Tuesday, 2 February 2010

On Becoming Predictable

Thank you to everyone who voted in the Fantasy Magazine poll.  Trench Foot made the top five stories - mini woot! Jessica Lee's 'Superhero Girl' won first place and the always amazing, Camille Alexa came in second. Shades of White and Road was one of my favourite stories of 2009. Plus, J Kathleen Cheney's 'Early Winter, Near Jenli Village' made the Locus Magazine recommended reading list. Party time.

That's enough plugging for one post... Okay, not quite.

The 2010 Million Writers Award is now open for nominations, so head over there and nominate your favourite online short story of 2009. I think my pick is fairly predictable to everyone who reads my blogger blog. :D

11 comments:

camillealexa said...

Good job all 'round! Yay, fiction!

Rabid Fox said...

Top five. Nice. I guess mine wasn't a wasted vote.

Cate Gardner said...

Congrats, Camille.

Thanks, Gef. :D

Aaron Polson said...

I saw you had a long-list nomination for the Stokers, too. You're making "them" take notice, Cate.

;)

Cate Gardner said...

I don't think people count one nomination on a list hundreds but (sad though it is to admit), I did give out a woot when I read it. Ha!*


*Must send out cheque.

Jamie Eyberg said...

Fantastic news, Cate! Drinks on the house.

Natalie L. Sin said...

Woot! As always, you rock : )

Jeremy Kelly said...

Good work, Cate I really enjoyed Tranchfoot.

Andrea said...

Awesome as always!

Cate Gardner said...

Thanks, guys.

katey said...

Congratulations, Cate-- so well deserved. (For Camille too-- I should hop over and tell her.)

You're tearing it up, and you deserve it!