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Entries in A Quiet Shelter There (3)

Tuesday
Feb232016

Aurora Award Nominations

Aurora Award Nominations are now open and my short story "Charlie" is eligible for nominating for Best Short Fiction - English. "Charlie" appeared in A Quiet Shelter There, a benefit anthology for homeless animals. During the nomination period, "Charlie" will be available to read on my website.

The Auroras are cool awards because readers get to participate! 

Anyone who is a member of the Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Association (CSFFA) can nominate and vote for the awards. Membership is $10, and includes a voter's package which includes a copy of all nominated works. If you're a fan of the genre, your $10 membership gets you way more than $10 worth of reading.

So nominate your favorite Canadian fantasy or science fiction books and stories of the year!

Nominations close March 19. See the Aurora Awards website for membership details and the eligible works in all categories. 

Saturday
Oct172015

A Quiet Shelter There anthology out and Publisher's Weekly Review

It's here! A Quiet Shelter There, a benefit anthology for Friends of Homeless Animals(FOHA), contains speculative stories all about companion and service animals. 70% of the proceeds go to FOHA, but other animal shelters/rescues can purchase it at a discount if they would like to use it for their own fundraising.

Publisher's weekly just reviewed it, and with a lovely comment about my story.

Right now, it's just out in paperback. Ebooks coming.

 

 

Wednesday
Sep262012

Cover Reveal: A Quiet Shelter There Anthology

Squeeee! The cover art for A Quiet Shelter There just arrived in my inbox, and is absolutely perfect for a collection of speculative fiction (fantasy, sci-fi, paranormal, etc.) stories all about animals. This is a benefit anthology for homeless animals, and I am honored that my story, "Charlie", will be included. To see all the contributors, click here. You will see the very talented Cat Rambo among them.

The cover for A Quiet Shelter There was designed by Heather McDougal. The anthology is forthcoming from Hadley Rille Books, edited by Gerri Leen.