Who won an Aurora Award this year?

This guy, that’s who!

 

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And so did these talented people. Congratulations to this year’s Aurora Award winners:

Alyx Dellamonica – Best Novel
Kelly Robson – Best Short Fiction
Hayden Trenholm – Best Related Work, English
Naru Sundar – Best Poem/Song
Derek Newman-Stille – Best Fan Related and Fan Publication
And congratulations to all those who were nominated.

I would also like to thank my Bundoran Press partners Hayden Trenholm and Liz Westbrook-Trenholm. Most of all I would like to thank all those who contributed to Second Contacts, both those who made it in and those who didn’t. Without your creative voices there would not have been such a great anthology.

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Far Fetched Fables

My story, Four Wizards and a Funeral, previously published in OSC’s InterGalactic Medicine Show, will get the podcast treatment from a future edition of Far Fetched Fables.

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And that’s really cool.

 

I’ll let you all know when it’s due to air as soon as I know.

 

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My Ad Astra Pics

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Competing short story nominees Tony Pi and Stephen Kotowych

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Ian Keeling

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Con isn’t a Con without stormtroopers.

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Simon McNeil and his lovely family.

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Liz Westbrook-Trenholm and Geoff Gander working the Bundoran Press table.

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Tony Pi and Geoff Gander.

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Ian Keeling thinks he’s the Hitchhiker.

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Sitting at the Bundoran Press table.

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Liz Westbrook and Tony Pi

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Darth Vader seems angry about something.

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Karen Danylak

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Andrew Barton

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Beverly Bambury

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Herb Kauderer

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Robert Sawyer

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Hayden Trenholm gazing at the future of science fiction.

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The audience of the We Destroy Everything You Love panel.

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The We Destroy Everything You Love panel, (front to back) David L. Blackwood, Adam Shaftoe, and Simon McNeil.

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Kate Heartfield

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Chadwick Ginther and Mike Cramer

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A fuzzy Peter Halascz

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Chris Szego looking exhausted at the Bakka-Phoenix table.

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Suzanne Church and that Ian Keeling still thinks he is the Hitchhiker.

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A very special issue of On Spec!

IMG_1017Just in time for a little bragging at Ad Astra, the latest issue of On Spec: The Canadian Magazine of the Fantastic, including my story, ‘Lord Fenway’s Man,’ a story by Matt Moore, and interviews of Robert J. Sawyer, and me! And check out that cover art by Maxime Bigras. Awesome!

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Get the best in Canadian Speculative Fiction

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