Julius Vogel Winners

The winners of the Julius Vogel Awards were announce at ConClave 2 in Wellington on April 26. The award is given to citizens or permanent residents of New Zealand and voted on by members of the New Zealand National Convention.

  • Best Novel: Heartwood, by Freya Robertson
  • Best YA Novel: Raven Flight, by Juliet Marillier
  • Best Novella / Novellete: Cave Fever, by Lee Murray
  • Best Short Story: “By bone-Light,” by Juliet Marillier
  • Best Collected Work: Baby Teeth, edited by Dan Rabarts and Lee Murray
  • Best Professional Artwork: Cover of Regeneration: New Zealand Speculative Fiction 2, by Emma Weakley
  • Best Dramatic Presentation: The Almighty Johnsons, Season 3
  • Best Professional Production/Publication: WearableArt
  • Best Fan Writing (tie): Alan Parker for “Presidential Address” in Novazine and Lynelle Howell for “Presidential Sweet” and “DuhVice” in Phoenixzines
  • Best Fan Artwork: Held Over to 2015
  • Best Fan Production/Publication: Phoenixine edited by John & Lynelle Howell
  • Best New Talent: Dan Rabarts
  • Services to Fandom: The League of Victorian Imagineers
  • Services to Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror: Helen Lowe

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Julius Vogel Winners

The winners of the Julius Vogel Awards were announce at Au Contraire in Wellington on August 29. The award is given to citizens or permanent residents of New Zealand and voted on by members of the New Zealand National Convention.

  • Best Novel: Beyond The Wall Of Time, by Russell Kirkpatrick
  • Best YA Novel: Brainjack, by Brian Falkner
  • Best Novella / Novellete: Wives, by Paul Haines
  • Best Short Story (tie): “Corrigan’s Exchange,” by Ripley Patton and “The Living Dead Boy,” by Grant Stone
  • Best Collected Work: Voyagers: Science Fiction Poetry from New Zealand, edited by Mark Pirie and Tim Jones
  • Best Artwork: The Test, by Serena Kearns
  • Best Dramatic Presentation: Under The Mountain
  • Best Professional Publication: Semaphore Magazine, edited by Marie Hodgkinson
  • Best New Talent: Simon Petrie
  • Best Fan Writing: Simon Litten for SJV Watch and SFFANZ Reviews
  • Best Fan Production: Coals to Newcastle (Short Film), by Yvonne Harrison
  • Fan Publication (tie): Phoenixine, edited by John & Lynelle Howell; Time Space Visualiser, edited by Adam McGechen
  • Services to Fandom: David Lee Smith, the founder of the Upper Hutt Science Fiction Club
  • Services to Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror: Philip Mann

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