2012 Spinetingler Award: Best Short Story on the Web – NOMINEES

March 30, 2012

Spinetingler would like to congratulate all of the nominees.

The polls will open tomorrow at 6am EST. are open now, go here to vote.

After the jump you will find the nominees.

Abriani’s Six” by Atul Sabharwal from Tehelka
The Cloud Factory” by Court Merrigan from PANK Magazine
Disney Noir” by Peter Farris from Shotgun Honey
Either Way it Ends with a Shovel” by David James Keaton from Crimefactory (link is to a pdf of the full issue)
Hoodwinked” by Nigel Bird from All Due Respect
The Other Man” by Hilary Davidson from Beat to a Pulp
Road Kill” by William Dylan Powell from Flash Fiction Offensive
Silas’ Good Run” by Matthew C Funk from Beat to a Pulp
Silent Game” by Stephen Graham Jones from Plots with Guns
Vorovsky Mir” by M James Blood from Plots With Guns

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Brian Lindenmuth

Brian is the non-fiction editor of Spinetingler magazine and one of the fiction editors of Snubnose Press. In addition to Spinetingler his work has appeared in Crimespree magazine and at BSC Review, Galleycat and the Mulholland Books website. He also heads the Spinetingler Award committee.

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7 Responses to 2012 Spinetingler Award: Best Short Story on the Web – NOMINEES

  1. Benoit Lelievre on March 30, 2012 at 12:21 pm

    Great Great list. Hotly contested category.

  2. Elizabeth on March 30, 2012 at 1:49 pm

    This one’s gonna get bloody.

  3. nigel on March 30, 2012 at 2:53 pm

    Brilliant list. Honoured

  4. Atul on March 30, 2012 at 3:14 pm

    Best wishes to all nominees. Honoured!

  5. Patti Abbott on March 30, 2012 at 4:45 pm

    Best to all.

  6. david james keaton on March 30, 2012 at 6:47 pm

    Such an honor to be in this group with these pros. Killer list of stories, too. Heading off to read the ones I missed first time around..

  7. William Dylan Powell on March 31, 2012 at 10:48 am

    So many great stories! I’m keepin’ classy company for a change. Like my old Cajun grandmother said: “Even a blind hog finds an acorn every once in a while.”