Tag Archives: Emily St. John Mandel

British Fantasy Award Nominees Announced

Nominations for the British Fantasy Awards were announced earlier this week. The nominees were chosen by a combination of membership votes from the British Fantasy Society and juried members of the selection committee. Winners will be selected by jury and … Continue reading

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Station Eleven wins the 2015 Clarke Award

Station Eleven, the tremendous post-apocalyptic novel by Emily St. John Mandel, has won the 2015 Arthur C. Clarke Award. One of the most prestigious awards in science fiction, the juried award is presented to the best science fiction novel in Great … Continue reading

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Arthur C. Clarke Award Shortlist Announced

It’s officially the height of awards season for Sci-Fi as the Arthur C. Clarke Awards announced their shortlist for 2014. The juried award is presented for the best science-fiction novel published in the UK. The shortlist is a refreshing mix … Continue reading

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2014: My Year in Books — The Good, the Bad and the Unread

I’ve done a lot of reading this year, and with it winding down I think it’s time for the requisite “Best of” List. So this is my look back at the year in Sci-Fi, Fantasy and a smattering of speculative … Continue reading

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Review: Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

Station Eleven Emily St. John Mandel ★★★★ Knopf, 2014. How come when mainstream, award-winning novels flirt with sci-fi and fantasy, it seems to involve the apocalypse? Cormac McCarthy won the Pulitzer Prize with the bleak, cannibal-filled The Road. And now … Continue reading

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