2013 Darrell Awards Jury Wraps Up

The 2013 Darrell Awards Jury met today & wrapped up its work, picking the Coger Memorial Hall of Fame winner (Justin Cronin) and the Best Midsouth Science Fiction, Fantasy and/or Horror Novel, Novella, Short Story and Other Media of the previous year.

In addition to the Finalists previously announced, the Jury gave Honorable Mentions to Janet Coleman Sides for her novel The Tale of Rinji and to William Rasmussen for his short story Girl on a Swing as seen in ParAbnormal Digest # 3 (March 2012).

We will present the Winners, First-Runners Up & other Finalists at the Banquet at MidSouthCon 31 on Saturday, March 23 at the East Memphis Hilton.

Please see http://midsouthcon.org for details of the convention.

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About Darrell Awards

The Darrell Awards are presented annually in support of Midsouth Literacy by recognizing the best published Science Fiction, Fantasy and/or Horror in Short Story, Novella, Novel, Young Adult and Other Media formats. Our related Dal Coger Memorial Hall of Fame Award is given for an author who has made exceptional contributions to Midsouth Literacy by having published a substantial body of work that is or would have been eligible for the Darrell Award. The Darrell Awards and the Coger Hall of Fame award are presented at MidSouthCon, held in March of each year in the Memphis, Tennessee area. Please see the entries and pages on this blog, as well as any files linked from here for more information. You can also find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Darrell-Awards/147521910015 and on Twitter at @darrellawards.

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