We’re so happy to announce that Minor Mage by T. Kingfisher (Ursula Vernon) has been nominated for the 2020 Lodestar Award for Best Young Adult Book.
The Lodestar Award was established in 2017 and formally named in 2018 to honor the best young adult book, as voted on by members of Worldcon and is presented alongside the annual Hugo Awards. To vote on this year’s awards, you must be a member of this year’s Worldcon or last year’s. You can find out more about the awards and how to be a member here.
This is Ursula’s second Lodestar nomination. Her first being for Summer in Orcus in 2018.
Here’s a review of Bryony and Roses I recently found. Thanks for the review, Dina!
Ursula Vernon aka T. Kingfisher has worked her way into my readerly heart really fast with no intention of leaving again. No matter what story of hers I pick up, they all give me some hours of enjoyment and when I finish them, I am wrapped in a blanket of happiness. Kingfisher’s fairy tale retellings […]
via Refreshingly charming: T. Kingfisher – Bryony and Roses — SFF Book Reviews
I met Author Tim Susman at WorldCon in San Jose. I think you’ll agree he is an interesting author with a good story to tell. Please welcome him to No Wasted Ink. Hi! I’m Tim Susman, a gay male American writer (he/him) currently living in the San Francisco Bay Area with my two partners and […]
via Author Interview: Tim Susman — No Wasted Ink