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Hugo and Campbell Awards Nominations

 

Nippon 2007, the 65th World Science Fiction Convention to be held in Yokohama, Japan, August 30 - September 3, 2007, has released nominations for this year's Hugo Awards, and for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. This year's Hugos include for the first time two categories for best editor, short form and long form. The listing here is alphabetical first by title, then by nominee.

 

NOVEL

Blindsight, Peter Watts (Tor)

Eifelheim, Michael Flynn (Tor)

Glasshouse, Charles Stross (Ace)

His Majesty's Dragon, Naomi Novik (Ballantine Del Rey; Voyager as Temeraire)

Rainbows End, Vernor Vinge (Tor)

 

NOVELLA

"A Billion Eves", Robert Reed (Asimov's Oct/Nov 2006)

"Inclination", William Shunn (Asimov's Apr/May 2006)

Julian: A Christmas Story, Robert Charles Wilson (PS Publishing)

"Lord Weary's Empire", Michael Swanwick (Asimov's Dec 2006)

"The Walls of the Universe", Paul Melko (Asimov's Apr/May 2006)

 

NOVELETTE

"All the Things You Are", Mike Resnick (Jim Baen's Universe Oct 2006)

"Dawn, and Sunset, and the Colours of the Earth", Michael F. Flynn (Asimov's Oct/Nov 2006)

"The Djinn's Wife", Ian McDonald (Asimov's Jul 2006)

"Pol Pot's Beautiful Daughter (Fantasy)", Geoff Ryman (F&SF Oct 2006)

"Yellow Card Man", Paolo Bacigalupi (Asimov's Dec 2006)

 

SHORT STORY

"Eight Episodes", Robert Reed (Asimov's Jun 2006)

"The House Beyond Your Sky", Benjamin Rosenbaum (Strange Horizons Sep 2006)

"How to Talk to Girls at Parties", Neil Gaiman (Fragile Things)

"Impossible Dreams", Tim Pratt (Asimov's Jul 2006)

"Kin", Bruce McAllister (Asimov's Feb 2006)

 

RELATED BOOK

About Writing: Seven Essays, Four Letters, and Five Interviews, Samuel R. Delany (Wesleyan University Press)

Cover Story: The Art of John Picacio, John Picacio (MonkeyBrain Books)

Heinlein's Children: The Juveniles, Joseph T. Major (Advent: Publishing)

James Tiptree, Jr.: The Double Life of Alice B. Sheldon, Julie Phillips (St. Martin's)

Worldcon Guest of Honor Speeches, Mike Resnick & Joe Siclari, eds. (ISFiC)

 

DRAMATIC PRESENTATION: LONG FORM

Children of Men (Screenplay by Alfonso Cuaron and Timothy J. Sexton. Directed by Alfonso Cuaron. Universal Pictures)

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (Screenplay by Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio. Directed by Gore Verbinski. Walt Disney Pictures.)

The Prestige (Screenplay by Jonathan Nolan and Christopher Nolan. Directed by Christopher Nolan. Touchstone Pictures.)

A Scanner Darkly (Screenplay by Richard Linklater. Directed by Richard Linklater. Warner Independent Pictures.)

V for Vendetta (Screenplay by David Lloyd. Directed by James McTeigue. Warner Bros.)

 

DRAMATIC PRESENTATION: SHORT FORM

Battlestar Galactica: Downloaded (Writers Bradley Thompson and David Weddle. Directed by Jeff Woolnough. NBC Universal/British Sky.)

Doctor Who: Girl in the Fireplace (Written by Steven Moffat. Directed by Euros Lyn. BBC Wales/BBC1.)

Doctor Who: School Reunion (Written by Toby Whithouse. Directed by James Hawes. BBC Wales/BBC1.)

Doctor Who: Army of Ghosts and Doomsday (Written by Russell T. Davies. Directed by Graeme Harper. BBC Wales/BBC1.)

Stargate SG-1: 200 (Written by Brad Wright, Robert C. Cooper, Joseph Mallozzi, Paul Mullie, Carl Binder, Martin Gero, and Alan McCullough. Directed by Martin Wood. Double Secret Productions/NBC Universal.)

 

EDITOR, SHORT FORM

Gardner Dozois (The Year’s Best Science Fiction)

David G. Hartwell (Year’s Best SF / New York Review of Science Fiction)

Stanley Schmidt (Analog)

Gordon Van Gelder (F&SF)

Sheila Williams (Asimov's)

 

EDITOR, LONG FORM

Lou Anders (Pyr)

James Patrick Baen (Baen)

Ginjer Buchanan (Ace)

David G. Hartwell (Tor)

Patrick Nielsen Hayden (Tor)

 

PROFESSIONAL ARTIST

Bob Eggleton

Donato Giancola

Stephan Martiniere

John Jude Palencar

John Picacio

 

SEMIPROZINE

Ansible, Dave Langford

Interzone, Andy Cox

Lady Churchhill's Rosebud Wristlet, Gavin Grant & Kelly Link

Locus, Charles N. Brown, Kirsten Gong-Wong & Liza Groen Trombi

The New York Review of Science Fiction, Kathryn Cramer, David G. Hartwell & Kevin J. Maroney

 

FANZINE

Banana Wings, Claire Brialey & Mark Plummer

Challenger, Guy H. Lillian III

The Drink Tank, Chris Garcia

Plokta, Alison Scott, Steve Davies & Mike Scott

Science-Fiction Five-Yearly, Lee Hoffman, Geri Sullivan & Randy Byers

 

FAN WRITER

Chris Garcia

John Hertz

Dave Langford

John Scalzi

Steven H Silver

 

FAN ARTIST

Brad W. Foster

Teddy Harvia

Sue Mason

Steve Stiles

Frank Wu

 

John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer [Not a Hugo]

Scott Lynch (first year of eligibility)

Sarah Monette (second year of eligibility)

Naomi Novik (first year of eligibility)

Brandon Sanderson (second year of eligibility)

Lawrence M. Schoen (second year of eligibility)

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Α, Tauntaun με πρόλαβες! Μπήκα για να τα ποσταρω εγω! Τελος πάντων, εγώ από τα υποψήφια δεν εχω διαβασει κανένα, αλλά το Blindsight κυκλοφορεί τσάμπα στο δίκτυο, οπότε μπορεί να κάνω καμία προσπάθεια.

 

προβλέψεις δεν κάνω αλλά το βραβείο Campbell για πρωτοεμφανιζόμενο συγγραφέα θα το πάρει ο Σκοτ Λυντς. Το πρώτο του βιβλίο, το "The Lies of Lock Lamora" είναι, λένε, καταπληκτικό. (εδώ ούτε τι χρώμα έχει το εξώφυλλο δεν ξέρουμε).

Εχω και την εξής απορία: γιατί είναι υποψήφια για το ίδιο βραβείο (το Κάμπελ, ντε) η Ναόμι Νόβικ, που γράφει εδώ και κάτι χρόνια και έχει εκδόσει 3-4 βιβλία;

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Μήπως την μπερδεύεις με άλλη; Γιατί όλα τα βιβλία της το 2006 εκδόθηκαν. Λογικά κι αυτή παίζει για το βραβείο γιατί υπάρχει τρομερό hype για τα δρακοβιβλία της.

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Εχεις δίκιο, πράγματι έγραψε 3 βιβλία μέσα στο 2006 και το 4ο θα βγει μέσα στο 2007. Μάλλον μπερδεύτηκα με το Εραγκον, που έχει και αυτό αγορακι που βρίσκει δράκο (Καλά- αυτοί οι δράκοι όλο χάνουν τα αυγά τους-γι' αυτό εξαφανίστηκαν ως είδος).

Hype δεν θα πει τίποτα, εδώ ο Πιτερ Τζάκσον τα κάνει ταινία. Που να κερδίσει κιολας!

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This year's James Tiptree, Jr. Award for gender-exploring science fiction goes jointly to Shelley Jackson for Half Life and Catherynne M. Valente for The Orphan's Tales: In the Night Garden, with a special recognition to Julie Phillips for her biography James Tiptree, Jr.: The Double Life of Alice B. Sheldon. Awards will be presented May 27, 2007, at WisCon in Madison, Wisconson.

 

Nippon 2007, the 65th World Science Fiction Convention to be held in Yokohama, Japan, has announced a correction to this year's Hugo Awards nominations, adding Pan's Labyrinth to the Dramatic Presentation, Long Form category, and removing Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest.

 

Winners of this year's Bram Stoker Awards, announced at last weekend's World Horror Convention in Toronto, are novel Lisey's Story by Stephen King, first novel Ghost Road Blues by Jonathan Maberry, long fiction Dark Harvest by Norman Partridge, short fiction "Tested" by Lisa Morton, anthology Retro Pulp Tales by Joe R. Lansdale and (in a tie) Mondo Zombie by John Skipp, collection Destinations Unknown by Gary A. Braunbeck, nonfiction Final Exits by Michael Largo and (in another tie) Gospel of the Living Dead by Kim Paffenroth, and poetry Shades Fantastic by Bruce Boston. Also presented were the Lifetime Achievement Award, to Thomas Harris, and the Specialty Press Award, to PS Publishing.

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The winner of this year's Philip K. Dick Award, for best original paperback published in the US in 2006, is Chris Moriarty's Spin Control , with a special citation given to Elizabeth Bear for Carnival .

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Winners of year's British Science Fiction Association Awards, announced last night at Contemplation/Eastercon, are novel End of the World Blues by Jon Courtenay Grimwood, short fiction "The Djinn's Wife" by Ian McDonald, and artwork Angelbot (cover of Time Pieces, ed. by Ian Whates) by Fanghorn.

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Cormac McCarthy's post-apocalyptic novel The Road is winner of this year's Pulitzer Prize for fiction; Ray Bradbury is winner of a special citation, "for his distinguished, prolific and deeply influential career as an unmatched author of science fiction and fantasy."

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The winner of this year's Arthur C. Clarke Award for best SF novel first published in Britian in 2006 is M. John Harrison's Nova Swing.

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Winners of this year's Nebula Awards, presented by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, were announced this evening, Saturday May 12, 2007, in New York City.

 

NOVEL: Seeker, by Jack McDevitt

 

NOVELLA: Burn, by James Patrick Kelly

 

NOVELETTE: Two Hearts, by Peter S. Beagle

 

SHORT STORY: Echo, by Elizabeth Hand

 

SCRIPT: Howl's Moving Castle, by Hayao Miyazaki, Cindy Davis Hewitt, and Donald H. Hewitt

 

ANDRE NORTON AWARD: Magic or Madness, by Justine Larbalestier

 

As previously announced, James Gunn was presented the Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award, and D.G. Compton was named Author Emeritus. Ronald D. Moore was Toastmaster. The SFWA Service Award was presented to Brook and Julia West.

 

O Beagle κέρδισε και το Nebula του 2006 με το ίδιο διήγημα οπότε έκανε "double".

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Winners of this year's Locus Awards, voted by readers of Locus Magazine in the annual Locus Poll, were announced this afternoon at the Courtyard Marriott Hotel in Seattle.

 

Best Science Fiction Novel: Rainbows End, Vernor Vinge

 

Best Fantasy Novel: The Privilege of the Sword, Ellen Kushner

 

Best First Novel: Temeraire: His Majesty's Dragon/Throne of Jade/Black Powder, Naomi Novik

 

Best Young Adult Book: Wintersmith, Terry Pratchett

 

Best Novella: Missile Gap, Charles Stross

 

Best Novelette: When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth, Cory Doctorow

 

Best Short Story: How to Talk to Girls at Parties, Neil Gaiman

 

Best Magazine: The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction

 

Best Publisher: Tor

 

Best Anthology: The Year's Best Science Fiction: Twenty-Third Annual Collection, Gardner Dozois, ed.

 

Best Collection: Fragile Things, Neil Gaiman

 

Best Editor: Ellen Datlow

 

Best Artist: John Picacio

 

Best Non-Fiction: James Tiptree, Jr.: The Double Life of Alice B. Sheldon, Julie Phillips

 

Best Art Book: Cathy & Arnie Fenner, eds. Spectrum 13: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art

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Ben Bova's Titan is winner of this year's John W. Campbell Memorial Award for best SF novel published in 2006; Robert Charles Wilson's The Cartesian Theater is winner of the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award for best short fiction of the year.

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Winners of this year's Hugo Awards were announced Saturday evening, September 1st, 2007, at the World Science Fiction Convention in Yokohama, Japan.

 

NOVEL: Rainbows End, Vernor Vinge

NOVELLA: A Billion Eves, Robert Reed

NOVELETTE: The Djinn's Wife, Ian McDonald

SHORT STORY: Impossible Dreams, Tim Pratt

RELATED BOOK: James Tiptree, Jr.: The Double Life of Alice B. Sheldon, Julie Phillips

DRAMATIC PRESENTATION LONG FORM: Pan's Labyrinth Screenplay by Guillermo del Toro, directed by Guillermo del Toro

DRAMATIC PRESENTATION SHORT FORM: Doctor Who Written by Steven Moffat, directed by Euros Lyn

EDITOR SHORT FORM: Gordon Van Gelder

EDITOR LONG FORM: Patrick Nielsen Hayden

PROFESSIONAL ARTIST: Donato Giancola

SEMIPROZINE: Locus

FANZINE: Science-Fiction Five-Yearly

FAN WRITER: Dave Langford

FAN ARTIST: Frank Wu

 

John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer [Not a Hugo]: Naomi Novik

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Winners of this year's International Horror Guild Awards are:

 

NOVEL: Conrad Williams, The Unblemished

LONG FICTION: Norman Partridge, Dark Harvest

MID-LENGTH FICTION: Paul Finch, The Old North Road

SHORT FICTION: Stephen Gallagher, The Box

COLLECTION (Single Author) [TIE]: Terry Dowling, Basic Black/Glen Hirshberg, American Morons

ANTHOLOGY: William Sheehan and Bill Schafer, Lords of the Razor

PERIODICAL: Subterranean

ILLUSTRATED NARRATIVE: Lewis Trondheim, A.L.I.E.E.N.

NONFICTION: S.T. Joshi, Icons of Horror and the Supernatural

ART[TIE]: Aeron Alfrey, Exhibits from the Imaginary Museum/John Picacio, Cover Story: The Art of John Picacio

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Winners of this year's Hugo Awards were announced Saturday evening, September 1st, 2007, at the World Science Fiction Convention in Yokohama, Japan.

 

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DRAMATIC PRESENTATION LONG FORM: Pan's Labyrinth Screenplay by Guillermo del Toro, directed by Guillermo del Toro

...

 

Συγγνώμη, δεν κατάλαβα καλά. Η ταινία αυτή είναι sci-fi?

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Hugos δίνονται και σε fantasy έργα (πχ Harry Potter, American Gods).

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Winners of this year's World Fantasy Awards are:

 

LIFE ACHIEVEMENT: Betty Ballantine & Diana Wynne Jones

NOVEL: Soldier of Sidon, Gene Wolfe

NOVELLA: Botch Town, Jeffrey Ford

SHORT FICTION: Journey Into the Kingdom, M. Rickert

ANTHOLOGY: Salon Fantastique, Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling

COLLECTION: Map of Dreams, M. Rickert

ARTIST: Shaun Tan

SPECIAL AWARD, PROFESSIONAL: Ellen Asher (for work at the Science Fiction Book Club)

SPECIAL AWARD, NON-PROFESSIONAL: Gary K. Wolfe (for reviews in Locus and elsewhere)

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Βγήκαν οι υποψηφιότητες των Nebula:

 

NOVEL

# The Accidental Time Machine, Joe Haldeman

# The New Moon's Arms, Nalo Hopkinson

# Odyssey, Jack McDevitt

# Ragamuffin, Tobias S. Buckell

# The Yiddish Policeman's Union, Michael Chabon

 

NOVELLA

# "Awakenings", Judith Berman

# "The Fountain of Age", Nancy Kress

# "The Helper and His Hero", Matt Hughes

# "Kiosk", Bruce Sterling

# "Memorare", Gene Wolfe

# "Stars Seen through Stone", Lucius Shepard

 

NOVELETTE

# "Child, Maiden, Mother, Crone", Terry Bramlett

# "The Children's Crusade", Robin Wayne Bailey

# "The Evolution of Trickster Stories Among the Dogs Of North Park After the Change", Kij Johnson

# "The Fiddler of Bayou Teche", Delia Sherman

# "The Merchant and the Alchemist's Gate", Ted Chiang

# "Pol Pot's Beautiful Daughter (Fantasy)", Geoff Ryman

# "Safeguard", Nancy Kress

 

SHORT STORY

# "Always", Karen Joy Fowler

# "Captive Girl", Jennifer Pelland

# "Pride", Mary Turzillo

# "The Story of Love", Vera Nazarian

# "Titanium Mike Saves the Day", David D. Levine

# "Unique Chicken Goes In Reverse", Andy Duncan

 

SCRIPT

# Children of Men, Alfonso Cuaron, Timothy J. Sexton, David Arata, Mark Fergus & Hawk Ostby

# Doctor Who: Blink, Steven Moffat

# Pan's Labyrinth, Guillermo del Toro

# The Prestige, Christopher Nolan & Jonathan Nolan

# Star Trek: New Voyages: World Enough and Time, Marc Scott Zicree & Michael Reaves

# V for Vendetta, Larry Wachowski & Andy Wachowski

 

ANDRE NORTON AWARD

# Flora Segunda, Ysabeau S. Wilce

# Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, J. K. Rowling

# Into the Wild, Sarah Beth Durst

# The Lion Hunter, Elizabeth Wein

# The Shadow Speaker, Nnedi Okorafor-Mbachu

# The True Meaning of Smekday, Adam Rex

# Vintage: A Ghost Story, Steve Berman

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NOVEL

# The Accidental Time Machine, Joe Haldeman

# The New Moon's Arms, Nalo Hopkinson

# Odyssey, Jack McDevitt

# Ragamuffin, Tobias S. Buckell

# The Yiddish Policeman's Union, Michael Chabon

 

Ξέρουμε τίποτα για τα πέντε μυθιστορήματα;

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Και οι υποψηφιότητες των Hugo:

 

Best Novel

 

The Yiddish Policeman's Union, Michael Chabon

Brasyl, Ian McDonald

Rollback, Robert J. Sawyer

The Last Colony, John Scalzi

Halting State, Charles Stross

 

Best Novella

 

"Fountains of Age", Nancy Kress

"Recovering Apollo 8", Kristine Kathryn Rusch

"Stars Seen Through Stone", Lucius Shepard

"All Seated on the Ground", Connie Willis

"Memorare", Gene Wolfe

 

Best Novelette

 

"The Cambist and Lord Iron: a Fairytale of Economics", Daniel Abraham

"The Merchant and the Alchemist's Gate", Ted Chiang

"Dark Integers", Greg Egan

"Glory", Greg Egan

"Finisterra", David Moles

 

Best Short Story

 

"Last Contact", Stephen Baxter

"Tideline", Elizabeth Bear

"Who's Afraid of Wolf 359?", Ken MacLeod

"Distant Replay", Mike Resnick

"A Small Room in Koboldtown", Michael Swanwick

 

Best Related Book

 

The Company They Keep: C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien as Writers in Community, Diana Glyer; appendix by David Bratman

Breakfast in the Ruins: Science Fiction in the Last Millennium, Barry Malzberg

Emshwiller: Infinity x Two, Luis Ortiz; intro. by Carol Emshwiller; fwd. by Alex Eisenstien

Brave New Words: the Oxford Dictionary of Science Fiction, Jeff Prucher

The Arrival, Shaun Tan

 

Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form

 

Enchanted

The Golden Compass

Heroes, Season 1

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Stardust

 

Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form

 

Battlestar Galactica "Razor" (televised version, not DVD)

Dr. Who "Blink"

Dr. Who "Human Nature" / "Family of Blood"

Star Trek New Voyages "World Enough and Time"

Torchwood "Captain Jack Harkness"

 

John W. Campbell Award for Best New Science Fiction Writer

 

Joe Abercrombie

Jon Armstrong

David Anthony Durham

David Louis Edelman

Mary Robinette Kowal

Scott Lynch

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he winner of this year's Philip K. Dick Award, for best original paperback published in the US in 2007, is M. John Harrison's Nova Swing, with a special citation given to Minister Faust for From the Notebooks of Dr. Brain.

 

Winners of year's British Science Fiction Association Awards, announced today at Orbital/Eastercon in London, are novel Brasyl by Ian McDonald, short fiction "Lighting Out" by Ken MacLeod, and Brian Aldiss' Non-Stop as Best Novel of 1958, a special category celebrating the BSFA's 50th anniversary.

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Winners of year's Bram Stoker Awards for superior achievement in horror, announced last night at the World Horror Convention in Salt Lake City, are Sarah Langan's "The Missing" for novel, Joe Hill's "Heart-Shaped Box" for first novel, Gary Braunbeck's "Afterward, There Will Be a Hallway" for long fiction, David Niall Wilson's "The Gentle Brush of Wings" for short fiction, Gary Braunbeck & Hank Schwaeble's "Five Strokes to Midnight" for anthology, Michael A. Arnzen's "Proverbs for Monsters" and Peter Straub's "5 Stories" tied for collection, Jonathan Maberry & David F. Kramer's "The Cryptopedia: A Dictionary of the Weird, Strange & Downright Bizarre" for nonfiction, and Linda Addison's "Being Full of Light, Insubstantial" and Charlee Jacob & Marge B. Simon's "Vectors: A Week in the Death of a Planet" tied for poetry.

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The winner of this year's James Tiptree, Jr. Award, given to works of SF and fantasy that explore gender roles, is Sarah Hall's The Carhullan Army, published last year in the UK, and just published this year in the US as Daughters of the North.

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Winners of this year's Nebula Awards, presented by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, were announced this evening, Saturday April 26, 2008, in Austin, Texas.

 

NOVEL: "The Yiddish Policemen's Union", Michael Chabon

NOVELLA: "Fountain of Age", Nancy Kress

NOVELETTE: "The Merchant and the Alchemist's Gate", Ted Chiang

SHORT STORY: "Always", Karen Joy Fowler

SCRIPT: "Pan's Labyrinth", Guillermo del Toro

ANDRE NORTON AWARD: "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows", J.K. Rowling

 

As previously announced, Michael Moorcock was presented the Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award, and Melisa Michaels and Graham P. Collins were presented with SFWA Service Awards.

 

These are first Nebula Award wins for Michael Chabon and Guillermo del Toro. Nancy Kress has won three times previously, most recently for "The Flowers of Aulit Prison" in 1988; Ted Chiang has also won three times previously, most recently for "Hell is the Absence of God" in 2003 -- in fact, Chiang has now won the Nebula all four times that he has been nominated; and Karen Joy Fowler won the award once before, in 2004 for short story "What I Didn't See".

 

J.K. Rowling has never been nominated for an SFWA Award previously; this is her first win, for this third year of SFWA's Andre Norton Award, created to honor young adult SF/F novels and named in honor of the late SFWA Grand Master.

 

Οι νικητές (ή όσοι αποδέχτηκαν το βραβείο εκ μέρους απόντων νικητών):

 

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Ο Michael Moorcock και η σύζυγός του:

 

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Ο Joe "Forever War" Haldeman με πεδιλάκι Αμερικάνου τουρίστα :lol:

 

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THE ANDROID

Εμένα τώρα πάλι γιατί αυτές οι φωτογραφίες μου μοιάζουν σαν αναμνηστικές φωτογραφιές από εκδήλωση ΚΑΠΗ ? :atongue2:

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