The Reviewer Honor Roll is a great way to pay back a reviewer for a really useful review. When you nominate a reviewer, we list the reviewer’s name, the submission/author reviewed, and your explanation of what made the review so useful. The nomination appears in the Honor Roll area of OWW the month after you submit it, and is listed for a month. You can nominate reviewers of your own submissions or reviewers of other submissions, if you have learned from reading the review. Think of it as a structured, public “thank you” that gives credit where credit is due and helps direct other OWWers to useful reviewers and useful review skills.
Visit the Reviewer Honor Roll page for a complete list of nominees and explanatory nominations.
[ May 2016] Honor Roll Nominees
Reviewer: M.C. Pierce
Submission: Zombies in Fairyland Part D by P.C. Collins
Submitted by: P.C. Collins
Reviewer: Steve Brady
Submission: THE THAUMECHANICAL MAN, CHAPTER 5, TAKE 2 by Robert Rapplean
Submitted by: Robert Rapplean
The Second Death: Los Nefilim: Part Three by T. Frohock (Harper Voyager Impulse, March 2016)
Save the world, or save his family…
For Diago Alvarez, that’s the choice before him. For unless he wants to see his son Rafael die, he must do the unthinkable:
Help the Nazis receive the plans to the ultimate weapon.
And while Diago grows more comfortable not only with his heritage, but also with his place among Guillermo’s Los Nefilim, he is still unsure if he truly belongs amongst them.
In a frantic race to save the future of humanity, Diago is forced to rely on his daimonic nature to deceive an angel. In doing so, he discovers the birth of a modern god—one that will bring about a new world order from which no one can escape.
It’s been a good couple of weeks for OWW alumni.
Kathyrn Allen wants us to know: “My short story “Unheil” has made it into print in Typhon: A Monster Anthology. The book is available via Amazon and Amazon Uk.“
Jeremiah Tolbert’s story “Not By Wardrobe, Tornado, or Looking Glass” appears in the February issue of Lightspeed Magazine.
Amber Van Dyk’s story “And the Woods Are Silent” was published in the latest issue of The Dark.
And the covers for Fran Wilde’s next book, Cloudbound, and a new cover for the trade paperback edition of Updraft were revealed. Watch for Cloudbound in September 2016.