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    Our 2024 Locus Awards Finalists
    Last week, the finalists for the 2024 Locus Awards were announced, and we’re thrilled to see so many of our authors nominated! Six JABberwocky clients made the list across six different categories, both for their writing and for editorial work in various anthologies and magazine editorships. We’re so glad to see their hard work recognized
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    THE WINGS UPON HER BACK nabs fourth starred review!
    Most books are lucky to receive one starred review from the trade review journals; multiple award-winning author Samantha Mills‘s debut science fantasy novel THE WINGS UPON HER BACK is one of the very few books to receive four. In this newest starred review, Kirkus writes: “…the real power here is in [Mill’s] exploration of finding
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    Bethany Jacobs wins Philip K. Dick Award!
    HUGE congratulations to Bethany Jacobs—her debut novel, THESE BURNING STARS, is the winner of the 2024 Philip K. Dick Award! The Philip K. Dick Award is presented annually with the support of the Philip K. Dick Trust for distinguished science fiction published in paperback original form in the United States. The award is sponsored by
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    Our 2024 Lambda and Hugo Award finalists
    Massive congratulations to JABberwocky author Robin Gow, who has TWO books listed as finalists for the prestigious Lambda Literary Award. DEAR MOTHMAN, which has been raking in accolades, is a finalist in the category of Best LGBTQ+ Middle Grade, and LANTERNFLY AUGUST is a finalist for Best LGBTQ+ Poetry DEAR MOTHMAN is a moving novel-in-verse,
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    Bram Stoker and Philip K. Dick Awards Finalists
    Triple the congratulations are in order for THREE JABberwocky award finalists this February! THESE BURNING STARS — 2024 Philip K. Dick Award Nominee Bethany Jacobs‘s THESE BURNING STARS is one of six books on the final ballot for the 2024 Philip K. Dick Award! The Philip K. Dick Award is awarded to the best original
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    Our 2023 Hugo Award Winners
    Huge congratulations are in order for the four JABberwocky clients who are winners of the 2023 Hugo Awards! Samantha Mills won Best Short Story for “Rabbit Test,” originally published in Uncanny Magazine, November/December 2022. “Rabbit Test” is sweeping this awards season, having also won the Locus, Nebula, and Theodore Sturgeon Awards for Best Short Story
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    Samantha Mills is a Nebula Award Winner
    We’re thrilled to share that Samantha Mills won the 2023 Nebula Award for Best Short Story this weekend! Sam’s short story, “Rabbit Test“, weaves together a brilliantly heartbreaking story about abortion laws throughout history and into the near-future, tying together several perspectives of women and people with uteruses, and their struggle for bodily autonomy. It
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    Our 2023 Locus Awards Finalists
    Over the weekend, the finalists for the 2023 Locus Awards were announced, and JABberwocky is so excited to see so many clients nominated! Six JABberwocky authors have had their writing recognized across four different categories. Additionally, four clients have been nominated for their editorial work in various anthologies and magazine editorships. We’re thrilled to see
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    Samantha Mills is a 2023 Nebula Award Finalist
    The 2023 Nebula Award finalists were announced last night by the Science Fiction Writers Association (SFWA), and we’re pleased to say that JABberwocky client Samantha Mills is a finalist! Sam has been nominated for the Nebula Award for Short Story for “Rabbit Test,” a brilliantly heartbreaking short story about abortion through the journey of a
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    Our Goodreads Choice Award Nominees 2022
    UPDATE: Four JABberwocky client books have made it to the final round in the 2022 Goodreads Choice Awards! Thank you so much to those who voted for our authors in the semifinals — your support is much appreciated! To vote for Brandon, Silvia, and Ben in the final round: head on over to Goodreads and select them
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    Our 2022 Hugo Award Winners
    Award season is upon us once again, and we are so pleased to announce that four JABberwocky clients are winners for the 2022 Hugo Awards! Suzanne Palmer won Best Novelette for “Bots of the Lost Ark”, originally published in Clarkesworld, June 2021. This story is also a 2022 finalist for the Theodore A. Sturgeon Memorial
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    Celebrating Charlaine Harris at the 2022 Edgar Awards
    The entire JABberwocky team made a dazzling appearance at the 2022 Edgar Awards to celebrate the one and only Charlaine Harris! In 2021, Charlaine was awarded the prestigious Grand Master achievement by the Mystery Writers of America, a representation of the pinnacle of achievement in mystery writing. However, due to Covid-19, the ceremony then was only
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    Our 2021 Goodreads Choice Award Nominees
    RESULTS UPDATE: The votes are in, and we’re thrilled to announce that Grady Hendrix’s THE FINAL GIRL SUPPORT GROUP has won for Best Horror! Grady locked his victory with over 45,000 votes from Goodreads users, even beating out the horror heavy hitter, Stephen King. This is the second year in a row one of Grady’s
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    Mexican Gothic wins 2021 Aurora Award for Best Novel
    It’s official — Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s MEXICAN GOTHIC has won yet another award! The 2021 Aurora Awards have presented Silvia with the Best Novel accolade. The awards were announced during a livestream ceremony on October 16th organized by Ottawa’s Can*Con convention. In addition to winning for Best Novel, Silvia gave the keynote speech at the start of the ceremony,
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    Our 2021 World Fantasy Award Finalists
    This week of wonderful awards continues with JABberwocky’s finalists for the 2021 World Fantasy Awards! This year’s theme for the convention is “Fantasy, Imagination, and the Dreams of Youth.” Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s highly-acclaimed MEXICAN GOTHIC is vying for a spot in the Best Novel category. This nomination follows on the heels of grabbing a spot on
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    Our 2021 Locus Awards Finalists!
    Updated 6/28/21: Silvia Moreno-Garcia is the winner of the 2021 Locus Award for Best Horror Novel! This week is starting on a high note for JABberwocky — the 2021 Locus Awards shortlists were announced and seven of our clients were nominated! It may surprise no one that both Grady Hendrix and Silvia Moreno-Garcia are on
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    MEXICAN GOTHIC – Nebula Award Finalist!
    Coming off the heels of being on the final ballots for the 2020 Bram Stoker Award and 2021 Evergreen Award, as well as winning the Goodreads Choice Award for Best Traditionally-Published Novel, Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s MEXICAN GOTHIC has snagged a spot as a finalist for the 2020 Nebula Awards for Best Novel! MEXICAN GOTHIC follows Noemí
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    Charlaine Harris named the 2021 Grand Master for the Mystery Writers of America!
    We could not be more proud to announce that #1 bestselling author long-time JABberwocky client, the one and only Charlaine Harris, was named the 2021 Grand Master for the Mystery Writers of America! Charlaine, alongside Jeffrey Deaver, will receive the MWA Grand Master award during the 75th annual Edgar Awards Ceremony on April 29, 2021.
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    Our 2020 Goodreads Choice Award Nominees!
    RESULTS UPDATE: The 2020 Goodreads Choice Award winners have been announced, and we are thrilled to say that Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s MEXICAN GOTHIC won for Best Horror! She received a whopping 85,000+ votes, marking it as a landslide victory. Silvia also ranked with the third-highest number of votes across all categories, and even beat out Barack
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    Awards and Accolades: TIME, Ignyte Awards, and More!
    This past week has brought excellent news to many of our clients! First and foremost, TIME Magazine listed its Top 100 Fantasy Books of All Time with two of our clients included! Brandon Sanderson’s bestselling Mistborn made the list for the precision used to carve out a complex magic system. TIME writes that “The detail
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    JABberwocky’s 2020 Locus Award Finalists
    We’re so pleased to announce that several members of the JABberwocky family have been nominated for the prestigious Locus Award in the following categories. Check it out: Mallory O’Meara’s THE LADY FROM THE BLACK LAGOON has been nominated for Best Non-Fiction Novel! Desirina Boskovich’s LOST TRANSMISSIONS: THE SECRET HISTORY OF SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY has
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    Amelia Brunskill’s THE WINDOW is a Charlotte Award Nominee!
    We’re excited to announce that Amelia Brunskill’s THE WINDOW is nominated for the 2021 New York State Reading Association Charlotte Award!   “Anna is everything her identical twin is not. Outgoing and athletic, she is the opposite of quiet introvert Jess. The same on the outside, yet so completely different inside–it’s hard to believe the
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    JABberwocky’s 2020 (& 1945) Hugo Awards Finalists!
    CoNZealand, the host of the 78th Worldcon, announced the 2020 Hugo Award Finalists (and the 1945 Retro Hugo Awards Ballot) and several JABberwocky authors made the list! For the 2020 Hugo Awards, we’re pleased to announce that the following JABberwocky authors are nominees: Best Editor, Short Form Neil Clarke Lynne M. Thomas & Michael Damian
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    The Lady From The Black Lagoon—Rondo Hatton Award Winner!
    Mallory O’Meara’s THE LADY FROM THE BLACK LAGOON won the 18th annual Rondo Hatton Award for Classic Horror in the Book of the Year category! The Rondo Hatton Award honors the best in classic horror research, creativity and film preservation. Previously, O’Meara won the 2019 SCIBA Book Award for Best Biography and was nominated for
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    Nebula and Bram Stoker Award Finalists!
    JABberwocky is excited to a double-feature of congratulations with two award finalists! GODS OF JADE AND SHADOW — 2019 Nebula Award Finalist! Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s GODS OF JADE AND SHADOW is a finalist for the 2019 Nebula Award in the Novel catagory! The Nebula Awards recognize the best works of science fiction and fantasy published in
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    JABberwocky’s “Best Of” Bonanza 2019
    This was an exciting year for us here at JABberwocky! We want to say congratulations to our authors whose amazing titles made it onto ‘Best Of’ lists in 2019! Silvia Moreno-Garcia, GODS OF JADE AND SHADOW (Del Rey) NPR’s “Favorite Books of 2019“ Amazon’s “Best Science Fiction and Fantasy Books of 2019” Tor.com’s “Best Books
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    Tanya Huff Hall of Fame Induction
    JABberwocky is delighted to announce that Tanya Huff has been inducted into the Canadian Science Fiction & Fantasy Association(CSFFA)’s Hall of Fame. The CSFFA’s mandate is to present, publicize and honor awards for the genres of science fiction and fantasy in all their variations and in all the ways they are celebrated. Huff’s listing in
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    Mallory O’Meara 2019 SCIBA Book Award Winner
    Mallory O’Meara’s THE LADY FROM THE BLACK LAGOON won the 2019 South California Independent Bookseller Association Book Award in the Biography category. SCIBA’s aim is to recognize the creative talent of Southern California writers, editors, illustrators, and subject matter. Winners were announced at SCIBA’s final Fall Trade Show, which SCIBA director called, “one of the
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    2019 Locus Award Winner: Justina Ireland!
      JABberwocky is thrilled to announce that Justina Ireland’s DREAD NATION won the 2019 Locus Award in the Young Adult Novel category! Justina is a new client and we couldn’t be happier about this celebratory start. Justina’s New York Times bestselling title is a powerful, compelling tale of a young girl’s journey through a hostile
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    Aliette de Bodard — Nebula Winner!
    Festivities are in order! Back in February, we put up a congratulations post to Aliette de Bodard for being nominated in this year’s Nebula Awards. Now we’re over the moon to announce that Aliette’s THE TEA MASTER AND THE DETECTIVE has has officially won the 2019 Nebula Award for Best Novella! This is extraordinary news and we
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    JABberwocky Locus Award Finalists
    We’re so pleased to announce that several members of the JABberwocky family have been nominated for the prestigious Locus Award in the following categories. Check it out: Lavie Tidhar‘s UNHOLY LAND has been nominated for Best Science Fiction Novel! Ben Aaronovitch‘s LIES SLEEPING has been nominated for Best Fantasy Novel! Grady Hendrix‘s WE SOLD OUR
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    Aliette de Bodard: Multi-Hugo Nominee!
    The good news just keeps coming. Right off the heels of her Nebula nomination and being announced as a finalist for prestigious Lambda Literary Award, congratulations are once again in order for Aliette de Bodard. This time we’re thrilled to announced that Aliette has been nominated for not one, but two Hugos! We’re so pleased
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    Aliette de Bodard is a finalist for the Lammy Awards!
    Words words words Congratulations are in order for Aliette de Bodard! IN THE VANISHER’S PALACE is a finalist for the prestigious Lambda Literary Award under the LGBTQ SF/F/Horror category! The Lambda Literary Award is the most prestigious LGBTQ book prize in the world, with over 1,000 submissions this year alone. “From the award-winning author of
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    Congratulations to Suzanne Palmer, newly-minted Hugo Award-winner!
    JABberwocky is very excited to share that Suzanne Palmer has just won the 2018 Hugo Award for Best Novelette! Her story, “The Secret Life of Bots,” was published by Clarkesworld in September of 2017 where it garnered critical acclaim on Goodreads and from genre review sites such as SFF Reviews and Fantasy Literature. Suzanne Palmer‘s
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    2018 World Fantasy Award Finalist!
    JABberwocky is pleased to announce that Peter Beagle’s IN CALABRIA has been named a “Best Novella” finalist for the 2018 World Fantasy Awards! Published by Tachyon Publications in February of last year, Peter’s novella received lots critical acclaim:   “Acclaimed fantasist Beagle (Summerlong) sets this charming, lyrical tale of unicorns and love on a poor
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    Jabberwocks on the Goodreads Choice Award shortlist!
      Four books by two different JABberwocky authors have been shortlisted for the Goodreads Choice Awards! THE BANDS OF MOURNING by Brandon Sanderson and AGE OF MYTH by Michael J. Sullivan are both contenders for the Best Fantasy award. Also by Brandon Sanderson, CALAMITY (the third book in the Reckoners trilogy) is shortlisted for Best Young Adult
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    Signal to Noise is a Finalist for the British Fantasy Award! (Update: And the Sunburst Award!)
    Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s SIGNAL TO NOISE is a finalist for the British Fantasy Award for Best Novel, on top of all her other accolades! The award is presented every year by the British Fantasy Society at Fantasycon, to be held in Scarborough this coming September. Update: Silvia was also just longlisted for the Sunburst Award in Canada for SIGNAL TO
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    Scott Mackay wins Best Short Story at the Arthur Ellis Awards!
    Congratulations to Scott Mackay on his win last night at the Arthur Ellis Awards! “The Avocado Kid,” published in Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, took the prize for Best Short Story. This is Scott’s second win, as he previously won an Arthur Ellis Award for his mystery short story “Last Inning.” Scott is the author of
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    Aliette de Bodard Twice Golden at the British Science Fiction Awards
    In an unprecedented victory, The House of Shattered Wings author Aliette de Bodard won two British Science Fiction Association awards, making her the first person since 1976 to win two awards in one year. Aliette won best novel for The House of Shattered Wings, (Ace/Roc in the US, Gollancz in the UK) and best short
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    SHERWOOD NATION named a 2016 Silicon Valley Reads pick
    Silicon Valley readers are in for a treat: Benjamin Parzybok‘s SHERWOOD NATION (buy|reviews) has been named a Silicon Valley Reads pick for 2016, alongside Emmi Itäranta’s Memory of Water.   The theme for the year is “Chance of Rain?” and we think SHERWOOD NATION is a perfect fit. The novel deals with the aftereffects of a severe
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    Looking Ahead to the Next WorldCons (now with 100% more W.J.W.)
    Congratulations to everyone who went home with a newly-minted Hugo Award this weekend following this year’s World Science Fiction convention in Spokane! Cixin Liu, Ken Liu, Thomas Olde Heuvelt, and Lia Belt were just a few of the honorees. In addition to announcing the Hugo Award winners, we have also learned that WorldCon 2017 is going
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    DARKWALKER is a Compton Crook Award Finalist!
    Some very exciting news today in the JABberwocky office! E. L. Tettensor‘s debut novel, DARKWALKER, is a finalist for the 2015 Compton Crook Award! This award was created by the Baltimore Science Fiction Society, Inc., to honor the best first novel of year (in this case, published in 2013) written by an individual author in
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    A NATURAL HISTORY OF DRAGONS wins the Chesley Award!
    Huge congratulations to Todd Lockwood, who won the Chesley Award for his brilliant cover art for Marie Brennan’s World Fantasy Award-nominated A NATURAL HISTORY OF DRAGONS! The Chesley was handed out at LonCon 3, and we think it was richly deserved. Here, for your admiration, is the cover:
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    The Many-Talented Marjorie Kellogg to Receive Theatre Design Award!
    Here at JABberwocky we are proud to represent a range of very talented authors who create literature that tops bestseller lists, wins critical and professional acclaim, and that pushes the boundaries of the imagination. Yet our clients also have many talents outside of the written word. Marjorie Kellogg is one such person, having written eight
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    JAB Award Season Roundup
    UPDATE: Brandon Sanderson‘s STEELHEART is one of the ten select titles to make the final round of the Goodreads Choice Awards in the Young Adult Fantasy & Science Fiction category. Voting ends November 25th, so be sure to head over to Goodreads and cast your vote now! UPDATE 2: E.L Tettensor‘s debut novel, DARKWALKER, and William
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    Brandon Sanderson Wins The Hugo!
    Brandon Sanderson won not one but two Hugo Awards at LoneStarCon 3, the 71st World Science Fiction Convention. His novella THE EMPEROR’S SOUL (Tachyon) will almost certainly be the first of many winners by Brandon of the most important awards in sf/fantasy, and he was also part of the team behind Writing Excuses, winner of
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    Brandon Sanderson, a World Fantasy Finalist and IndieNext Pick!
    Great Brandon Sanderson news, everyone! Brandon’s novella, THE EMPEROR’S SOUL, is a finalist for this year’s  World Fantasy Award! The winners will be announced at the World Fantasy Awards Banquet on Sunday, November 3, in Brighton, UK. This is just the latest recognition of Brandon’s incredible talent, as the novella is also a finalist for the
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    Myke Cole nabs the 2013 Compton Crook Award!
    Even though it won’t be officially announced until this weekend, JABberwocky has received advance notice that Myke Cole‘s SHADOW OPS: CONTROL POINT has won the 2013 Compton Crook Award! Presented to a single author, the Compton Crook Award celebrates the best debut novel written each year. When CONTROL POINT was first published by Ace in
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    Sanderson wins the 2013 Imaginales Award!
    In case you missed the news yesterday, Le Festival des Mondes Imaginaires (or Festival of Imaginary Worlds) held in the City of Epinal announced the winners of their annual award for excellency in French fantasy: the Imaginales Prize. Brandon Sanderson was JABberwocky’s only author represented across the multiple categories included in the Imaginales Prize, and
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    Two awards for Bryce Moore’s VODNÍK!
    Praised by Kirkus as “a compelling fantasy adventure… [and a] surprisingly witty debut,” VODNIK, Bryce Moore’s first novel, has just received two very nice fiction awards The Association for Mormon Letters (AML) announced on March 30th that VODNÍK has won its literary award in the Young Adult category. Bryce is in good company, as Elantris by Brandon Sanderson has
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    Audie Award Nominations
    We are happy to announce that two Jabberwocky clients have been nominated for Audie Awards for 2013. Simon R. Green‘s final Nightside title, THE BRIDE WORE BLACK LEATHER, published in audio by Audible, has been nominated in the Paranormal category. Jack Campbell (aka John G. Hemry)’s INVINCIBLE, the second in his Lost Fleet: Beyond the
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    Charlaine Harris & Jeri Westerson Vie (not against each other) for the Agatha Award
    We’re delighted to congratulate Charlaine Harris and Jeri Westerson on their Agatha Award nominations! Charlaine has been nominated in the Nonfiction category for 2011’s THE SOOKIE STACKHOUSE COMPANION, and Jeri has been nominated in the Historical Mystery category for THE TROUBLED BONES. We’re glad they’re nominated in different categories, since we would have a tough
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    Adam-Troy Castro Is a Bram Stoker & Nebula Finalist
    Big congrats are due to Adam-Troy Castro, who has made the short list for both the Bram Stoker Award and the Nebula Award. His short story “Her Husband’s Hands” (Lightspeed Magazine) has been nominated for both the Bram Stoker and Nebula Awards, and his novella “With Unclean Hands” (Analog) is a Nebula finalist. These are
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    Sanderson, Sprunk Nominated for Gemmell
    Great news from the UK this morning: Brandon Sanderson and Jon Sprunk have been longlisted for the David Gemmell Legend Award! Sanderson was nominated for THE ALLOY OF LAW (reviews | buy), and Sprunk for SHADOW’S LURE (reviews | buy). This is the third consecutive year for Sanderson, who won last year for THE WAY OF
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    JABberwocky Legends
    The shortlist for the David Gemmell Legend Award went up last week, and we’re proud to say that two JABberwocky clients (and three JABberwocky books!) are on it. Peter V. Brett‘s sophomore novel THE DESERT SPEAR, second in his Demon Cycle, is shortlisted. So is Brandon Sanderson‘s THE WAY OF KINGS, the opening of his
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    Mark Hodder Wins Philip K. Dick Award
    Congratulations are in order for Mark Hodder!  His debut, THE STRANGE AFFAIR OF SPRING HEELED JACK (reviews | buy), won the 2010 Philip K. Dick Award, presented at Norwescon on April 22nd. Here’s a shot of Mark’s US editor Lou Anders (at left) accepting on his behalf at the convention:   You can also read Mark
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    Brett, Moon, Sanderson, Sprunk Longlisted for Gemmell Awards
    We’ve learned that four JABberwocky clients have been nominated for the David Gemmell Legend Award this year: Peter V. Brett for THE DESERT SPEAR (reviews | buy) Elizabeth Moon for OATH OF FEALTY (reviews | buy) Brandon Sanderson for THE WAY OF KINGS (reviews | buy) Jon Sprunk for SHADOW’S SON (reviews | buy) You
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    Jon Sprunk Named Compton Crook Award Finalist
    Congratulations are in order for Jon Sprunk! His debut, SHADOW’S SON (reviews | buy | preview), was just named a finalist for the Compton Crook Award for best first novel.  The award is voted on by members of the Baltimore Science Fiction Society (the deadline is midnight on April 8, 2011), and will be presented
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    The Alchemist and the Executioness an Audie finalist
    We just got word this afternoon that client Tobias Buckell and his partner-in-crime Paolo Bacigalupi (represented by Martha Millard) have been nominated for an Audie in the Original Work category for their fantasy novellas “The Executioness” (Buckell) and “The Alchemist” (Bacigalupi).   The winners will be announced at a banquet in NYC on May 24.
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    Jeri Westerson Nominated for the Bruce Alexander Memorial Award
    Congratulations are in order for Jeri Westerson. THE DEMON’S PARCHMENT (reviews | buy), her third medieval noir featuring Crispin Guest, has just been nominated for the Bruce Alexander Memorial Historical Mystery Award, to be handed out at Left Coast Crime’s The Big Chile in Santa Fe in March. Making this doubly exciting is the fact
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    Fantasy Faction Loves JABberwocky Clients
    Fantasy Faction has named Peter V. Brett‘s THE DESERT SPEAR the #1 book of 2010. Way to go, Peter! Fantasy Faction also loved Brandon Sanderson‘s THE WAY OF KINGS, which followed close on Brett’s heels in the #2 spot. Well-deserved honorable mentions went to TOWERS OF MIDNIGHT, co-written by Brandon Sanderson and Robert Jordan, and
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    Pat’s Fantasy Hotlist Loves JABberwocky Clients
    Pat of Pat’s Fantasy Hotlist has named two Jabberwocky books to his “Best of 2010” list: David Louis Edelman‘s GEOSYNCHRON came in at #4, and Brandon Sanderson‘s THE WAY OF KINGS is at #18. TOWERS OF MIDNIGHT, co-written by Brandon Sanderson and Robert Jordan, also made the list at #11. Congratulations to both!
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    Akers, Edelman, Moon Among Best of 2010
    A couple weeks ago, we started relating some of the best-of news we’d been receiving of late.  Well, with 2010 now ended and 2011 firmly underway, we’ve got even more great news! First up, congratulations are in order for David Louis Edelman.  GEOSYNCHRON, the conclusion to his highly-regarded Jump 225 trilogy, about an aggressive entrepreneur
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    Charlaine Harris Is an Inkpot Awardee
    Charlaine’s been awarded the ComicCon Inkpot Award for achievement in Science Fiction and Fantasy. A photo of the winner with her trophy: Congratulations, Charlaine! A shout-out to all our Jabberwocky clients who are out in San Diego right now. Hope you’re all enjoying yourselves!
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    Alcatraz vs. the Evil Librarians Nominated for Golden Sower Award
    Congratulations are in order for Brandon Sanderson!  Brandon’s middle grade novel, ALCATRAZ VS. THE EVIL LIBRARIANS (reviews | buy) , has been nominated for the Golden Sower Award for 2010-11. The Golden Sower Award is Nebraska’s children’s choice book award; young readers will be reading and voting on the nominees over the course of the
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    True Blood Nominated for Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series
    Congratulations are in order for Alan Ball and the cast and crew of True Blood!  The series has been nominated for a primetime Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series (link), and will be up against Lost, Mad Men, and others.  The winner will be named Aug. 29 , so if you’re looking to vamp at the
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    Charlaine Harris Wins RT Award, Sanderson, Hines Nominated
    Congratulations are in order for Charlaine Harris! Romantic Times has just announced that Charlaine is the winner of the Romantic Times Award for Career Achievement, Urban Fantasy, at this week’s Romantic Times convention. Three different JABberwocky authors are up for 2009 Romantic Times Awards in five different categories: Charlaine Harris — Career Achievement, Urban Fantasy
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    Brandon Sanderson Duly Nominated for Gemmell
    Great news! We’ve just learned that Brandon Sanderson has been named a finalist, not once, but twice for the David Gemmell Legend Award! Brandon has been nominated, both for his NYT-bestselling standalone WARBREAKER (reviews | buy), and the #1 bestselling THE GATHERING STORM, by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson. Congratulations, Brandon! This is wonderful recognition
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    Brett, Sanderson Nominated for the Grand Prix de L’Imaginaire
    We have just learned that Peter V. Brett and Brandon Sanderson have been nominated for the Grand Prix de L’Imaginaire! The Grand Prix de L’Imaginaire is the French-language equivalent of the Hugo or Nebula, and both have been nominated in the category for Roman etranger (foreign novels translated into French). The books nominated were Brett’s
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    Dene Low Named an Edgar Award Finalist
    We have just learned that Dene Low has been named a finalist for the Edgar Award! Her debut, PETRONELLA SAVES NEARLY EVERYONE (reviews | buy), is up for the Edgar Award for Best Young Adult Novel (press release). The Edgar Awards will be presented to the winners April 29th at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in
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    DARK DELICACIES III named Black Quill finalist
    Congratulations are in order for Del Howison and Jeff Gelb! DARK DELICACIES III: HAUNTED (reviews | buy), the third of their star-studded anthologies, might just get another jewel in its crown: it has been named a finalist for the Black Quill Award for Best Anthology! UPDATE: DARK DELICACIES III: HAUNTED has also been selected as
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    Harris, Richardson among B&N’s best of the decade
    We just learned that books by Charlaine Harris and Kat Richardson have been chosen by Paul Goat Allen for Barnes & Noble’s list of the best paranormal fantasy novels of the last decade! Charlaine Harris‘ DEAD UNTIL DARK and Kat Richardson‘s VANISHED were the books chosen, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to see two
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    True Blood an Emmy Winner
    We at JABberwocky are thrilled to learn that TRUE BLOOD, based off of the Sookie Stackhouse novels by Charlaine Harris, is now not only a Golden Globe award-winning series, but an Emmy winner as well! The series received the Emmy for Best Casting, beating out “Mad Men” and “Friday Night Lights.” We have to say,
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    Jeri Westerson Named Shamus Award Finalist
    We’ve just learned that Jeri Westerson has been named a finalist for the Shamus Award! Jeri is up for the Shamus for her debut, VEIL OF LIES (reviews | buy). She has also been named a finalist for the Macavity Award. The Shamus is given by the Private Eye Writers of America, the winner chosen