ESFS Awards

2018


Eurocon
Amiens (France)

The committee of the ESFS reworked the ESFS Awards, these first came into effect in 2017.

HALL OF FAME

Best Author: Анна Старобинец/Anna Starobinets – Russia
Best Artist Milivoj Ćeran – Croatia
Best Magazine: Angle mort / Blindspot – France
Best Publisher: Zhupansky – Ukraine
Best Promoter Jukka Halme – Finland
Best Translator Ylva Spångberg – Sweden

The CHRYSALIS AWARDS

  • Maksim Kutuzau       Belarus
  • Věra Mertlíková        Czech Republic
  • Nicolas Sarter            France
  • Sinéad O’Heart          Ireland
  • Daniel Timariu          Romania
  • Martin Hatala             Slovakia
  • Yaryna Katorozh       Ukraine

The ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS:

Best Work of Fiction: The House of Binding Thorns, by Aliette de Bodard – France
Best Work of Art: Cover of ”Junkerś i Vaililiant protiv sila tome, by Sebastijan Čamagajevac – Croatia
Best Fanzine: Journey Planet, issue 33 – Ireland
Best Internet Publication, other than a fanzine: nooSFere – France
Best Dramatic Presentation: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets – France
Best work for Children: There was a tie in this category and the so it is awarded to both

  • Das Sagenbuch zum Stephansdom , by Barbara Schinko – Austria
  • Moj brat živi u kompjuteru, by Branka Primorac – Croatia

HONORARY AWARD European Grand Master:

  • Gerard Klein, France

 

9 comments

  1. […] Hoy, 23 de agosto, en Dublín, se acaba de hacer pública la sede para la Eurocon 2016, que se celebrará el 4, 5 y 6 de noviembre. Y la sede ganadora ha sido Barcelona. Eurocon es una convención europea anual sobre ciencia ficción, fantasía y terror. El comité organizador de cada Eurocon es seleccionado por el voto de los participantes en el evento anterior. El proceso de selección está coordinado por la Sociedad Europea de la Ciencia Ficción (European Science Fiction Society). La Eurocon se viene celebrando desde 1972, cuya primera edición tuvo como sede Trieste, Italia. Además, en la Eurocon se hace entrega de los Premios Europeos de la Ciencia Ficción (The European SF Awards) […]

  2. […] The ESFS Awards ceremony is a difficult problem. There isn’t really time in the schedule for a separate awards ceremony, given that Saturday night is usually given over to national awards. I have seen awards ceremonies that go on for ever. This year they went to the opposite extreme and just read out the names of the winners very quickly. There wasn’t even a slide with their names on. The full list of winners is available here. […]

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