Just a reminder that voting for the Cóyotl Awards closes in just over a month now, on August 15. If you haven’t read all the nominated works, here are links to check them out. (Please note that some of these may be accessible only to FWG members who are registered on our forums.)
The Bees by Laline Paull (purchase link)
Bête by Adam Roberts (purchase link)
Off the Beaten Path by Rukis (free to read on FA)
Going Concerns by Watts Martin (free to read on website)
Huntress by Renee Carter Hall (downloadable files)
The Mysterious Affair of Giles by Kyell Gold (downloadable files)
Best Short Story
Cold Scent by Alice Dryden (free to read online)
Jackalope Wives by Ursula Vernon (free to read online)
Pavlov’s House by Malcolm Cross (free to read online)
Abandoned Places edited by Tarl “Voice” Hoch (purchase link)
Tales from the Guild: Music to Your Ears edited by AnthroAquatic (purchase link)
Again, voting closes August 15 and can be done at the Cóyotl Awards website.
The ballot has been announced, and voting for the 2014 Cóyotl Awards is now open! Votes will be accepted through Saturday, August 15.
Congratulations to all the 2014 nominees:
The Bees by Laline Paull
Bête by Adam Roberts
Off the Beaten Path by Rukis
Going Concerns by Watts Martin
Huntress by Renee Carter Hall
The Mysterious Affair of Giles by Kyell Gold
Best Short Story
Cold Scent by Alice Dryden
Jackalope Wives by Ursula Vernon
Pavlov’s House by Malcolm Cross
Abandoned Places edited by Tarl “Voice” Hoch
Tales from the Guild: Music to Your Ears edited by AnthroAquatic
See lists of previous winners.
The Cóyotl Awards ceremony was held last night at Rainfurrest. Congratulations to all the winners!
(Full list of nominees at http://coyotlawards.org/2012-2/)
Best Novel: By Sword and Star by Renee Carter Hall
Best Novella: Reach for the Sky (The Battle of Britain – a novel of Lt. Corn Book 1) by Vixyy Fox
Best Short Story: “Chasing the Spotlight” by Tim Susman (published in ROAR Volume 4)
(Full list of nominees at http://coyotlawards.org/2013-2/)
Best Novel: God of Clay by Ryan Campbell
Best Novella: Indigo Rain by Watts Martin
Best Short Story: “Fox in the Hen House” by Mary E. Lowd (published in Dancing in the Moonlight)
Best Anthology: Hot Dish #1 edited by Alopex
And if you’ve read something great so far this year that you think members should take a look at for the 2014 awards, come tell us about it in this thread:
Just a reminder for those of you headed to Rainfurrest this weekend that the Cóyotl Awards ceremony will be held Friday night at 7 PM, where winners will be announced for 2012 and 2013. (And for those of you getting to the con on Thursday, there’s also going to be an FWG meet Thursday night at 7 PM – all are welcome, so come find out more about who we are and what we do, and just get a chance to hang out with other writers.)
Thanks to Mary E. Lowd for hosting both events!
Just a reminder for members that voting for the 2013 Cóyotl Awards is now open and will remain open through August 31:
The winners for both 2012 and 2013 will be announced at the award ceremony at Rainfurrest in September.
After a much longer than expected (or desired) hiatus, the Cóyotl Awards are back, and we’re hitting the ground running to get caught up. Voting for the 2013 awards and nominations for the 2014 awards are now officially open. Full information here:
In the forums, we also have a thread for recommendations for the 2014 awards — something members can use to jog their memories about what was published in 2013 and might deserve to be nominated.
All FWG members (writers and associates) may nominate and vote in the Cóyotls. Remember, though — both the 2013 voting and 2014 nominations end on Friday, August 8, so don’t wait too long to make your choices!