TWO “Lovecraft eZine” stories on the preliminary Stoker recommended list

Wow. I’m VERY proud to announce that two Lovecraft eZine stories (Available Light by John Palisano and A Catechism for Aspiring Amnesiacs by Nicole Cushing) have been placed on the preliminary ballot for the Horror Writers Association’s Bram Stoker Award®.

These aren’t nominations (or, at least, aren’t yet – nominations won’t be announced until February 23rd. .) This announcement brings both John and Nicole one step away from being nominated.

But it’s still a pleasure to have two stories from the eZine make it to the preliminary ballot. Interestingly, both stories are from the exact same issue; number 12 (March 2012).

You can read these dark and wonderful tales at the following links:

A Catechism for Aspiring Amnesiacs

Available Light

As I said, WOW.  Whether or not we make it any further, I’m very proud of this.

Nicole and John, we here at the eZine wish you both, the best of luck!

AVAILABLE LIGHT - illustration by Nick Gucker - http://www.nickthehat.com

AVAILABLE LIGHT – illustration by Nick Gucker – http://www.nickthehat.com

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A Catechism for Aspiring Amnesiacs - illustration by Mike Dominic - http://paladinfreelance.blogspot.com/

A Catechism for Aspiring Amnesiacs – illustration by Mike Dominic – http://paladinfreelance.blogspot.com/

6 responses to “TWO “Lovecraft eZine” stories on the preliminary Stoker recommended list

  1. Congratulations guys! And, I’m sorry John, but Cathecism For An Aspiring Amnesiac better win an award otherwise I’m going to hit someone. No, I’m kidding. … Maybe…

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