canadian fiction for an Aurora Award!
The following is a repost of the original post I put up with all the pertinent details:
From the Prix Aurora website:
The Prix Aurora Awards are Canada’s National Science Fiction & Fantasy Awards. They are Canadian Fans’ way of recognizing the best in genre creativity and activity of the previous calendar year (January 1st to December 31st 2010).
Why am I telling you this? Voting is free and registration is simple — just sign up to be a member and you can nominate every year. And don’t worry, you don’t have to vote in every category. Just fill in what you know.
This is not an entirely selfless announcement I do have four stories eligible for the Aurora awards in the Best Short Fiction Category:
- “Digital Rights” Writers of the Future 26. Available here: http://www.amazon.ca/Ron-Hubbard-Presents-Writers-Future/dp/1592128475 (read the story free until the end of April)
- “The Kol Effect” Neo-Opsis #19. Available here: http://www.neo-opsis.ca/Nineteen
- “John’s List” War of the Worlds: Frontlines. Available here: http://www.amazon.ca/War-Worlds-Frontlines-J-Schnarr/dp/0973483725
- “The Monastery” Not One of Us – Hidden Issue. Available here: http://not-one-of-us.com/issues/hidden.php