Rise up, fair readers, and make your voice heard. The time of reckoning has come. We don’t know what that means exactly, but we reckon it’s time for you to vote on your favorite story from the November issue. And the best part is that the rising up thing is optional! Thanks to the wonders of modern technology, you can now make your voice heard from the comfort of your own seat.
The competition was pretty fierce this month. We had a hard time picking the winners, so we expect you to have aneurysms over this one. The following stories are eligible for your vote.
Moon’s Majesty, by Brendan Verville
The Traditional Taste, by Jon Arthur Kitson
Shrinking Squares, by Joe Marchia
Nightingale, by Tyger Schonholzer
The Countess and the Bard, by Kyle Rader
Open the Doors, and See All the People, by Sarah Ennals
Berryblack, by Jez Patterson
Signed, Sealed, Delivered, by Edward Pearce
The Weather Forecast, by Jackie Bee
Once you’ve chosen your favorite, wipe the blood, sweat, and tears from your face and vote in the poll widget below. You have one vote, so make it count. The poll will remain open for one week, so tell your friends. The results will be announced on Monday, December 9.