Atorox Awards

The Atorox Award, presented for best Finnish story of the previous year, was presented during the Hugo Ceremony at Worldcon 75 in Helsinki on August 11.

  • Atorox Award: “Itkevän taivaan temppeli,” by Maiju Ihalainen (“The Temple of Heavenly Tears”)

Finnish SF Awards

A variety of Finnish science fiction awards were presented at Finncon 2016. The Atorox Award is presented for best Finnish story of the previous year, the Tähtifantasia Award is for best book translated into Finnish.

  • Atorox Award: “Kaunis Ululian,” by Magdalena Hai (“Beautiful Ululian”)
  • Tähtifantasia Award: Kanelipuodit ja muita kertomuksia, by Shaun Tan (Tales from Outer Suburbia)
  • Tähtivaeltaja Award: Uusi maa, by Margaret Atwood (MaddAddam)

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Finnish Award Season

A variety of Finnish science fiction awards were presented at Finncon 2014. The Atorox Award is presented for best Finnish story of the previous year, the Tähtifantasia Award is for best book translated into Finnish, the Nova Award is for writers who haven’t published a book, and the Kosmoskynä award is for achievement in advancing Finnish science fiction.

  • Atorox Award: “Mare Nostrum,” by Jussie Katajala (“The Winds Get Stronger Tomorrow”)
  • Tähtifantasia Award: Kanelipuodit ja muita kertomuksia, by Bruno Schulz
  • Nova Award: Ugrilainen tapaus, Tuukka Tenhunen
  • Kosmoskynä Award: Pasi Karppanen

For more information about the Atorox Award
For more information about the Tähtifantasia Award
For more information about the Nova Award
For more information about the Kosmoskynä Award