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2022 Sturgeon winner

< http://www.sfadb.com/Theodore_Sturgeon_Memorial_Award_2022 >

This year’s winner of the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award is “Broad Dutty Water: A Sunken Story” by Nalo Hopkinson.


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2022 Ignyte winners

         

< http://www.sfadb.com/Ignyte_Awards_2022 >

Winners of these awards were announced over the weekend via YouTube and Twitter.


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2022 British Fantasy winners

         

< http://www.sfadb.com/British_Fantasy_Awards_2022 >

Winners of these awards were announced last night at FantasyCon in the UK.


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2022 Dragon, Sidewise, and Eugie winners

     
     

< http://www.sfadb.com/Dragon_Awards_2022 >
< http://www.sfadb.com/Sidewise_Awards_2022 >
< http://www.sfadb.com/Eugie_Awards_2022 >

Winners of these awards were announced last weekend, the Dragon and Eugie awards at Dragon Con in Atlanta, the Sidewise awards at Chicon 8 in Chicago.

Dragon Award winners are led by David Weber and Timothy Zahn, who’ve each now won four times, with four and five nominations respectively.

First time Dragon nominees and winners are Holly Black, Sarah Hollowell, Mercedes Lackey, Brian Herbert, Dev Pramanik, and Mark Brooks.

James S.A. Corey has won twice in four nominations; Thomas Pope and Kevin J. Anderson twice in two nominations; Chuck Wendig and Kieron Gillen once in two nominations.

Sidewise winner Laurent Binet is a first time nominee and winner, while Alan Smale won once before, in 2011.

Winner of the Eugie Award, Sarah Pinsker, was nominated one time before. Her story, “Where Oaken Hearts Do Gather,” has also won the Hugo, Nebula, and Locus awards (and is nominated for the World Fantasy Award).


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2022 Hugo, Lodestar, and Astounding winners

     

< http://www.sfadb.com/Hugo_Awards_2022 >
< http://www.sfadb.com/Lodestar_Award_2022 >
< http://www.sfadb.com/Astounding_Award_for_Best_New_Writer_2022 >

Winners of these awards were announced last night, September 4th, 2022, at Chicon 8, the 80th World Science Fiction Convention in Chicago, Illinois.

This is Arkady Martine’s second win in two nominations; Becky Chambers’ second win in six nominations; Suzanne Palmer’s second win in two nominations; and Sarah Pinsker’s second win in six nominations.

Charlie Jane Anders won her fourth and fifth Hugos, in seven nominations; N.K. Jemisin her fifth win, in nine nominations; Neil Clarke his fourth win, in 14 nominations (the earlier wins were for semiprozine); and Rovina Cai her second win in three nominations.

Newitz and Anders’ Our Opinions Are Correct has won three times in three nominations.

This is Uncanny magazine’s sixth win; the Thomases have also won for editor short form and three times earlier for fancast and related work.

Seanan McGuire, with four nominations this year alone, won twice, with three previous wins out of many nominations.

First time winners are Ruoxi Chen, Cora Buhlert, and Lee Moyer (with two wins).


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