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2017 Prix Utopiales Européen Jeunesse

The shortlist for the 2017 Prix Utopiales Européen Jeunesse has been announced. Jungle Park, Philippe Arnaud (Sarbacane) L’Effet Ricochet, Nadia Coste (Seuil jeunesse) L’éveil, Jean-Baptiste de Panafieu (Gulf Stream) Le jardin des épitaphes, tome 1: Celui qui reste debout, Taï-Marc Le Thanh (Didier jeunesse) New Earth Project, David Moitet (Didier jeunesse) The winner of the Utopiales “European Youth […]

World Fantasy 2018 Guests of Honor

The 2018 World Fantasy Convention (WFC) has announced the addition of special guest Aliette de Bodard, joining Guests of Honor Michael J. Walsh and Tom Kidd. WFC 2018 will be held November 1-4, 2018 at the Baltimore Renaissance Harborplace Hotel in Baltimore MD. The theme is “Ports in a Storm.” Attending memberships are currently $175. […]

2016 Sidewise Awards Nominees

The nominees for the 2016 Sidewise Awards for Alternate History have been announced. Short Form “The Danish Crutch”, Anna Belfrage (1066 Turned Upside Down) “Treasure Fleet”, Daniel M. Bensen (Tales from Alternate Earths) “Twilight of the Mesozoic Moon”, Brent A. Harris & Ricardo Victoria (Tales from Alternate Earths) “The Battle of London Bridge”, G.K. Holloway (1066 Turned […]

2017 James White Award Shortlist

The James White Award Short Story competition has announced this year’s shortlist: “The Cut”, Elsie WK Donald “Don”, Steve Dubois “The Morrigan”, Stewart Horn “The Dying Glass”, Cameron Johnston “Skin and Bone”, Beth Plutchak “May the Pain Guide You Home”, Daniel Roy The James White Award is open to previously unpublished stories between 1,000 and […]

2017 ESFS Awards Winners

The European Science Fiction Society (ESFS) Hall of Fame Awards, Achievement Awards, and Chrysalis Awards winners were announced during the 39th Eurocon on June 17, 2017, in Dortmund, Germany. Zoran Živković of Serbia was named European Grand Master. Other awards winners and nominees are below. Hall of Fame Awards: Best Author Dario Tonani (Italy) Juraj Červenák (Slovakia) Yana Dubynianska (Ukraine) […]

2017 Ignotus Finalists

Finalists for the 2017 Ignotus Awards (the Spanish equivalent of the Hugo Awards), honoring the best works published in Spain last year, have been announced: Novela extranjera (Foreign Novel) El problema de los tres cuerpos [The Three-body Problem], Cixin Liu (Ediciones B) La gracia de los reyes [The Grace of Kings], Ken Liu (Alianza) La […]

2017 Campbell and Sturgeon Awards Winners

Central Station, Lavie Tidhar (Tachyon) is this year’s John W. Campbell Memorial Award winner for the best science fiction novel published in 2016, and “The Future is Blue” by Catherynne M. Valente (Drowned Worlds) is the winner of the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award for the best short fiction of 2016. Other finalists were: John W. Campbell Memorial Award The […]

Splatterpunk Awards Founded

Horror authors Brian Keene and Wrath James White have founded the Splatterpunk Awards to “honor superior achievement in the sub-genres of SplatterPunk/Extreme Horror fiction” in novel, novella, short story, collection, and anthology categories. The 2018 jurors are Tod Clark, Gerard Houarner, Mike Lombardo, Monica J. O’Rourke, and David J. Schow. A new lifetime achievement award, the J.F. Gonzalez Award, will […]

Atwood Wins Peace Prize

Margaret Atwood will receive the €25,000 2017 Peace Prize from the Börsenverein des Deutschen Buchhandels (German Publishers and Booksellers Association). First awarded in 1950, the prize is given to “individuals whose literary, artistic or academic work has served to advance the cause of peace.” The administrative board says, “Atwood has demonstrated a keen political intuition and a […]

29th Annual Lambda Awards Winners

The Lambda Literary Foundation announced winners for the 29th Annual Lambda Literary Awards (the “Lammys”), celebrating excellence in LGBT literature in a wide variety of categories, including some of genre interest. LGBT SF/F/Horror The Devourers, Indra Das (Del Rey) Lily, Michael Thomas Ford (Lethe) Will Do Magic for Small Change, Andrea Hairston (Aqueduct) All Good Children, Dayna Ingram (Lethe) […]

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