It’s that time of year – where New Zealand Speculative Fiction authors are looking to get their work nominated into the Sir Julius Vogel Awards.
Last year I was lucky enough to be nominated for one of my short stories, Frankie and the Netball Clone, and it was a real surprise and a thrill to see a children’s short story winning this prestigous award. So why not give your favourite NZ speculative author a thrill and nominate their work?
- Separate emails for each work to: email@example.com Subject: SJV Award Nomination.
- A number of details – conveniently supplied below for easy copy and paste for each of my possible publications. (And while you are at it why not use the template to nominate another favourite author, filmmaker? More information about nominating and the awards is here.)
- your name and contact details – phone and/or email.
What the work is: Professional – Children’s Fiction
Year of First Release: 2012
Publisher: Coombe House
How to contact the author: firstname.lastname@example.org, or ph 586 2468
Nomination category: Best Youth/Children’s Novel
What the work is: Professional – Short Story online
Publisher: Arc / The Tomorrow Project
Nomination category: Best Short Story