Dec 11
2015

Jay Lake’s Last Plane to Heaven wins Endeavour Award

lake-lastplanetoheavenCongratulations to Jay Lake, whose Last Plane to Heaven: The Final Collection has won the 2015 Endeavour Award, presented at this year’s Orycon in Portland, OR.

Jul 27
2015

Jay Lake nominated for three Endeavour Awards

lake-lastplanetoheavenCongratulations to Jay Lake, who has scored a triple nomination for this year’s Endeavour Award!

Last Plane to Heaven by Jay Lake (Tor Books)
Metatropolis by Jay Lake and Ken Scholes (WordFire Press)
Our Lady of the Islands by Shannon Page and Jay Lake (Per Aspera Press)

The 2015 Award will be the sixteenth year for the Endeavour. The winner will be announced November 20, 2015, at OryCon, Oregon’s major science fiction convention.

Jul 2
2015

Jay Lake’s Last Plane to Heaven wins Locus Award

lake-lastplanetoheavenCongratulations to Jay Lake, whose Last Plane to Heaven: The Final Collection has won the 2015 Locus Award for Best Collection! His daughter accepted the award on his behalf at the awards ceremony on June 27th in Seattle.

May 6
2015

Jay Lake and Elizabeth Bear are 2015 Locus Award finalists!

Congratulations to Jay Lake and Elizabeth Bear on being included among the 2015 Locus Award finalists!

FANTASY NOVEL
Steles of the Sky, Elizabeth Bear (Tor)

NOVELETTE
“The Hand Is Quicker,” Elizabeth Bear (The Book of Silverberg)

SHORT STORY
“Covenant,” Elizabeth Bear (Hieroglyph)

COLLECTION
Last Plane to Heaven, Jay Lake (Tor)

Mar 23
2015

AudioFile on the audio version of The Last Plane to Heaven by Jay Lake

lake-lastplanetoheavenThe audio edition of Last Plane to Heaven: The Final Collection by Jay Lake has received an Earphones Award (and a great review) from AudioFile Magazine.

“Fans of sci-fi writer Jay Lake will feast on this diverse selection of stories performed by an acclaimed group of narrators. Whether one likes aliens, marvels at how Katherine Kellgren can transform any work into a masterpiece, appreciates angels, or can’t wait for an opportunity to listen to Kellgren’s colleagues, Robin Miles, Victor Bevine, and Jay Snyder, this production thoroughly satisfying. Lake’s talents, on display in this posthumous work, benefit from the divergent styles and panache of the narrators. Kellgren’s delivery is flawless, while Miles’s is understated. Snyder’s and Bevine’s deliveries and intensity are equally impressive. This audiobook is a delight not only for Lake’s enthusiasts but also for anyone who appreciates the genre.” — AudioFile Magazine

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