BCS Authors Elsewhere
BCS Story Named to Tiptree Award Honor List

Posted in: Awards and Accolades, BCS Authors Elsewhere by Scott H. Andrews

The Night Bazaar for Women Becoming Reptiles” by Rachael K. Jones, from BCS #203 and podcast BCS 180, was one of nine works named to the Honor List for the James Tiptree, Jr. Literary Award.

The Tiptree Award, named after the legendary author, recognizes works encouraging the exploration and expansion of gender. Last year, two BCS stories were named to the Tiptree long list: “Everything Beneath You” by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam from BCS #164 and podcast BCS 142, and “Grandmother-nai-Leylit’s Cloth of Winds” by Rose Lemberg, from BCS #175.

BCS authors with other work recognized by the Tiptree Award this year include Mishell Baker (“Fire in the Haze” in BCS #203 and its prequel “Throwing Stones” in BCS #47), with her novel Borderline named to the Honor List.

Congratulations, all!


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BCS Authors Elsewhere – Nebula Finalists

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In addition to BCS pieces by Jason Sanford and Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam named finalists for the Nebula Award for Novelette, multiple other BCS authors had short fiction and novels in other venues named finalist for the Nebulas:

Along with David D. Levine (“Liaisons Galantes: A Scientific Romance” in BCS #108; “Sun Magic, Earth Magic” in BCS #1 and podcast BCS 002) named a finalist for the Andre Norton Award for YA SF/F.

Congratulations to them and all the other finalists!


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BCS Authors Elsewhere – Yant, Tem, Bossert, and More

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Several more BCS authors have stories appearing elsewhere recently:

  • Charles Payseur (“Where Rivers Run Free,” forthcoming this spring) likewise in the Dec. Lightspeed

Congratulations, all!


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BCS Authors Elsewhere – Murrary, Stufflebeam, Howard

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Several more BCS authors have stories appearing elsewhere recently:

  • Samantha Murray (“A Deeper Green” in BCS #205) in the Nov. Clarkesworld
  • Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam (“Everything Beneath You” in BCS #164 and podcast BCS 142, among others, and a new story this month) in the Nov-Dec Black Static
  • Kat Howard (“The Calendar of Saints” in BCS #79 Third Anniversary Double-Issue) in the Nov-Dec Uncanny 

Congratulations!


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BCS in Heiresses of Russ 2016 Anthology

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One BCS story and multiple other BCS authors will appear in this year’s edition of the annual year’s-best anthology Heiresses of Russ!

Grandmother-nai-Leylit’s Cloth of Winds” by Rose Lemberg, from BCS #175, also a finalist for this year’s Nebula Awards, leads off the table of contents.

Heiresses of Russ, an anthology series of the year’s best lesbian speculative fiction, is edited this year by BCS author A.M. Dellamonica (“The Boy Who Would Not Be Enchanted” in BCS #209) and Steve Berman.

It includes other stories by BCS authors:

Congratulations, all!


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BCS Authors Elsewhere – Vaughn, Larson, Valentine

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Several more BCS authors have stories appearing elsewhere recently:

  • Carrie Vaughn (“Sun, Stone, Spear” in BCS #169 and podcast BCS 146, and a new story forthcoming in 2017)  in the Sept. Asimov’s

Congratulations!


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BCS on Notable Stories Longlist for Best American SF&F

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Two BCS stories were named to the list of Notable Stories for the second volume the new anthology series Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy!

  • Sun, Stone, Spear” by Carrie Vaughn, from BCS #169 and podcast BCS 146 (also to appear in the new Best of BCS Year Seven anthology, out next month!)

The list of Notable Stories also features many BCS authors for their stories in other venues, including KameronHurley, Rahul Kanakia, Rich Larson, Sam J. Miller, Sarah Pinsker, E. Catherine Tobler, Rachel SwirskyCaroline M. Yoachim, Genevieve Valentine, Catherynne M. Valente, and Yoon Ha Lee.

This year’s volume of BASFF was edited by Karen Joy Fowler, and the series is edited by John Joseph Adams. Last year, “The Black Waters of Lethe” by Oliver Buckram, from BCS #150 and podcast BCS 130 was named to the Notable Stories list.


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BCS Authors Elsewhere – Palmer, Larson

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Two BCS authors have science-fiction stories appearing elsewhere recently:

Congratulations!


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BCS Authors Elsewhere – Valente, de Bodard, Yoachim

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Several more BCS authors have stories appearing elsewhere recently:

Congratulations!


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