What do I have to lose?

I wasn’t going to do this because my odds of ending up on the Hugo list are vanishingly small, but what the heck. If you’re eligible to nominate for the Hugos, here’s what I’ve published in 2008 that you might consider:

Midnight Never Come

Short stories
“Lost Soul” — Intergalactic Medicine Show #7, January 2008
“Kiss of Life” — Beneath the Surface, ed. Tim Deal, 2008
“The Deaths of Christopher Marlowe” — Paradox #12, April 2008
“Beggar’s Blessing” — Shroud Magazine #2, 2008
“A Mask of Flesh” — Clockwork Phoenix, ed. Mike Allen, July 2008
“Kingspeaker” — Beneath Ceaseless Skies #3, November 2008
“A Heretic by Degrees” — Intergalactic Medicine Show #10, November 2008

Relevant links for all of the above can be found here.

0 Responses to “What do I have to lose?”

  1. gollumgollum

    You know, at least you’re upfront about it, as in “hey, Hugos are open and here’s what i’ve written, feel free to nominate me but i don’t expect it.” Cory Doctorow’s post on boingboing was very “the Hugos are awesome and here’s what they are and while we’re at it these are the things i’ve written that i should be nominated for.” Something about it really just annoyed me. I prefer it when people just flat out say “hey, if you wanted to nominate this, i’d think it awesome” instead of trying to pretend that they’re saying something else.

  2. sora_blue

    Once I get acknowledgment from Anticipation that I am registered, I will gladly nominate MNC and “A Mask of Flesh.” (As I have read those ones, so it’s not ballet stuffing.)

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