The British Science Fiction Association has announced the finalists for the 2014 BSFA Awards. BSFA also furnished links to the nominees which are available free online.
- Richard Anderson for the cover of Mirror Empire by Kameron Hurley, published by Angry Robot Books.
- Blacksheep for the cover of Bête by Adam Roberts, published by Gollancz
- Tessa Farmer for her sculpture The Wasp Factory, after Iain Banks.
- Jeffery Alan Love for the cover of Wolves by Simon Ings, published by Gollancz
- Andy Potts for the cover of Mars Evacuees by Sophia McDougall, published by Egmont
- Paul Kincaid for Call and Response, published by Beccon Books
- Jonathan McCalmont for “Deep Forests and Manicured Gardens: A Look at Two New Short Fiction Magazines”
- Edward James, for Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers and the First World War
- Strange Horizons: various authors for The State of British SF and Fantasy: A Symposium
- Karen Burnham for Greg Egan, published by University of Illinois Press
Best Short Fiction
- Ruth E J Booth for “The Honey Trap”, published in La Femme, Newcon Press
- Octavia Cade for The Mussel Eater, published by The Book Smugglers
- Benjanun Sriduangkaew for Scale Bright, published by Immersion Press
- Nina Allan, for The Race, published by Newcon Press
- Frances Hardinge, for Cuckoo Song, published by Macmillan
- Dave Hutchinson, for Europe in Autumn, published by Solaris
- Simon Ings, for Wolves, published by Gollancz
- Ann Leckie, for Ancilliary Sword, published by Orbit
- Claire North, for The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August, published by Orbit
- Nnedi Okorafor, for Lagoon, published by Hodder
- Neil Williamson, for The Moon King, published by Newcon Press