Every year, John Scalzi posts a blog entry inviting authors who have published work in the preceding year that's eligible for nominations for the field's awards to announce and/or link to the work in question. As he says:
So if you're a science fiction and fantasy author, editor, or artist: Tell us what works of yours (or if you in yourself) are eligible for award consideration this year. The site gets up to 50,000 visitors a day, many of whom nominate for Hugos/Nebulas/Other genre awards, so it's a decent way to get the word out.This site doesn't get 50,000 visitors a day; more like 19,000 (peaking at 62,000 on a really good day, which this isn't). But if you want to tell everyone what you've published in 2013, feel free to do so here as well! I'm pretty sure our readerships form only partially overlapping sets ...
I am now going to plagiarize (with edits) John's eminently sensible rules for this kind of thread:
1. This thread is only for authors/artists/editors to promote their own works. If you're not an author/artist/editor promoting your own work, don't post on the thread. Any comment not by an author/artist/editor promoting his/her own work will be removed. This is to keep the thread useful both to creators and to folks thinking about nominations.Let the self promotion begin. (I'll go first.)
2. Also, to be clear, this thread is for works of or relating to science fiction and fantasy, including Young Adult and fandom-related work. If you're not sure your particular work is eligible for awards this year, please check.
3. Authors/Artists/Editors: Feel free to list/link to your eligible works in the comments, or link to a blog post outlining your eligible works.
4. If you list your work, please mention the category you expect it to be eligible in, to help folks with their nomination choices. My assumption is that generally speaking you'll use the Hugo and Nebula categories, but if another award has a category outside those, feel free to list it too (for example, anthologies). Note to short fiction writers: This will be especially important for you to do this because people may not know whether to file your work into the short story, novelette or novella categories.
5. If you want to include links to your works, please feel free, but be aware that posts with many links may be delayed in moderation. Don't worry, I'll let them through in due course: but please make sure that before you post, you check all your links and formatting.
6. One post per creator/editor, please.