Friday, July 13, 2012

Did anyone in the OSR submit to the ENnies for nomination?

Just wondering if the lack of nominations was due to lack of submissions.

6 comments:

  1. I had my publisher submit Ghosts of Ablion since it came out in print. But I have to tell you the products that are nominated are all top notch. It would be really hard to do better than some of those.

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  2. it also costs to submit - either in hard copies of the product and i think there is a fee to submit PDFs.

    most of the OSR is pretty small publishers

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  3. Of course you can see I submitted the DungeonMorph products... which apply to all games, but they were hopefully somewhat OSR-related.

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  4. The OSR gets snubbed at the ENnies. Big fucking surprise.

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  5. OSR publishers really need to be submitting products to the NTRPG Con's Three Castles Award. The award is OSR-centric and the winners the first two years were The Dungeon Alphabet by Michael Curtis and Stars W/O Number by Kevin Crawford. Best part for smaller publishers is you only initially have to submit three physical copies of your work to the steering committee; you only submit more upon acceptance to the awards shortlist (up to five nominees may make the shortlist). We realize we aren't the Ennies by any means but it's nice to have smaller publishers recognized for awards like this.

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  6. Raggi submitted Carcosa and Isle of the Unknown.

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