Four poems as Rhysling Finalists

Posted by on Mar 20, 2020 in anthology:poem, awards, Blog | 0 comments

I feel odd reporting good news as the modern civilization seems to be eroding around us, but I’ll take whatever positives I can get. Four of my poems were nominated for the Rhysling Award this year. That means they’ll be published in the Rhysling Anthology, and members of the SFPA will consider them as they vote for the annual winners. I’m honored to have anything up for such an honor again!

Here are my works that are finalists, with links to the two available online:

Short category:
– “My Ghost Will Know The Way” • The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, July/August
“A Purring Cat is a Time Machine” • Daikaijuzine 1
– “What You Hear When Your Best Friend Falls for a Supervillain” • Star*Line 42.1

Long category:
“Childhood Memory from the Old Victorian House on Warner” • Uncanny 27

Here is the complete list of nominees.

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