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« on: June 26, 2016, 03:26:00 PM »
Sinoć dodeljene Lokusove nagrade pred gomilom naroda u havajkama

2016 Locus Awards Winners

— posted Saturday 25 June 2016 @ 2:30 pm PDT
The Locus Science Fiction Foundation announced the winners of the 2016 Locus Awards. on Saturday, June 25, 2016 during the Locus Awards Weekend in Seattle WA.

Ancillary Mercy, Ann Leckie (Orbit US; Orbit UK)
The Water Knife, Paolo Bacigalupi (Borzoi; Orbit UK)
Aurora, Kim Stanley Robinson (Orbit US; Orbit UK)
Seveneves, Neal Stephenson (Morrow)
A Borrowed Man, Gene Wolfe (Tor)

Uprooted, Naomi Novik (Del Rey)
Karen Memory, Elizabeth Bear (Tor)
The House of Shattered Wings, Aliette de Bodard (Roc; Gollancz)
Wylding Hall, Elizabeth Hand (PS; Open Road)
The Fifth Season, N.K. Jemisin (Orbit US; Orbit UK)

The Shepherd’s Crown, Terry Pratchett (Harper; Doubleday UK)
Half a War, Joe Abercrombie (Del Rey; Harper Voyager UK)
Half the World, Joe Abercrombie (Del Rey)
Harrison Squared, Daryl Gregory (Tor)
Shadowshaper, Daniel José Older (Levine)

The Grace of Kings, Ken Liu (Saga)
Sorcerer to the Crown, Zen Cho (Ace; Macmillan UK)
Signal to Noise, Silvia Moreno-Garcia (Solaris)
The Watchmaker of Filigree Street, Natasha Pulley (Bloomsbury US; Bloomsbury UK)
The Sorcerer of the Wildeeps, Kai Ashante Wilson (

Slow Bullets, Alastair Reynolds (Tachyon)
Penric’s Demon, Lois McMaster Bujold (self-published)
‘‘The Citadel of Weeping Pearls’’, Aliette de Bodard (Asimov’s 10-11/15)
‘‘The Four Thousand, the Eight Hundred’’, Greg Egan (Asimov’s 12/15)
Binti, Nnedi Okorafor (

‘‘Black Dog’’, Neil Gaiman (Trigger Warning)
‘‘The Heart’s Filthy Lesson’’, Elizabeth Bear (Old Venus)
‘‘And You Shall Know Her by the Trail of Dead’’, Brooke Bolander (Lightspeed 2/15)
‘‘Folding Beijing’’, Hao Jingfang (Uncanny 1-2/15)
‘‘Another Word for World’’, Ann Leckie (Future Visions)

‘‘Cat Pictures Please’’, Naomi Kritzer (Clarkesworld 1/15)
‘‘Three Cups of Grief, by Starlight’’, Aliette de Bodard (Clarkesworld 1/15)
‘‘Madeleine’’, Amal El-Mohtar (Lightspeed 6/15)
‘‘The Dowager of Bees’’, China Miéville (Three Moments of an Explosion)
‘‘Hungry Daughters of Starving Mothers’’, Alyssa Wong (Nightmare 10/15)

Old Venus, George R.R. Martin & Gardner Dozois, eds. (Bantam)
The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Thirty-second Annual Collection, Gardner Dozois, ed. (St. Martin’s Griffin)
Hanzai Japan: Fantastical, Futuristic Stories of Crime From and About Japan, Nick Mamatas & Masumi Washington, eds. (Haikasoru)
Stories for Chip: A Tribute to Samuel R. Delany, Nisi Shawl & Bill Campbell, eds. (Rosarium)
Meeting Infinity, Jonathan Strahan, ed. (Solaris US; Solaris UK)

Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances, Neil Gaiman (Morrow)
The Best of Gregory Benford, Gregory Benford (Subterranean)
The Best of Nancy Kress, Nancy Kress (Subterranean)
Dancing Through the Fire, Tanith Lee (Fantastic Books)
Three Moments of an Explosion, China Miéville (Macmillan UK; Del Rey 2016)

File 770


David G. Hartwell
John Joseph Adams
Ellen Datlow
Gardner Dozois
Jonathan Strahan

Michael Whelan
Galen Dara
Julie Dillon
Bob Eggleton
John Picacio

Letters to Tiptree, Alisa Krasnostein & Alexandra Pierce, eds. (Twelfth Planet)
The Culture Series of Iain M. Banks, Simone Caroti (McFarland)
Lois McMaster Bujold, Edward James (University of Illinois Press)
Frederik Pohl, Michael R. Page (University of Illinois Press)
Ray Bradbury, David Seed (University of Illinois Press)

Julie Dillon, Julie Dillon’s Imagined Realms, Book 2: Earth and Sky (self-published)
Women of Wonder: Celebrating Women Creators of Fantastic Art, Cathy Fenner, ed. (Underwood)
Spectrum 22: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art, John Fleskes, ed. (Flesk)
Edward Gorey: His Book Cover Art & Design, Steven Heller, ed. (Pomegranate)
The Fantasy Illustration Library, Volume One: Lands & Legends, Malcolm R. Phifer & Michael C. Phifer (Michael Publishing)

The Locus Awards are chosen by a survey of readers in an open online poll that runs from February 1 to April 15. We welcome and invite everyone to vote in the poll. Our recommended list for 2015 can be found here.

Connie Willis was MC for the awards ceremony. Weekend events included author readings with Willis and Stephen Graham Jones; a kickoff Clarion West party honoring first week instructor Paul Park, Clarion West supporters, awards weekend ticket holders, and special guests; panels with leading authors; an autograph session with books available for sale courtesy of University Book Store; and a lunch banquet with the annual Hawai’ian shirt contest, all followed by a Locus party on Saturday night.

For more information about the Locus Awards please visit the 2016 Locus Awards Information Page.


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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2016, 08:32:29 AM »
Tipično… od 5 nominacija nagradu zgrabi jedina koju nisam čitala…  :o

The winners of the 2016 Sir Julius Vogel Awards have been announced. The awards are given annually by The Science Fiction and Fantasy Association of New Zealand (SFFANZ) for excellence in science fiction and fantasy by New Zealanders and New Zealand residents. This year’s awards were presented at Au Contraire 2016.

Best Novel:
Ardus, by Jean Gilbert

Best Youth Novel: Dragons Realm, by Eileen Mueller
Best Novella / Novelette: The Ghost of Matter, by Octavia Cade
Best Short Story: “The Thief’s Tale,” by Lee Murray
Best Collected Work: Write Off Line 2015: The Earth We Knew, by Jean Gilbert, edited by Chad Dick
Best Professional Artwork: Cover for Shortcuts – Track 1, by K.C. Bailey
Best Professional Production/Publication: White Cloud Worlds Anthology 3, edited by Paul Tobin
Best Fan Production/ Publication: Phoenixine, edited by John & Lynelle Howell
Best Fan Writing: John Toon
Best Fan Artwork: Keith Smith, for contributions to Novazine
Best New Talent: Jean Gilbert
Services To Science Fiction, Fantasy And Horror: Marie Hodgkinson
Services to Fandom: Glenn Young


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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #2 on: July 12, 2016, 08:37:01 AM »
World Fantasy Award Nominations

The ballot for this year’s World Fantasy Award has been announced. The winners will be announced at a banquet at the World Fantasy Con held in Columbus, OH the weekend of October 27-30, 2016.


The Buried Giant, by Kazuo Ishiguro
The Fifth Season, by N.K. Jemisin
Uprooted, by Naomi Novik
Savages, by K.J. Parker
The Chimes, by Anna Smaill
A Head Full of Ghosts, by Paul Tremblay

Long Fiction

The Unlicensed Magician, by Kelly Barnhill
“The Pauper Prince and the Eucalyptus Jinn,” by Usman T. Malik
“Guignol” by Kim Newman
“Waters of Versailles” by Kelly Robson
“Farewell Blues,” by Bud Webster

Short Fiction

“The Neurastheniac” by Selena Chambers
“Pockets” by Amal El-Mohtar
“The Heat of Us: Notes Toward an Oral History” by Sam J. Miller
“The Deepwater Bride” by Tamsyn Muir
“Hungry Daughters of Starving Mothers” by Alyssa Wong


The Doll Collection,, edited by Ellen Datlow
Black Wings IV, edited by S.T. Joshi
She Walks in Shadows, edited by Silvia Moreno-Garcia & Paula R. Stiles
Cassilda’s Song, edited by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.
Aickman’s Heirs, edited by Simon Strantzas


Bone Swans, by C.S.E. Cooney
Leena Krohn: Collected Fiction, by Leena Krohn
Skein and Bone, by V.H. Leslie
Get in Trouble, by Kelly Link
Reality by Other Means: The Best Short Fiction of James Morrow, by James Morrow
You Have Never Been Here, by Mary Rickert


Richard Anderson
Galen Dara
Julie Dillon
Kathleen Jennings
Thomas S. Kuebler


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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #3 on: July 12, 2016, 08:38:36 AM »
Sidewise Award Nominees

he Sidewise Award nominees have been announced. Presented to recognize excellence in alternate history and named for Murray Leinster’s 1934 short story “Sidewise in Time,” the winners will be announced at MidAmeriCon II, this year’s Worldcon, in Kansas City, Missouri, on August 20 at 1:00 CT.

Short Form

“Red Legacy,” by Eneasz Brodski
“Elizabethtown,” by Eric Cline
“It Doesn’t Matter Anymore,” by Bill Crider
“Losing Amelia,” by Rev Dicerto
“The Last of Time,” by Ken Poyner
“The Hero of Deadwood,” by James Reasoner

Long Form

The Big Lie, by Julie Mayhew
The British Lion,, by Tony Schumacher
Joe Steele, by Harry Turtledove


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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #4 on: July 12, 2016, 08:39:26 AM »
Shirley Jackson Award Winners

The Shirley Jackson Award winners were announced at Readercon on July 10. The Shirley Jackson Awards were established to recognize outstanding achievement in the literature of psychological suspense, horror, and the dark fantastic.

Novel: Experimental Film, by Gemma Files
Novella: Wylding Hall, by Elizabeth Hand
Novelette: “Even Clean Hands Can Do Damage,” by Steve Duffy
Short Fiction:”The Dying Season,” by Lynda E. Rucker
Single-Author Collection: The Bazaar of Bad Dreams, by Stephen King
Edited Anthology: Aickman’s Heirs, edited by Simon Strantzas


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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #5 on: July 12, 2016, 08:41:04 AM »
Gemmell Nominations

The nominees for the Gemmell Awards for fantasy have been announced. The Gemmell Awards are popularly voted awards. Anyone can vote by visiting the Gemmell Award website. The winners will be announced September 24, 2016 in a ceremony at Fantasycon.

The Legend Award for Best Fantasy Novel

The Dread Wyrm, by Miles Cameron
Son of the Black Sword, by Larry Correia
Gotrek & Felix: Slayer, by David Guymer
Ruin, by John Gwynne
The Liar’s Key, by Mark Lawrence

The Morningstar Award for Best Fantasy Newcomer

Battlemage,, by Stephen Aryan
The Traitor Baru Cormorant, by Seth Dickinson
The Fire Sermon,, by Francesca Haig
Starborn, by Lucy Hounsom
The Vagrant, by Peter Newman
An Ember in the Ashes, by Sabaa Tahir

The Ravenheart Award for Best Fantasy Cover Art

Kerem Beyit for the cover of The Dread Wyrm, by Miles Cameron
Jason Chan for the cover of The Liar’s Key by Mark Lawrence
Larry Elmore & Carol Russo Design for the cover of Son of the Black Sword, by Larry Correia
Raymond Swanland for the cover of Archaon: Lord of Chaos, by Rob Sanders
Paul Young for the cover of Ruin, by John Gwynne


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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #6 on: July 12, 2016, 08:42:11 AM »
Sunburst Nominations

The Sunburst Award for Excellence in Canadian Literature of the Fantastic is presented for the best in Canadian fantastic literature. The awards will be presented on September 14, 2016 and include a prize of Can$1,000 and a trophy. This year’s jurors include Timothy Anderson, Sylvie Bérard, Virginia O’Dine, Dale Sproule, and Myna Wallin.

Adult Fiction

The Little Washer of Sorrows, by Katherine Fawcett
Experimental Film, by Gemma Files
Signal to Noise, by Silvia Moreno-Garcia
Daydreams of Angels, by Heather O’Neill
The Affinities, by Robert Charles Wilson

Young Adult Fiction

An Inheritance of Ashes, by Leah Bobet
Sight Unseen, by David Carroll
The Unquiet, by Mikaela Everett
The Nest, by Kenneth Oppel
Boo, by Neil Smith

Short Story

“La Héron,” by Charlotte Ashley
“The Glad Hosts,” by Rebecca Campbell
“Stuck in the Past,” by Mike Donoghue
“Hide and Seek,” by Catherine A. MacLeod
“Two-Year Man,” by Kelly Robson
“Get the Message,” by Peter Wendt


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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #7 on: July 13, 2016, 09:03:18 AM »
Prometheus Award

The winners of the Prometheus Award, given for libertarian science fiction, have announced the winner of the Novel award. The award will be presented at MidAmeriCon II, this year’s worldcon, in Kansas City, August 21.

Best Novel: Seveneves, by Neal Stephenson

Hall of Fame Award: Courtship Rite, by Donald M. Kingsbury (1982)


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« Reply #8 on: August 10, 2016, 08:04:25 AM »
WSFA Finalists

The finalists for the 2016 Washington Science Fiction Association (WSFA) Small Press Awards have been announced. The awards are given annually to recognize excellence in short fiction originally published in small press venues. This year’s winners will be announced October 7-9 at Capclave.

    “The Art of Deception,” by Stephanie Burgis
    “Burn Her,” by Tanith Lee
    “Cat Pictures Please,” by Naomi Kritzer
    “The Empress in Her Glory,” by Robert Reed
    “The Haunting of Apollo A7LB,” by Hannu Rajaniemi
    “”Headspace,” by Beth Davis Cato
    “Leashing the Muse,” by Larry Hodges
    “Leftovers,” by Leona Wisoker
    “Today I Am Paul,” by Martin L. Shoemaker


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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #9 on: August 10, 2016, 08:05:23 AM »
Mythopoeic Winners

The winners of the 2016 Mythopoeic Society Awards were announced on August 7 at Mythcon 47 in San Antonio, TX.

    Fantasy Awards, Adult Literature: Uprooted, by Naomi Novik
    Fantasy Awards, Children’s Literature: Castle Hangnail, by Ursula Vernon
    Scholarship Awards, Inklings Studies: Charles Williams: The Third Inkling, by Grevel Lindop
    Scholarship Awards, Myth and Fantasy Studies: The Evolution of Modern Fantasy: From Antiquarianism to the Ballantine Adult Fantasy Series, by Jamie Williamson


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« Reply #10 on: August 15, 2016, 07:33:30 AM »
Dragon Awards

Dragon Con has announced the nominees for the first Dragon Awards. Anyone can register on their website to vote prior to the deadline. This year’s nominees appeared between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016. The winners will be announced at Dragon Con.

Best Science Fiction Novel

Agent of the Imperium, by Marc Miller
Ancillary Mercy, by Ann Leckie
Aurora, by Kim Stanley Robinson
The Life Engineered, by J-F Dubeau
Raising Caine, by Charles E. Gannon
Somewhither: A Tale of the Unwitheriing Realm, by John C. Wright

Best Fantasy Novel (Including Paranormal)

Asteroid Made of Dragons, by G. Derek Adams
Blood Hound, by James Osiris Baldwin
Changeling’s Island, by Dave Freer
The Cinder Spires: The Aeronaut’s Windlass, by Jim Butcher
The Fifth Season, by N.K. Jemisin
Grave Measures, by R.R. Virdi
Son of the Black Sword, by Larry Correia

Best Young Adult / Middle Grade Novel

Calamity, by Brandon Sanderson
Carry On, by Rainbow Rowell
Changeling’s Island, by Dave Freer
The Shepherd’s Crown, by Terry Pratchett
Six of Crows, by Leigh Bardugo
Steeplejack, by A.J. Hartley
Trix and the Faerie Queen, by Alethea Kontis
Updraft, by Fran Wilde

Best Military Science Fiction or Fantasy Novel

Allies and Enemies: Fallen, by Amy J. Murphy
Blood in the Water, by Taylor Anderson
Chains of Command, by Marko Kloos
The End of All Things, by John Scalzi
Hell’s Foundations Quiver, by David Weber
The Price of Valor, by Django Wexler
Wrath of an Angry God: A Military Space Opera, by Gibson Michaels

Best Alternate History Novel

1635: A Parcel of Rogues, by Eric Flint & Andrew Dennis
1636: The Cardinal Virtues, by Eric Flint & Walter H. Hunt
Bombs Away: The Hot War, by Harry Turtledove
Deadlands: Ghostwalkers, by Jonathan Maberry
Germanica, by Robert Conroy
League of Dragons, by Naomi Novik

Best Apocalyptic Novel

Chasing Freedom, by Marina Fontaine
Ctrl Alt Revolt!, by Nick Cole
Dark Age, by Felix O. Hartmann
The Desert and the Blade, by S.M. Stirling
The Fifth Season, by N.K. Jemisin
A Time to Die, by Mark Wandrey

Best Horror Novel

Alice, by Christina Henry
Chapelwood, by Cherie Priest
Disappearance at Devil’s Rock, by Paul Tremblay
Honor at Stake, by Declan Finn
Souldancer, by Brian Niemeier
An Unattractive Vampire, by Jim McDoniel

Best Comic Book

Astro City
Civil War II
DC Universe: Rebirth
Ms. Marvel

Best Graphic Novel

Chicago, by Glenn Head
Killing and Dying, by Adrian Tomine
March: Book Two, by John Lewis & Andrew Aydin
Sacred Heart, by Liz Suburbia
The Sandman: Overture, by Neil Gaiman
Virgil, by Steve Orlando

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy TV Series

Doctor Who
The Expanse
The Flash
Game of Thrones
Jessica Jones

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy Movie

Captain America: Civil War
Crimson Peak
The Martian
Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy PC / Console Game

Darkest Dungeon, by Red Hook Studios
Fallout 4, by Bethesda Softworks
Metal Gear Solid V, by Konami Digital Entertainment
Overwatch, by Blizzard Entertainment
Undertale, by Toby Fox
XCOM 2, by 2k Games

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy Mobile Game

Fallout Shelter, by Bethesda Softworks
Hyper Burner, by Patrick Cook
Quaser One, by Emre Taskin
PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist, by Outerminds Inc.
Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes, by Electronic Arts

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy Board Game

Blood Rage, by Cool Mini or Not
Codenames, by Vlaada Chvatil
Monopoly: CTHULHU, by USAopoly
Pandemic: Legacy, by ZMan Games
Star Wars: Rebellion, by Fantasy Flight Games
Talon, by GMT Games

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy Miniatures / Collectible Card / Role-Playing Game

Call of Cthulhu Roleplaying Game (7th Edition), by Chaosium Inc.
Deluxe Tunnels & Trolls, by Flying Buffalo
Magic the Gathering: Shadows over Innistrad, by Wizards of the Coast
Magic the Gathering: Battle of Zendikar, by Wizards of the Coast
Mouse Guard 2nd Edition, by David Petersen & Luke Crane
Star Wars: Armada, by Fantasy Flight Games


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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #11 on: August 15, 2016, 09:44:09 PM »
Hm. Ovo mu dođe Hugo sa više podkategorija. Best of luck.


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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #12 on: August 19, 2016, 07:46:32 AM »
Hm. Ovo mu dođe Hugo sa više podkategorija. Best of luck.

Evo šta čika Liptak kaže o tome:

The first ever Dragon Awards shortlist aims to be the next major award for science fiction fans

DragonCon, Atlanta Georgia’s annual science fiction and fantasy convention turns 30 this year, and with the anniversary, they’ve instituted a new genre award: the Dragon Award. The convention’s organizers released the nominee ballot yesterday, and it’s an intriguing list of works that might end up being a bit of a compromise between various factions within fandom.

In 2014 and 2015, an argument had begun to brew within the science fiction community. A group of fans had begun to take issue with the Hugo Awards: science fiction’s top honor. Calling themselves the Sad Puppies, they felt that the award was becoming less accessible to fandom at large, confined to a smaller group that were pushing a political and social agenda. On the other side of the argument, other fans applauded some of the most diverse nominee shortlists that the award had ever seen, with some fantastic stories and authors getting tipped for the genre’s top honors.

In the lead-up to the 2015 awards, the argument got heated, and after two conservative-leaning groups of fans gamed the nominee ballot to place a narrow selection up for vote, a number of nominated works weren’t even awarded a prize: "No Award" earned the top number of votes.

In the aftermath, a new award emerged from the crowded field: the Dragon Award, which will be awarded during this year’s DragonCon in Atlanta, Georgia. Like the Hugos, this award would be driven by fan participation: they would nominate their favorite works, and vote on the final shortlist. Unlike the Hugo Awards, which require a paid membership to vote, the Dragon Awards were a completely free process.

Given the nature of this award’s selection process, and the heated environment from which it came, this award could have easily been dismissed as an attempt for disgruntled fans to create their own award, reflecting their own slate of nominees. Looking over the award ballot, however, that doesn’t appear to be the case. Works such as Ancillary Mercy by Ann Leckie and The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin each made the list, which was a bit surprising: their works have been held up as representations for everything that was wrong with genre fiction from certain quarters.

On the other side, authors who have sold well commercially, such as Larry Correia and Jim Butcher made this list, as well as a number of self-published works, which often have a difficult time getting onto the shortlists for the Hugo and Nebula awards.

There are some major differences between this and the 2016 Hugo Award ballot. The Dragon Award includes several forms of gaming, while it ignores the short-fiction field entirely. It splits the genre into several recognizable categories such as Alternate History and Military Science Fiction/Fantasy, which allows for a wider selection of works to have a chance at getting the award.

With the Hugo Awards being issued next weekend at the World Science Fiction convention, and with the Dragon Awards being awarded on September 5th at DragonCon, it will be interesting to see which books walk away with their respective prizes.


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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #13 on: August 22, 2016, 07:59:34 AM »
Hugo Awards

The Hugo Award winners were announced at MidAmeriCon II on August 20 at a ceremony toastmastered by Pat Cadigan and Jan Siegel.

Best Novel: The Fifth Season, by N.K. Jemisin
Best Novella: Binti, by Nnedi Okorafor
Best Novelette: “Folding Beijing,” by Jingfang Hao, trans. Ken Liu
Best Short Story: “Cat Pictures Please,” by Naomi Kritzer
Best Related Work: No Award
Best Graphic Story: The Sandman: Overture, by Neil Gaiman and J.H. Williams
Best Dramatic Presentation (Long Form): The Martian
Best Dramatic Presentation (Short Form): Jessica Jones: “A.K.A. Smile”
Best Editor (Long Form): Sheila E. Gilbert
Best Editor (Short Form): Ellen Datlow
Best Professional Artist: Abigail Larson
Best Semiprozine: Uncanny Magazine
Best Fanzine: File 770
Best Fancast: No Award
Best Fan Writer: Mike Glyer
Best Fan Artist: Steve Stiles
John W. Campbell Award: Andy Weir


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Re: Nagrade
« Reply #14 on: August 22, 2016, 08:00:53 AM »
Sidewise Winners

The Sidewise Awards for Alternate History winners have been announced at MidAmeriCon II following a discussion of alternate history featuring several past winners for the 20th anniversary presentation of the award.

Short Form: “It Doesn’t Matter Anymore,” by Bill Crider
Long Form: The Big Lie, by Julie Mayhew