“Broken Windchimes” won the Asimov’s Readers Choice award for best novella. SF Signal has the list of the other winners as well. Go to sfsignal.com. The Asimov’s site will have their lists up shortly. Some great stories on this list. You can’t go wrong looking them up.
What the SF Signal list doesn’t tell you is that my story, “Spires of Denon,” came in third in the Asimov’s Readers Choice Awards and my story, “The Recovery Man’s Bargain,” came in fourth in the AnLab awards, which is Analog‘s version of the Reader’s Choice awards.
So let me say a big hearty and loud THANK YOU to all of you Dell Magazine readers. I appreciate all the good support on my short fiction. I am so happy you all liked the stories and voted for them. In fact, I’m honored.
Congrats, Kris. I’d have to think that the awards from the readers are the most satisfying, since that’s who we’re doing this for.
I do have one question though: After winning so many reader’s choice awards over the years, are you running out of storage space? 🙂
I agree, Steve. The readers are the ones who matter. I’m always thrilled when they like my stuff.
And I don’t *store* the awards. I display them. 🙂 Happily.