The Crossing Over Awards was created to recognise the best BtVS and AtS crossover fan fiction available on the Internet, and, if it's the best crossover fan fiction, then, by definition, it must be posted on the best crossover fan fiction site, and the members of said site must make up the most qualified judging panel. Therefore, the nominations and voting for the awards are limited to Twisting the Hellmouth members, with some additional awards made by the site moderators. In the 2010 awards, 1738 members cast a total of 37802 votes.
The 2010 award for Best Crossover Story went to Chilord. Congratulations also to the runners up, Jaded and NotJana.The Best Crossover Author award this year went to Jezaeiri. Full results are on the Winners page.
In 2008, our award for Best Crossover Story went to a relative newcommer to the site - congratulations to Narukyu. Congratulations also to the runners up, two more fresh faces, Hermionetobe and toots who also fought out the Best New Author award between them. However, the Best Crossover Author award remained with the 'old guard', going to Faith Unbreakable. As always, full results are on the Winners page.
You can see the results from the 2007 awards on the Winners page. Special congratulations to the winner of our Best Crossover Award, "Return to Normal" by Jakl, and the runners up, "Going home through a Starry Mirror" by theICEBear and "The Key To Marauding" by Anoron. The award for Best Crossover Author goes to Sevangel.
Congratulations to all our winners - we hereby declare January to be an official month of gloating at the
losers deserving runners up. If
you want to gloat humbly accept your award, head on over to the I would like
to thank... forum. However, please note anyone who bursts into tears mid-speech will find themselves being handed a mop and bucket and asked
to clean the floor.
You can see the results from the first round of the relaunched Crossing Over Awards on the Winners page. Special congratulations to the winner of our Best Crossover Award, "Far Beyond Normal" by Jakl, and the runners up, "Trick Or Treat" by Kei and "Jedi Harris" by Scribbler. The award for Best Crossover Author goes to Mhalachai.