2019 Deutsche Science Fiction Preis

The winners of the Deutsche Science Fiction Preis 2019 were honored in Dresden, Germany this weekend.

The juried award for the best short story and best novel written in the German language is sponsored by the SFCD, Germany´s largest science-fiction club. Each winner will receive €1000.

Bester deutschsprachiger Roman / Best German Language Novel

  • »Hologrammatica« von Tom Hillenbrand, Kiwi (Kiepenheuer & Witsch)

Beste deutschsprachige Kurzgeschichte / Best German Language Short Story

  • »Confinement« von Thorsten Küper, in »Nova 26«

The other finalists are ranked in the official announcement here.

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  1. Tom Hillenbrand is the fairly rare example of an author who has won awards in more than one genre, because he has won the Deutscher Science Fiction Preis and the Kurd Laßwitz Preis as well as the crime fiction awards Friedrich Glauser Preis and Radio Bremen Krimipreis.

    I haven’t read Hologrammatica yet, but I liked his previous novel Drohnenland a lot. And yes, it is both SF and a murder mystery.

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