It’s that time of year, time to look back and reflect on what all I did in 2016. Since I’ve been encouraging others to share their eligibility and recommendation posts (please do!), it seems only fair that I do it myself. I’m still catching up on reading, but I’ll be assembling my recommendation posts soon. In the meantime, here’s my award eligible work for 2016.
Tekeli-li, They Cry, published in Tomorrow’s Cthulhu
Seven Cups of Coffee, published in Clarkesworld
The Ghosts of Mars, published as part of the March Geeky Giving bundle
A Guide to Birds by Song (After Death), published in Clockwork Phoenix 5
In the Name of Free Will, published in Superhero Universe (Tesseracts 19)
The Men From Narrow Houses, published in Liminal Stories
I Dress My Lover in Yellow, published in The Mammoth Book of Cthulhu
The Last Sailing of the Henry Charles Morgan in Six Pieces of Scrimshaw (1841), published in The Dark
How Objects Behave on the Edge of a Black Hole, published in Strangers Among Us
How to Host a Haunted House Murder Mystery Party, published in Bourbon Penn
When the Stitches Come Undone, published in Children of Lovecraft
The Kissing Booth Girl and Other Stories, published by Lethe Press
The collection is eligible as a whole for things like the World Fantasy Award. It also contains two original short stories – Juliet & Juliet(te): A Romance of Alternate Worlds, and It’s the End of the World As We Know It – and two original novelettes – The Astronaut, Her Lover, the Queen of Faerie, and Their Child, and The Kissing Booth Girl.
As a Canadian, I’m also eligible for the Prix Aurora Awards, in addition to awards like Nebula, Hugo, World Fantasy, etc.