Aurora Awards 2019 Eligibility Post
Nominations are now open for this year’s Aurora Awards, and this is a quick post to let readers know that Books and Tea is eligible for the Best Fan Writing and Publication category.
In 2018, I ran a short series of interviews with Canadian spec-fic authors about their recently published works — many of which were debuts. For Aurora voters who are new to the site, here’s a rundown of relevant posts I published in 2018, in chronological order:
- A Talk with Ada Hoffmann About Monsters in My Mind
- Canadian SF/F Spotlight: “Hehua” by Millie Ho
- Rati Mehrotra Talks about Markswoman, Math, and the Mahabharata
- Spec from the Margins: A Chat with Anathema Magazine
- Kelly Robson Talks about Gods, Monsters, and the Lucky Peach
- Kelsi Morris on Myths, Monsters, and Fighting Marginalization
- A Chat with C.L. Polk About Her Debut, Witchmark
- Kate Heartfield Talks About Her Debut Armed in Her Fashion
- Unconventional Romance: a Chat with Claudie Arsenault about Baker Thief
- A Walk Through the World of Graveyard Mind with Chadwick Ginther
- A Look at The Quantum Magician with Derek Künsken
I hope you like what you read and that you’ll consider nominating Books and Tea for Best Fan Writing.
The nomination period for the Aurora Awards closes May 18. Canadian citizens and permanent residents can submit eligible works, submit nominations, and vote for the Auroras by purchasing a membership with the Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Association. Visit the CSFFA site to learn more about becoming a member.