Voting Opens for Year’s Best Military and Adventure SF Readers’ Choice Award

Baen Books has released The Year’s Best Military and Adventure SF, Vol. 4, edited by David Afsharirad, and started taking votes for the fourth annual Year’s Best Military and Adventure Science Fiction Readers’ Choice Award. The public will pick one of the 15 short stories in the anthology as the award-winner:

  • “The Secret Life of Bots” by Suzanne Palmer
  • “The Snatchers” by Edward McDermott
  • “Imperium Imposter” by Jody Lynn Nye
  • “A Thousand Deaths through Flesh and Stone” by Brian Trent
  • “Hope Springs” by Lindsay Buroker
  • “Orphans of Aries” by Brad R. Torgersen
  • “By the Red Giant’s Light” by Larry Niven
  • “Family over Blood” by Kacey Ezell
  • “A Man They Didn’t Know” by David Hardy
  • “Swarm” by Sean Patrick Hazlett
  • “A Hamal in Hollywood” by Martin L. Shoemaker
  • “Lovers” by Tony Daniel
  • “The Ghost Ship Anastasia” by Rich Larson
  • “You Can Always Change the Past” by George Nikiloloulos
  • “Our Sacred Honor” by David Weber

Registration with Baen Ebooks is required to vote. Alternatively, people may send a postcard or letter with the name of their favorite story from this volume and its author to Baen Books Year’s Best Award, P.O. Box 1188, Wake Forest, NC 27587. Voting closes August 15, 2018.

The winning story will be announced at Dragon Con in Atlanta, held over Labor Day Weekend 2018, and at The author will receive an inscribed plaque and a $500 prize.

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One thought on “Voting Opens for Year’s Best Military and Adventure SF Readers’ Choice Award

  1. Although the book was just published June 5, apparently they’ve been taking votes since the eARC went on sale in March. Still, I will say once again, it’s always news to somebody….

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