We at OWW would like to congratulate N. K. Jemisin for winning the 2019 Locus award for Best Collection for How Long ’til Black Future Month?
OWW alums continue to be the best in the field of SFF.
All of us at OWW are thrilled to congratulate Alliette de Bodard on her Nebula Award for The Tea Master and the Detective.
Finalists for the 2019 Locus Awards have been announced, and OWW alums are in the running.
C. L. Polk’s novel Witchmark is nominated for the First Novel Award.
Alliette de Bodard’s novella The Tea Master and the Detective is nominated for Best Novella.
Elizabeth Bear’s story “Okay, Glory” is nominated for Best Novelette.
N. K. Jemisin’s stories “Cuisine des Mémoires” and “The Storyteller’s Replacement” are both nominated for Best Short Story.
And N. K. Jemisin’s short story collection How Long ’til Black Future’s Month? is nominated for the Collection award.
Winners will be announced during the Locus Awards Weekend in Seattle WA, June 28-30, 2019. Congratulations and best of luck to everyone nominated!
OWW’s own Aliette de Bodard won a British Science Fiction Association award for her non-fiction essay “On motherhood and erasure:people-shaped holes, hollow characters and the illusion of impossible adventures” published in Intellectus Speculativus blog.
Nominees for this year’s Hugo Awards were announced today, and OWW’s own Aliette de Bodard has been nominated in two categories:
The Universe of Xuya series is nominated for the Best Series Award
The Tea Master and the Detective is nominated for the Best Novella Award
All our congratulations go to Alliette! Our fingers are crossed too.
Rhonda S. Garcia’s short story, “The Anchorite Wakes”, is a finalist in Clarkesworld’s Readers Poll for favorite story of 2018. Congratulations, Rhonda!
All of us at OWW are thrilled to extent our congratulations to N.K. Jemisin for winning the 2018 Best Novel Hugo Award for The Stone Sky. This was her third Hugo Award, which might be even more exciting.
Our members and alumni are truly the best in the world.
The finalists for the 2018 World Fantasy Awards have been announced and they include two of OWW’s own.
“Clearly Lettered in a Mostly Steady Hand” by Fran Wilde (Uncanny Magazine, Sept.-Oct. 2017) is a finalist in the short story category.
And C. C. Finlay is nominated for the Special Award–Professional for his editing of The Magazine Fantasy and Science Fiction.
OWW alumni keep stacking up the honors. All our congratulations to Alliete de Bodard for winning a European Achievement Award for her novel, The House of Binding Thorns.
OWW alumni Joshua Palmatier’s small press, Zombies Need Brains, had just released three new anthologies: GUILDS & GLAIVES (sword & sorcery), THE RAZOR’S EDGE (military SF&F), and SECOND ROUND (urban fantasy). You can find the books at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and the ZNB online store.
Covers, a list of contributing authors, and full information can be found here.