Bards and Sages Reader’s Choice Awards

Bards and Sages Quarterly has opened voting for their annual Reader’s Choice awards, choosing a reader favorite from each issue. Bards and Sages publishes high-quality short speculative fiction stories.

My story, “The Stories on their Faces”, is one of 20 stories eligible for the April 2018 issue. If you’ve read the stories, please consider casting a vote! One ballot per person, which means you’ll have to be signed in to a Google account to vote. (Bards and Sages is not collecting any info except for assuring that there is only one vote per login.)

You can also vote for stories in the other 2018 issues. Here’s a link to the Amazon page for the Kindle edition.

 

“The Stories on their Faces”

 

 

My short story, “The Stories on their Faces”, has been published in the April 2018 issue of Bards and Sages Quarterly.

In this story Malla, an older woman who is leader of her people, tries to save them by breaking one of their oldest customs — a tradition that is an integral part of who her people are. The story is about her leadership, and the consequences she must face as she tries to protect them from a frightening future.

Here is a link to Bards and Sages Quarterly on Amazon.