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: Serpent’s Mark, Beth Alvarez (Sacred Tree)
- First Runner-up: The Girl Who Had No Shadow, John & Victoria Babb (Self-published)
- WINNER: “Madam & The Map: A Journey in Five Movements”, Sheree Renée Thomas (Nine Bar Blues)
- First Runner-up: “Shadows Before Sunrise”, Melissa Olthoff (It Takes All Kinds)
- WINNER: “Five-Six-Seven-Eight”, Jim Paavola (Lies Along the Mississippi)
- First Runner-up: Well Being, Elden Lee (self-published)
As previously announced, Sheree Renée Thomas is the winner of the Dal Coger Memorial Hall of Fame Award.
For more information, see the announcement thread.
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