…because every season in the SFF world is Awards Season.
I have two works published in 2014 eligible for the Hugo Award, the Nebula Award and the Aurora Award (being a Canadian author and all) under the short story category:
A somewhat creepy but very empowering fantasy…The prose is intoxicating, easy to get lost in, and the story moves smoothly, with only a small amount of grit.
In a mere 2,800 words, Wojcik traces a classically satisfying coming-of-age story, delivers some gut-punches to the quest-to-prove-your-love narrative, and invents a Baba Yaga who is both chilling and loving.
I have yet to see this reviewed anywhere. Such is life.