2024 Mythopoeic Award Finalists
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by Dave Post
3d ago
The Mythopoeic Society has announced the finalists for the 2024 Mythopoeic Award. For Adult Literature they are: Bookshops & Bonedust by Travis Baldree (Tor) Monk & Robot Series by Becky Chambers (Tordotcom) Emily Wilde’s Encyclopaedia of Faeries by Heather Fawcett (Del Rey) A Market of Dreams and Destiny by Trip Galey (Titan) Adam Binder Trilogy by David R. Slayton (Blackstone) Ink Blood Sister Scribe by Emma Törzs (William Morrow) Our congrats to all the finalists. See Locus online for details on the other categories. Winners will be announced August 2-5, 2024 ..read more
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2023 Bram Stoker Award Winner
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by Dave Post
3d ago
The Horror Writers Association have announced the 2023 Bram Stoker Award winners. The winner for Superior Achievement in a Novel is: The Reformatory by Tananarive Due (Saga) Our congrats to Tananarive Due and all the nominees. How to Sell a Haunted House by Grady Hendrix (Berkley) Don’t Fear the Reaper by Stephen Graham Jones (Saga) Lone Women by Victor LaValle (One World) Camp Damascus by Chuck Tingle (Tor Nightfire/MacMillan/Titan) Black River Orchard by Chuck Wendig (Del Rey) See the complete list of winners in all categories at Locus. What do you think of this result ..read more
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2024 Locus Awards Finalists
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by Dave Post
3w ago
The finalists for the 2024 Locus Awards have been announced. Here they are for the novel categories: Locus Science Fiction Novel: The Jinn-Bot of Shantiport by Samit Basu (Tordotcom) A Fire Born of Exile by Aliette de Bodard (Gollancz; JAB Books) Red Team Blues by Cory Doctorow (Tor; Ad Astra) Furious Heaven by Kate Elliott (Ad Astra; Tor) Translation State by Ann Leckie (Orbit US; Orbit UK) The Terraformers by Annalee Newitz (Tor; Orbit UK) Starter Villain by John Scalzi (Tor; Tor UK) Lords of Uncreation by Adrian Tchaikovsky (Orbit US; Tor UK) System Collapse by Martha Wells (Tor ..read more
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Ex Libris WWEnd: I’m Starting to Worry About This Black Box of Doom by Jason Pargin
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by Dave Post
1M ago
I’m Starting to Worry About This Black Box of Doom by Jason Pargin St. Martin’s Press | September 24, 2024 A standalone darkly humorous thriller set in modern America’s age of anxiety, by New York Times bestselling author Jason Pargin. Outside Los Angeles, a driver pulls up to find a young woman sitting on a large black box. She offers him $200,000 cash to transport her and that box across the country, to Washington, DC. But there are rules: He cannot look inside the box. He cannot ask questions. He cannot tell anyone. They must leave immediately. He must leave all trackable devices behind. As ..read more
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2024 Aurora Awards Finalists
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by Dave Post
1M ago
The 2024 Aurora Awards finalists have been announced, celebrating the “best works and activities done by Canadians in 2023.” The nominees in the Best Novel category are: The Valkyrie by Kate Heartfield (HarperVoyager) Bad Cree by Jessica Johns (HarperCollins Canada) Silver Nitrate by Silvia Moreno-Garcia (Del Rey) Moon of the Turning Leaves by Waubgeshig Rice (Random House Canada) The Marigold by Andrew F. Sullivan (ECW) Locus has the list of finalists in all categories. Our congrats to all the nominees. What do you think of this list? Anything there look good to you ..read more
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2024 Prometheus Award Finalists
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by Dave Post
1M ago
The Libertarian Futurist Society has announced the finalists for the 2024 Prometheus Award, honoring pro-freedom works published in 2023. Theft of Fire by Devon Eriksen (self-published) Swim Among The People by Karl K. Gallagher (Kelt Haven) God’s Girlfriend by Dr. Insensitive Jerk (self-published) Lord of a Shattered Land by Howard Andrew Jones (Baen) Critical Mass by Daniel Suarez (Dutton) Our congrats to all the nominees. What looks good to you on this list ..read more
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2023 Aurealis Awards Finalists
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by Dave Post
1M ago
The finalists for the 2023 Aurealis Awards have been announced. The nominees in the SF, Fantasy, and Horror novel categories are: BEST SCIENCE FICTION NOVEL Minds of Sand and Light by Kylie Chan (HarperCollins) The Comforting Weight of Water by Roanna McClelland (Wakefield) Aliens: Bishop by T.R. Napper (Titan) Dronikus by Marko Newman (AndAlso) Time of the Cat by Tansy Rayner Roberts (self-published) Traitor’s Run by Keith Stevenson (coeur de lion) BEST FANTASY NOVEL Shadow Baron by Davinia Evans (Orbit / Hachette) The Will of the Many by James Islington (Text) The Sinister B ..read more
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Guest Post: L. Ron Hubbard Presents: Writers of the Future, Volume 40
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by Dave Post
2M ago
The month of April is half finished, and I suspect I’m not the only one wondering how a month could rush by so fast. Whether we are busy with work, family, or creative endeavors it seems there is little time for recreation, and the time we do have is easily sucked away by less intentional sinks, like the exhausted scroll of social media, so while I have been anxiously awaiting the latest Volume of Writers of the Future, I admit I was reticent and slow to start reading my ARC copy. I knew it would be good based on past volumes, but my fatigue and the demands of my ever-refilling list of projec ..read more
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2024 Philip K. Dick Award Winner
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by Dave Post
2M ago
The winner of the 2024 Philip K. Dick Award for distinguished original science fiction paperback published for the first time during 2023 in the USA is: These Burning Stars by Bethany Jacobs (Orbit) Special Citation was awarded to The Museum of Human History by Rebekah Bergman (Tin House) The PKD Award was presented at Norwescon 46, March 28-31. Our congrats to the winners and all the nominees. Danged Black Thing by Eugen Bacon (Apex) Infinity Gate by M. R. Carey (Orbit) Wild Spaces by S. L. Coney (Tordotcom) Where Rivers Go to Die by Dilman Dila (Rosarium ..read more
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2023 BSFA Award Winner
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by Dave Post
2M ago
The British Science Fiction Association has announced the winners of the BSFA Awards for works published in 2022. In the Best Novel category the winner is The Green Man’s Quarry by Juliet McKenna (Wizard Tower). Our congrats to Juliet McKenna and all the nominees: Descendant Machine by Gareth L. Powell (Titan) Airside by Christopher Priest (Gollancz) HIM by Geoff Ryman (Angry Robot) Shigidi and the Brass Head of Obalufon by Wole Talabi (Gollancz) See the winners for all categories over on Locus. What do you think of this result ..read more
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