posted by Karen Burnham at Sunday 24 April 2011 @ 3:31 am BST
Later today (4pm CST) the Hugo nominations will be announced. But some 2010 awards are already coming out. At Eastercon yesterday, the British Science Fiction Awards were announced. As per SF Awards Watch, the results are:
- WINNER: Ian McDonald – The Dervish House (Gollancz)
- Paolo Bacigalupi – The Windup Girl (Orbit)
- Lauren Beukes – Zoo City (Angry Robot)
- Ken Macleod – The Restoration Game (Orbit)
- Tricia Sullivan – Lightborn (Orbit)
Best Short Fiction
- WINNER: Aliette de Bodard – “The Shipmaker”- Interzone 231, TTA Press.
- Nina Allan – “Flying in the Face of God” – Interzone 227, TTA Press.
- Peter Watts – “The Things” – Clarkesworld 40
- Neil Williamson – “Arrhythmia” – Music for Another World, Mutation Press
- WINNER: Paul Kincaid – Blogging the Hugos: Decline, Big Other
- Abigail Nussbaum – Review, With Both Feet in the Clouds, Asking the Wrong Questions Blogspot
- Adam Roberts – Review, Wheel of Time, Punkadiddle
- Francis Spufford – Red Plenty (Faber and Faber)
- Jonathan Strahan and Gary K. Wolfe the Notes from Coode Street Podcast
- WINNER: Joey Hi-Fi -cover for Zoo City, by Lauren Beukes (Angry Robot)
- Andy Bigwood – cover for Conflicts (Newcon Press)
- Charlie Harbour – cover for Fun With Rainbows by Gareth Owens (Immersion Press)
- Dominic Harman – cover for The Cat”s Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut (Gollancz)
- Ben Greene – “A Deafened Plea for Peace”, cover for Crossed Genres 21
- Adam Tredowski – cover for Finch, by Jeff Vandermeer (Corvus)
A lot of strong nominees here! It bodes well for Ian McDonald’s Dervish House to start off the year winning the BSFA–over last year’s critically acclaimed Windup Girl, nonetheless. It will be interesting to see if it has similar success on the Hugo list.