Author R.S. Belcher Is Coming to MidSouthCon 35

I’m pleased to announce that R.S. Belcher will be attending  MidSouthCon 35 at least on Saturday March 25, 2017.

His novel Brotherhood of the Wheel is a Finalist for the 2017 Darrell Award for Best Midsouth Novel. That book combines a modern version of the Knights Templar, the Wild Hunt, the Triple Goddess, and many other elements into a highly-enjoyable thrilling story.

He’s most well-known for his series of Weird Western novels that includes Six Gun Tarot and 2 others so far; and let us not forget his 3rd series that starts with Nightwise.

He’s not listed on the convention’s publicity because he’s just completed arrangements to attend. He will be at the Darrell Awards panel at 3pm on Saturday and at the Banquet starting at 5pm that night.

Also, you can look for him on Pro Row and in the pocket program book (and the con’s calendar or scheduling app), as well. (Pro Row is the space set aside at the convention for authors to sign and sell their own works.)

Please check back here as the convention approaches for news of other 2017 Finalists who have confirmed that they will be attending.

Autor R.S. Belcher

Author R.S. Belcher

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2017 Darrell Awards Nominations Are Now Open

The 2017 Darrell Awards Jury met recently and adopted the rules for 2017, so we are pleased to announce that :

NOMINATIONS ARE NOW OPEN for the 2017 Darrell Awards ! Yippee!

There have been 2 minor changes to the rules and one major change (Rule 13 was added). So, please DO review the rules before you nominate.

Please use this LINK to access the 2017 Nomination Form.

(Yes, that is on Dropbox. If you have a problem accessing dropbox, email us at MemphisSF at cs dot com and we will email the form directly to you. The email address is spelled out here to cut down on spambots harvesting it.)

We are also pleased to announce that we have added three new members to the Jury and one new Official Reader.  Our next meeting is later this month (August), so get those Nominations in so the Jury and Readers can be considering your work for the 2017 Darrell Awards.

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