Locus Award Winners Announced

Leckie_AncillarySword_TPB-300x450The Locus Science Fiction Foundation presented the Locus Awards today at the annual Locus Awards Weekend in Seattle. Connie Willis hosted the ceremony, known for its lighthearted, Hawaiian shirt-themed festivities.

The winners were selected through an open reader’s poll. Voting was open to anyone, however Locus Magazine subscribers’ votes counted double.

Congratulations to all the winners and nominees.

SCIENCE FICTION NOVEL

goblin emperorFANTASY NOVEL

FIRST NOVEL

YOUNG ADULT BOOK

yesterday's kinNOVELLA

NOVELETTE

SHORT STORY

ANTHOLOGY

jay lakeCOLLECTION

NON-FICTION

ART BOOK

spectrum21ARTIST

EDITOR

MAGAZINE

PUBLISHER

About Michael Senft

I am a freelance writer and critic from Phoenix Arizona. I spent 10 years covering music, the arts and pop culture for the “Arizona Republic” before life circumstances took me away from newspaper. But I never lost my joy at writing. Or reading.
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4 Responses to Locus Award Winners Announced

  1. I was incredibly happy to hear that Goblin Emperor won.

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  2. I have to reread that book. I feel like I’m the only person who didn’t like it! I was rooting for City of Stairs… Pity RJB was up against such strong competition this year.

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  3. Rabindranauth says:

    Ancillary Sword won, huh. Shocking plot twist is shocking. Really nice to see Yesterday’s Kin get some recognition, though! It was one of my top five books of last year.

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