Tag: astounding award

  • 2023 Astounding-eligible authors: roundup #2

    2023 Astounding-eligible authors: roundup #2

    These authors are in their first year of eligibility for the Astounding, meaning that their qualifying work was published in 2022. They’ll be eligible for the ballots at Chendgu Worldcon and Glasgow 2024. Check the original post for a full(er) list of eligible authors, and the #astounding2023 tag for more of these spotlight posts. Short […]

  • 2023 Astounding-eligible authors: roundup #1

    2023 Astounding-eligible authors: roundup #1

    These authors are in their first year of eligibility for the Astounding, meaning that their qualifying work was published in 2022. They’ll be eligible for the ballots at Chendgu Worldcon and Glasgow 2024. Check the original post for a full(er) list of eligible authors, and the #astounding2023 tag for more of these spotlight posts. Short […]

  • Some Astounding Award-eligible writers

    Some Astounding Award-eligible writers

    The Astounding Award for Best New Writer is sponsored by Dell, administered by the World Science Fiction Convention, and nominated by Attending and Supporting members of Worldcon. This year, members of Worldcons 80 (Chicago), 81 (Chengdu), and 82 (Glasgow) can nominate. The website for Chengdu is apparently up and taking credit cards, so if you […]

  • A subset of writers eligible for the Astounding Award

    A subset of writers eligible for the Astounding Award

    The Astounding Award for Best New Writer is sponsored by Dell, administered by the World Science Fiction Convention, and nominated and voted on by Attending and Supporting members of Worldcon. It recognizes the best new writer on the speculative fiction scene. The definition of a “new writer” is a little arcane. Eligibility begins with the […]

  • Award eligibility post

    Award eligibility post

    It’s that time of year again. Like so many other authors, I’d like to present a rundown of work that came out in 2021. If you are nominating for the Hugo, Astounding, Nebula, Stoker, Locus, or any of the other awards out there, I’d appreciate your consideration. For purposes of awards restricted by geography, national […]

  • The obligatory awards post

    The obligatory awards post

    As 2020 slouches toward its end, authors pause their doomscrolling and conscientiously abandon their works in progress for a few moments (note: this is career-related, and therefore absolutely entirely nothing at all like procrastination). They assemble links, quash their self-consciousness, and hurl self-promoting posts into the aether before diving under a blanket. It just so […]