Two shortlists in one day, as the BSFA Awards shortlists were also announced yesterday. Another interesting set of nominations. And for the second time, Paul Kincaid, Karen Burnham and I are all up against one another in the Best Non-Fiction category.
Richard Anderson for the cover of Mirror Empire by Kameron Hurley, published by Angry Robot Books.
Blacksheep for the cover of Bête by Adam Roberts, published by Gollancz
Tessa Farmer for her sculpture The Wasp Factory, after Iain Banks.
Jeffery Alan Love for the cover of Wolves by Simon Ings, published by Gollancz
Andy Potts for the cover of Mars Evacuees by Sophia McDougall, published by Egmont
Paul Kincaid for Call and Response, published by Beccon Books
Jonathan McCalmont for ‘Deep Forests and Manicured Gardens: A Look at Two New Short Fiction Magazines’
Edward James, for Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers and the First World War
Strange Horizons: Nina Allan, Dan Hartland, Martin Lewis, Juliet McKenna, Kari Sperring, Maureen Kincaid Speller for The State of British SF and Fantasy: A Symposium
Karen Burnham for Greg Egan, published by University of Illinois Press
Best Short Fiction:
Ruth E J Booth for “The Honey Trap”, published in La Femme, Newcon Press
Octavia Cade for The Mussel Eater, published by The Book Smugglers
Benjanun Sriduangkaew for Scale Bright, published by Immersion Press
Nina Allan, for The Race, published by Newcon Press
Frances Hardinge, for Cuckoo Song, published by Macmillan
Dave Hutchinson, for Europe in Autumn, published by Solaris
Simon Ings, for Wolves, published by Gollancz
Ann Leckie, for Ancilliary Sword, published by Orbit
Claire North, for The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August, published by Orbit
Nnedi Okorafor, for Lagoon, published by Hodder
Neil Williamson, for The Moon King, published by Newcon Press