Month: February 2009

And The Winner Is…

The deed is done. After days and days of writing, editing, compiling, collating, formatting, cross-referencing, indexing, cussing and swearing, the 107-page Judging Report on the Paul Harland Prize 2008 is complete. Had I known what I was getting into, I might not have answered in the positive when 2008’s prize organizer Wim Stolk asked me […]

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It’s Nothing Personal

Prisoner of war is rackin’ em up! Its seventh rejection came from Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show (fondly known as IGMS), and it wasn’t even a personal rejection. But who knows, maybe it was destined for GUD all that time. I sure hope it was, for that is where it is now. I thought […]

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, Ed.

The bullet is through the church, as they say in Holland. Mynx will indeed be publishing an anthology of the best entries in the 2008 Paul Harland Prize (which I covered in an earlier post, as well as raving about one of the most talented entrants in another). And together with tireless PHP organizer and […]

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