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10/11/2005 Archived Entry: "RebelFire nominated for the Prometheus Award"

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Oct. 11, 2005:

Dear Mr. Zelman:

Congratulations. RebelFire Pressís 2005 novel, RebelFire: Out of the Gray Zone" by Claire Wolfe and Aaron Zelman, has been nominated by LFS members for the Prometheus Award for Best Novel for 2005.

Please pass on the good news to your co-author and the editors.

So far, only eight 2005 novels have been nominated for our Best Novel award, which will be presented at the 2006 Worldcon, so this is a select honor. Usually, about a dozen novels are nominated, of which five officially are selected by the judges as finalists, to be announced in mid-March.

Despite the smaller-than-usual number of nominees, I expect Aaron and I will be up against tough competition, including Vin Suprynowicz's popular and powerful The Black Arrow. (I haven't yet seen a list of other nominees, but surely TBA must be on it.)

After the judges choose the five finalists, LFS members select the winner. I'm honored to get this far.

Posted by Claire @ 12:06 PM CST

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