Having won the 2011 Golden Geek Award for Best RPG Supplement (for Bookhounds of London), I can assure you that it is a handsome, credible thing to have. And that it merely whets the appetite for more of the same. Which is why I should note that I've been nominated for two or four 2012 Golden Geek Awards, depending on how you count them.
My two legitimate nominations are:
RPG of the Year for Night's Black Agents (It will get a shot at nomination next year by the arcane rules of BGG, if you, like me, worry that too few people have bought or played NBA to overcome its very strong competition.)
Best Podcast for Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff. (And if you didn't know I have a podcast, let this exercise in lede-burying be your tipoff. Follow that link to an auditory wonderland of me and robin_d_laws talking about stuff.)
I think it's fair to say that layout lord and primary artist Chris Hüth is the real nominee for "Best Art and Presentation" for Night's Black Agents and gbsteve is the real nominee for "Best RPG Supplement" for Bookhounds of London Limited Edition Package (complete with ephemera, WWI kit bag, and magickal talismans). But I appreciate your vote in those categories as well, as I'm sure do they.
Go here to vote for two or four! Voting is restricted to supporting users of boardgamegeek.com or rpggeek.com, or to people who pay in GeekGold or buy an avatar, and if you don't know what those latter two mean, now at least you know what an actual barrier to entry looks like.
But if you do know any of those things, and you do like Night's Black Agents, I'd appreciate you rating it as well.
Goodness, this has become unseemly. Here's io9.com talking about weird vampire myths to play us out.