This morning, the Horror Writers Association released the Final Ballot for the Bram Stoker Awards, and “The Floating Girls: A Documentary,” originally published in Jamais Vu, has been nominated in the Superior Achievement in Short Fiction category. This is the first time my work has been nominated for an award, and I’m a bit lost for words right now, other than to say I’m honored by the nomination and to be among such august company.
Superior Achievement in Short Fiction:
Hal Bodner – “Hot Tub” (Hell Comes to Hollywood II: Twenty-Two More Tales of Tinseltown Terror (Volume 2)) (Big Time Books)
Sydney Leigh – “Baby’s Breath” (Bugs: Tales That Slither, Creep, and Crawl) (Great Old Ones Publishing)
Usman T. Malik – “The Vaporization Enthalpy of a Peculiar Pakistani Family” (Qualia Nous) (Written Backwards)
Rena Mason – “Ruminations” (Qualia Nous) (Written Backwards)
John Palisano – “Splinterette” (Widowmakers: A Benefit Anthology of Dark Fiction) (Widowmaker Press)
Damien Angelica Walters – “The Floating Girls: A Documentary” (Jamais Vu, Issue Three) (Post Mortem Press)