Thursday, June 2, 2011

WESTERN FICTIONEERS' 2010 PEACEMAKER AWARDS

I was surprised, pleased, and very honored to receive the following news in my e-mail yesterday morning. My thanks to the good folks at Western Fictioneers and my sincere congratulations to the other fine writers who were also recognized this year.
I am just getting my boot in the stirrup as far as writing in the Western genre and this sure makes me feel like I have started on a good trail.

ANNOUNCEMENT FROM WESTERN FICTIONEERS (6/1/11):
There will be no awards ceremony in North Dakota as previously announced.  Instead, the winners and finalists for the 2010 Peacemaker are listed below:
Best Short Story
WINNER:
Wayne Dundee, “This Old Star” from the anthology Bad Cop…No Donut (Padwolf Publishing)
FINALISTS:
Carol Crigger, “Left Behind” from the anthology Roundup! Great Stories of the West (La Frontera Publishing
C. Courtney Joyner , “Two-Bit Kill” from the anthology Law of the Gun (Kensington)
Matthew P. Mayo, “Scourge of Spoils” from the anthology Steampunk’d (DAW Books, Inc.)
Pete Peterson, “Catch a Killer by the Toe” published by Untreed Reads

Best Novel
WINNER:
Lyle Brandt (winner), Manhunt (Berkley)
FINALISTS:
Lyle Brandt, Avenging Angels (Berkley)
D.H. Eraldi, Settler’s Chase (Berkley)
Dusty Richards, Wulf’s Tracks (Berkley)
Kit Prate, Long Ride to Limbo -- Western Trail Blazer (an imprint of
Publishing by Rebecca J. Vickery)
S. Craig Zahler, Congregation of Jackals (Dorchester Publishing)

Congratulations to all of the winners and finalists. Awards will be mailed to the recipients.

Western Fictioneers (WF) was formed in 2010 by Robert J. Randisi, James Reasoner, Frank Roderus, and other professional Western writers, to preserve, honor, and promote traditional Western writing in the 21st century.  Entries were accepted in both print and electronic forms from all over the world.  The Peacemaker Awards will be given out annually.  Submissions for the 2011 awards will be open in July, 2011. Submission guidelines will be posted on the WF web site.  For more information about Western Fictioneers (WF) please visit: http://www.westernfictioneers.com/ or http://westernfictioneers.blogspot.com/

1 comment:

WRITING FOR THE BRAND said...

Wayne, congrats on the award. It's a terrific story!

Pete B.