Endeavor Award Winner

Laurie Frankel won this year’s Endeavour Award for her novel Goodbye For Now. The winner was announced at Orycon and the award comes with a $1,000 prize and an engraved glass plaque. The Endeavour Award was established to recognize works of SF by authors working and living in the Pacific Northwest. The judges for the 2013 Award were Noreen Doyle, Susan Forest and John Scalzi.

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Endeavour Nominees

The nominees for the Endeavour Award have been announced. The award is annually given to a novel or single-author collection written by an author with ties to the Pacific Northwest. The judges for the award are Noreen Doyle, Susan Forest, and John Scalzi. The winner will be announced on November 8, 2013 at OryCon35 in Portland OR.

  • Goodbye For Now, by Laurie Frankel
  • Costume Not Included, by Matthew Hughes
  • After the Fall, Before the Fall, During the Fall, by Nancy Kress
  • The Blinding Knife, by Brent Weeks
  • Amped, by Daniel H. Wilson

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Endeavour Award Winner

Kristine Kathryn Rusch won this year’s Endeavour Award for her novel City of Ruins. The winner was announced at Orycon and the award comes with a $1,000 prize and an engraved glass plaque. The Endeavour Award was established to recognize works of SF by authors working and living in the Pacific Northwest. The judges for the 2011 Award were Gregory Benford, Lawrence M. Schoen, and Susan Shwartz.

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Endeavour Nominees

The nominees for the 2012 Endeavour Awards, to be presented at OryCon 34 for fiction written by Pacific Northwest authors, have been announced. The award includes a grant of $1,000. This year’s panel of judges includes Gregory Benford, Lawrence M. Schoen, and Susan Shwartz.

  • Anna Dressed in Blood, by Kendare Blake
  • City of Ruins, by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
  • River Marked, by Patricia Briggs
  • Robopocalypse, by Daniel H. Wilson
  • When The Saints, by Dave Duncan

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Endeavour Award Winner

Cherie Priest won this year’s Endeavour Award for her novel Dreadnought. The winner was announced at Orycon and the award comes with a $1,000 prize and an engraved glass plaque. The Endeavour Award was established to recognize works of SF by authors working and living in the Pacific Northwest. The judges for the 2011 Award were Bud Sparhawk, John Joseph Adams, and Jo Walton.

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Endeavour Award Nominations

The nominees for the 2010 Endeavour Awards, to be presented at OryCon 33 for fiction written by Pacific Northwest authors, have been announced. The award includes a grant of $1,000. This year’s panel of judges includes John Joseph Adams, Bud Sparhawk, and Jo Walton.

  • A Cup of Normal, by Devon Monk
  • The Bards of Bone Plain, by Patricia McKillip
  • Black Prism, by Brent Weeks
  • Dreadnought, by Cherie Priest

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Endeavour Award Nominations

The nominees for the 2009 Endeavour Awards, to be presented at OryCon 32 for fiction written by Pacific Northwest authors, have been announced. The award includes a grant of $1,000. This year’s panel of judges included Robin Wayne Bailey, Laura Anne Gilman, and Madeleine Robins.

  • City Without End, by Kay Kenyon
  • Eyes Like Sky and Coal and Moonlight, by Cat Rambo
  • Hunting Ground, by Patricia Briggs
  • Mind Over Ship, by David Marusek
  • Push of the Sky, by Camille Alexa

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Endeavour Award

The 2009 Endeavour Award was presented at Orycon the weekend of November 27. This year’s award, which is given annually for works by authors with a tie to the Pacific Northwest, went to David D. Levine for his collection Space Magic. The award includes a plaque and a prize of $1,000. Judges for this year’s award were Joe Haldeman, John Helfers, and Sarah Zettel.

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Endeavour Nominees

This year’s Endeavour Nominees have been announced. The Endeavour Award is presented annually by Oregon Science Fiction Conventions, Inc. with the winners announced at Orycon, in November. The award honors a science fiction or fantasy book published by an author or authors with a connection to the Pacific Northwest. This year’s nominees include:

  • Anathem, by Neal Stephenson
  • Ill Met in the Arena, by Dave Duncan
  • Long Walks, Last Flights and Other Stories, by Ken Scholes
  • Space Magic, by David D. Levine
  • A World Too Near: Book Two of the Entire and the Rose, by Kay Kenyon

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