To be considered for nomination a League of Tana Tea Drinkers member must recommend you. (You can also email me with your URL and which category, or categories you feel your blog falls under, and I will consider your blog for recommendation to the League, too). My email address is available through the About page.
In March, the Bloody Bloggers Award Nominees will be announced and voting will begin. Even if you don't make it as a nominee, I will compile a directory listing of every participating horror blog and do my best to promote it.
The Bloody Bloggers Awards are the first multi-category, peer-reviewed, and community-based recognition of those bloggers who toil away the extra midnight hour to present the best in horror blogging to reach the heights of horrifying excellence.
When voting opens in March, every horror blogger (and their readers) will be invited to email votes in for their favorite nominee in each category.
So get cracking!
The 13 award categories are:
- Best All-Around Horror Blog (includes blogs that cover a range of horror-related topics)
- Best Horror Sub-Genre Blog (includes genre-specific blogs like slasher, gore, zombie, etc)
- Best Horror Author Blog (includes blogs written by authors)
- Best Horror Art Blog (includes graphic designers/artists of horror, and coverage of horror-centric illustration and photography)
- Best Spooky Blog (includes blogs with a Halloween-centric or paranormal (ghost/folklore) scope)
- Best Queer Horror Blog (includes blogs with a homosexual-centric approach to covering horror)
- Best Classic Horror Blog (includes blogs covering classic horror up to 1970)
- Best Horror Comics Blog (includes blogs that are horror comic-centric in their coverage)
- Best Feminine Perspective In Horror Blog (includes blogs with a female-centric approach in their coverage of horror)
- Best Sounds of Horror Blog (includes blogs that focus on covering the music and sounds of horror)
- Best Horror Podcast Blog (includes blogs which primarily podcast their horror coverage)
- Best Monsterkid Blog (includes bloggers who express their horror passion through their experiences, and who are not necessarily movie-centric. This category also includes blogs that focus on memorabilia and toys related to horror).