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Current Awards and Nominees

Best Novelette: Doug Allyn won for "The Snow Angel" (1/14)

Robert L. Fish Memorial Award:
Zoë Z. Dean won for "Getaway Girl" (11/14)

Art Taylor nominated for "The Odds Are Against Us" (11/14)


Richard Helms nominated for "Busting Red Heads" (3-4/14)
Brian Tobin nominated for "Teddy" (5/14)

Doug Allyn nominated for "The Snow Angel" (1/14)

Robert L. Fish Memorial Award: 
Zoë Z. Dean won for "Getaway Girl" (11/14)

Richard Helms nominated for "Busting Red Heads" (3-4/14)
Stephen Ross nominated for "Pussycat, Pussycat" (9-10/14)
Tim L. Williams nominated for "The Last Wrestling Bear in West Kentucky" (9-10/14)

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Interview Series

Ann Cleeves
Ann Cleeves, author of many popular novels, which have inspired two TV series, has been writing short stories for 
EQMM since 1994 (including the 1995 story "The Harmless Pursuits of Archibald Stamp," which she read for EQMM's podcast series: you can listen here). "The Plater," which appeared in the June 2003 issue of EQMM, won the British Crime Writer's Association's Gold Dagger. Setting and atmosphere are important to all of her tales, and in this interview with NPR as part of their "Crime in the City" series, Ann Cleeves talks about the Shetland Islands.

Marcia Muller
2005 MWA Grand Master Marcia Muller's popular Sharon McCone series of novels began in 1977. EQMM has published a handful of stories featuring the San Francisco P.I., the first being "The Holes in the System" (11/05), and most the most recent being "Telegraphing" (6/09). Marcia Muller's last appearance in EQMM  was with a story in the Carpenter/Quincannon series, coauthored by her husband Bill Pronzini. That series, also set in San Francisco, includes "The Chatelaine Bag" (6/11), which was read for our podcast series by both authors. Marcia Muller talked with NPR about the city of McCone and many of her other characters here.

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