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Finisterra Wins Sturgeon Award

Congrats to David Moles, whose story from F&SF, "Finisterra" (Dec. 2007), has won the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award, which is given annually to the best science fiction short story, novelette or novella of the year. It was presented this weekend at the 2008 Campbell Conference in Lawrence, Kansas. (Note: "Finisterra" actually tied with "Tidelines" by Elizabeth Bear, so technically both won.)  Other F&SF stories tied for second place: between "Memorare" by Gene Wolfe (Apr. 2007) and "The Master Miller’s Tale" by Ian R. MacLeod (May 2007).

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  1. Theodore Sturgeon award - Forbidden Planet Blog on September 9th, 2013

    [...] Fantasy & Science Fiction reports that this year’s Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award was a tie, with David Moles’ short story Finisterra, which was published in F&SF in December of last year, winning jointly with Elizabeth Bear’s Tidelines. Second place was again a tie with Gene Wolfe’s Memorare and Ian R MacLeod’s The Master Miller’s Tale sharing the win. The award, given for the best short science fiction story, novella or novelette, was announced at the 2008 Campbell Conference. [...]

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