Nagrade

Nagrade

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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #180 on: August 23, 2019, 09:15:38 PM »
Hugo Awards 2019

Lodestar Award For Best Young Adult Book
Winner: Children of Blood and Bone, Tomi Adeyemi (Henry Holt; Macmillan)







Ovome nagrada?

Mislim, ima tu dobrog, ali ima i početničkog pisanja. Eventualno može da dobije neku nagradu za roman prvenac (ako se ne nađe bolji te godine).



Za nju znam samo kroz onu čarku oko naslova, da joj je neko plagirao naslov. Mislim…   ::)

Za to ne znam, ali čitala sam knjigu, i... Ne mogu da kažem da je nečitljiva (nije, daleko od toga), i ne mogu čak ni da zamerim da je popriličan YA kliše (kad ih već toliko ima), i super je što je neka druga mitologija i kultura sem uobičajenih evropskih (mada kažu ljudi koji znaju više od mene da je poprilično prilagođena američkim čitaocima, al' opet, i to je razumljivo). Ali zanat baš fali. Ume da osmisli kako će likovi da se razvijaju i ponašaju, ali je izvedba toga neuverljiva, sa sve jednim od najneuverljivijih zaljubljivanja dvoje mladih na suprotnim stranama koje sam ikada videla.

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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #181 on: August 25, 2019, 06:36:05 AM »
Overi sažetu aferu ovde: https://www.forbes.com/sites/rachelkramerbussel/2018/12/01/nora-roberts-tomi-adeyemi-title-plagiarism-accusation/#4c7a2d6214f5

Meni je to upravo taj sindrom mučenika, koji ispoljava ogromna većina mlađih autorica. Ne samo sada, nego i ranije, recimo od smene milenija, tako nekako. I nije slučajno da ja za nju znam samo preko te afere, pošto inače ne bih...

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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #182 on: August 25, 2019, 04:57:25 PM »
Makar je umela da se izvini...

Dosta tih mlađih se međusobno druže i podržavaju (odnosno, imaju svoje grupice), pa me ne bi iznenadilo da ju je neka "pametna" prijateljica nagovorila da se žali. No publicity and all that...

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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #183 on: August 26, 2019, 10:24:28 AM »
Moguće, ali brate mili, kako li ta žena uopšte razmišlja? Šta je zapravo tamo htela da kaže da joj je zapravo ukradeno, dal možda reči “krv” i “kost”? pazi samo njenu izjavu - “it would be nice if an artist could create something special without another artist trying to shamelessly profit off it.”

Majko moja. ovako ili onako, ogroman je to hendikep, i kako da posle toga uzmem da čitam išta što ta žena napiše, proza ili otherwise? Džaba njoj tu nagrade, čak i da su valjane. 

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Campbell Award Renamed
« Reply #184 on: August 28, 2019, 12:31:58 PM »
Campbell Award Renamed

 August 27, 2019

The John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer has been renamed The Astounding Award for Best New Writer. The award, which is sponsored by Dell Magazines and administered by the World Science Fiction Society, was named for the editor of Astounding Science Fiction (later Analog Science Fiction and Fact). Current Analog editor Trevor Quachri said,

Campbell’s provocative editorials and opinions on race, slavery, and other matters often reflected positions that went beyond just the mores of his time and are today at odds with modern values, including those held by the award’s many nominees, winners, and supporters.

As we move into Analog’s 90th anniversary year, our goal is to keep the award as vital and distinguished as ever, so after much consideration, we have decided to change the award’s name to The Astounding Award for Best New Writer.

The nomination and selection process will remain the same, and we will be working with the World Science Fiction Society through future Worldcon committees to ensure the award continues to remain supportive of emerging authors.

This change follows a wide-ranging discussion in the SF field sparked by this year’s Campbell Award winner Jeannette Ng. In her acceptance speech as posted online, Ng said, in part,

John W. Campbell, for whom this award was named, was a fascist. Through his editorial control of Astounding Science Fiction, he is responsible for setting a tone of science fiction that still haunts the genre to this day. Sterile. Male. White. Exalting in the ambitions of imperialists and colonisers, settlers and industrialists. Yes, I am aware there are exceptions.

But these bones, we have grown wonderful, ramshackle genre, wilder and stranger than his mind could imagine or allow.

And I am so proud to be part of this. To share with you my weird little story, an amalgam of all my weird interests, so much of which has little to do with my superficial identities and labels.

https://locusmag.com/2019/08/campbell-award-renamed/


A ONDA DOĐE I OVAJ DA ZASOLI RANU:

Everything wrong with science fiction is John W. Campbell’s fault

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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #185 on: August 28, 2019, 02:14:34 PM »
Moguće, ali brate mili, kako li ta žena uopšte razmišlja?

Sumnjam da je tu bilo uključeno razmišljanje. Razmišljanje se, možda, uključilo posle.

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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #186 on: August 28, 2019, 02:27:36 PM »
Хвала, др Гул, на брзој, сасвим актуелној информацији... која нам у врло драматичном светлу показује то што се дешава на фронту политичке коректности.

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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #187 on: November 13, 2019, 10:13:55 AM »
Sunburst Award 2019


Adult
Winner: Plum Rains, Andromeda Romano-Lax (Penguin Random House Canada)
Annex, Rich Larson (Orbit)
Armed in Her Fashion, Kate Heartfield (ChiZine)
Sodom Road Exit, Amber Dawn (Arsenal Pulp)
Trickster Drift, Eden Robinson (Penguin Random House Canada)

Young Adult
Winner: Tess of the Road, Rachel Hartman (Penguin Random House Canada)
Black Chuck, Regan McDonell (Orca)
Feeder, Patrick Weekes (Simon & Schuster Canada)
Not Even Bones, Rebecca Schaeffer (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)
Spellslinger, Sebastien de Castell (Orbit)

Short Story
Winner: “The Glow-in-the-Dark Girls”, Senaa Ahmad (Strange Horizons 15 Jan 2018)
“Candied Sweets, Cornbread, and Black-Eyed Peas”, Malon Edwards (Sword and Sonnet)
“Domestic Violence”, Madeline Ashby (Future Tense 26 Mar 2018)
“Meat And Salt And Sparks”, Rich Larson (Tor.com 6 Jun 2018)
“The Time Traveler's Husband”, A. C. Wise (Shimmer Nov 2018)

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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #188 on: November 13, 2019, 12:44:00 PM »
Sidewise Awards 2019



Long Form
Winner: The Calculating Stars, Mary Robinette Kowal (Tor)
Summerland, Hannu Rajamieni (Tor)
The Trial and Execution of the Traitor George Washington, Charles Rosenberg (Hanover Square)
Unholy Land, Lavie Tidhar (Tachyon)


Short Form
Winner: Codex Valtierra, Oscar (Xiu) Ramirez & Emmanuel Valtierra (self-publshed)
“The Secret City”, Rick Wilber (Asimov's Sep/Oct 2018)

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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #189 on: November 13, 2019, 12:45:36 PM »
Aurora Awards 2019



Novel
Winner: Armed in Her Fashion, Kate Heartfield (ChiZine)
Graveyard Mind, Chadwick Ginther (ChiZine)
One of Us, Craig DiLouie (Orbit)
The Quantum Magician, Derek Künsken (Solaris)
They Promised Me the Gun Wasn't Loaded, James Alan Gardner (Tor)
Witchmark, C. L. Polk (Tor.com)

Ya Novel
Winner: Cross Fire, Fonda Lee (Scholastic)
Children of the Bloodlands, S. M. Beiko (ECW)
The Emerald Cloth, Clare C. Marshall (Faery Ink)
Exit Plan for Teenage Freaks, 'Nathan Burgoine (Bold Strokes)
Finding Atlantis, JM Dover (Evil Alter Ego)
Legacy of Light, Sarah Raughley (Simon Pulse)
The Sign of Faust, Éric Desmarais (Renaissance)
Timefall, Alison Lohans (Five Rivers)

Short Fiction
Winner: Gods, Monsters, and the Lucky Peach, Kelly Robson (Tor.com)
Alice Payne Arrives, Kate Heartfield (Tor.com)
“Critical Mass”, Liz Westbrook-Trenholm (Shades Within Us: Tales of Migrations and Fractured Borders)
“For a Rich Man to Enter”, Susan Forest (Intergalactic Medicine Show Apr 2018)
“A Hold Full of Truffles”, Julie E. Czerneda (Tales from Plexis)

Related Work
Winner: Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction, Dominik Parisien & Elsa Sjunneson-Henry, eds. (Uncanny)
By the Light of Camelot, J. R. Campbell & Shannon Allen, eds. (Edge)
Gaslight Gothic: Strange Tales of Sherlock Holmes, J. R. Campbell & Charles Prepolec, eds. (Edge)
Shades Within Us: Tales of Migrations and Fractured Borders, Susan Forest & Lucas K. Law, eds. (Laksa)
We Shall Be Monsters, Derek Newman-Stille, ed. (Renaissance)

Graphic Novel
Winner: It Never Rains, Kari Maaren (itneverrainscomic.com)
Crash and Burn, Finn Lucullan & Kate Larking (Astres)
FUTILITY: Orange Planet Horror, Rick Overwater & Cam Hayden (Coffin Hop)
Krampus Is My Boyfriend!, S. M. Beiko (www.smbeiko.com)
Woman World, Aminder Dhaliwal (Drawn and Quarterly)

Poem/song
Winner: “Ursula Le Guin in the Underworld”, Sarah Tolmie (On Spec #107)
“Echoes”, Shannon Allen (By the Light of Camelot)
“How My Life Will End”, Vanessa Cardui (Shades Within Us: Tales of Migrations and Fractured Borders)
“Osiris”, Leah Bobet (Uncanny Nov/Dec 2018)
“Trips to Impossible Cities”, Sandra Kasturi (Amazing Stories Win 2018)

Artist
Winner: Samantha M. Beiko (covers for Laksa Media)
Lily Author (cover art for Polar Borealis #8)
James Beveridge (cover art for Tyche Books)
Roger Czerneda (cover for Tales from Plexis)
Lynne Taylor Fahnestalk (cartoons for Amazing Stories)
Dan O'Driscoll (covers for Bundoran Press)

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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #190 on: November 13, 2019, 12:47:02 PM »
British Fantasy Awards 2019


Fantasy Novel (Robert Holdstock Award)
Winner: The Bitter Twins, Jen Williams (Headline)
Empire of Sand, Tasha Suri (Orbit)
Foundryside, Robert Jackson Bennett (Jo Fletcher)
The Green Man's Heir, Juliet E. McKenna (Wizard's Tower)
The Loosening Skin, Aliya Whiteley (Unsung Stories)
Priest of Bones, Peter McLean (Jo Fletcher)

Horror Novel (august Derleth Award)
Winner: Little Eve, Catriona Ward (W&N)
The Cabin at the End of the World, Paul Tremblay (Titan)
The Way of the Worm, Ramsey Campbell (PS Publishing)
Wolf's Hill, Simon Bestwick (Snowbooks)

Anthology
Winner: Year's Best Weird Fiction, Vol. 5, Robert Shearman & Michael Kelly, eds. (Undertow)
The Devil and the Deep: Horror Stories of the Sea, Ellen Datlow, ed. (Night Shade)
Humanagerie, Sarah Doyle & Allen Ashley, eds. (Eibonvale)
New Fears 2, Mark Morris, ed. (Titan)
This Dreaming Isle, Dan Coxon, ed. (Unsung Stories)

Collection
Winner: All the Fabulous Beasts, Priya Sharma (Undertow)
The Future is Blue, Catherynne M. Valente (Subterranean)
How Long 'til Black Future Month?, N. K. Jemisin (Orbit)
Lost Objects, Marian Womack (Luna)
Octoberland, Thana Niveau (PS Publishing)
Resonance & Revolt, Rosanne Rabinowitz (Eibonvale)

Novella
Winner: The Tea Master and the Detective, Aliette de Bodard (Subterranean)
Binti: The Night Masquerade, Nnedi Okorafor (Tor.com)
Breakwater, Simon Bestwick (Tor)
The Land of Somewhere Safe, Hal Duncan (NewCon)
The Last Temptation of Dr Valentine, John Llewellyn Probert (Black Shuck)
The Only Harmless Great Thing, Brooke Bolander (Tor.com)

Short Story
Winner: “Down Where Sound Comes Blunt”, G. V. Anderson (F&SF Mar/Apr 2018)
“Her Blood the Apples, Her Bones the Trees”, Georgina Bruce (The Silent Garden)
“In the Gallery of Silent Screams”, Carole Johnstone & Chris Kelso (Black Static Sep/Oct 2018)
“A Son of the Sea”, Priya Sharma (All the Fabulous Beasts)
“Telling Stories”, Ruth E. J. Booth (The Dark Dec 2018)
“Thumbsucker”, Robert Shearman (New Fears 2)

Non-fiction
Winner: Noise and Sparks, Ruth E. J. Booth (Shoreline of Infinity)
The Evolution of African Fantasy and Science Fiction, Francesca T. Barbini, ed. (Luna)
The Full Lid, Alasdair Stuart
Ginger Nuts of Horror
Les Vampires, Tim Major (PS Publishing)

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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #191 on: November 13, 2019, 12:48:26 PM »
World Fantasy Awards 2019


Life Achievement
Winner: Hayao Miyazaki
Winner: Jack Zipes

Novel
Winner: Witchmark, C. L. Polk (Tor.com)
In the Night Wood, Dale Bailey (John Joseph Adams)
The Mere Wife, Maria Dahvana Headley (MCD)
The Poppy War, R. F. Kuang (Harper Voyager)
Trail of Lightning, Rebecca Roanhorse (Saga)

Novella
Winner: “The Privilege of the Happy Ending”, Kij Johnson (Clarkesworld Aug 2018)
Beneath the Sugar Sky, Seanan McGuire (Tor.com)
The Black God's Drums, P. Djèlí Clark (Tor.com)
The Only Harmless Great Thing, Brooke Bolander (Tor.com)
The Tea Master and the Detective, Aliette de Bodard (Subterranean)

Short Fiction
Winner (tie): “Like a River Loves the Sky”, Emma Törzs (Uncanny Mar/Apr 2018)
Winner (tie): “Ten Deals with the Indigo Snake”, Mel Kassel (Lightspeed Oct 2018)
“The Court Magician”, Sarah Pinsker (Lightspeed Jan 2018)
“The Ten Things She Said While Dying: An Annotation”, Adam-Troy Castro (Nightmare Jul 2018)
“A Witch's Guide to Escape: A Practical Compendium of Portal Fantasties”, Alix E. Harrow (Apex Feb 2018)

Anthology
Winner: Worlds Seen in Passing, Irene Gallo, ed. (Tor.com)
Best New Horror #28, Stephen Jones, ed. (Drugstore Indian)
The Book of Magic, Gardner Dozois, ed. (Bantam; Harper Voyager UK)
Robots vs Fairies, Dominik Parisien & Navah Wolfe, eds. (Sagan)
Sword and Sonnet, Aidan Doyle, Rachael K. Jones & E. Catherine Tobler, eds. (Ate Bit Bear)

Collection
Winner: The Tangled Lands, Paolo Bacigalupi & Tobias S. Buckell (Saga)
An Agent of Utopia, Andy Duncan (Small Beer)
How Long 'til Black Future Month?, N. K. Jemisin (Orbit)
Phantom Limbs, Margo Lanagan (PS Publishing)
Still So Strange, Amanda Downum (ChiZine)