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Emma Newman bags the BFA Short Story Award!

We’re crazy happy for Emma Newman, who yesterday won the British Fantasy Award for Best Short Story, for her story “A Woman’s Place.”

Two Hundred and Twenty-One Baker Streets, edited by David Thomas Moore. To celebrate the win, for a short time only, you can buy the anthology in ebook form from Kindle for only 99p! (US|UK)

And a massive congratulations of course for all the other winners, runners-up and nominees. It was an incredible show of talent and passion for – and dedication to – the genre all round…

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Emma Newman nominated for British Fantasy Award

There’s not much in this world – or any other for that matter – that can inject good feelings into our shrivelled black heart.

However, when the nominations for the 2015 British Fantasy Awards were announced, we’ll admit to feeling something akin to happiness. In fact, we were actively delighted, for Emma Newman’s “A Woman’s Place”, as seen in Two Hundred And Twenty One Baker Streets, has been nominated in the Best Short Story category.

Joy! So much so that our very own David Moore, who edited this peach of an alternate Sherlcok anthology, danced a merry jig straight out of the door in celebration, and hasn’t been seen since.

Congratulations Emma on a well deserved nomination. And good luck David, wherever you may be…

Two Hunded And Twenty One Baker Streets is out now
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