The Premio Robot 2018, named for the Italian sff magazine Robot, has been won by Lukha B. Kremo for his story “Invertito” (“Inverted”).
The winner was selected by a jury of Silvio Sosio, Francesco Lato, and Salvatore Proietti.
The finalists for three Italian sff awards have recently been announced.
Premio Urania 2017 Finalists
The stories up for the Premio Urania were revealed on March 19.
Here are the finalists in alphabetical order by author:
The winner will be published in Urania in November 2018.
Premio Vegetti Shortlist
The Premio Vegetti is given by World SF Italia, Italy’s professional association for sff writers and a vestige of the World SF organization once led by Harry Harrison. The award is its counterpart to the Nebula. The finalists were announced February 9.
Romanzo di Fantascienza / Science Fiction Novel
The jury for this category is President: Matteo Vegetti, jurors V. Barbera, A. M. Bonavoglia, and A. Cersosimo
Saggio di Fantascienza / Science Fiction Essay
The jury for this category is: President: Matteo Vegetti, and jurors M. Alberghini, C. Onniboni , C. Villani
Antologia di Fantascienza / Science Fiction Anthology
The jury for this category is President Matteo Vegetti, and jurors D. Longoni, F. Piccinini, and L. Pietrafesa
Premio Robot Finalists
Six finalists for the Premio Robot, named for the Italian sff magazine Robot, were announced on February 19.
The winner will be selected by a jury composed of Silvio Sosio, Francesco Lato, and Salvatore Proietti.