09/06/2004. Contributed by Jessica Martin
The year's best books in alternate history are lined up.
The judges for the Sidewise Awards for Alternate History have just announced the finalists for the 2003 awards. Winners will be announced at Noreascon 4, the 62nd World Science Fiction Convention, in Boston, the US of A, on the weekend of September 4th-5th, 2004.
Finalists for Best Short-Form Alternate History
Ricard De la Casa and Pedro Jorge Romero. "The Day We Went Through the Transition"
Originally "El día que hicimos la Transitión"
Translated from the Spanish by Yolanda Molina-Gavilán
In Cosmos Latinos (eds. Andrea L. Bell and Yolanda Molina-Gavilán), Wesleyan University Press
Geoffrey Landis. "The Eyes of America"
Posted on-line at SciFiction May 7
Robert L. O'Connell. "The Cuban Missile Crisis: Second Holocaust"
In What Ifs? of American History (ed. Robert Cowley), Putnam's
Chris Roberson. "O One"
In Live Without a Net (ed. Lou Anders), New American Library
Robert Silverberg. "The Reign of Terror"
In Asimov's Science Fiction, April, and in Roma Eterna , HarperCollins/Eos
Finalists for Best Long-Form Alternate History
Murray Davies. Collaborator
Mitchell Freedman. Disturbance of Fate
Seven Locks Press
Larry Kirwan. Liverpool Fantasy
Thunder's Mouth Press
S.M. Stirling. Conquistador
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