Traditional Awards Eligibility Post

It’s that time of the year, everyone! Time for all authors and creatives to post their lists of eligible works as we head into the SFF awards season. Read on for information about various SFF awards and then Cat’s list of eligible works. There has been so much fantastic work published this year, and Cat is delighted to have several books, short stories, and even a novelette to submit for your consideration.

Nebula Awards
If you’re a member of the SFWA (any type), you can nominate a work for the Nebula Awards right now. The deadline for nominations is February 15, 2019 at 11:59 PM PST.

Hugo Awards
Nominations for the Hugo Awards aren’t open yet, but they will be early in 2019. In order to nominate and vote in the awards, you must be an attending or supporting member of Worldcon 76 (last year’s), Worldcon 77 (this year’s), or Worldcon 78 (next year’s).

World Fantasy Awards
Attendees of the World Fantasy Convention can nominate works to be considered for the World Fantasy Award, but you’ll need to contact them for details on the process.

Mythopoeic Awards
If you’re a member of the Mythopoeic Society, you can nominate works to be considered for the Mythopoeic Awards, which include awards for adult literature, children’s literature and more that exemplify the spirit of the Inklings (a group of writers including J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis).



Space Opera (Saga Press)
Mass Effect: Annihilation (Titan Books)

Collection (a World Fantasy Award category)

The Future is Blue (Subterranean Press)


Flame, Pearl, Mother, Autumn, Virgin, Sword, Kiss, Blood, Heart, and Grave (in The Future is Blue, Subterranean Press)

Short Story

A Fall Counts Anywhere (in Robots v. Fairies, Saga Press)

Major Tom (in The Future is Blue, Subterranean Press)

Two and Two is Seven (in The Future is Blue, Subterranean Press)

Thanks for your consideration, everyone! Remember: nominate early, vote often, and read always.

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