01 November, 2010

'Sea-Hearts' wins World Fantasy Award for Best Novella!

I'm so pleased about this - it makes it look like such a good idea to expand this novella into a full-blown novel. When I'm up to my ears in revisions, I need all the reassurance I can get.

In case you're wondering what 'Sea-Hearts' is all about, there are now two places where it can be found: in its original publication, Keith Stevenson's/coeur de lion's novellanthology X6, and in Paula Guran's just-released The Year's Best Dark Fantasy and Horror 2010.


Anonymous genevieve said...

Hurrah!! that's lovely news.

01 November, 2010 14:15  
Blogger Keith Stevenson said...

Yay fer uz!
K x

01 November, 2010 15:30  
Anonymous Jason Fischer said...


Well done on your well-deserved win :-)

01 November, 2010 16:27  
Anonymous nike said...

Congratulations, margo. It's a fabulous story, and a well-deserved win.

01 November, 2010 17:11  
Blogger Elise said...


01 November, 2010 18:21  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is BRILLIANT news! *insert more reassurance*


01 November, 2010 19:45  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Margo: Congratulations on the WFA!!! Can't wait to see the novel as well.

Jeff Ford

02 November, 2010 00:39  
Blogger chrisbarnes said...

Bravo! It is a wonderful story. I look forward to reading its longer relative.

02 November, 2010 00:57  
Blogger Professor said...

As a knitter, fantasy writer, and selkie lover, I couldn't resist: just ordered, The Year's Best Dark Fantasy and Horror 2010, just to get this tale.

Showers of iridescent confetti at you! I shall eat a chocolate cupcake with candle in your honor. *scurries to cupboard*

Dr. SunWolf
who occasionally twitters as @WordWhispers

02 November, 2010 03:31  
Blogger Helen V. said...


02 November, 2010 12:30  
Blogger Moses Siregar III said...

Congratulations! I look forward to reading it.

02 November, 2010 18:35  
Blogger Among Amid While said...

Thank you all for your kind congratulations - and for the extra pats, Thoraiya!

I'll get the novel out to you as soon as possible, I promise.

*hugs all round*

03 November, 2010 12:27  
Blogger The Scarlet Tree said...

Congratulations!! That is fantastic I am looking forward to reading it

04 November, 2010 07:45  
Blogger Flinthart said...

Margo! That's so very cool. You're getting a shelf fulla those thing!

04 November, 2010 13:28  
Anonymous Steve Turner said...

Congratulations Margo, it was a beautifully crafted story - well deserved.

05 November, 2010 14:56  

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