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Preditors and Editors Reader's Poll Awards
Review by Steve Sawicki
Preditors & Editors Event  ISBN/ITEM#: 0501PAEA
Date: Jan 12-31, 2005 / Show Official Info /

Voting Pages

Visit each page to vote in that category

Print/Electronic Novels pages:
Horror Novels
Romance Novels
Science Fiction & Fantasy Novels
All other Novels

Short Stories pages:
Horror Short Stories
Romance Short Stories
Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Stories
All other Short Stories

Poems page
Nonfiction articles page

Artwork page
Book/e-book Cover Artwork page
Magazine/e-zine Cover Artwork page

Authors page
Poets page
Artists page

Book/e-book Editors page
Magazine/e-zine Editors page
Print/Electronic Book Publishers p age

Fiction Magazine/e-zines page
Poetry Magazine/e-zines page
Nonfiction Magazine/e-zines page

Writers' Discussion Forum page
Writers' Workshop page
Writers' Resource/Information/News Source page

Reader's Poll Page / Rules for the P&E Readers Awards

Each year for the past seven years, Preditors and Editors, a guide to publishers and writing services for serious writers has sponsored the Preditors and Editors Readers Poll. The Readers Poll is a month long nominating and voting process where readers can both nominate and vote for their favorites in over 25 categories. The awards are part of Preditors and Editors efforts to promote writers and are viewed as an effort that "helps all publishers and writers on the Internet to thrive in what is still viewed as a highly experimental and strongly competitive environment."

The rules for voting are fairly simple: Voting commences on January 1st and runs through January 31st. Anyone can vote. Anyone can nominate a new entry in any category simply by voting for the new entry. You can only vote once. Anything that fits one of this year's categories that was published on the Internet in the previous year by any electronic publisher with an open submissions policy is eligible for nomination. Readers Poll Awards winners are announced in February.

Some of the SFRevu related nominees we saw on the list include:
SFRevu (Ernest Lilley Ed.)
Steve Sawicki (damnaliens column)
Steve Sawicki
Nth Degree (Mike Pederson Ed.)

(Thanks for your consideration and support. - Ern)

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