Amazing Stories Free Fiction Reader’s Choice Award – 2nd Quarter, 2023

Once again we survey Amazing Stories’ dedicated readers to determine this quarter’s READER’S CHOICE AWARD.

Winners of the Quarterly Reader’s Poll receive a handsome golden lapel pin, suitable for affixing to lapels, blouses, hats or pinning to a wall.

Runner’s Up (2nd & 3rd places) receive an equally handsome Amazing Stories lapel pin, featuring the magazine’s logo. This too can be affixed to wherever the recipient desires affixing!

Below, stories listed alphabetically by author, so that you can make sure to read them all or to help make that difficult choice to select only one story out of over a dozen great ones!

(Note that the presentation of the entries in our poll are randomized and those participating in the poll will not see them listed in this order.)

The poll form itself can be found at the bottom of the page. You must be logged in to vote, and you only get one vote, so please make your choice thoughtfully and carefully!

The Bother With Bowbles – Jack McKenzie
Though Worlds Divide Us – Christopher L. Bennett
The Age of Existential Machines – Derek A. Johnson
Next Level Tina – John Andrew Karr
The Last Ten Minutes – Brad Jensen
Speak Friend and Enter – Adrian Tchaikovsky
The Quantum Pirate – Arthur Byron Cover
Nightlight – Jeff Hewitt
Take Me to Your Leader – Paul Saka
The Living Land – Karl Elkoura
True Colors – Michael J. Murphy
Been There, Done That – David Ian
Every Quiver of Each of Them – Simon Christiansen

This poll will close in THREE day’s time, after which the winners will be announced.  Don’t delay, get your vote in now!

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