Finalist for storySouth’s Million Writers Award

A new awesome thing:

My story “Invisible Men” (originally published in Jonathan Strahan’s Eclipse Online and reprinted in Gardner Dozois’ Year’s Best Science Fiction) is a finalist for storySouth’s Million Writers Award!

The award is given out annually to celebrate the best short fiction published online. Needless to say (but I’ll say it): I’m thrilled to be recognized, and for that story to be recognized especially.

So here’s the thing. A jury selected the top ten finalists, but the winner is selected by popular vote. So if you’re reading this, please consider the list of potentials and vote.

Vote for my story, of course! 😉

You can venture over to the storySouth Million Writers Award website and find the listing of finalists by clicking here.

And you can find the voting form by clicking here.

Thanks for voting!

Want to go to the Nebula Awards? has joined up with the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America to offer a chance for readers to win two tickets to the Nebula Awards Banquet in New York City this May 11th through the 13th.  No travel is provided, but a two-night stay at the Marriot is included, so if you live in the Northeast especially you should give it a try.  You have to answer a trivia question to answer, but google can answer anything, remember. Also there is a rules and regulations page, so click on that to make sure you’re eligible and doing it on time.

I’ll be at the ceremony, as I’m a nominee in the category of novelette, so I hope to see you there.