I've written already about the SFF short stories and novelettes written by others that I think are fantastic and deserve to be nominated for Nebulas, Hugos, any other awards you can think of ... if you missed that post, read it here. When I wrote it, I couldn't remember the title of a wonderful story by Kai Ashante Wilson, "The Devil in America," but it definitely belongs on my list.
As it happens, three of my own short stories were published this year and are eligible for Nebulas/Hugos/what-have-yous. If you've read them, and liked them, please consider including them on your list of nominations:
• "The Dance of the White Demons," in the anthology Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction from the Margins of History
• "The Bar at the End of the World," in the anthology The Many Tortures of Anthony Cardno
• "Skin in the Game," which was just published last Wednesday at Tor.com
No matter what ends up on the ballot, having a long list of good stories to read is a victory for all of us, and worth a celebratory dance.