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The Dell Magazines Award for Undergraduate Excellence in Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing is a competition for unpublished writers, sponsored by the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts, and Dell Magazines, the publisher of Asimov's and Analog magazines.
Where & When
In March, at the annual IAFA conference in Ft. Lauderdale FL
History
In 2005 the name was changed from the "Isaac Asimov Award for Undergraduate Excellence in Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing" to the "Dell Magazines Award for Undergraduate Excellence in Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing"
Official Site
http://dellaward.com/
— Winners by Year —
— 2016 — “Lullabies in Arabic”, Rani Banjarian
— 2015 — “How the Blood Spills”, Kayla Chronister
— 2014 — “The Nostalgia Calculator”, Rich Larson
— 2013 — “To the Dogs”, Lara Donnelly
— 2012 — “Superpositions”, Rebekah Baldridge
— 2011 — “The Immaculate Conception of Private Ritter”, Seth Dickinson
— 2010 — “The Dead Star, the Satirist, and the Soldier”, Rachel Sobel
— 2009 — “We Were Real”, Josh Eure
— 2008 — “Blank, White and Blue”, Stephen Leech
— 2007 — “The Uncanny Valley”, Natty Bokenkamp
— 2006 — “Shift”, Meghan Sinoff
— 2005 — “Around the World”, Anthony Ha
— 2004 — “Orbiting”, Anthony Ha
— 2003 — “Calling Into Silence”, Bryn Neuenschwander
— 2002 — “Making Waves”, Lena DeTar
— 2001 — “Conquering Europa”, Mark Jacobsen
— 2000 — “Repeating Patterns”, Beth Adele Long
— 1999 — “In the Gardens and the Graves”, Marissa Lingen
— 1998 — “The Wormholes”, Emily Thornbury
— 1997 — “Lest We Forget”, David Kirtley


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