So I had the good fortune to have two of my works nominated, as 2021 British Science Fiction award finalists.
The first is my eight thousand words climate fiction novelette O2 Arena, in the short fiction category. It was first published November 2021, in Issue 58 of Galaxy’s Edge and reprinted January 2022 in Issue 129 of Apex Magazine. It’s currently free to read here on Apex Magazine. British Science Fiction Association members can vote for it and members of the current WorldCon can nominate it in the Hugo award, novelette category.
My second work which was a BSFA finalist was the first ever Year’s Best African Speculative Fiction anthology. It’s beautiful cover by Maria Spada was a finalist in the Best artwork category.
The anthology itself made the Paula Guran and Arley Sorg Year in Review and Locus recommended reading list for 2021. With it, the editor also made the Nerds of a Feather Hugo award recommended reading list, editor category, and is eligible for the Hugo award best editor short form, and the Locus award, best anthology and editor. It’s free to download in all formats on the editor’s Jembefola Press website.
You can see my full eligibility list