The shortlist for the Prix Rosny Aîné for French science fiction has been announced by Eurocon 2018. There are two categories, novels and short stories. The winners, decided by a vote of the members, will be revealed at the combined Eurocon/French national SF convention in Amiens, July 19-22.
- David Calvo, Toxoplasma (La Volte)
- Laurent Genefort, Spire (Critic)
- Léo Henry, La panse (Folio SF)
- Sylvain Lamur, Quaillou (Rivière Blanche)
- Christine Luce, Les papillons géomètres (Les Moutons électriques)
NOUVELLES / SHORT FICTION
- Pierre Brulhet, Isaac (dans l’anthologie Dimension révolte des machines, Rivière Blanche)
- Andréa Deslacs, Comme un têtard dans l’eau (in AOC n° 46)
- Loïc Henry, Vert Céladon (dans Galaxies n°49)
- Grégoire Kenner, Ophélia (dans Galaxies n°45)
- Laurence Suhner, Le Terminateur (dans le recueil Le Terminateur, L’Atalante)
The winners of 2017 Rosny-Aîné (The Elder) Awards were announced at the 44th French National Science Fiction Convention held July 13-16 in Grenoble (France). The award is given in two categories, novels and short stories.
- François Rouiller: Métaquine
- Estelle Faye: Les Anges tièdes
The complete shortlist in both categories:
- Robert Darvel : L’Homme qui traversa la Terre (Les Moutons électriques)
- Dominique Douay : Brume de cendres (Les Moutons électriques)
- Loïc Henry : Les océans stellaires (Scrineo)
- Laurent Kloetzer : Vostok (Denoël)
- Christian Léourier : Dur silence de la neige (Les Moutons électriques)
- Romain Lucazeau : Latium (Denoël)
- Olivier Paquet : Jardin d’hiver (L’Atlante)
- François Rouiller : Métaquine (L’Atlante)
- Pierre Bordage : Hier, je vous donnerai de mes nouvelles (dans le recueil éponyme, L’Atalante)
- Christian Chavassieux : Nulle part, tout le temps (in Un tremplin pour l’utopie, Helios)
- Estelle Faye : Les Anges tièdes (in Un tremplin pour l’utopie, Helios)
- Léo Henry : Pour toujours l’humanité (in Bifrost n° 83)
- Laurent Kloetzer : La Confirmation (in Bifrost n° 83)
- Brice Tarvel : L’Échelle de Dieu (in Galaxies nouvelle série n° 44/86)
Also, the Prix Cyrano was given to one of the convention’s guests of honor, author Joëlle Wintrebert.
Finally, the winners of the Prix Alain le Bussy were recognized. The results of the original fiction contest were announced in May.
- “Triton sur le rivage de sable”, by Jean Bury
- “In Google we trust”, by Jean-Marc Sire
- “Les Pierres”, by Jean-Pascal Martin,
- “Bikinis Kill Nano-Stars” by Stéphane Miller.
- “A corps perdu”, by Agathe Tournois
- “Echo”, by Christo Datso
- “L’Anathème” by Philippe Pinel
- “La Parfaite équation du bonheur”, by Emilie Querbalec
- “Papa ?” by Michel Pelini
- “Patience et Longueur de Temps”, by Marie-Hélène Tissier
- “Poupsik, héros de l’espace”, by Alain Delbe
The two winning stories will be published in the French magazine Galaxies and the authors will receive 150 €, plus a 2-year subscription. The second and third place stories will also be published in Galaxies, and their authors will receive a two-year subscription. The other finalists will be published in Géante rouge 2017 (Red Giant 2017) and get a six-month subscription to Galaxies.
Prix Rosny Aîné
The winners of the 2015 Prix Rosny Aîné for French science fiction were announced at VALCON, the 42nd French National Science Fiction Convention held in Les Valayans, August 20-23. The award is given in two categories, novels and short stories.
- Sylvie LAINÉ, L’Opéra de Shaya
Also, the Prix Cyrano was given at VALCON to one of the convention’s guests of honor, French artist Philippe Caza (pseudonym of Philippe Cazaumayou).
[Via Europa SF.]
The first stage of voting has begun on the 2015 Prix Rosny Aîné for French science fiction.
There are two rounds of voting. Only the first is open to the public, and it ends July 1.
The award is given in two categories, novels and short stories. A lengthy eligibility list follows the jump.
[Via Europa SF]