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BCS Authors Elsewhere: Yoon Ha Lee Wins Locus Award

Posted in: BCS Authors Elsewhere by Scott H. Andrews

The Locus Awards, voted by readers of Locus magazine in their reader poll, were awarded last weekend, and BCS author Yoon Ha Lee won in the category First Novel, for Ninefox Gambit.

Congratulations! Yoon’s short fiction first appeared in BCS in Issue #2, the first of many, including several stories in our science-fantasy special issues, such as “Foxfire, Foxfire” from BCS #194 Science-Fantasy Month 3 and podcast BCS 168, which was a finalist for the Locus Award in the category Novelette.

And congratulations to all the other winners and finalists!


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BCS Authors Elsewhere – McAllister, Marshall, Payseur

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Yet more BCS authors have stories appearing in other fine magazines this month:

  • Charles Payseur (“Rivers Run Free,” forthcoming in July) likewise in the May Nightmare
  • Charles Payseur also in the May Shimmer

Congratulations, all!


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BCS and Stories Locus Award Finalists

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

The readers of Locus magazine in their reader poll have named BCS and several of our stories from 2016 finalists for the Locus Awards!

  • BCS, for Magazine

BCS authors named finalists for their work elsewhere, novels or short fiction, included:

Congratulations, all!


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BCS Authors Elsewhere – Tobler, Dicken, Reiss

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Several BCS authors have stories appearing in other fine magazines this month:

  • E. Catherine Tobler also in the May Clarkesworld

Congratulations, all!


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BCS Authors Elsewhere: Aurealis Awards Finalists and Winner

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The 2016 Aurealis Awards, recognizing the best in Australian speculative fiction, included other works by a number of BCS authors named finalists and winner. Congratulations to:

  • Jason Fischer (“Defy the Grey Kings” in BCS #180): Finalist, BEST FANTASY NOVELLA
  • Ian McHugh (“Demons Enough” in BCS #185, “Cold, Cold War” in BCS #123, among others): Finalist, BEST SCIENCE FICTION SHORT STORY 

  • Alan Baxter: Finalist, BEST COLLECTION 

Past BCS authors and stories recognized by the Aurealis Awards include “Defy the Grey Kings” by Jason Fischer from BCS #180, winner of Best Fantasy Novella last year, “Father’s Kill” by Christopher Green, from BCS #24 and podcast BCS 022, winner of Best Fantasy Short Story in 2009. Multiple-time BCS author Ian McHugh has had several pieces named finalist, including “Cold, Cold War” from BCS #123.


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BCS Authors Elsewhere: Hugo Finalists!

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Several BCS authors had other works named finalists for the 2017 Hugo Awards!

Congratulations, all!


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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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