I’m honored to be one of the nominees for the Sidewise Award for Best Alternate History (Short Form). “Recovering Apollo 8” is on this list with some great company.
Congrats to all the nominees!
Here’s the press release.
The judges for the Sidewise Awards for Alternate History are pleased to
announce this year’s nominees. The Sidewise Awards will be presented at
this year’s worldcon, Denvention 3, the week of August 6-10. The awards
were founded in 1995 to recognize the best alternate history of the year.
Best Short Form:
Elizabeth Bear, Les Innocents/Lumiere (in New Amsterdam, Subterranean Press)
Michael Flynn, Quaestiones Super Caelo Et Mundo (in Analog, 7/07)
Matthew Johnson, Public Safety (in Asimov’s, 3/07)
Jess Nevins, An Alternate History of Chinese Science Fiction (in No Fear
of the Future, May 17, 2007)
Chris Roberson, Metal Dragon Year (in Interzone, 12/07)
Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Recovering Apollo 8 (in Asimov’s, 2/07)
John Scalzi, Missives from Possible Futures #1: Alternate History Search
Results (in Subterranean Magazine, Winter 2007)
Best Long Form
Michael Chabon, The Yiddish Policemen’s Union (HarperCollins)
Robert Conroy, 1945: A Novel (Ballantine Books)
Mary Gentle, Ilario (The Lion’s Eye and The Stone Golem) (Eos)
Jay Lake, Mainspring (Tor Books)
Sophia McDougall, Rome Burning (Orion)
Jo Walton, Ha’penny (Tor Books)
Congratulations to all the nominees