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Reviewer Honor RollListed here (and highlighted in each monthly newsletter) are the people who have given useful, insightful reviews that have been appreciated by the authors (or others who have learned from the review). After all, that's what makes the workshop go, and we want to give great reviewers a little well-earned recognition from the workshop community. If you've received a review you really appreciated and would like to the reviewer to appear in the Reviewer Honor Roll, just fill out the nomination form to send your nomination to the workshop staff. Nominations are added to this page monthly.
Last Month's Nominees (in chronological order)Reviewer: William Delman
Submission: Disorder by Patrick Gardner
Submitted by: Patrick Gardner
Nominator's Comments: This review was very thorough and full of pertinent and useful food for thought. Thank you!
Reviewer: Patrick Gardner
Submission: AL1 Y0 ARM IS B0L0NG T0 0S by William Delman
Submitted by: William Delman
Nominator's Comments: Patrick had more than few good ideas for making this story tighter and more enjoyable. It's this kind of creative, specific, and attentive reading that makes SFF such a useful tool.