A sort of year-end awards post

It's the most wonderful time of the year, when writers tell you about their publications in the hopes that you'll read them and perhaps nominate them for awards. Who am I to stand in the way of such merriment?

Eligible for the Hugo Award for Best Short Story: "The Posthumous Novel of Edward L. Heard," Triptych Tales, June 2016. 

Eligible for the Hugo Award for Best Semiprozine: Shimmer (I'm the copy editor).

The Lovecraftian She Walks in Shadows anthology, edited by Silvia Moreno-Garcia and Paula R. Stiles, did well in 2016. It was a Locus Poll Finalist for Best Anthology and won the World Fantasy Award for Best Anthology. My story "Bitter Perfume," which appeared in the anthology, received an Honorable Mention from legendary editor Ellen Datlow for The Best Horror of the Year, Vol. 8.

Not an award, more like a gift: Thanks to generous Kickstarter backers, my story "The One Thing I Can Never Tell Julie" will appear in 2017's Strange California, edited by Jaym Gates and J. Daniel Batt. I'm excited and grateful.

I wish you many good things to read over the holidays and throughout 2017.