The nominees for the Arthur C. Clarke Award, for the best science fiction novel that received
its first British publication in 1997, have been announced. The winner, who receives an engraved
bookend and a prize of £1000 donated by Arthur C. Clarke, will be announced at a ceremony
at the Science Museum in London later this spring.
This is the 12th year of the Clarke Awards. Last year's winner was Amitav Ghosh's The Calcutta Syndrome. Previous winners include Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale (1986), Geoff Ryman's The Child Garden (1989), Paul J. McAuley's Fairyland (1995), and two books by Pat Cadigan -- Synners (1991) and Fools (1994).
Paul Kincaid (chair/administrator)
Dr. Andrew M. Butler (BSFA)
Farah Mendelsohn (SF Foundation)
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