Campbell and Sturgeon Winners

The winners of the Campbell and Sturgeon Awards were announced on June 14 at the Campbell Conference in Lawrence Kansas. Both are juried awards, with the Campbell being presented for the Best SF Novel and the Sturgeon for Best Short Story. The presentation will be held at Lawrence, Kansas.

  • John W. Campbell Award: Jack Glass, by Adam Roberts
  • Theodore Sturgeon Award: “The Grinnell Method,” by Molly Gloos

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John W. Campbell Award Nominees

The nominees for the John W. Campbell Awards have been announced. The award will be presented at the Campbell Conference and Awards Ceremony in Lawrence, KS on the weekend of July 5-8. The award is selected by a jury consisting of Gregory Benford, Paul Di Filippo, Sheila Finch, James Gunn, Elizabeth Anne Hull, Paul Kincaid, Christopher McKitterick, Pamela Sargent, and T.A. Shippey.

  • Ready Player One, by Ernest Cline
  • This Shared Dream, by Kathleen Ann Goonan
  • Soft Apocalypse, by Will McIntosh
  • Embassytown, by China Miéville
  • The Islanders, by Christopher Priest
  • The Highest Frontier, by Joan Slonczewski
  • Dancing with Bears, by Michael Swanwick
  • Osama, by Lavie Tidhar
  • Robopocalypse, by Daniel H. Wilson
  • Home Fires, by Gene Wolfe
  • Seed, by Rob Ziegler

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Sturgeon and Campbell Winners

The winners of the Campbell and Sturgeon Awards have been announced. Both are juried awards, with the Campbell being presented for the Best SF Novel and the Sturgeon for Best Short Story. The presentation was held during the Campbell Conference at Lawrence, Kansas.

  • John W. Campbell Award: The Dervish House, by Ian McDonald
  • Theodore Sturgeon Award: “The Sultan of the Clouds,” by Geoffrey A. Landis

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Campbell and Sturgeon Winners Announced

Although the Campbell Conference is not scheduled to take place until the weekend of July 16-18, the winners of the Campbell and Sturgeon Awards have been announced. Both are juried awards, with the Campbell being presented for the Best SF Novel and the Sturgeon for Best Short Story. The presentation will be held at Lawrence, Kansas. Both winning authors will attend the ceremony.

  • John W. Campbell Award: The Windup Girl, by Paolo Bacigalupi
  • Theodore Sturgeon Award: Shambling Towards Hiroshima, by James Morrow

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Hugo Packets

Aussiecon 4 has released a Hugo Voter packet with works and samples from numerous Hugo and Campbell nominees. The packet is available for download by Aussiecon 4 members. Download information will be sent out to members beginning this week. The Hugo voting process for works published or otherwise released in 2009 is open to supporting and attending members of Aussiecon 4, the 68th World Science Fiction Convention. In order to participate, you must purchase an Aussiecon 4 membership by 31 July 2010 23:59 PDT.

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Campbell and Sturgeon Winners Named

Although the Campbell Conference is not scheduled to take place until the weekend of July 9-12, the winners of the Campbell and Sturgeon Awards have been announced, with a tie for the Campbell Award. Both are juried awards, with the Campbell being presented for the Best SF Novel and the Sturgeon for Best Short Story. The presentation will be held at Lawrence, Kansas.

  • John W. Campbell Award: (tie) Little Brother, by Cory Doctorow and Song of Time, by Ian MacDonald
  • Theodore Sturgeon Award: “The Ray Gun: A Love Story,” by James Alan Gardner

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Jown W. Campbell Award Nominees

The nominees for the John W. Campbell Award, presented for best science-fiction novel of the year, the winner will be announced during the Campbell Conference Awards Banquet at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas. This year’s banquet will take place the weekend of July 9 – 12. The Campbell Award is selected by a jury which currently consists of Gregory Benford, Paul A. Carter, James Gunn, Elizabeth Anne Hull, Paul Kincaid, Christopher McKitterick, Pamela Sargent, and T.A. Shippey.

  • Anathem, by Neal Stephenson
  • City at the End of Time, by Greg Bear
  • Little Brother, by Cory Doctorow
  • The Philosopher’s Apprentice, by James Morrow
  • Song of Time, by Ian MacLeod
  • Valley of Day-Glo, by Nick Di Chario

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