Re: hard-to-reach authors list #2
- Hi Marta,
I'll give Permilea a nudge.
--- In MEFAwards@yahoogroups.com, Marta <marta.fandom@...> wrote:
> Hey guys,
> The following authors (a) have stories that have been nominated at
> least a week, and (b) have neither started their forms or contacted
> their liaisons to let them know they've been nominated.
> Eldalie (liaison: Maethril, warriorprincess01fanficATgmailDOTcom)
> Jay of Lasgalen (liaison: elliska, elliska67ATyahooDOTcom)
> Permilea (liaison: elliska, elliska67ATyahooDOTcom)
> If you know any of these authors, please have them get in touch with
> the noted liaison. If they have trouble reaching the liaison - or if
> they just need help logging in - have them drop me a line at
> On a related note, I'd really like to encourage people to nominate
> their favorite pieces. At this moment we have 330 pieces nominated in
> the 2011 MEFAs, of which 181 are completely ready to compete. That may
> sound like a lot, but given that there's just about a week and a half
> to go in nominations we are lagging a bit behind previous years. Some
> of that is undoubtedly the fact that the Tolkien fandom has slowed
> down a bit as time has passed from the movies, and that's fine. But I
> know there's a lot of good fanfic still being produced, and I would
> hate for it not to be nominated. In light of that, it might be fun to
> give yourself a little challenge. Think of your three favorite Tolkien
> pieces you're read in the last year - stories, poems, essays,
> drabbles, whatever. Then check whether they've been nominated yet, and
> if not, go ahead and nominate them. It's a great way to make the
> author's day and contribute to the MEFAs at the same time.
> Remember: nominations close at 11:59 PM GMT on June 30. If you need
> help getting started email me at supportATmefawardsDOTorg.
> MEFA Admin.