Sunday, June 23

2019 Awards

2019 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, Theodore Sturgeon Memorial, Theodore Sturgeon Memorial - Novel

2019 Theodore Sturgeon Memorial – Novel Winner and Nominees

2019 Theodore Sturgeon Memorial - Novel WinnerWhen Robot and Crew Saved East St. LouisAnnalee NewitzAn anthology of new Science Fiction short stories from both established and emerging contemporary authors...Amazon2019 Theodore Sturgeon Memorial - Novel ShortlistFreezing Rain, A Chance of FallingL. X. BeckettAmazonGods, Monsters, and the Lucky PeachKelly RobsonAmazonNine Last Days on Planet EarthDaryl GregoryAmazonOn the Day You Spend Forever with Your DogAdam ShannonAmazonThe Only Harmless Great ThingBrooke BolanderAmazonThe Secret Lives of the Nine Negro Teeth of George WashingtonP. Djèlí ClarkAmazonThe Starship and the Temple CatYoon Ha LeeAmazonUmbernightCarolyn Ives GilmanAmazonWhen We Were StarlessSimone HellerAmazonYard DogTade ThompsonAmazon
2019 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, World Fantasy Awards, World Fantasy Awards - Novel

2019 World Fantasy Awards – Novel Winner and Nominees

2019 World Fantasy Awards - Novel WinnerWitchmarkC. L. PolkCombining fantasy, mystery, intrigue, and romance, Witchmark is a sensation that has been lauded as one of Publisher's Weekly most anticipated books of Spring 2018. To get you excited for this phenomenal debut novel, Tor.com Publishing is releasing a free ...Amazon2019 World Fantasy Awards - Novel ShortlistIn the Night WoodDale BaileyAmazonThe Mere WifeMaria Dahvana HeadleyAmazonThe Poppy WarR. F. KuangAmazonTrail of LightningRebecca RoanhorseAmazon
2019 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, Hugo Awards, Hugo Awards - Novel

2019 Hugo Awards – Novel Winner and Nominees

2019 Hugo Awards - Novel WinnerThe Calculating StarsMary Robinette KowalNOMINATED FOR THE HUGO & NEBULA AWARDS One woman. One mission. One chance to save the world. It’s 1952, and the world as we know it is gone. A meteorite has destroyed Washington DC, triggering extinction-level global warming. To save humanity, the world un...Amazon2019 Hugo Awards - Novel ShortlistRecord of a Spaceborn FewBecky ChambersAmazonRevenant GunYoon Ha LeeAmazonSpace OperaCatherynne M. ValenteAmazonSpinning SilverNaomi NovikAmazonTrail of LightningRebecca RoanhorseAmazon
2019 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, International Dublin Literary Award, International Dublin Literary Award - Novel

2019 International Dublin Literary Award – Novel Winner and Nominees

2019 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel WinnerIdahoEmily RuskovichWinner of the International Dublin Literary Award One hot August day a family drives to a mountain clearing to collect birch wood. Jenny, the mother, is in charge of lopping any small limbs off the logs with a hatchet. Wade, the father, does the stacking. ...Amazon2019 International Dublin Literary Award - Novel ShortlistA Boy in WinterRachel SeiffertAmazonCompass (Translated from French by Charlotte Mandell)Mathias ÉnardAmazonConversations with FriendsSally RooneyAmazonExit WestMohsin HamidAmazonHistory of WolvesEmily FridlundAmazonHome FireKamila ShamsieAmazonLincoln in the BardoGeorge SaundersAmazonMidwinter BreakBernard MacLavertyAmazonReservoir 13Jon McGregorAmazon
2019 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, Hugo Awards, Hugo Awards - Novel

2019 Hugo Awards – Novel Winner and Nominees

2019 Hugo Awards - Novel WinnerThe Calculating StarsMary Robinette KowalNOMINATED FOR THE HUGO & NEBULA AWARDS One woman. One mission. One chance to save the world. It’s 1952, and the world as we know it is gone. A meteorite has destroyed Washington DC, triggering extinction-level global warming. To save humanity, the world un...Amazon2019 Hugo Awards - Novel ShortlistRecord of a Spaceborn FewBecky ChambersAmazonRevenant GunYoon Ha LeeAmazonSpace OperaCatherynne M. ValenteAmazonSpinning SilverNaomi NovikAmazonTrail of LightningRebecca RoanhorseAmazon
2019 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, John W. Campbell, John W. Campbell - Novel

2019 John W. Campbell – Novel Winner and Nominees

2019 John W. Campbell - Novel WinnerBlackfish CitySam J. MillerIncisive and beautifully written . . . Blackfish City simmers with menace and heartache, suspense and wonder' - Ann Leckie, Hugo, Nebula and Clarke Award-winning author 'Sam Miller is a fiercely strong writer, and this book is a blast' - Daryl Gregory, Wo...Amazon2019 John W. Campbell - Novel ShortlistA Spy in TimeImraan CoovadiaAmazonMoon of the Crusted SnowWaubgeshig RiceAmazonSemiosisSue BurkeAmazonSpace OperaCatherynne M. ValenteAmazonThe Calculating StarsMary Robinette KowalAmazonThe Freeze-Frame RevolutionPeter WattsAmazonThe Loosening SkinAliya WhiteleyAmazonTheory of BastardsAudrey SchulmanAmazonTime WasIan McDonaldAmazonUnholy LandLavie TidharAmazon
2019 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, Locus, Locus - Fantasy Novel

2019 Locus – Fantasy Novel Winner and Nominees

2019 Locus - Fantasy Novel WinnerSpinning SilverNaomi NovikMiryem was brought up in a snowbound village, on the edge of a charmed forest. She comes from a family of moneylenders, but her kind father shirks his work. Free to lend and reluctant to collect, his family faces poverty – until Miryem intercedes. Hardenin...Amazon2019 Locus - Fantasy Novel ShortlistAhab's ReturnJeffrey FordAmazonCreatures of Want and RuinMolly TanzerAmazonDeep RootsRuthanna EmrysAmazonEuropean Travel for the Monstrous GentlewomanTheodora GossAmazonFoundrysideRobert Jackson BennettAmazonLies SleepingBen AaronovitchAmazonThe Mere WifeMaria Dahvana HeadleyAmazonThe Monster Baru CormorantSeth DickinsonAmazonThe Wonder EngineT. KingfisherAmazon
2019 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, Locus, Locus - SF Novel

2019 Locus – SF Novel Winner and Nominees

2019 Locus - SF Novel WinnerThe Calculating StarsMary Robinette KowalNOMINATED FOR THE HUGO & NEBULA AWARDS One woman. One mission. One chance to save the world. It’s 1952, and the world as we know it is gone. A meteorite has destroyed Washington DC, triggering extinction-level global warming. To save humanity, the world un...Amazon2019 Locus - SF Novel ShortlistBlackfish CitySam J. MillerAmazonElysium FireAlastair ReynoldsAmazonEmbers of WarGareth L. PowellAmazonIf Tomorrow ComesNancy KressAmazonRecord of a Spaceborn FewBecky ChambersAmazonRed MoonKim Stanley RobinsonAmazonRevenant GunYoon Ha LeeAmazonSpace OperaCatherynne M. ValenteAmazonUnholy LandLavie TidharAmazon
2019 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, British Science Fiction Association, BSFA - Novel

2019 BSFA – Novel Winner and Nominees

2019 BSFA - Novel WinnerEmbers of WarGareth L. PowellFrom BSFA Award winning author Gareth L. Powell comes the first in a new epic sci-fi trilogy exploring the legacies of war The sentient warship Trouble Dog was built for violence, yet following a brutal war, she is disgusted by her role in a genocide. Stri...Amazon2019 BSFA - Novel ShortlistBefore MarsEmma NewmanAmazonEurope at DawnDave HutchinsonAmazonRevenant GunYoon Ha LeeAmazonRosewaterTade ThompsonAmazon
2019 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, Governor General's Literary Award, Governor General's Literary Award - Fiction

2019 Governor General’s Literary Award – Fiction Winner and Nominees

2019 Governor General's Literary Award - Fiction WinnerFive WivesJoan ThomasFive Wives is a riveting, often wrenching story of evangelism and its legacy, teeming with atmosphere and compelling characters and rich in emotional impact....Amazon2019 Governor General's Literary Award - Fiction ShortlistEyeMarianne MicrosAmazonLate BreakingK.D. MillerAmazonThe InnocentsMichael CrummeyAmazonThe StudentCary FaganAmazon