Winners for the 2020 Darrell Awards, “presented annually in support of Midsouth Literacy by recognizing the best published Science Fiction, Fantasy and/or Horror in Short Story, Novella, Novel, Young Adult & Other Media formats,” have been announced:
- WINNER: Above the Ether, Eric Barnes (Arcade)
- First Runner-up: Carl Perkins’ Cadillac, John G Hartness
- WINNER: House of Salt and Sorrows, Erin A. Craig (Delacorte)
- First Runner-up: The Diminished (Harlequin Teen) and The Exalted (Inkyard), Kaitlyn Sage Patterson
- WINNER: Shoot First, William Allen Webb & Larry Hoy (self-published)
- WINNER: “Killing Him”, Carolyn McSparren (Mayhem in Memphis)
- First Runner-up: “The Game”, H. David Blalock (Tales of the Interstellar Bartenders Guild)
- “Roxy Socksy”, Robert J. Krog (Tales of the Interstellar Bartenders Guild)
- “Critters”, Herika Raymer (Tales of the Interstellar Bartenders Guild)
Rachel E. Carr is the 2020 Dal Coger Memorial Hall of Fame winner, for her Rules Undying series.
For more information, see the Darrell Awards site.
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