The Science Fiction & Fantasy Poetry Association (SFPA) has announced the winners of the annual Rhysling Awards for SF, fantasy, and horror poetry in short and long form categories. This year’s winners are:
“After Her Brother Ripped the Heads from Her Paper Dolls”, Beth Cato (Mythic Delirium 1-3/18)
“What Loves You”, Jeff Crandall (F&SF 9-10/18)
Third Place (tie)
“3D-Printed Brother”, Millie Ho (Strange Horizons 9/25/18)
“A City Built on Bones”, Ann K. Schwader (Abyss & Apex #66)
“Ursula Le Guin in the Underworld”, Sarah Tolmie (On Spec 4/18)
“The Fairies in the Crawlspace”, Beth Cato (Uncanny 3-4/18)
“3-Minute Future”, F.J. Bergmann (Unlikely Stories V)
Winners are chosen by the members of the SFPA and are regularly reprinted in the annual Nebula Awards anthology. For more information, see the SFPA website.
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