Calling all Canadians, at home and abroad, and landed immigrants in Canada: our national science fiction awards, the Prix Aurora Awards, are now open for nominations. This year, I have three short stories, one novel, and one anthology eligible to be nominated in the following categories:
Eligible for Best Short Fiction:
"Cloned to Kill", Infinite Space, Infinite God II, Twilight Times Books
"The Polar Bear Carries the Mail", The Dragon and the Stars, DAW Books
"Family Tradition", Night to Dawn, issue 17, April 2010
Eligible for Best Novel:
The Shrine of the Siren Stone, Orchard House Press.
Eligible for Best Related Work:
The Dragon and the Stars by Derwin Mak and Eric Choi, Editors, DAW Books
To learn more about the Prix Aurora Awards and to nominate stories and editors, visit:
There is no fee or cost to nominate stories.
To nominate stories, go to the above website and register for a free membership in the in the Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Association. Receive your Society number by email, then go back to the Aurora Awards website and submit your nominations. You can submit nominations online (due April 30, 2011) or with the mail-in paper ballot (due April 22, 2011).
You can view my short stories and excerpts from The Shrine of the Siren Stone for free during the nomination period at: