The 2014 Darrell Awards Jury is pleased to announce the 2014 Darrell Award winners & other honored works as presented at the Banquet at MidSouthCon 32 on Saturday, March 22, 2014.
2014 Dal Coger Memorial Hall of Fame Winner — Frank Tuttle for his Extraordinary Contributions to Midsouth Literacy for his many published works
2014 Darrell Award for Best Midsouth SF/F Novel
Winner — Someday The Stars by John E. Siers
First Runner Up: Brown River Queen by Frank Tuttle
Finalists: The Moon and Beyond by John E. Siers
The Skies Roared by Steve Bradshaw
Best Midsouth SF/F Young Adult Work
Winner — Vanished by Christina L. Holt
First Runner-Up:Sela by Jackie Gamber
Finalist: Omni by Andrea Murray
Best Midsouth SF/F Short Story
Winner — Angels in Gas Stations by Victor Lorthos (as seen in Zombie Strippers and Other Strange Words)
First Runner-Up: The Finder’s Keeper by Jason Cordova (as seen in Dreams of Steam 4: Gizmos)
Eclipse Over Elmwood by H. David Blalock (as seen in Southern Haunts)
The Bone Garden by Robert J. Krog (as seen in Ten Reasons To Cross The Moat)
The Clockwork Gunslingers by Robert J. Krog (as seen in Dreams of Steam 4: Gizmos)
CONGRATULATIONS to the Winners!
Again, I cannot thank you folks enough. I am honored.
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