Congratulations also to EA alums Darcie Little Badger and Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki for their wins, Troy L Wiggins for his Kate Wilhelm Solstice Award, and all the winners and finalists.
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Another year, another amazing group of BRITISH FANTASY AWARD NOMINATIONS!
- Award-winning genre fiction podcasts PseudoPod and PodCastle return to the British Fantasy Society Best Audio award as 2021 finalists.
- Additionally, John Wiswell’s 8-Bit Free Will (PodCastle 654), has been nominated for Best Short Fiction!
- Continuing the good news train, our very own Escape Pod’s Premee Mohamed’s novel Beneath the Rising has received a nomination for Best Horror Novel!
- And finally, join us in congratulating Alasdair Stuart and Marguerite Kenner’s weekly pop culture newsletter, The Full Lid, for its Best Nonfiction nomination!
The British Fantasy Society Awards will be presented at Fantasycon in (COVID willing) Birmingham, England in September.
Congratulations to all the finalists!
Congratulations to Jen R. Albert, Cherea Clark, Setsu Uzume, Peter Behravesh, and the entire PodCastle team for their Aurora Award nomination for Best Related Work!
EA also extends its congratulations to
- Premee Mohamed for BENEATH THE RISING as a Best Novel finalist, and
- Jen R. Albert for the ephemera reading series as a Best Related Fan Work finalist
Find a complete list of finalists here, and congratulations to them all!
The Aurora Awards will be presented via a virtual ceremony during Can-Con in Ottawa on 16 October, 2021. Voting begins 31 July, 2021 and closes at 11:59 pm EDT on September 4, 2021.
The Aurora awards are voted on by the members of the Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Association (CSFFA), a national registered non-profit society. Membership is open to all Canadian citizens and permanent residents for just $10 per calendar year. The finalists are all Canadians who were nominated by our members for original works done in 2020.