Best Literature Blog

| | Comments (31)

Nominate your choice for Best Literature Blog. Blogs about books, writing, the publishing industry, or genres (classics, sci-fi, romance novels, etc.) would be at home in this category.

Update (Oct. 17): Over the next 24 hours we will be closing nominations for most categories. This is a manual process so it takes a while to complete. As long as a category allows you to enter a comment (which is how you submit a nomination) nominations for that category are still open. When the option to leave a comment is not available you'll know nominations for that category are closed. The "+" rating of nominees will remain open throughout the awards.

To nominate a blog you need to leave a comment on this entry. Your comment should contain the name of the blog, the main URL for the blog, and (if possible) the URL for a RSS/Atom feed. For example:


Unless you login via one of the supported authentication services your comments will be moderated. Due to the volume of comments, it may take up to 24 hours to approve your comment, but all anonymous comments will eventually be posted. Only authenticated comments will be published immediately.

Rules And FAQ's

  • You can nominate yourself, don't be shy.
  • The number of nominations a blog receives is irrelevant. One nomination is enough...
  • Rather than add a "me too" nomination for a site you're encouraged to use the "+" icon to indicate your preference for nominees. The "+" ratings are one extra piece of information the finalist selection panel can use to help generate the finalist slates in each category.
  • The nomination period is scheduled to end on Wednesday, October 17, 2007.
  • Read The Nomination FAQ
  • Get technical help or ask questions at The Weblog Awards Forum
  • If you are linking to the contest consider using the nomination category archive, as it contains links to all of the nomination posts.

Return to the main Nominations Page



rrodrigues said:

Guanabee - Spicy Coverage For The Latino In You

I would like to nominate

I talk to the God but the sky is empty by Kelvin,

Manny said:
ace said:

Sandra Scoppettone's Writing Thoughts

clairec23 said:

A blog to promote new writers, share work and advice.

J. Ransom said:

Some really cool fiction... Author Profile Page said:

Reading material to get exited about. In other words, this isn't stuffy Jane Austen type stuff. This is mysteries, science fiction, horror, graphic novels, etc.

Captmathman said:

A Bland and Deadly Courtesy

Mr. Brust generates lively debates and gives intriguing glimpses into the craft.

Lizzy said:
Shaun Duke said:

I couldn't sign in to WP for some reason.

Anyway, I'm nominating myself:
The World in the Satin Bag

Taylor said:

7ine Book Reviews

vgirl said:
madelyn said:

Sam Riddleburger

A blog about children's literature by the author of the Qwikpick Adventure Society

madelyn said:

Anne Marie Pace's Journal

A blog about kids lit and the writing process.

girl6 Author Profile Page said:

My Star Trek fan fiction blog can beat up your snooty lit blog. Author Profile Page said:

The City Desk
The City Desk is a collaborative fiction weblog comprised of semi-regular items about a city that does not exist.

an eclectic poetry blog that takes readers into the life and opinions of a poet and her experiences and that of fellow poets to show how poems come about and how anyone that wants to should and can write.

odd but catchy. like the flu! ; )

Terrell Author Profile Page said:

The Miss Rumphius Effect
Tricia at TMRE is an insightful and articulate blogger who writes about children's literature and teaching poetry, science, math... well anything, using children's books.


Welcome to The 2007 Weblog Awards!

The Weblog Awards are the world's largest blog competition, with over 525,000 votes cast in the 2006 edition for finalists in 45 categories. Nominations for 49 categories ended October 17, 2007 and voting began November 1, 2007. Final results will be announced November 8, 2007 at the BlogWorld & New Media Expo in Las Vegas.

Signup for our newsletter for press releases and to keep up to date on general information about The Weblog Awards. It's the best way to stay abreast of the schedule for this year and for the 2008 (and beyond) editions of The Weblog Awards.

Once the polls open comments will be disabled on the site, but you are invited to join us in The Weblog Awards discussion forums if you want to talk about the awards, the nominees, or ask questions.

If you've enjoyed The 2007 Weblog Awards, don't be afraid to...

About this Entry

This page contains a single entry by Kevin Aylward published on October 3, 2007 2:02 PM.

Best Diarist was the previous entry in this blog.

Best Culture Blog is the next entry in this blog.

Find recent content on the main index or look in the archives to find all content.


I just found out that you can embed polls from the weblog awards on a homepage. Cool. Supporting us won’t get you a damn tote bag, but you will get regular beer blogging again. And we both know that you can’t get that on NPR." - Balloon Juice

"So I haven't been actively promoting my Weblog Award nomination. Sure, I mentioned it, and I put up a little button, but I haven't told you to vote, have I? I haven't told you to vote once every twenty-four hours, have I? I haven't told you to rise up, my minions, and smite the Internet with your collective force, have I? Have I? Well, now I have." - Looky, Daddy!

We're on the lookout for your quotes about The 2007 Weblog Awards.



Powered by Movable Type 4.01


Register Now at Blog World

The 2007 Weblog Awards will be handed out live at BlogWorld & New Media Expo in Las Vegas!
Wizbang Wizbang Pop!
Wizbang Politics
Wizbang Blue
Wizbang Podcast
Wizbang Sports
Wizbang Tech