Yes it is that time of year for the annual Subjective Chaos Kind of Awards for 2020.
As anyone who has been following along for the last few years these awards are put together by a series of bloggers to celebrate their favourite science fiction and fantasy of the prior year and have chaotic fun.
For this year we have two changes:
Firstly we have added a new category. We will now be awarding for our favourite short fiction, classified as any work published of less than 17,500 words.
Secondly, we have expanded our judging panel so allow us to introduce the other members of the judging panel:
KJ aka @crusaderofchaos is a South African book blogger specialising in all things speculative fiction with a particular love for science fiction. He can be found plodding away at the keyboard trying to make words make sense whenever inspiration, work and power blackouts allows. Occasionally he even posts the reviews at www.worldsinink.blogspot.com
Matt aka Womble aka @Runalongwomble is a book tempter ahem blogger at Runalongtheshelves.net and is the sweet voice on your shoulder telling you that it’s ok to get a new book. Can also be found on Twitter for additional book tempting.
C aka @TheMiddleshelf1 fell into sci-fi and fantasy at 13 and has been hopelessly addicted since. The creation of web provided the means to talk and share about that with actual people when it appeared so C can be found nowadays at www.themiddleshelf.org
Adri aka @AdriJjy is a semi-aquatic mammal currently living in the UK, where she divides her spare time between reading, interacting with dogs and making resolutions about doing more baking. She is a co-editor at 3x Hugo nominated fanzine Nerds of a Feather, Flock Together.
Jane aka @pipsytip is a book blogger and podcaster at www.dumpylittleunicorn.co.uk who has found herself living in the depths of South East London. She loves science fiction and fantasy and blurred genres in between.
Imyril aka @imyril has been reading for almost as long as she’s been walking (with fewer obvious bruises). She shares her FEELINGS and other opinions about fantasy, sci-fi and speculative fiction at There’s Always Room For One More.
As usual we will try to blog our thoughts about the nominees (and probably fail miserably at keeping up).
Come back soon for the nominees!