Lifelines and Apollo's Lyre nominated for P&E Awards
(Updated with corrected links)
Critters / Critique.org hosts the annual Preditors & Editors™ Readers’ Poll which honors print & electronic publications published during 2011. (Click here for the official rules.)
DEADLINE FOR VOTING IS JAN. 10, 2012.
Lifelines, our Poetic Muselings anthology, is nominated in several categories. Also, Apollo’s Lyre is nominated in three categories, including Best Poetry ezine — as editor of the poetry column, I’m especially excited. Links and details are below.
To vote in this poll, you must fill in your name and email and the scrambled letters in a “captcha” box — this way they can decide that a real person is voting. You will receive an email with a confirming link to follow, which validates your vote.
Nominees are listed alphabetically in each category, so you can find your favorites that way. We would appreciate your support and your vote for us in the following categories:
Anthology — (Lifelines)
Book cover, Lifelines, Lin Neiswender
Poets, Poetic Muselings
Poetry ezine — Apollo’s Lyre
There are many other categories being honored. Please check them out including:
Other Apollo’s Lyre nominations are Fiction ezine and ezine editor Jim Harrington http://critters.org/predpoll/fictionzine.shtml, http://critters.org/predpoll/zineeditor.shtml
ThePoetic Muselings grew out of the Muse Online Writers Conference, which is nominated under best writers workshops. Learn more about this outstanding conference by following the link with the poll:
And we have publishers to vote for, too. InkSpotter, our publisher, is on the list, as is MuseItUp, connected to the Muse Conference:
We thank you for your consideration of us on this poll, and would be happy to hear your comments.
Coming on Friday — the long-awaited results of our contest. Very difficult challenge, but we are ready to post it. Again, our deepest thanks to all of out participants.
Fantastic! I’ve voted for everything, and will retweet this post. Good luck!
Thank you, Maggie! Appreciate the vote of confidence 🙂