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2014 - Publications in English

IMPORTANT NOTE:  Being listed here does NOT constitute a nomination for any award; this is merely a database of works eligible for nomination.  Until the official awards administrators release a final voting ballot, no one is a nominee, and ONLY works listed on a final ballot are nominees.
*An asterisk denotes a creator's preferred work, when a creator has more than one work eligible in a given category -- the one they'd like to see nominated, or the one they recommend you read if you're only going to read one of their works.  For more information about the asterisk designation, see here.

List as:
Last name, First name. Name of work (Publisher/URL) Date.
or
Last name, First Name. “Name of short story”. Name of Anthology. eds. Editor's Name(s). (Publisher/URL) Date. 
 
Novels
(In the Aurora, Hugo and Nebula rules, a novel is defined as more than 40,000 words. Single-author collections are eligible for the Aurora under the Related Works category but not for the Hugo or the Nebula.)
 
Arenson, David. Requiem's Hope. CreateSpace. Jul 2014.
Bell, E.C. Seeing the Light (Tyche Books) October 2014
DiLouie, Craig. Suffer the Children. Simon & Schuster/Gallery Books. May 2014.
Flewwelling, Pat Helix: Blight of Exiles (Tyche Books) October 2014
Gray, Nowick. PsyBot. CreateSpace. April 2014.
Hoare, Christopher Spies & Subterfuge (Tyche Books) November 2014

Johansen, K.V. The Leopard (Pyr) June 2014
Johansen, K.V. The Lady (Pyr) December 2014
MacDonald, Susan M. Time of Treason (Breakwater Books) April 2014
Kernaghan, Eileen. Sophie, in Shadow. Thistledown Press, March 2014.
Munteanu, Nina. Metaverse.Pixl Press, March 2014.

Novellas
(Between 17,500 and 40,000 words in the Hugo and Nebula rules; the Auroras consider novellas, novelettes, and short stories to all be "short form" works)
 
Novelettes
(between 7,500 and 17,500 words in the Hugo and Nebula rules; the Auroras consider novellas, novelettes, and short stories to all be "short form" works.
 
Hoffmann, Ada and Flay, Jacqueline. "The Screech Owl Also Shall Rest There". The Death God's Chosen (Deepwood Publishing). June 2014.
Janz, Kristin. "Brother's Keeper". Fantasy Short Stories. June 2014.
Janz, Kristin. "City of the Dying Sun". Kaleidotrope. Winter 2014.

Short Stories
(fewer than 7,500 words in the Hugo and Nebula rules; the Auroras consider novellas, novelettes, and short stories to all be "short form" works)
 
Choi, Eric. "Crimson Sky". Analog Science Fiction and Fact. July/August 2014.
Choi, Eric. "From a Stone". Far Orbit: Speculative Space Adventures. Edited by Bascomb James, World Weaver Press. 2014.
Choi, Eric. "She Just Looks That Way". Carbide Tipped Pens. Edited by Ben Bova and Eric Choi, Tor. 2014.
Choi, Eric. "Túshūguăn". Ricepaper. Fall 2014.
Darrach, Shay. "Come Away to the Water". Fierce Family. Edited by Bart Leib, Crossed Genres Publications. January 2014
Hoffmann, Ada. "How My Best Friend Rania Crashed a Party and Saved the World". The Journal of Unlikely Cryptography. February 2014.
Janz, Kristin. "It Is Beautiful Here". Crowded Magazine. July 2014.
Juby, Michael. . "Timothy's Offensive Life". Perihelion Science Fiction. August 2014.
Schofield, Holly. "Slippery Slope". Crossed Genres. Sep 2014.
Schofield, Holly."Standard Deviant". Lightspeed Magazine. June 2014.
Schofield, Holly."Old People Rules". Cast of Wonders. May 2014.
Schofield, Holly."Trash Talk". The Future Embodied. April 2014.
Schofield, Holly."Hard Passage". Perihelion. April, 2014.

Poetry and Song Lyrics
(In the Aurora, this category includes poems or songs first published or performed in the calendar year in question)
 
Clink, David. Death Smile. Pulp Literature, Spring 2014, issue no. 2, pg. 120.
Clink, David. Early Man. Analog – Oct 2014, v. CXXXIV, no.10, pg. 43.
Clink, David. The Lady in White. Pulp Literature, Spring 2014, issue no. 2, pg. 119.
Clink, David. The Machine. Tesseracts 18: Wrestling With Gods. edited by Liana Kerzner & Jerome Stueart. EDGE Science Fiction & Fantasy Publishing. Kindle E-book Exclusive (Nov. 27, 2014).
*Clink, David. The Perfect Library. If the World were to Stop Spinning (Chapbook published by Piquant Press, November 20, 2014). ISBN 978-1-927396-09-4. Pages: 21 – 23.
Clink, David. Short Forms. Asimov’s Science Fiction – September 2014, v. 38,no. 9. (whole number 464), pg. 77.
Clink, David. Tin Man. I Found It at the Movies: An Anthology of Film Poems (Anthology published by Guernica Editions). Edited by Ruth Roach Pierson. ISBN: 978-1-55071-897-3. pps 46-47.
Clink, David. You, the Dark Wood. The Antigonish Review – Summer 2014, no. 178, pg. 92.
Hoffmann, Ada. Memo From Neverland. Kaleidotrope. January 2014.
Hoffmann, Ada. Turning to Stone. Stone Telling. February 2014.
Hoffmann, Ada. The Mermaid at Sea World. Niteblade. March 2014.
Hoffmann, Ada. The Parable of the Supervillain. Apex. March 2014.
Hoffmann, Ada. Goblin Love Song. The Literary Hatchet. May 2014.
Hoffmann, Ada. Evianna Talirr Builds a Portal on Commission. HWA Poetry Showcase. January 2014.
Hoffmann, Ada. The Self-Rescuing Princess. Lakeside Circus. August 2014.
Hoffmann, Ada. Self-Portrait as Bilbo Baggins. Liminality. September 2014.
Hoffmann, Ada. Abominable Snowman. Niteblade. December 2014.
Hoffmann, Ada. The Pyromancer. Goblin Fruit. December 2014.

 

 

Other Works (Including Single-Author Collections and Anthologies)
(The Aurora Awards category "Best Related Work" is defined as "Best Science Fiction or Fantasy literary criticism, book review, critical editions, screenplay, anthology, CD or a single-author collection released as a book." The Hugos have a category for "Best Related Book," defined as "Any work whose subject is related to the field of science fiction, fantasy, or fandom, appearing for the first time in book form during the year in question, and which is either non-fiction or, if fictional, is noteworthy primarily for aspects other than the fictional text.")

Bova, Ben and Choi, Eric. Carbide Tipped Pens: Seventeen Tales of Hard Science Fiction.Tor, ISBN 9780765334305, 2014.

Burgess, Shannon One's Aspect to the Sun- Audio Book Narrator (Tyche Books) January 2014

Burgess, Shannon Steam & Stratagem- Audio Book Narrator (Tyche Books) February 2014

Kovacs, Christopher S and MacDonald, Susan M.  A fourth survey of medical myths and errors in genre fiction. The New York Review of Science Fiction #311, July 2014; p 1, 10-19.

Kovacs, Christopher S. The raw emotion behind “A Rose for Ecclesiastes.”  The New York Review of Science Fiction #313, September 2014; p 17-22.

MacWhirter, Kristal Blightcross - Audio Book Narrator (Tyche Books) March 2014

Squire, Harold Heritage - Audio book Narrator (Tyche Books) August 2014

 
Artistic Achievement

(The Aurora definition of the Artistic Achievement category: For a work or body of work produced by a Canadian artist within the calendar year in question.)
Beveridge, James Cover - Tantamount (Tyche Books) February 2014
 
Fan Publication
(Fanzine or fan newsletter, blog or publication either in print or by electronic means, whose content significantly relates to science fiction and fantasy, published by a Canadian at least once during the year)

Fan Filk
(Activities by a Canadian filker in areas such as album, song-writing, performance or sound engineering. Filk is fan music based on science fiction or fantasy)
 
Fan Organizational
(Contributions to Canadian Science Fiction or Fantasy clubs, conventions or other organized activities.)
 
Fan Other
(Activity in the area of Science Fiction or Fantasy not encompassed by the previous three categories in areas such as:  presentations, performances, APAS or fan-writing)

Potential John W. Campbell Award Nominees
(presented at the World Science Fiction Convention; for writers whose first professional publications were in the preceding two years.)