The National Fantasy Fan Federation announced several awards and honors in the latest issue of the organization’s newsletter Tightbeam.
2018 NEFFY AWARDS
The National Fantasy Fan Federation Speculative Fiction Awards, called the Neffy Awards, have been given annually since 2005.
- Princess Holy Aura by Ryk Spoor
Best Shorter Work
- “And Then There Were (N-One)” by Sarah Pinsker
Best Book Editor
- Toni Weisskopf
- Thor: Ragnarok
- Mad Genius Club
Best TV Show
- The Ancient Magus Bride
Best Graphic Art Publication
- Jean Grey
- Jon Swartz
By vote of the Directorate, N3F Historian Jon Swartz has been elected as a Life Member of the N3F. He joins long-time Life Member Jacqueline Lichtenberg in this role.
2018 KAYMAR AWARD
- Cedar Sanderson
The Kaymar Award is given for work for the benefit of the club and its members. The recipient is decided by a vote of prior winners. The award, which may only be won once, is a memorial to long-time Neffer K. Martin Carlson (1904-1986) who originated, maintained, and financed it for 25 years.
Update: Corrected title of Spoor novel — which was wrong in the Tightbeam announcement.
That Best Novel should be titled Princess Holy Aura.
Well, I’ve corrected it now. I wonder if Tightbeam will correct the error — it’s their award, after all.