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I am pleased to announce that "James and the Dark Grimoire" has been nominated for the WSFA Small Press Award. The Washington (DC) Science Fiction Association sponsors this award for short stories published in small-press books and periodicals. The award will be presented at WSFA's annual convention Capclave the weekend of 22-24 October 2010 in Rockville, Maryland. The competition looks tough, and I am quite honored to be among these nominees:

“each thing i show you is a piece of my death” by Gemma Files and Stephen J. Barringer, published in Clockwork Phoenix 2, edited by Mike Allen, Norilana Books (July 2009).

“Images of Anna” by Nancy Kress, published in Fantasy Magazine, edited by Cat Rambo (September 2009).

“James and the Dark Grimoire” by Kevin Lauderdale, published in Cthulhu Unbound, edited by Thomas Brannan and John Sunseri, Permuted Press, (March 2009).

“Race to the Moon” by Kyell Gold, published in New Fables, Summer 2009, edited by Tim Susman, Sofawolf Press (July 2009).

“Sinner, Baker, Fabulist, Priest; Red Mask, Black Mask, Gentleman, Beast” by Eugie Foster, published in Interzone (January 2009) / Apex Magazine (August 2009), edited by Andy Cox (Interzone,) / Catherynne M. Valente (Apex).

“Siren Beat” by Tansy Rayner Roberts, published in Twelfth Planet, edited by Alisa Krasnostein (October 2009).

“The Pirate Captain’s Daughter” by Yoon Ha Lee, published in Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #27, 10/08/2009, edited Scott H. Andrews.

“The Very Difficult Diwali of Sub-Inspector Gurushankar Rajaram” by Jeff Soesbe, published in DayBreak Magazine, edited by Jetse de Vries (October 2009).


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Aug. 15th, 2010 06:16 pm (UTC)
Wow, Kevin, that's impressive! Congrats!
Aug. 15th, 2010 07:11 pm (UTC)

This also reminded me that I'd not downloaded the audio production. Which will now be done in, oh, fifteen seconds. :)

When you mentioned the story before, I meant to ask — have you read any of the other Wodehouse/Lovecraft admixtures? I know of two — Peter Cannon's Pulptime and Alan Moore's League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Black Dossier. I've read the former (which I liked, mostly), but I've not read the latter.
Aug. 15th, 2010 07:16 pm (UTC)
I didn't even know that there were other similar mashups until I had already sold the story. I did a google search and found that there was a long history of these things. I have read the Alan Moore one, and I enjoyed it. I'm glad I didn't do a straight parody, but rather made my own variations on Jeeves and Wooster -- a little more freedom.
Aug. 15th, 2010 10:07 pm (UTC)
Hooray! Good luck!
Aug. 22nd, 2010 03:01 pm (UTC)
I just saw this. Hope to hear some good news this weekend. You should post this over at the Rift website.
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