Showing posts with label Awards. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Awards. Show all posts

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Little Big News: Agatha Nominations

The Agatha Award nominations have been announced.  Winners will be crowned at Malice Domestic in the spring.  Congrats to all!

Best Short Story
"Double Jinx: A Bellissimo Casino Crime Caper Short Story" by Gretchen Archer (Henery Press)
"The Best-Laid Plans" by Barb Goffman in Malice Domestic 11: Murder Most Conventional (Wildside Press)
"The Mayor and the Midwife" by Edith Maxwell in Blood on the Bayou: Bouchercon Anthology 2016 (Down & Out Books)
"The Last Blue Glass" by B.K. Stevens in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
"Parallel Play" by Art Taylor in Chesapeake Crimes: Storm Warning (Wildside Press)

Friday, May 6, 2016

Anthony Award Nominees

The Anthony Award nominations have been announced.  Congrats to all!


BEST SHORT STORY
"The Little Men: A Bibliomystery" - Megan Abbott
"The Siege" EQMM, Dec 2015 - Hilary Davidson
"Feliz Navidead" Thuglit Presents: Cruel Yule - Brace Godfrey/Johnny Shaw
"Old Hands" Dark City Lights - Erin Mitchell
"Quack and Dwight" Jewish Noir - Travis Richardson
"Don’t Fear the Ripper" Protectors 2: Heroes - Holly West



BEST ANTHOLOGY OR COLLECTION
Safe Inside the Violence - Christopher Irvin
Protectors 2: Heroes - Thomas Pluck, ed.
Thuglit Presents: Cruel Yule - Todd Robinson, ed.
Murder Under the Oaks - Art Taylor, ed.
Jewish Noir - Kenneth Wishnia, ed.

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Edgar winners announced

Congratulations to Steven King who took home the Edgar for best short story for "Obits" from his Bazaar of Bad Dreams, and Russell W. Johnson who scored the Robert L. Fish Memorial Award for best first story. His "Chung Ling Soo’s Greatest Trick" appeared in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine.

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Little Big News: Derringer winners!

The Short Mystery Fiction Society has announced the winners of this year's Derringer Awards.  Congratulations to all!



Flash fiction Hero by Vy Kava           

Short story
Twilight Ladies by Meg Opperman        

Long Story
Dentonville by  John M. Floyd        

Novelette 
Driver by John M. Floyd