The British Science Fiction Association today announced the winners of the 2021 BSFA Awards.
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.
The BSFA Awards have been presented annually since 1970. This year marks the launch of a new category, the Best Book for Younger Readers.
BEST BOOK FOR YOUNGER READERS
- Iron Widow, by Xiran Jay Zhao, Rock the Boat
- Shards of Earth by Adrian Tchaikovsky, Tor
BEST SHORTER FICTION
- ‘Fireheart Tiger’ by Aliette de Bodard, Tor.com
- Worlds Apart: Worldbuilding in Fantasy and Science Fiction, ed. Francesca T. Barbini, Luna Publishing
- Glasgow Green Woman by Iain Clark, Glasgow2024
Congrats to all the winners. Especially delighted for Aliette, and for Adrian. I didn’t see the original BSFA tweet, but Nick Eden tagged me, thinking it would be of interest and delight to me. He was right!
Congrats to all – I’ve actually read one of these (and the rest go on the List).
I think knowing what will make Paul excited isn’t the biggest challenge.
It’s a good set of winners. Oh my groaning tbr pile