POLL -- Kraxon Magazine Story of the Year for 2018 -- VICTORY TO SPOOTS!

Vote for your THREE favourite stories from 2018 -- READ THE RULES BELOW FIRST!

  • Monster Hunter -- E.J. Tett

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  • Iceborne, Earth-born -- Rosie Oliver

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  • Elsa’s Kitchen and a Room Full of Pants -- E.J. Tett

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  • Twelve/Twelve -- D. A. Xiaolin Spires

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  • The Water -- Damaris Browne

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  • Total voters
  • Poll closed .

Ursa major

Bearly Believable
Staff member
Aug 7, 2007

Vote for your three favourite stories of the year from Kraxon Magazine!

The winning author will receive £100 GBP

The following rules will apply to the Kraxon Magazine story of the year poll:

  • Members can vote for up to three stories. All three votes must be cast at the same time. Additional votes cannot be cast at a later date.
  • An author cannot vote for their own story.
  • Whilst new members to the Chronicles are always welcome, votes from new members who register only to vote will excluded from the final tally.
  • Votes from members who register multiple user names will be excluded.
  • Votes flagged as suspicious behaviour by the forum moderators may be excluded.
  • In the event of a tie. A second poll will take place with only those stories who tied in first place to choose from.
  • The decision to include or exclude votes will be made by Kraxon Publishing Ltd. This decision is final and will not be open to appeal.
The voting closes at 23:59 GMT on the 30th of December 2018

Please note: this is an open poll, which means that everyone will be able to see which stories you voted for

This thread is to be used for voting only. If you want to comment on the stories, do so HERE

To read a story, click on its title in the list below

Note that the stories are listed in order of publication

Monster Hunter -- E.J. Tett

Fuga Mortem -- Martin M. Clark

Dawn Chorus -- Juliana S Mills

Iceborne, Earth-born -- Rosie Oliver

Elsa’s Kitchen and a Room Full of Pants -- E.J. Tett

No Darkness but Ignorance -- Samanda R. Primeau

Narked Off -- Jo Zebedee

Honestly, it wasn’t my fault -- Susan Boulton

Twelve/Twelve -- D. A. Xiaolin Spires

The Water -- Damaris Browne

Diagnostic Report -- L. P. Melling

The Glass-Eyed Girl -- Samuel Poots
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