Re: [sig] BlackFox Award
- Pomestnik Nikulai Ivanovich wrote:
> So I get a call today from a friend of mine who asks, have you gottenMy sincere congratulations, POMESTNIK Nikulai Ivanovich! As a Kingdom
> TI yet. I say yes and he directs me to the list of winners on page
> seven. In
> particular the tie for best article. My peer (Mistress Stephania
> and I won for our Troll: Life Beneath te Bridge article.
Chronicler, the William Blackfox awards are very important to me, and
I'm very pleased to see a SIG member on the winners list!
> (Of course theyOh, Nikulai, you give them TOO much credit. They didn't just butcher
> changed the printed credit from Pomestnik to Lord Pomestnik... but no
> matter.) Woo hoo Im psyched
the usage, they mis-spelled it to boot! For shame to my fellow
Chroniclers for changing Pomestnik to "Pemestaik" !!!
But that aside, congratulations again Nikulai.
And others on the list of Blackfox nominees and winners who may be SIG
members, or perhaps should be, based on their names (my apologies if I
missed anyone whose name didn't "look" Slavic to me!):
The nominations for the Best Overall Newsletter included:
Darkwood Drum, Barony of Darkwood, Kingdom of the West. Chronicler
Mistress Anastasia Ivanovna.
Beul nam Beinnean, Barony of Sentinel's Keep, Kingdom of Artemisia.
Chronicler: Lord Mstislav Novgorodskii.
Palm Prints, Barony of Atenveldt, Kingdom of Atenveldt. Chronicler:
Mistress Dascha Alexandrova Rostova.
The nominations for Best Layout and Design included:
River Haven Rag, Barony of River Haven, Kingdom of the West.
Chronicler: Lady Katya Ivanovna.
Twin Moons Missive, Barony of Twin Moons, Kingdom of Atenveldt.
Chronicler: Lady Melisande Ptasznik.
The nominations for Best Artwork included in a newsletter included:
Dragon's Eye, Shire of Stan Wyrm, Kingdom of Artemisia. Artist: Master
Pawel of Gdansk. (May 2000 cover)
The Horn of Narval, Shire of Narval Dorado, Kingdom of Trimaris. Artist:
Lady Alessandra di Nicola da Vinci. (Second Quarter 2000 cover)
[NOTE: above is same person as wrote winning special issue on Russia]
The nominations for Best Special Issue of a newsletter included:
The Horn of Narval, Shire of Narval Dorado, Kingdom of Trimaris.
Russian edition (Third Quarter 2000) Chronicler: Alessandra di Nicola
The nominations for Best Regular Feature in a newsletter included:
The Crescent, Shire of Crescent Moon, Kingdom of Calontir. Author: Lady
Victoria la Russa for "Newcomer's Corner."
The nominations for Best Article in a newsletter included:
The Phoenix, Barony of Sacred Stone, Kingdom of Atlantia. Author:
Mistress Stephania Herring and Lord Pemestaik Nikulai Ivanovich for
"Troll: Life Beneath the Bridge."
Serpent's Tongue, Barony of Calafia, Kingdom of Caid. Author: THL
Judwiga Zajaczkowa for "Medieval and Renaissance Gardens."
Dragon's Breath, Shire of Wyrmgeist, Kingdom of Meridies. Author Baron
Modar Neznanich for "Basic Research."
Among the winners were also these Honorable Mentions:
These are nominations which didn't fit into the above categories who
demonstrated excellence and dedication as noted. The majority of these
nominations were made by the Kingdom Chroniclers, although some
additions were made during the judging process.
Eichen Blatter, Barony of Drei Eichen, Kingdom of Drachenwald for hard
work against the odds and producing an attractive and readable
newsletter. August 2000 issue submitted. Chronicler: Lady Arisa
The winners, nominees, and "honorable mentions" of the Master William
Blackfox Awards are permitted to use the Award logo on their newsletter
with the appropriate notation. (Example: Winner of the A.S. XXXIV Best
Over All Newsletter, A.S. XXXV nominee for Best Article, or Honorable
Mention, A.S. XXXV.) Individuals can add this accomplishment to their
Congratulations to all participants in the A.S. XXXV Master William