by MichaelThomas on Jan 4, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments
Apex Magazine published the following works in 2012 that are eligible for the Hugo and Nebula Awards.
Short Story category:
Hugo Award only:
Apex Magazine for Best Semiprozine
Lynne M. Thomas for Best Editor, Short Form
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