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Between a Rock and a Locus

Who knew awards season could be so much fun?!

The Djinn Falls in Love is a finalist for both the Locus Awards (Best Anthology) and the Shirley Jackson Awards (Best Edited Anthology).

We're very proud to see Djinn contributors Nnedi Okorafor and JY Yang recognised elsewhere on the Locus shortlist - as well as long-time Jurassic London artist Jeffrey Alan Love.

Two Jurassic titles - The Book of the Dead and Robert Sharp's The Good Shabti (illustrated by Love) - have been finalists for the Shirley Jackson Awards in previous years. The prize's penchant for quirky, literary, cross-genre selections makes it one of our very favourites. That, and they give all the finalists a stone, in tribute to the author after which it named. Best trophy in literature.

Very best wishes to all the finalists - we're very pleased to be among you!