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Latest Winners / Recipients

Year: 2020

winner y separately published work icon Rebuilding Tomorrow Tsana Dolichva (editor), Yokine : Twelfth Planet Press , 2020 21459032 2020 anthology short story

'What if the apocalypse isn’t the end of the world? 

'In this follow-up to Defying Doomsday, disabled and chronically ill protagonists build new worlds from the remains of the old. Read new perspectives on life after the apocalypse from authors Janet Edwards, Lauren Ring, K L Evangelista, S. B. Divya, TJ Berry, Tansy Rayner Roberts, Andi C. Buchanan, Fran Wilde, Octavia Cade, Stephanie Gunn, Tyan Priss, Emilia Crowe, E. H. Mann, Katharine Duckett and Bogi Takács.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

Year: 2019

winner y separately published work icon Mission Critical Jonathan Strahan (editor), Oxford : Solaris , 2019 18960959 2019 anthology short story


'Life is fragile. The difference between success and failure can come down to nothing the thread of a screw, the flick of a switch and when it goes wrong, you fix it. Or someone dies.

'Mission Critical takes us from our world, across the Solar System, and out into deep space to tell the stories of people who had to do the impossible.

'And do it fast.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

Year: 2018

winner y separately published work icon The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year : Volume Twelve Jonathan Strahan (editor), Oxford : Solaris , 2018 15696038 2018 anthology short story

Year: 2017

winner y separately published work icon Infinity Wars Jonathan Strahan (editor), Oxford : Solaris , 2017 12896229 2017 anthology short story

'We have always fought. War is the furnace that forges new technologies and pushes humanity ever onward. We are the children of a battle that began with fists and sticks, and ended on the brink of atomic Armageddon. Beyond here lies another war, infinite in scope and scale.

'But who will fight the wars of tomorrow? Join Elizabeth Bear, Indrapramit Das, Aliette de Bodard, Garth Nix, An Owomoyela, Peter Watts, and many, many more in an exploration of the furthest extremes of military science fiction…'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

Year: 2016

winner y separately published work icon Year's Best Young Adult Speculative Fiction 2015 Julia Rios (editor), Alisa Krasnostein (editor), Yokine : Twelfth Planet Press , 2016 9473446 2016 anthology short story science fiction fantasy horror