REDO! VOTE For Amazing Stories’ 4th Quarter Reader’s Choice Awards!

Owing to a technical glitch that is not fully understood at this time, voting for the 4th Quarter 2023 Reader’s Choice Awards were not recorded.

We are therefore asking people to vote once more so that we can properly award those authors who are so deserving.

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!  (We’re not stingy either.  In the event of ties, all winners will receive the appropriate award!)

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!

 Coherence by Warren Benedetto
A Really, Truly, Utterly, Really Truly Bad Idea by Timons Esaias
Spaghetti Forever by Scott Talbot Evans
A Treatise on Proper Martian Chiropractic Manipulation by Lisa Fox
The Devil’s Footlocker by David Hankins
The Breadships by David Hewitt 
Another Day at the Office by Tom Howard
Blue by Victor Jimenez
The Most Peaceful Airship by Leonid Korogodski
A Rock in Space by James Austin McCormick
Mother Earth, Father Moon, Forest Child by L.P. Melling
The Transformer and the Santa God Go Questing by J.A. Pak
A Small Ecological Disaster by John Eric Vona

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