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« Reply #600 on: 03-06-2015, 09:11:25 »
The nominees for the Gemmell Awards for fantasy have been announced. The Gemmell Awards are popularly voted awards. Anyone can vote by visiting the Gemmell Award website. The winners will be announced August 8, 2015 in a ceremony at Nine Worlds Geekfest.

The Legend Award for Best Fantasy Novel:

•Half a King, by Joe Abercrombie
•Valour, by John Gwynne
•Prince of Fools, by Mark Lawrence
•Words of Radiance, by Brandon Sanderson
•The Broken Eye, by Brent Weeks

The Morningstar Award for Best Fantasy Newcomer:
•Traitor’s Blade, by Sebastien de Castell
•The Mirror Empire, by Kameron Hurley
•The Godless, by Ben Peek
•The Emperor’s Blades, by Brian Staveley
•Age of Iron, by Angus Watson

The Ravenheart Award for Best Fantasy Cover Art:

•Laura Brett for The Slow Regard of Silent Things
•Mike Bryan for Half a King
•Jason Chan for Prince of Fools
•Sam Green for Words of Radiance
•Jackie Morris for The Fool’s Assassin

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« Reply #601 on: 03-06-2015, 09:12:17 »
The nominees for the fourth annual Cóyotl Awards, honoring excellence in anthropomorphic fiction, have been announced by the Furry Writers’ Guild. Voting is open through August 15.

Best Novel
•The Bees, by Laline Paull
•Bête, by Adam Roberts
•Off the Beaten Path, by Rukis

Best Novella
•“Going Concerns,” by Watts Martin
•“Huntress,” by Renee Carter Hall
•“The Mysterious Affair of Giles,” by Kyell Gold

Best Short Story
•“Cold Scent,” by Alice Dryden
•“Jackalope Wives,” by Ursula Vernon
•“Pavlov’s House,” by Malcolm Cross

Best Anthology
•Abandoned Places, edited by Tarl “Voice” Hoch
•Tales from the Guild: Music to Your Ears, edited by AnthroAquatic

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« Reply #602 on: 03-06-2015, 09:13:17 »
The annual Lambda Awards for LGBT literature were presented on June 1, in New York City at the 27th Annual Lambda Literary Awards Ceremony. The winner of genre interest are listed below.

•Graphic Novel: Second Avenue Caper, by Joyce Brabner, Art by Mark Zingarelli
•SF/Fantasy/Horror: Bitter Waters, by Chaz Brenchley

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« Reply #603 on: 05-06-2015, 08:48:49 »
The nominees for the Mythopoeic Awards have been announced. In addition to fiction awards for adult and children’s literature, the awards also recognize scholarship in fantasy literature and Inkling studies. The winners of this year’s awards will be announced during Mythcon 46, during the weekend of July 31-August 3, in Colorado Springs.

Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for Adult Literature

•Tales from Rugosa Coven, by Sarah Avery
•The Angel of Losses, by Stephanie Feldman
•Songs for Ophelia, by Theodora Goss
•The Gospel of Loki, by Joanne M. Harris
•Locke & Key series, consisting of Vol. 1: Welcome to Lovecraft; Vol. 2: Head Games; Vol. 3: Crown of Shadow; Vol.4: Keys to the Kingdom; Vol. 5: Clockworks; and Vol. 6: Alpha & Omega, by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez


Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for Children’s Literature

•The Night Gardener, by Jonathan Auxier
•The Castle Behind Thorns, by Merrie Haskell
•The Islands of Chaldea, by Diana Wynne Jones and Ursula Jones
•His Fair Assassin series, consisting of Grave Mercy; Dark Triumph; and Mortal Heart, by Robin LaFevers
•A Snicker of Magic, by Natalie Lloyd


Mythopoeic Scholarship Award in Inklings Studies

•C.S. Lewis and the Middle Ages, by Robert Boenig
•C. S. Lewis and gender series, consisting of The Feminine Ethos in C. S. Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia; The Gender Dance: Ironic Subversion in C. S. Lewis’s Cosmic Trilogy; and Surprised by the Feminine: A Rereading of C. S. Lewis and Gender, by Monika B. Hilder
•Tolkien in the New Century: Essays in Honor of Tom Shippey, edited by John Wm. Houghton, Janet Brennan Croft, Nancy Martsch, John D. Rateliff, and Robin Anne Reid
•Tolkien at Exeter College: How an Undergraduate Created Middle-earth, by John Garth
•Beowulf: A Translation and Commentary, Together with Sellic Spell, by J. R. R. Tolkien, edited by Christopher Tolkien


Mythopoeic Scholarship Award in Myth and Fantasy Studies

•Stories About Stories: Fantasy and the Remaking of Myth, by Brian Attebery
•George MacDonald: Divine Carelessness and Fairytale Levity, by Daniel Gabelman
•From the Forest: The Hidden Roots of our Fairy Tales, by Sara Maitland
•As If: Modern Enchantment and the Literary Prehistory of Virtual Reality, by Michael Saler
•Peter Pan’s Shadows in the Modern Literary Imagination, by Kristen Stirling

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« Reply #604 on: 07-06-2015, 10:21:49 »
2014 Nebula Awards Winners
— posted Tuesday 2 June 2015 @ 10:10 pm PDT
The 2014 Nebula Awards were presented June 4, 2015 in a ceremony at  SFWA’s 50th Annual Nebula Awards Weekend, held in Chicago, IL. Larry Niven was honored with the 2014 Damon Knight Grand Master Award for his lifetime contributions and achievements in the field.

Novel
Annihilation, Jeff VanderMeer (FSG Originals; Fourth Estate; HarperCollins Canada)
The Goblin Emperor, Katherine Addison (Tor)
Trial by Fire, Charles E. Gannon (Baen)
Ancillary Sword, Ann Leckie (Orbit US; Orbit UK)
The Three-Body Problem, Cixin Liu (Tor)
Coming Home, Jack McDevitt (Ace)



Novella
Yesterday’s Kin, Nancy Kress (Tachyon)
We Are All Completely Fine, Daryl Gregory (Tachyon)
‘‘The Regular’’, Ken Liu (Upgraded)
‘‘The Mothers of Voorhisville’’, Mary Rickert (Tor.com 4/30/14)
Calendrical Regression, Lawrence Schoen (NobleFusion)
‘‘Grand Jeté (The Great Leap)’’, Rachel Swirsky (Subterranean Summer ’14)



Novelette
‘‘A Guide to the Fruits of Hawai’i’’, Alaya Dawn Johnson (F&SF 7-8/14)
‘‘Sleep Walking Now and Then’’, Richard Bowes (Tor.com 7/9/14)
‘‘The Magician and Laplace’s Demon’’, Tom Crosshill (Clarkesworld 12/14)
‘‘The Husband Stitch’’, Carmen Maria Machado (Granta #129)
‘‘We Are the Cloud’’, Sam J. Miller (Lightspeed 9/14)
‘‘The Devil in America’’, Kai Ashante Wilson (Tor.com 4/2/14)



Short Story
‘‘Jackalope Wives’’, Ursula Vernon (Apex 1/7/14)
‘‘The Breath of War’’, Aliette de Bodard (Beneath Ceaseless Skies 3/6/14)
‘‘When It Ends, He Catches Her’’, Eugie Foster (Daily Science Fiction 9/26/14)
‘‘The Meeker and the All-Seeing Eye’’, Matthew Kressel (Clarkesworld 5/14)
‘‘The Vaporization Enthalpy of a Peculiar Pakistani Family’’, Usman T. Malik (Qualia Nous)
‘‘A Stretch of Highway Two Lanes Wide’’, Sarah Pinsker (F&SF 3-4/14)
‘‘The Fisher Queen’’, Alyssa Wong (F&SF 5/14)



Ray Bradbury Award
Guardians of the Galaxy
Birdman
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Edge of Tomorrow
Interstellar
The Lego Movie



Andre Norton Award
Love Is the Drug, Alaya Dawn Johnson (Levine)
Unmade, Sarah Rees Brennan (Random House)
Salvage, Alexandra Duncan (Greenwillow)
Glory O’Brien’s History of the Future, A.S. King (Little, Brown)
Dirty Wings, Sarah McCarry (St. Martin’s Griffin)
Greenglass House, Kate Milford (Clarion)
The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender, Leslye Walton (Candlewick)



The Solstice Award was given to Joanna Russ posthumously, and to Stanley Schmidt. Jeffry Dwight received the Kevin O’ Donnell Jr. Service to SFWA Award.

Winners were announced at the Nebula Awards Banquet on June 6, 2015, during the Nebula Awards Weekend (June 4-7, 2015) in the Red Lacquer Room at the Palmer House Hilton, Chicago IL. For more information, see the SFWA website.

- See more at: http://www.locusmag.com/News/2015/06/2014-nebula-awards-winners/#sthash.cJD1fUlc.dpuf
Why shouldn't things be largely absurd, futile, and transitory? They are so, and we are so, and they and we go very well together.

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« Reply #605 on: 08-06-2015, 07:53:05 »
Analog Science Fiction and Fact Analytical Laboratory Winners

◾Best Novella: “Music to Me” by Richard A. Lovett (8/14)
◾Best Novelette: “Life Flight” by Brad R. Torgersen (8/14)
◾Best Short Story (tie): “ “Snapshots” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch (5/14) and
“Another Man’s Treasure” by Tom Greene (5/14)
◾Best Fact: “Lockstep: A Possible Galactic Empire” by Karl Schroeder (5/14)
◾Best Cover: January/February 2014 by David A. Hardy




Asimov’s Science Fiction Readers’ Award Winners

◾Best Novella: “The Legion of Tomorrow” by Allen M. Steele (7/14)
◾Best Novelette: “The Common Good” by Nancy Kress (1/14)
◾Best Short Story“The Plantimal” by Mike Resnick & Ken Liu (3/14)
◾Best Poem: “In the Quiet Hour” by Bruce Boston (4-5/14)
◾Best Cover Artist: June 2014 by Maurizio Manzieri

The awards were presented at a breakfast celebration on June 6 during the 2015 Nebula
 Awards weekend, at the Lockwood Restaurant in Chicago, Illinois.

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« Reply #606 on: 13-06-2015, 18:15:38 »





2015 Hall of Fame Class


This year’s inductees into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame have been announced. The Hall of Fame is now part of the Icons of Science Fiction exhibit at the Experience Music Project Museum. The induction ceremony will take place on June 27 in Seattle and the Locus Foundation is running a fundraiser to cover James Gunn’s costs to attend.
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    • James E. Gunn
    • Georges Méliès
    • John Schoenherr
    • Kurt Vonnegut
    • In addition, Jack Gaughan has been named a Curator’s selection.

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    Re: Nagrade
    « Reply #607 on: 17-06-2015, 10:04:32 »
    WINNERS: 2015 Campbell and Sturgeon Awards






    John W. Campbell Award
    ◾The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August by Claire North

    Theodore Sturgeon Award
    ◾“The Man Who Sold the Moon” by Cory Doctorow (from Project Hieroglyph)

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    « Reply #608 on: 23-06-2015, 07:42:27 »
    Sunburst Award Nominations


    Adult Category
    •The Troop, by Nick Cutter
    •The Back of the Turtle, by Thomas King
    •Station Eleven, by Emily St. John Mandel
    •My Real Children, by Jo Walton
    •Will Starling, by Ian Weir


    Young Adult
    •The Night Gardener, by Jonathan Auxier
    •Tin Star, by Cecil Castellucci
    •A Breath of Frost, by Alyxandra Harvey
    •Sophie, In Shadow, by Eileen Kernaghan
    •The Door in the Mountain, by Caitlin Sweet

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    Re: Nagrade
    « Reply #609 on: 29-06-2015, 08:58:12 »
    The 2015 Locus Award winners

    ◾SCIENCE FICTION NOVEL: Ancillary Sword, Ann Leckie Ann Leckie (Orbit US; Orbit UK)
    ◾FANTASY NOVEL: The Goblin Emperor, Katherine Addison (Tor)
    ◾YOUNG ADULT BOOK: Half a King, Joe Abercrombie (Del Rey; Voyager UK)
    ◾FIRST NOVEL: The Memory Garden, Mary Rickert (Sourcebooks Landmark)
    ◾NOVELLA: Yesterday’s Kin, Nancy Kress (Tachyon)
    ◾NOVELETTE: “Tough Times All Over”, Joe Abercrombie (Rogues)
    ◾SHORT STORY: “The Truth About Owls”, Amal El-Mohtar (Kaleidoscope)
    ◾ANTHOLOGY: Rogues, George R.R. Martin & Gardner Dozois, ed. (Bantam; Titan)
    ◾COLLECTION: Last Plane to Heaven, Jay Lake (Tor)
    ◾MAGAZINE: Asimov’s
    ◾PUBLISHER: Tor
    ◾EDITOR: Ellen Datlow
    ◾ARTIST: John Picacio
    ◾NON-FICTION: What Makes This Book So Great, Jo Walton (Tor; Corsair 2015)
    ◾ART BOOK: Spectrum 21: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art, John Fleskes, ed. (Flesk)

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    « Reply #610 on: 10-07-2015, 09:22:47 »
    FINALISTS: 2015 World Fantasy Awards



    Novel
    ◾The Goblin Emperor by Katherine Addison (Tor)
    ◾City of Stairs by Robert Jackson Bennett (Broadway; Jo Fletcher)
    ◾The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell (Random House; Sceptre)
    ◾Area X by Jeff VanderMeer (Farrar, Straus & Giroux)
    ◾My Real Children by Jo Walton (Tor; Corsair)



    Novella
    ◾We Are All Completely Fine, Daryl Gregory (Tachyon)
    ◾“Where the Trains Turn”, Pasi Ilmari Jääskeläinen (Tor.com 11/19/14)
    ◾Hollywood North”, Michael Libling (F&SF 11-12/14)
    ◾“The Mothers of Voorhisville”, Mary Rickert (Tor.com 4/30/14)
    ◾“Grand Jeté (The Great Leap)”, Rachel Swirsky (Subterranean Summer ’14)


    Short Fiction
    ◾“I Can See Right Through You”, Kelly Link, (McSweeney’s 48)
    ◾Do You Like to Look at Monsters?, Scott Nicolay (Fedogan & Bremer)
    ◾“Death’s Door Café”, Kaaron Warren (Shadows & Tall Trees 2014)
    ◾“The Devil in America”, Kai Ashante Wilson (Tor.com, 4/2/14)
    ◾“The Fisher Queen”, Alyssa Wong (F&SF 5-6/14)


    Anthology
    ◾Fearful Symmetries, Ellen Datlow, ed. (ChiZine)
    ◾Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction from the Margins of History, Rose Fox & Daniel José Older, eds. (Crossed Genres)
    ◾Shadows & Tall Trees 2014, Michael Kelly, ed. (Undertow
    ◾Monstrous Affections, Kelly Link & Gavin J. Grant, ed. (Candlewick)
    ◾Rogues, George R.R. Martin & Gardner Dozois, eds. (Bantam; Titan)


    Collection
    ◾Mercy and Other Stories, Rebecca Lloyd (Tartarus)
    ◾Gifts for the One Who Comes After, Helen Marshall (ChiZine)
    ◾They Do the Same Things Different There, Robert Shearman (ChiZine)
    ◾The Bitterwood Bible and Other Recountings, Angela Slatter (Tartarus)
    ◾Death at the Blue Elephant, Janeen Webb (Ticonderoga)

    Artist
    ◾Samuel Araya
    ◾Galen Dara
    ◾Jeffrey Alan Love
    ◾Erik Mohr
    ◾John Picacio

    Special Award – Professional
    ◾John Joseph Adams, for editing anthologies and Nightmare and Fantasy magazine
    ◾Jeanne Cavelos, for Odyssey writing workshops
    ◾Sandra Kasturi & Brett Alexander Savory, for ChiZine Publications
    ◾Gordon Van Gelder, for F&SF
    ◾Jerad Walters, for Centipede Press

    Special Award – Nonprofessional
    ◾Scott H. Andrews, for Beneath Ceaseless Skies
    ◾Matt Cardin, for Born to Fear: Interviews with Thomas Ligotti (Subterranean)
    ◾Stefan Fergus, for Civilian Reader (civilianreader.wordpress.com)
    ◾Ray B. Russell & Rosalie Parker, for Tartarus Press
    ◾Patrick Swenson, for Fairwood Press

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    « Reply #611 on: 16-07-2015, 08:59:34 »
    The winners of the 2014 Shirley Jackson Awards have, recognizing outstanding achievement in the literature of psychological suspense, horror, and the dark fantastic, been announced!


    ◾NOVEL: Annihilation by Jeff VanderMeer (FSG Originals)
    ◾NOVELLA: We Are All Completely Fine by Daryl Gregory (Tachyon)
    ◾NOVELETTE: “The End of the End of Everything” by Dale Bailey (Tor.com, April 2014)
    ◾SHORT FICTION: “The Dogs Home” by Alison Littlewood (The Spectral Book of Horror Stories, Spectral Press)
    ◾SINGLE-AUTHOR COLLECTION: Gifts for the One Who Comes After byHelen Marshall (ChiZine Publications)
    ◾EDITED ANTHOLOGY: Fearful Symmetries edited by Ellen Datlow (ChiZine Publications)

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    Re: Nagrade
    « Reply #612 on: 16-07-2015, 09:40:24 »
    The winners of the Prometheus Award, given for libertarian science fiction, have announced the winner of the Novel award. The award will be presented at Sasquan, this year’s worldcon, in Spokane, August 21. The Hall of Fame and Lifetime Achievement winner have been previously announced with the awards presented at Marcon in Columbus in May.


    •Best Novel: Influx, by Daniel Suarez
    •Hall of Fame Award: “‘Repent, Harlequin!’ Said the Ticktockman,” by Harlan Ellison (1965)
    •Special Prometheus Lifetime Achievement Award: F. Paul Wilson

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    « Reply #613 on: 16-07-2015, 09:41:14 »
    Baen Books has announced the finalists of their second Baen Fantasy Award. The winner will be selected by Larry Correia and announced at Gen Con. The winner’s work will be published on the Baen website with the winner receiving professional pay and a selection of Baen Books.

    •“Saurs,” by Craig DeLancey
    •“Burning Savannah,” by Alexander Monteagudo
    •“Unfound,” by Rhiannon Held
    •“Shell Game,” by Joseph L. Kellogg
    •“Victor the Sword,” by Robin Lupton
    •“Trappists,” by Katherine Monasterio
    •“Kiss from a Queen,” by Jeff Provine
    •“An Old Dragon’s Treasure,” by Robert Russell
    •“The Triton’s Son,” by Keith Taylor
    •“Adroit,” by Dave Williams

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    Re: Nagrade
    « Reply #614 on: 16-07-2015, 10:54:43 »
    Annihilation баш доминира о_О
    Why shouldn't things be largely absurd, futile, and transitory? They are so, and we are so, and they and we go very well together.

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    Re: Nagrade
    « Reply #615 on: 18-08-2015, 10:51:54 »
    The winners of the 2015 Mythopoeic Society Awards were announced on August 2 at Mythcon 46 in Colorado Springs, CO.

    •Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for Adult Literature: Tales from Rugosa Coven, by Sarah Avery
    •Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for Children’s Literature: A Snicker of Magic, by Natalie Lloyd
    •Mythopoeic Scholarship Award in Inklings Studies: C.S. Lewis and the Middle Ages, by Robert Boenig
    •Mythopoeic Scholarship Award in Myth and Fantasy Studies: Stories About Stories: Fantasy and the Remaking of Myth, by Brian Attebery

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    « Reply #616 on: 18-08-2015, 10:52:47 »
    The winners of the Baen Fantasy Adventure Award were announced at Gen Con. The winner’s work will be published on the Baen website with the winner receiving professional pay and a selection of Baen Books.

    •Grand Price: “Kiss from a Queen,” by Jeff Provine
    •First Runner-Up: “Trappists,” by Katherine Monasterio
    •Second Runner-Up: “Shell Game,” by Joseph L. Kellogg

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    Re: Nagrade
    « Reply #617 on: 18-08-2015, 10:53:11 »
    The Sidewise Awards for Alternate History winners have been announced ahead of Sasquan. Due to the inability of any of the judges to attend Sasquan, the decision was made to cancel the presentation at the convention and announce the winners prior to the con.


    •Short Form: “The Long Haul: From the Annals of Transportation, The Pacific Monthly, May 2009,” by Ken Liu
    •Long Form: The Enemy Within by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

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    Re: Nagrade
    « Reply #618 on: 31-08-2015, 08:57:38 »
    Hugo Nominations Motions Pass

    Both 4 in 6 and EPH passed their initial motion at the Sunday business meeting at Sasquan. Both will need to pass again next year at MidAmeriCon II to go into effect for Worldcon 75 in Helsinki. 4 in 6 limits the number of nominees to four, with six items making the ballot in each category. EPH weights nominating votes. Both motions were made in an attempt to limit the efficacy of slates in future years. EPH passed with a vote of 186-62 and 4 in 6 passed by a margin of 4 votes.

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    Re: Nagrade
    « Reply #619 on: 09-03-2016, 11:03:16 »
    London Fallen has announced the winners of the 2015 Kitschies on March 7, presented for the most progressive, intelligent, and entertaining works of genre fiction. Winners received a cash prize and a trophy.

    •The Red Tentacle (Novel): The Heart Goes Last, by Margaret Atwood
    •The Golden Tentacle (Debut): Making Wolf, by Tade Thompson
    •The Inky Tentacle (Cover Art): Sally Gardner’s The Door That Led to Where, art direction and design by Jet Purdie, illustration by Dover Publications Inc & Shutterstock
    •The Invisible Tentacle (Natively Digital Fiction): Life is Strange

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    « Reply #620 on: 27-04-2016, 06:19:18 »
    http://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/apr/26/hugo-awards-shortlist-rightwing-campaign-sad-rabid-puppies?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other

    2016 Hugo awards finalists

    Best novel (3,695 ballots)

    Ancillary Mercy by Ann Leckie (Orbit)

    The Cinder Spires: The Aeronaut’s Windlass by Jim Butcher (Roc)

    The Fifth Season by NK Jemisin (Orbit)

    Seveneves: A Novel by Neal Stephenson (William Morrow)

    Uprooted by Naomi Novik (Del Rey)

    Best novella (2,416 ballots)

    Binti by Nnedi Okorafor (Tor.com)

    The Builders by Daniel Polansky (Tor.com)

    Penric’s Demon by Lois McMaster Bujold (Spectrum)

    Perfect State by Brandon Sanderson (Dragonsteel Entertainment)

    Slow Bullets by Alastair Reynolds (Tachyon)

    Best novelette (1,975 ballots)

    And You Shall Know Her by the Trail of Dead by Brooke Bolander (Lightspeed, Feb 2015)
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    Flashpoint: Titan by Cheah Kai Wai (There Will Be War Volume X, Castalia House)

    Folding Beijing by Hao Jingfang, trans. Ken Liu (Uncanny Magazine, Jan-Feb 2015)

    Obits by Stephen King (The Bazaar of Bad Dreams, Scribner)

    What Price Humanity? by David VanDyke (There Will Be War Volume X, Castalia House)

    Best short story (2,451 ballots)

    Asymmetrical Warfare by SR Algernon (Nature, Mar 2015)

    The Commuter by Thomas A Mays (Stealth)

    If You Were an Award, My Love by Juan Tabo and S Harris (voxday.blogspot.com, Jun 2015)

    Seven Kill Tiger by Charles Shao (There Will Be WarVolume X, Castalia House)

    Space Raptor Butt Invasion by Chuck Tingle (Amazon Digital Services)

    Best related work (2,080 ballots)

    Between Light and Shadow: An Exploration of the Fiction of Gene Wolfe, 1951 to 1986 by Marc Aramini (Castalia House)

    The First Draft of My Appendix N Book by Jeffro Johnson (jeffro.wordpress.com)

    Safe Space as Rape Room by Daniel Eness (castaliahouse.com)

    SJWs Always Lie: Taking Down the Thought Police by Vox Day (Castalia House)

    The Story of Moira Greyland by Moira Greyland (askthebigot.com)

    Best graphic story (1,838 ballots)

    The Divine, written by Boaz Lavie, art by Asaf Hanuka and Tomer Hanuka (First Second)

    Erin Dies Alone, written by Grey Carter, art by Cory Rydell (dyingalone.net)

    Full Frontal Nerdity by Aaron Williams (ffn.nodwick.com)

    Invisible Republic Vol 1, written by Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman, art by Gabriel Hardman (Image Comics)

    The Sandman: Overture, written by Neil Gaiman, art by JH Williams III (Vertigo)

    John W Campbell award for best new writer (1,922 ballots)

    Pierce Brown

    Sebastien de Castell

    Brian Niemeier

    Andy Weir

    Alyssa Wong
    Sebarsko je da budu gladni.
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    Re: Nagrade
    « Reply #621 on: 27-04-2016, 06:20:26 »
    I neka mi neko objasni, zašto sada kukanje?
    Sebarsko je da budu gladni.
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    Re: Nagrade
    « Reply #622 on: 27-04-2016, 09:47:40 »
    Ne znam da čije se kukanje referišeš... svi kukaju, ali iz potpuno različitih razloga.  :mrgreen:


    objektivno govoreći, sukob svetonazora je pozitivan, jednoumlje je opasno: a što se samog žanra tiče, sukob svetonazora je bio podloga za najproduktivnije ekspanzije, vidljive ponajbolje u suočavanju novog talasa sa "starom gardom", da tako nazovemo konzervativce. Da nije bilo tog sukoba ne bi bilo ni radikalizacije, a otud ni najekstreminijih dohvata, sa obaju frontova.


    možda je problem što današnji PC model ima više problema sa "sukobom" per se, oni su zapravo veoma utopijski orjentisani. Idealno stanje kojem PC teži je zapravo izostanak sukoba kao takvog: ne znam, valjda teže nekoj uniformnoj toleranciji koja se u praktičnom obliku može iskazati jedino kao bezuslovno odustajanje od bilo kakve konfrontacije.


    što je, naravno, smrt po pitanju kreativnosti kao takve. Ako nema provokacije, ako nema suočavanja i provociranja, onda nema ni proze vredne čitanja Ali ta konfrontacija treba da se odvija na kreativnom planu, u prozi, ne u ovakvoj vrsti prepucavanja koja je više politička po svojoj prirodi, i to politična na krajnje manipulativan način, pod krinkom promovisanja "tolerancije", koja je u svojoj suštini zapravo puka ideološka cenzura. a to dovodi do ogromne kontraproduktivnosti: ja, recimo, nisam mogla da dočitam bilo koji komad proze kučadi, čak ni Torgersena, koji je nesumnjivo najelokventniji i ponajmanje intelektualno infantilan od celog tog čopora. otud mi i jeste fascinantno da se iko može osetiti "prozno ugrožen" do mere koja proizvodi bilo kakvu reakciju.  :roll:

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    « Reply #623 on: 27-04-2016, 10:09:19 »
    Kakav je Space Raptor Butt Invasion, zaslužuje li da bude nominovan?

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    « Reply #624 on: 27-04-2016, 10:16:47 »
    Pa vidi, Mac, od svih naslova na ovoj listi ti baš za taj i samo za taj pitaš... znači...  :mrgreen:

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    « Reply #625 on: 27-04-2016, 12:44:49 »
    A gde je Aurora?
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    « Reply #626 on: 27-04-2016, 13:13:09 »
         Nema ovde Aurore.

    E sad: po nekoj mojoj intimnoj, subjektivnoj proceni, Aurora je ubedljivo najbolji roman 2015. Što stvarno nije mala stvar, u berbi koja je bacila u ring gomilu naj-teškaša SFa, pa to još i u njihovom najpoštenijem izdanju... teško da može bolje od toga, da se ne lažemo. 


    Ali ovo je populistička selekcija, i otud nudi i striktno populistički uvid u tu berbu – da je svaki od ovih naslova postovan kao živi link, garant bi najviše klikova dobio upravo Butt Raptor, to nam je datost.  :lol:


    I meni je to u redu, meni je to sasvim prihvatljivo, dok god se ne mešaju reperi i dok god se na tome ne proizvode nekakvi dalekosežniji zaključci no što nam ih zdrav razum dopušta. Najčitanije knjige nikad nisu bile i najkvalitetnije - to je pravilo koje silno važi i van populističke književnosti, ali je bar u njoj sakrosantno. To se naprosto ne radi, baš kao što se ni sprint ne trči u štiklama – sve ima i mora da ima svoje po meri krojene repere.
     
    Na bilo kojoj godišnjoj listi najčitanijih žanrovskih knjiga ja retko ubodem makar jedan jedini naslov, ali to je i za očekivati od nekoga mojih godina, moj sinhronicitet sa populističkim listama je odavno izgubljen. Ali me redovito štrecne kad vidim da je, recimo, na gudridsu Aurora popila po jednu zvezdicu: nekako me zasvrbe prsti da tu odmah šibnem komentar tipa – daj bre čoveče idi čitaj knjige koje ti prijaju, što se bakćeš sa prozom koja ti očigledno ne prija jer ti nije ni namenjena in the first place…  :roll: :lol: :lol:
     

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    « Reply #627 on: 27-04-2016, 13:17:14 »
    Pa, ja mislim da nije u redu. Ali, nije važno...
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    « Reply #628 on: 27-04-2016, 13:31:36 »
    ali to i ne treba da "bude u redu"...  :)


    nema reda van ovoga, ovo jeste "red", ovo jeste reper sam po sebi.


    čak i bez politizacije kakva je aktuelna zadnje 3-4 godine, populistička književnost ima svoje zakonitosti, a njih uvek najbolje iznosi njen  najaktivniji, dakle najmlađi (to ne nužno samo hronološki  :twisted: ) segment konzumentske populacije. A taj segment najbolje reaguje na formulaičnost: tropi, memi, konvencije i slično. Nije nemoguće udariti dobru srazmeru po pitanju tih sastojaka, ali, po pravilu, oni najbolji pisci najređe posežu za tim kompromisom.


    e sad, to jeste muka, ali opet: zašto misliš da je žiračko telo od, recimo, 3 ili 5 odabranih išta relevantnije po tom konkretno pitanju? U oba slučaja, slučajnost igra veliku ulogu, pored još tuce slično proizvoljnih parametara...


     

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    « Reply #629 on: 27-04-2016, 14:31:57 »
    Ne govorim o tome. Učinilo mi se da je ranije bilo lakše zaista dobrim romanima da osvoje nagradu. Ali onda sam pogledao spisak dobitnika i uporedio vreme od pre trideset, dvadeset, deset godina i sadašnje vreme i shvatio da nisam u pravu. Ovo što se sada događa nije pravilo i verovatno je samo posledica aktivnosti ovih "grupa".
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    « Reply #630 on: 27-04-2016, 15:07:16 »

    Pa, to jeste, ima dosta razlika po pitanju mentaliteta.


    Generalno gledano, najveća razlika koju zapažam je nedostatak angažmana, ili možda, nekakva suštinski drugačija vrsta ličnog angažmana: danas ljudi neguju tek privid angažmana tako što kenjaju po tviteru uglavnom “protiv” nečega, nikad “za” nešto, jer je genralni safety mode uglavnom prokazivanje, nikako podrška. Što je i opšteprihvaćen MO cajtgajsta savremene društvene inteligencije: bitno je biti protiv nečega, pa makar i protiv nekakve skroz imaginarne i krajnje nerelevantne društvene nepravde – to je svakako manje riskantno nego eventualno biti u krivu podržavajući bilo šta konkretno. 


    Mlađu generaciju u mojoj familiji ne samo da ne zanima odlazak na Mars, nego su uglavnom i nevesni koncepta kao takvog… u kontekstu takvog svetonazora, SF ima šanse koliko i grudva snega u paklu.  :(


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    « Reply #632 on: 27-04-2016, 18:56:44 »
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    Mlađu generaciju u mojoj familiji ne samo da ne zanima odlazak na Mars, nego su uglavnom i nevesni koncepta kao takvog…


    Put na Mars?!
    Ovaj svet je odustao od bilo kakvih snova, ne samo naučnofantastičnih. Decu zanimaju samo MARS čokolade, koje uskoro neće moći da kupe...
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    « Reply #633 on: 27-04-2016, 21:32:26 »
    Uporedna analiza pokazuje da je stanje stvari čudnije nego što sam mislio
    http://file770.com/?p=28616
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    « Reply #635 on: 28-04-2016, 07:14:53 »
    2016 Clarke Award Shortlist

    The six titles on the Arthur C. Clarke Award shortlist for best science fiction novel published in 2015 have been announced:

        The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet, Becky Chambers (Hodder & Stoughton)
        Europe at Midnight, Dave Hutchinson (Solaris)
        The Book of Phoenix, Nnedi Okorafor (Hodder & Stoughton)
        Arcadia, Iain Pears (Faber & Faber)
        Way Down Dark, J.P. Smythe (Hodder & Stoughton)
        Children of Time, Adrian Tchaikovsky (Tor)
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    « Reply #636 on: 28-04-2016, 07:35:59 »
    Ne znam da čije se kukanje referišeš... svi kukaju, ali iz potpuno različitih razloga.  :mrgreen:


    objektivno govoreći, sukob svetonazora je pozitivan, jednoumlje je opasno: a što se samog žanra tiče, sukob svetonazora je bio podloga za najproduktivnije ekspanzije, vidljive ponajbolje u suočavanju novog talasa sa "starom gardom", da tako nazovemo konzervativce. Da nije bilo tog sukoba ne bi bilo ni radikalizacije, a otud ni najekstreminijih dohvata, sa obaju frontova.


    možda je problem što današnji PC model ima više problema sa "sukobom" per se, oni su zapravo veoma utopijski orjentisani. Idealno stanje kojem PC teži je zapravo izostanak sukoba kao takvog: ne znam, valjda teže nekoj uniformnoj toleranciji koja se u praktičnom obliku može iskazati jedino kao bezuslovno odustajanje od bilo kakve konfrontacije.


    što je, naravno, smrt po pitanju kreativnosti kao takve. Ako nema provokacije, ako nema suočavanja i provociranja, onda nema ni proze vredne čitanja Ali ta konfrontacija treba da se odvija na kreativnom planu, u prozi, ne u ovakvoj vrsti prepucavanja koja je više politička po svojoj prirodi, i to politična na krajnje manipulativan način, pod krinkom promovisanja "tolerancije", koja je u svojoj suštini zapravo puka ideološka cenzura. a to dovodi do ogromne kontraproduktivnosti: ja, recimo, nisam mogla da dočitam bilo koji komad proze kučadi, čak ni Torgersena, koji je nesumnjivo najelokventniji i ponajmanje intelektualno infantilan od celog tog čopora. otud mi i jeste fascinantno da se iko može osetiti "prozno ugrožen" do mere koja proizvodi bilo kakvu reakciju.  :roll:

    Konkretno, mislim na kukanje da je Hugo zanavek upropašten, a od strane uslovno rečeno liberalnih autora. Kada se pogledaju predloženi romani, jedino Bučeru tu nije mesto, ali kada se sluša uslovno rečeno sf establišment, ispade da je katastrofa što je roman En Leki dospeo na spisak, a svi se valjda sećamo da je pre godinu-dve dana Lekijeva bila miljenica žanra. Odjednom, samo zato što su je masovno nominovali neki ljudi, ona više nije podobna.

    Meni je to krajnje licemerje.
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    « Reply #637 on: 28-04-2016, 10:58:31 »
    Slažem se, jeste licemerno. Tim pre što je broj glasova nekoliko puta veći upravo sada, otkako traje kontroverza sa kučadi, sad kad su obe strane bolje motivisane da glasaju. I postavlja se pitanje koliko je uopšte bila relevantna nagrada koju je izglasavalo manje od hiljadu ljudi... i sad je to dobro pitanje, kad je broj glasova 4 puta veći, a kamoli onda.


    S druge strane, ni kučad nije sasvim u pravu kad u takvo stanje učitava nekakve makijavelističke tendencije tih ljudi oko Hjuga. Po meni je sasvim normalno da grupa ljudi sa sličnim svetonazorom nekako nesvesno i prirodno upadne u šemu jedinstvenih reakcija, to zaista nije pitanje nekakve isplaniranosti niti organizovanosti, nego naprosto, slični ljudi uglavnom slično razmišljaju i imaju slične afinitete, to po pitanju proze a i uopšte. I mada to sa strane može da izgleda poprilično urotnički, ipak bi razumni ljudi trebalo da gaje mrvičak tog famoznog the benefit of the doubt pristupa...  tako da su u principu obe strane podjednako licemerne, kad se bolje pogleda. No dobro, sad se menja i princip samog balota, biće efektivno već od iduće godine, pa će valjda naći neki malko manje ostrašćen način da se održi u stanju tinjanja, da niko ne odnese prevagu. Ima tu dovoljno mesta za sve. 




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    « Reply #638 on: 28-04-2016, 11:08:00 »
    Znaš kako, WorldCon se pretvorio u manje-više Beokon. Sve i da 4k ljudi odaberu "oskar popularnosti" sf sveta, to je beznačajno spram recimo Goodreads Awards, koja u punoj meri koristi social networking i premda poslednje dve godine nisam baš zadovoljan njihovim kategorijama, pre tri godine te kategorije su bile sjajno uređene i glasalo je nekih 50k ljudi, a taj broj je svake godine sve veći. Stoga me ne bi čudilo da se u skorije vreme na naslovnicama pojavljuje Goodreads Choice Awards Winner, a da se tradicionalne nagrade zanemare u potpunosti.
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    « Reply #639 on: 28-04-2016, 11:36:50 »
    Pa, ja po tom pitnaju ipak malko osciliram...  :lol:


    naravno, cenim sve populističke procene, cenim merenja po pitanju čitanosti, odziva, reakcija - sve je to dragocen info, ne samo za sam naslov i autora nego i šire, za sam žanr i kretanja unutar njega. Ali ipak mi je bitnija, meni lično, gradacija koju nude procene žanrovskih eksperata, da tako kažem, znači ljudi sa dokazano kritičkim pristupom korpusu. U tom domenu, svakako mi nema istu težinu jedno anonimno bodovanje na gudridsu koliko i rivju DeNarda ili nekog od ostale bratije sa signala, recimo. I mada se retko kad složim sa samim izborom nagrade, ipak se poprilično slažem sa mehanizmom same filtracije: koliko god da je faličan, ipak mi je relevantniji nego gudridsovo bodovanje. To u globalu, naravno, ne baš u konkretnim pojedinostima: recimo, ova nominacija Becky Chambers za Klarka, meni je to potpuno smešno, zaista. Mislim, okej je to romančić za zajebanciju, i fin je to prvenac, ali - ipak je to parodija, i to još ona omažno-ikonografska, i to još ne uvek sasvim namerna, i razmatrati tako nešto za Klarka je meni poprilično bleskasto.


    Ali ok, valjda nema mehanizma koji je bulletproof, a možda i ostali kandidati osvetlaju obraz, tako da... istrpim nekako. Tim pre što zasigurno znam da bi me za svaku nagradu istinski zadovoljio samo moj lični izbor i ništa više...  :mrgreen:

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    « Reply #640 on: 28-04-2016, 11:40:54 »
    Pa da, ali kakve veze ima Hugo s žanrovskim ekspertima i kritičkim pristupom?
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    « Reply #641 on: 28-04-2016, 11:51:41 »
    pa, nema sa Hjugom ali ima sa nagradama generalno, makar indirektno. Makar utoliko što se dosta ljudi odlučuje na čitanje romana tek nakon pročitanog rivjua od strane nekog kome veruju... mislim, eto, Becky- ja to ne bih čitala da nije bilo pozitivnog rijua od Jasona. na par prvih strana to nije bio bog zna kako obećavajući roman.

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    « Reply #642 on: 28-04-2016, 12:13:32 »
    2016 Clarke Award Shortlist

    The six titles on the Arthur C. Clarke Award shortlist for best science fiction novel published in 2015 have been announced:

        The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet, Becky Chambers (Hodder & Stoughton)
        Europe at Midnight, Dave Hutchinson (Solaris)
        The Book of Phoenix, Nnedi Okorafor (Hodder & Stoughton)
        Arcadia, Iain Pears (Faber & Faber)
        Way Down Dark, J.P. Smythe (Hodder & Stoughton)
        Children of Time, Adrian Tchaikovsky (Tor)

    Europe at Autumn Dejva Hačinsona (prvi deo serijala) je sad na čitaonici

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    « Reply #643 on: 28-04-2016, 12:23:26 »
    Meni je već godinu dana na kindlu, čini mi se :) Iznenadilo me je što se Čajkovski našao u konkurenciji, pa će mi on biti naredni na redu.
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