Unreality SF’s annual “Story of the Year” poll!

Unreality SF is hosting their annual “Story of the Year” poll, looking to pronounce one media tie-in story “the best of the best.” For that, they need the help of you, the (I hope) readers of TV, film, and other tie-in fiction. Such folks are invited to submit their top/favorite three stories which were published during the eligibility period. In this case, the period includes all novels, novellas, short stories, comics, and audio dramas published between March 1st, 2011 and February 29, 2012.

The winning story’s author even will receive a trophy, by golly. I’m pleased to say that my novel for the Star Trek: Typhon Pact miniseries, Paths of Disharmony won this honor last year. Here, take a look at the shiny stuff they sent me:

Click me!(Click to biggie size.)

Now, since I think we long ago established that I’m a shameless attention whore, I’ll go the extra step of pointing out to you that I have stories eligible for consideration again this year:

Almost Tomorrow (Declassified, Star Trek: Vanguard, June 2011)
What Judgments Come, by me and Kevin Dilmore (Star Trek: Vanguard, September 2011)
That Which Divides (Star Trek, February 2012)

There’s been an awful lot of good stuff published during this past year, a lot of it by folks I consider friends and colleagues. So, even if our scribblings aren’t among your favorites, if you’re a follower of tie-in fiction and have some favorites which are eligible this year that you’d like to see recognized, wander on over to Unreality SF and participate in the new poll, whydontcha?

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About Dayton Ward

Freelance word slinger, husband, daddy, Trekkie, Tampa Bay Bucs fan, Rush fan (the band), observer and derider of human behavior. I know where my towel is.
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One Response to Unreality SF’s annual “Story of the Year” poll!

  1. Pingback: Nominations now open for Unreality SF Story of the Year award « Christopher L. Bennett: Written Worlds

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