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For Your Consideration Nommos 2020

It’s nomination time for the 2020 Nommo Awards.  

This page provides you with links to works that you might find difficult to get hold of. As an ASFS member you can read online (but not download) valuable works for your consideration.  This page will be updated as new works are added.

To gain access to these works, you’ll need to fill in the Reader Request form and submit it to online



WORKS FOR ACCESS:

NOVELS:

Ray Anyasi's epic fantasy, 'Sorrows of Udi (Vol. 1)' was published in September 2018  (see attached below – fill in the Reader Request form  form for password access).

Toby Bennet's 'The Music Box' published in 2019 (see attached below – fill in the Reader Request form  form for password access).

NOVELLAS:

Caldon Mull has the following two novellas available (see attached below):
'Terraform Triptych' – first published in May 2019.  
'Weatherman' – first published in September 2019.

SHORT STORIES:

Tiah Marie Beautement has two short stories available: 'Equus Caballus' (published by Newmyths.com) and 'The Erasing' attached below (no password required).

Caldon Mull has the following three short stories, 'Portmanteau', 'Jamais Vu', and 'Dancers', first published in May 2019 in the collection Talus, attached below (no password required). Plus, available to read online,  'Refugia', published in October 2019 in Omenana 14.



Access links are below, but where security is applicable, will not work unless you submit the Reader Request form 

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