Welcome to our regular update on genre awards, where we keep you up to date with all the major awards. Midwinter is a quiet time for ceremonies, but there’s plenty of other activity underway – we’ve got the details on the latest awards and upcoming deadlines.
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FANTASY: J. K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Little, Brown) | Runners up
YOUNG ADULT SF/F: Sarah J Maas, A Court of Mist and Fury (Bloomsbury) | Runners up
SCIENCE FICTION: Pierce Brown, Morning Star (Del Rey) | Runners up
Closing date (nominations): 31st December | Closing date (longlist voting): 31st January
The BSFA awards are fan awards presented annually by the British Science Fiction Association. The awards seek to honour and promote the genre of science fiction. A second round of voting will follow in January, with the winners announced at Eastercon 2017 (14-17 April) in Birmingham, UK.
Categories: Best Novel, Best Short fiction, Best Artwork, Best work of Non-Fiction
Who can nominate? BSFA members
How do I nominate? Online nomination form
January 2017: shortlist due for the Philip K Dick Award
February 2017: shortlist due for the Aurealis Awards
15 February 2017: nominations (by SFWA members only) close for the Nebula Awards
March 2017: Crawford Award – awarded by the IAFA
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