2019 Darrell Awards Winners
Winners of the 2019 Darrell Awards were announced March 16, 2019 during MidSouthCon 37 at the Hilton Memphis in Memphis TN.
Best Midsouth Novel
- WINNER: Every Wind of Change, Frank Tuttle (self-published)
- First Runner-Up: In the Service of Luna, John E. Siers (Stonewall)
Best Midsouth Novella
- WINNER: “Find the Lady”, Kevin Andrew Murphy (Mississippi Roll)
- First Runner-Up: The Hairy Man, William Alan Webb (Dingbat)
Best Midsouth Short Story
- Winner: Knob Hill Haunt, Frank Tuttle (Sizzling Lizard)
- First Runner-Up: “Teddy Bump”, Sheree Renée Thomas (Fiyah Summer ’18)
- Finalist: “Family Circle”, Lee Ann Story (End of the World Potluck)
Best Midsouth Other Media
- Winner: Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files: Dog Men #1-6, Mark Powers & Diego Galindo (Dynamite)
- First Runner-Up: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: “Amazing Grace”
Troy L. Wiggins is the 2019 inductee to the Dal Coger Memorial Hall of Fame “for his extraordinary contributions to Midsouth literacy, more specifically his many published short stories and his founding of a new SF magazine — FIYAH LIT MAG.”
The Darrell Awards are given to works that “use the greater Memphis area as a significant setting and/or the author must be a resident of the greater Memphis area when the work appears.”
For more information, see the Darrell Awards site.
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