Fantastic Stories of the Imagination — Award Eligibility

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**Hugo Award nominations are open**

In 2014, our first calendar year, we proudly published four issues of short fiction and reviews, making Fantastic Stories of the Imagination eligible for the Hugo Award, Best Semiprozine; Locus Award, Best Magazine; and British Fantasy Award, Best Magazine/Periodical.

Our Editor-in-Chief, Warren Lapine, is eligible for the Hugo Award, Best Editor (Short Form), and the Locus Award, Editor.

Gillian Daniels, who writes the insightful New & Noteworthy Short Fiction column, is eligible for the Hugo Award, Best Fan Writer, and the Hugo Award, Best Related Work.

The following original stories from 2014 are eligible for the Hugo Award, Nebula Award, Locus Award, World Fantasy Award, and British Fantasy Award in their stated categories:

Novella

“New Beaches” by Daniel Hatch — August issue
“Invisible Friends Too (Or, I have no bananas and Ice must cream)” by Steven Sawicki – September issue

Short Story

“Rope Burns” by Kelly McCullough — October issue
“Night of Apophis” by Brenda Kalt — November issue
“Chocolateland” by Shariann Lewitt — December issue

 

Thank you to all of our contributors, and of course, our readers.

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