Cragmore Book One
Pat N. Lewis
5326 5th Ave. #24
Editor: Matt Dembicki
3148 Hartwick LA.
Fairfax VA 22031
Minicomic / Short Story Category:
Board of Superheroes #2
Not Available Comics
Hamtramck MI 48212
Veggie Dog Saturn #4
Buyer Beware Comics
Dayton OH 45420
Ultimate Loss Kisses #11
Writer: Brian John Mitchell
Artist: Dave Sim
Raleigh NC 27619
Athens OH 45701
1986 Cherrylawn Dr
Toledo OH 43614
Satyr Play Productions
15301 Knox Ave. Apt. 14
Oak Forest IL 60452
About the SPACE Prize
From the books which were collected at SPACE 2010, we will be awarding the 2010 SPACE Prizes. The prizes will be presented in three categories-
General, Minicomic / Short Story and Webcomic.The winners will be picked from three voting bodies in each category.
Two rotating judges and the registered SPACE 2010 Exhibitors.
This years judges are Alex Heberling, Ray Tomczak, Michael Carroll and Bob Corby
The winner of the General SPACE prize will win a cash prize of $300.00 and a plaque. The winners of the Minicomic / Short Story and Webcomic categories will each win a $50.00 cash prize and a plaque. The plaque presentation will be held during SPACE 2011 on March 19, 2011 at the Ramada Plaza Hotel & Conference Center in Columbus.
The General Category: All comics that do not fit into the mini-comics/short story category qualify for the general category.
In the General category if an anthology wins the editor/publisher will win the prize not each of the individual contributors. If you are a contributor to an anthology and you want your individual story considered please enter it under the mini-comic/ short story category.
The Mini-comics/short story Category:
Only mini-comics 5-1/2â€ X8-1/2â€ maximum size and a maximum of 28 interior pages or a short story in an anthology up to a 16 page story can be submitted for this category.
The Webcomic Category:
Any comic that was posted on-line between April 20, 2009 and April 24, 2010 by SPACE 2010 exhibitor can be submitted for this category.
Heidi MacDonald is the founder and editor in chief of The Beat. In the past, she worked for Disney, DC Comics, Fox and Publishers Weekly. She can be heard regularly on the More To Come Podcast. She likes coffee, cats and noble struggle.