2019 BSFA Awards

The British Science Fiction Association presented the 2019 BSFA Awards in a video ceremony on YouTube today.

The results ordinarily would have been announced at the 2020 Eastercon, Concentric, in April, but the convention was cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The winners are:

Best Novel

  • Adrian Tchaikovsky – Children of Ruin (Tor)

Best Shorter Fiction

  • Amal El-Mohtar & Max Gladstone – This is How You Lose the Time War (Jo Fletcher Books)

Best Non-Fiction

  • Farah Mendlesohn – The Pleasant Profession of Robert A. Heinlein (Unbound)

Best Artwork

  • Chris Baker (Fangorn) – Cover for ‘Wourism and Other Stories’ by Ian Whates (Luna Press)

5 thoughts on “2019 BSFA Awards

  1. I really must find and extra several hours a day for reading just so I’ve time to get to Children of Ruin.

  2. @Nick —

    I really must find and extra several hours a day for reading just so I’ve time to get to Children of Ruin.

    Personally, I liked it better than Children of Time; the new species in this one are extremely interesting, and the “bad guys” are seriously creepy. But I’ve heard others say they liked Time better — so YMMV.

  3. Adrian Tchaikovsky is impressively productive and consistently excellent.

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