Updated 10/19 with the Kindle editions of Territory and Gospel of the Knife.
Updated 9/20 with the Kindle edition of The Servants.
There are plenty of nominees, all of them good. There are life achievement and art awards, which can’t really be Kindle-ized. And Emma Bull’s Territory is up for best novel, and I love it.
Currently, only a few of the nominees can be digested (or easily made digestible) on the Kindle:
One of the executive producers for Shadow Unit, an ongoing web serial that’s akin to The Sandbaggers meets Lovecraft. Tor.com is also offering a free eBook (Mobipocket format, Kindle-edible) of another of her novels, War for the Oaks, to registered members unto maybe next week (the offer started in the middle of September).
His also a producer on the collective serial online work Shadow Unit, along with Emma Bull. Tor.com happens to also be offering a free eBook of another of his novels, Dogland, to registered users.
Both Dogland and Gospel of the Knife are available under the Creative Commons license as well, but the Kindle edition and the Mobipocket edition on Tor.com are much better formatted. ((The problem with many CC works on the web is that they often aren’t well-formatted; it usually takes the likes of Feedbooks, which can’t do all the works in the world, and ill formatting still slips through the cracks.))
She also wrote The Fox Woman, an excellent Heian Japan fantasy novel with Kitsune—and available on the Kindle.
Singing of Mount Abora — Theodora Goss
Available as part of the Logorrhea anthology.
One of the few SFF anthologies available on the Kindle.
Already mentioned multiple times in this article due to the great stories this anthology harbors.
I feel guilty for not mentioning everyone else—but I’m short on time, and this blog is pretty Kindle-centric.
Go ye, download, and enjoy.