Wednesday, 22 November 2017

WINDSWEPT nominated for the Philip K. Dick Award!

Windswept-144dpiGreat news for Adam Rakunas!

We are pleased to announce that WINDSWEPT–which The Seattle Review of Books described as “a classic noir story shot full of space-rum and rocketed into the future”–is nominated for the 2016 Philip K. Dick Award. This award is presented each year for the best science fiction original paperback. JABberwocky has had two previous Philip K. Dick Award winners. Mark Hodder won the award in 2010 for THE STRANGE AFFAIR OF SPRING-HEELED JACK, and Adam-Troy Castro won in 2008 for EMISSARIES FROM THE DEAD. R.A. Lafferty and Walter Jon Williams have been nominated as well.

Pick up your copy of WINDSWEPT today, and check back on March 25th when the winner is announced!