We Won a Fing!
Tyche Books won the Douglas Barbour Award for Speculative Fiction.
And the book they won it for was Water: Selkies, Sirens and Sea Monsters!
Which contains my short story There’s Something in the Water.
Water is the most yielding of all elements, changing to fit its container, whether that be a thimble or a lake bed. At the same time, anyone who has ever watched the unrelenting progression of a tsunami understands its raw power. Associated with mutability, transformation, and the subconscious, water is both the tranquil azure of a tropical sea and the tumultuous waves and whitecaps of an embroiled ocean. As many faces as water may wear, the creatures within and associated with it have even more.
Featuring: Catherine MacLeod; Kevin Cockle; Greta Starling; Elise Forier Edie; Kate Shannon; Sara Rauch; Katie Marie; Rebecca Brae; Colleen Anderson; L. T. Waterson; Chadwick Ginther; Julia Heller; Marshall J. Moore; Joel McKay; Elizabeth R. McClellan; Eric M. Borsage; Laura VanArendonk Baugh; Josh Reynolds; Liam Hogan; Mari Ness; Davide Mana; Sarah Van Goethem; Valerie Hunter; and Kelly Sandoval.
6 thoughts on “Water Sirens Selkies and Sea Monsters just Won the Douglas Barbour Award for Speculative Fiction”
Thank you 😁
Awesome, Katie Marie! I own it and love all three (sirens, selkies and sea monsters) but haven’t read it yet?
Its got alot of great stories in.
I would have bet a zillion dollars it was gonna be great.