Dragon Awards Announce the 2019 Ballot

The Dragon Awards have announced the ballot for the 2019 awards. Among the nominees are such well-known names as Kim Stanley Robinson, for Red Moon, and James S.A. Corey, for Tiamat's Wrath, both up for the Best Science Fiction Novel Award. The full list of nominees can be seen below: Best Science Fiction Novel A... Continue Reading →

Hugo Administrators Apologise for Nomination Error

The 2019/1944 Hugo Award Administrators have announced that Guteto, edited by Morojo (Myrtle R. Douglas), has been added to the 1944 Retrospective Hugo Award ballot, and that Fantasy News, edited by William S. Sykora, has been removed. The full text of the Administrator’s announcement is below. The Hugo Administrators have discovered an error in their... Continue Reading →

Sanderson among BooktubeSFF Award Winners

BooktubeSFF is the segment of YouTube dedicated to booklovers who use the platform to discuss and share their love of reading Science Fiction and Fantasy. The awards started in 2015 and according to the organisers the goals of running them are: 1) To provide another avenue for the BooktubeSFF community to share, read, and discuss our... Continue Reading →

Baen Fantasy Adventure Award for J.J. Cragun

J.J. Cragun has taken the top prize in the sixth annual Baen Fantasy Adventure Awards, his entry, "Treason Properly" will be published as the featured story on the Baen Books main website and paid at industry-standard rates for professional story submittals. Cragun will also receive a handsome engraved award and a prize package containing $500... Continue Reading →

The 2019 Aurealis Awards Are Now Open for Entries

The Aurealis Awards, Australia’s premier awards for speculative fiction, are for works created by an Australian citizen or permanent resident, and published for the first time between 1 January 2019 and 31 December 2019. Full guidelines and FAQ can be found on the Aurealis Awards website. From the announcement: We strongly encourage publishers and authors... Continue Reading →

Tasha Suri wins the Brave New Words Award

Starburst Magazine has announced that Tasha Suri has won 2019’s Brave New Words Award for her debut novel, Empire of Sand. The Brave New Words book prize goes to an individual, not a specific work. Like all of the Starburst Awards (such as the ones presented at the Starburst Film Festival), it’s designed to encourage... Continue Reading →

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