2020 BSFA Awards

The British Science Fiction Association announced the BSFA Awards 2020 winners on April 4.

The BSFA Awards have been presented annually since 1970. The awards are voted on by members of the British Science Fiction Association and by the members of the year’s Eastercon, the national science fiction convention, held since 1955.

Best Artwork

  • Iain Clarke, Shipbuilding Over the Clyde, Art for Glasgow in 2024 WorldCon bid.

Best Short Fiction (under 40,000 words)

  • Ida Keogh, ‘Infinite Tea in the Demara Cafe’, Londoncentric, Newcon Press. Edited by Ian Whates.

Best Non-Fiction

  • Adam Roberts, It’s the End of the World: But What Are We Really Afraid Of?, Elliot & Thompson.

Best Novel

  • N.K. Jemisin, The City We Became, Orbit.

3 thoughts on “2020 BSFA Awards

  1. For those who haven’t noticed, the cover designed by Lauren Panepinto for The City We Became is a 3D image, which is actually 3D when viewed with colored 3D glasses.

  2. Two delectable looking books I missed on release. I need to pay attention.

    What are we afraid of? Ummm…ring around the collar! BO! That big presentation to the board! Appearing uncool to our teenage children! Losing our righteous abs!

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