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2023 Arthur C. Clarke Award Winner

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The winner is Venomous Lumpsucker by Ned Beauman. This is Beauman’s first nomination and win for any of the awards compiled in this database.

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2023 WSFA Small Press Award Finalists

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Finalists for this year’s Washington Science Fiction Association Small Press Award for short fiction have been announced. The winner will be presented at Capclave, to be held in Rockville MD from Sept 29th to Oct 1st, 2023.

Juliet Kemp was a finalist in 2020, Naomi Kritzer in 2014 and 2016. Last year’s winner was “Eight Mile and the City” by Steven Harper.

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2023 Dragon Nominees



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Finalists for this year’s Dragon Awards have been released. Winners will be announced at Dragon Con, held in Atlanta GA from Aug 31st to Sept 4th, 2023.

The eligibility period for the awards is from mid-year to mid-year, so some of the finalists were published in 2022, others in 2023.

Winners last year included James S.A. Corey, Holly Black, Sarah Hollowell, David Weber/Timothy Zahn/Thomas Pope, Mercedes Lackey, Timothy Zahn, and Chuck Wendig.

The Military SF/F Novel category has been dropped this year, as has the Media Tie-in Novel category. The Comic Book and Graphic Novel categories have been combined. The SF/F TV Series category now allows for Internet release. And there’s a new category this year, for Illustrative Cover.

The full ballot on the site includes nominees for Best Digital Game and Best Tabletop Game, not compiled here.

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2023 Seiun Awards Winners

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Winners of this year’s Seiun Awards in the translated novel and translated story categories are the Foundation series by Isaac Asimov, and, in a tie, Sarah Pinsker’s “Sooner or Later Everything Falls into the Sea” and Cixin Liu’s “The Wandering Earth.”

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2023 Mythopoeic Awards Winners


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Winners of this year’s Mythopoeic Awards, given annual since 1976 to works of fiction and nonfiction that exemplify the spirit of the Inklings — J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and Charles Williams — were announced last weekend at the Mythopoeic Society’s online seminar.

The winners are books by Sacha Lamb (a first-time nominee and winner), Kelly Barnhill (first-time winner with two nominations this year), Paul S. Fiddes (first-time winner, also nominated last year for the same work), and Brian Attebery (now three-time winner out of four nominations).

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