elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

Rainbow Awards: Cover Contest - Round 2 - Finalists

Round 2 has its finalists and the 300 covers for Round 3. Remember the vote is (more or less) a 25% special jury (Debra, Dylan Rosser, Jack Mackenroth, Jesse Archer, Julie, Max Rhyser, Mitzie, Tammy) and a 75% popular poll. I say more or less since not always the number of people voting in the polls are the same. So yes, you can have some surprises from the Jury vote and for this reason I will disclose the 3 finalists according to the Jury and the 3 finalists according to the polls. I think you will have some surprise, since in comparison to Round 1, people seems to have change "idea"... and that is good, I like when there is a little bit of challenge! And next Friday I will post the first out of 3 poll for round 3. Enjoy!

Jury Finalists


Dangerous Man



Butterfly's Sisters


Love Drugged by Lisa Novak

Visible Friend by Anne Cain


365 Days by Sheri

Always Come Back


Building Arcadia by Jito Lee

Butterfly and the Flame

Crossing through Chueca

Dirty Poole

Games Fratboys Play by Kristine Mills-Noble

Gay Faith

Gender Outlaws by Candace Sepulis

Hellebore and Rue by Vasilis Akoinoglou


Literary Party

Love in the Balance by Bonnie Liss


No Fixed Ground


Wildthorn by Sheila Smallwood & Rachel Newborn

Popular Poll Finalists


Infected, Life After Death by Anne Cain


Warrior Angel by Reese Dante


Apples and Regret and Wasted Time by Nathie
Tags: rainbow awards 2011

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