The 2003 FAAn Award Ballot
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The 2003 edition of the annual Fanzine Activity Achievement awards will be presented at Corflu Badger, the fanzine fans convention, in Madison, Wisconsin, during the weekend of April 25th to 27th, 2003. Voting is open to all fans, and submission of the ballot by Midnight, April 26th, 2003 is the only criterion for voting eligibility. It is not necessary to physically send this ballot for your vote to be counted: Votes will also be accepted via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, and voting will continue through the first two days of the convention.
Please list in order your top three choices in the categories of Best Fanzine, Best Fanwriter, Best Fan Artist, Best Letterhack, and Best New Fanzine Fan. Fan Writers, Fan Artists and Letterhacks should have been active in 2002, and fanzines published at least once during that year, to be considered eligible for the FAAn Awards. Fans whose first fanzine activity took place after January 1st, 1998 are eligible for the 2003 Best New Fan award. No distinction of media of reproduction or distribution will effect a fan or fanzine's eligibility.
Results of the balloting will be tallied on the following simple point system: A first place vote is worth five points; a second place vote is worth three; and a third place vote is worth one point. The individual or publication receiving the most points in each category will receive the award.
Please mail this ballot to Andrew Hooper, 4228 Francis Ave. N. # 103, Seattle, WA 98103 USA, or email to fanmailaph @ aol.com. (Remove spaces to use email address.) Please include your name and full street address below, so that you can be added to the FAAn Awards mailing list. Mail ballots must be received by April 22nd, 2003, to be counted. If you are completing the ballot at Corflu, the ballot box will be available until Midnight, April 26th.
This page last updated on February 1, 2003.