The Awards Coordinator first posts the results to Shortmystery. Then the public announcement appears here.
For each category below, we show the winner first, then the alphabetized finalists:
Best Flash (Up to 1,000 words)
- "Luck is What You Make" by Stephen D. Rogers (Crime Factory, May 2013) (Stephen's acceptance video)
- "Final Statement" by Robert Bailey (The Flash Fiction Offensive, July 18, 2013)
- "Not My Day" by Stephen Buehler (Last Exit to Murder, Down & Out Books, June 2013)
- "The Needle and the Spoon" by Allan Leverone (Shotgun Honey, November 15, 2013)
- "Terry Tenderloin and the Pig Thief" by John Weagly (Shotgun Honey, June 21, 2013)
Best Short Story (1,001–4,000 words)
- "The Present" by Robert Lopresti (The Strand Magazine, February-May 2013) (Rob's acceptance video)
- "Pretty Little Things" by Chris F. Holm (Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, July 2013)
- "The Sweetheart Scamster" by Rosemary McCracken (Thirteen by the Mesdames of Mayhem, August 2013)
- "The Little Outlaw" by Mike Miner (Plan B Magazine, August 9, 2013)
- "The Cemetery Man" by Bill Pronzini (Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, July 2013)
Best Long Story (4,001–8,000 words)
- "Give Me a Dollar" by Ray Daniel (Best New England Crime Stories 2014: Stone Cold, Level Best Books, September 2013) (Ray's acceptance video)
- "Myrna!" by John Bubar (Best New England Crime Stories 2014: Stone Cold, Level Best Books, September 2013)
- "Bloody Signorina" by Joseph D'Agnese (Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, September 2013)
- "Dance Man" by Andrew Jetarski (Last Exit to Murder, Down & Out Books, June 2013)
- "A Dangerous Life" by Adam Purple (Best New England Crime Stories 2014: Stone Cold, Level Best Books, September 2013)
Best Novelette (8,001–20,000 words)
- "The Goddaughter's Revenge" by Melodie Campbell (Orca Rapid Reads, October 2013)
- "The Serpent Beneath the Flower" by Jack Bates (Mind Wings Audio, April 2013)
- "For Love's Sake" by O'Neil De Noux (Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, July/August 2013)
- "The Antiquary's Wife" by William Burton McCormick (Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, March 2013)
- "Last Night in Cannes" by James L. Ross (Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, November 2013)
And a committee of the SMFS Officers, Awards Coordinator, and two members-at-large awarded the Edward D. Hoch Memorial Golden Derringer (Lifetime Achievement) to:
- Ed Gorman (Gorman's acceptance remarks)
Recipients may obtain award certificates by emailing SMFS Vice President Gerald So (G_SO at YAHOO dot COM). Recipients will be publicly recognized at the opening ceremonies of Bouchercon 2014, Thursday, November 13, in Long Beach, CA.
Congratulations to the nominees and winners!
Congratulations Ray Daniel - I loved that story! Looking forward to your 1st Tucker novel coming out in August!
Congrats to ALL!
Congratulations to the winners and the nominees, too ~ a terrific honor!
Congrats to all and a special congratulations to Ed Gorman, one of my all time favorites! So delighted that he won the Hoch Lifetime Achievement Award. A well deserved honor.
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