December 31st, 2012

Moth

Award Eligible Work for 2012

As the year comes to a close, folks' minds often turn to goals and resolutions for the year to come. And those in the writing and publishing world often find their minds turning to award nomination season. That being the case, we've prepared a handy list of the award-eligible work published by the Journal of Unlikely Entomology in 2012. Thank you for joining us for a wonderful year of fiction in 2012. We can't wait to share a whole new swarm of buggy stories with you in 2013!

Green They Were, And Golden-Eyed by E. Catherine Tobler (February 2012, Short Story)

Love Letters by Donald Jacob Uitvlugt (February 2012, Short Story)

Goodbye Beetle by D.K. Mok (February 2012, Short Story)

My Day Came by Conor Powers-Smith (May 2012, Short Story)

War Beetles by J. M. McDermott (May 2012, Short Story)

The Performance by Silvia Moreno-Garcia (May 2012, Short Story)

The Familiar Buzz of Gone by Cate Gardner (May 2012, Short Story)

Dragonfly Miscalculations by Steven L. Peck (May 2012, Short Story)

Skitterings in Corners by Juliet Kemp (May 2012, Short Story)

Let the Bugs Work Themselves Out by Luna Lindsey (August 2012, Short Story)

Nikki 2.3 by Brent Knowles (August 2012, Short Story)

The Clockworm by Karen Heuler (August 2012, Short Story)

The Famous Fabre Fly Caper by M. Bennardo (November 2012, Short Story)

The Candy Aisle by Joanne Merriam (November 2012, Short Story)

In Your Own Backyard by Michael D. Winkle (November 2012, Short Story)

Invasives by Sunny Moraine (November 2012, Short Story)