It is currently the nomination period for the coveted Sir Julius Vogel Awards and many of our members have work that qualifies for nomination.
We are proud to present a list below of qualifying work by our members. This is in no way meant to be an exhaustive list of SJV worthy work- just the work of our members to have a look at and nominate if you feel it merits it.
Spectyr put out by Ace
Phoenix Rising by Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris (Harper Voyager)
Diane and Kevin Berry:
Dragons Away by K. D. Berry published by Blue Wood Publishing.
In the Heart of Stars published by Patshm Publishing.
The Bridge, a YA novel, published August 2011 by Text Publishing, winner of the Text Prize.
Michael J. Parry:
The Spiral Tattoo (Ebook format only, Sky Warrior Books)
Samiha’s Song (book two of ‘the Chronicles of the Tree’) published by HarperCollins
Oracle’s Fire (book three of ‘the Chronicles of the Tree’) published by HarperCollins
Act of Will published under the name M. Darusha Wehm.
BEST SHORT STORY
Lily’s Tale in OtherSheep magazine from Written World Communications.
Underground…Undersea in Underground Rising, an anthology from The Writers’ Cafe Press
Upon a Star (Wily Writers)
The Delightful Maiden in Tales for Canterbury by Random Static.
The Truth about Dragons (Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine Issue #50)
Mindgrinder, downloadable from this webpage.
Azif in Fantastique Unfettered (#4)
Renaissance in White Cat Magazine (October 2011)
Into The Black Abyss in Something Wicked magazine (#15) (South Africa)
The Fountain in Tales for Canterbury anthology published by Random Static
The Sun Sets No Different at the Edge of the Universe — Bards and Sages Quarterly, January 2011– winner of the 2011 Reader’s Choice Award for this issue.
Pistols at Dawn Amongst the Evergreens — Electric Velocipede #21/22 — only the opening available onsite
Clinohumite — Bards and Sages Quarterly, July 2011
Juggling Silver in Tales for Canterbury by Random Static
You Said “Two of Each’ Right? in Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine issue 50
Broadwing in Tales for Canterbury (eds. Anna Caro & Cassie Hart, Random Static)
Hatchway in Anywhere But Earth (ed. Keith Stevenson, Coeur de Lion)
Crucible published on the Wily Writers podcast in 2011.
Young Love on the Run from the Federal Alien Administration New Mexico Division (1984), published at Strange Horizons back in May is eligible in the Best Short Story category:
The Daughter of the Khan in the Tales for Canterbury anthology published by Random Static
Rites in the River anthology published by Dark Quest Books
Desert Blood in Dead Red Heart
Behind the Midnight Blinds – HorrorWorld in April.
BEST COLLECTED WORKS:
Tales from the Archives– a podcast anthology of steampunk short stories.
Eye to the Telescope– Issue 2 of the Science Fiction Poetry Association’s online journal featuring New Zealand and Australian speculative poetry, edited by Tim Jones.
BEST NEW TALENT
Diane and Kevin Berry
Aquasynthesis, an anthology she edited and produced:
BEST DRAMATIC PRESENTATION
SERVICES TO SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY, OR HORROR
For establishing the first and only professional association for writers, editors and creators of speculative fiction in and from New Zealand. Founded and launched in August 2010. Reached it’s 100th member in January 2012.
Works are listed in alphabetical order by author’s last name in each category.
If you are a member of SpecFicNZ with a work you would like added to the above list, please contact us at email@example.com (subject line SJV Work) with details of the work and we will gladly add it. We don’t know you have a qualifying work unless you tell us.
And again, this list is not associated with the running and process of the SJV awards. This is not a list of nominees, only a list of works that qualify for nomination. They aren’t nominees until you officially nominate them using the process outlined HERE. SpecFicNZ does not make nominations. We simply wanted to provide you with a list of works by our members that you could read and possibly nominate.
We do hope you nominate them by the deadline of March 31st, 2012.