Aurora Awards – Eligible Works by Manitobans

3 Mar

At least the ones I know about. I don’t know where Steven Erikson currently resides, but he grew up in Winnipeg so close enough. Apologies if I’ve missed you or someone you know who currently resides in or was a long time Manitoban, if you hit me up before the voting for nominees end I will add. I’ll link everything to the author’s blog. Seeing as how I’m L.T. Getty, no linkage on my two titles.

The Aurora Awards are a chance for all Canadians to vote on their choice of the best science fiction and fantasy produced in the year previous. I’m not saying to only support Manitobans – I’m saying it’s fun to see who’s local, because the lists by themselves are daunting. I enjoy supporting local authors, but I also love checking out authors I’ve never heard of before. At the very least, if you’re looking for quality, go to the website, and check out previous winners. I’m not saying you’ll love everything, but it’s a great opportunity to check out different authors, artists, publishers and more.

Adult Novel

Threader Origins, Gerald Brandt, DAW Books

http://geraldbrandt.com/

The God is Not Willing, Steven Erikson, Macmillan

https://steven-erikson.org/

Shadows of Blood, L.E. Derekson, Sky Step Publishing
https://ledereksen.com/

Witchslayer’s Scion, L.T. Getty, Champagne Books

Axis of Andes, D.G. Valdron

(Den’s Info is below with the shorts)

YA/Middle Grade Novel

The Mermaid and the Unicorns, L.T. Getty, Black Unicorn Books

Short Story

Midnight Man versus Carrie Cthulhu, Chadwick Ginther, Water: Selkies, Sirens, & Sea Monsters, Tyche Books

`Til Death is Done, Chadwick Ginther, Poise and Pen

https://chadwickginther.com/

Frankenstein vs the Great Ape, D.G. Valdron, Duel of the Monsters, Vol 2. (Wild Hunt Press)

https://denvaldron.com/

A Terrible Thing To Waste, David Perlmutter, Medium.com

The Canadian Invasion, David Perlmutter, Pulp Literature Issue #32

https://dkperlmutter.medium.com/

Novella/Novellette

The Road to Hell is Paved with Parsnips, R.J. Hore, Champagne Books


‘Twas the Week before the Night, R.J. Hore, Champagne Books

https://www.ronaldhore.com/

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: