2015 Parsec Award Winners

Parsec Awards logoThe winners of the 2015 Parsec Awards were announced at Dragon Con on September 6. All of the following information is copied from the Parsec Awards Twitter feed.

Best Speculative Fiction Story: Small Cast (Short Form)

  • “O’Malley’s Media Storm” by V.C. Morrison, Seminar

Best Speculative Fiction Audio Drama (Short Form)

  • Aaron’s World by Mike Meraz & Aaron Meraz

Best Speculative Fiction Story: Large Cast (Short Form)

  • “Last Contact” by Rish Outfield and Bigg Anklevich

Best Speculative Fiction Story: Small Cast (Novella & Long Form)

  • The Black, by Paul E. Cooley

Best Speculative Fiction Audio Drama (Long Form)

  • “The Sinister Secret of StarNasty” OR “A Mike in the Mechanics” by by Michael McQuilkin and Richard Wentworth

Best New Speculative Fiction Podcaster/Team

  • PleasureTown

Best Speculative Fiction Video Story

  • Mario Warfare

Best Fact Behind the Fiction Podcast

  • Universe Today’s Guide to Space by Fraser Cain

Best Speculative Fiction Fan or News Podcast (General)

  • The Incomparable

Best Speculative Fiction Magazine or Anthology Podcast

  • Seminar: An Original Anthology Show

Best Speculative Fiction Fan or News Podcast (Specific)

  • The Scot and the Sassenach by Lani Diane Rich and Alastair Stephens

Best Podcast about Speculative Fiction Content Creation

  • The Journeyman Writer

Best Speculative Fiction Comedy/Parody Podcast

  • [1] New Message by Jamie Gower

Update: Two items originally announced as finalists by the Steering Committee in the Best Speculative Fiction Story: Small Cast (Short Form) were subsequently ruled ineligible. “While a portion of the episodes in which they appeared are available for free, the stories themselves are behind a paywall.”

3 thoughts on “2015 Parsec Award Winners

  1. I listen to a lot of podcasts, but the only one of these I’ve heard is The Incomparable. I’ve often wondered why The Incomparable doesn’t get more love in the SF world. I’ll grant that it’s strayed a bit from the heavy focus on SF/F in the last year or two, but I still enjoy it.

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