Monday, January 23, 2006

Cory Doctorow story makes BSFA Awards short list

Cory Doctorow's short story "I, Robot," published in Infinite Matrix, has made the short list for this year's British Science Fiction Association (BSFA) awards for short fiction, presented annually by the BSFA based on a vote of its members and members of the British national science fiction convention, Eastercon. The awards will be presented on April 15 at the 2006 Eastercon, Concussion, in Glasgow.

Other short-listed stories in the short fiction category are "Bears Discover Smut" by Michael Bishop (SciFiction), "Bird Songs at Eventide" by Nina Allan (Interzone), "Guadalupe and Hieronymus Bosch" by Rudy Rucker (Interzone), "Imagine" by Edward Morries (Interzone), "Magic for Beginners" by Kelly Link (Magic For Beginners and F&SF), "Soft Apocalypse" by Will McIntosh (Interzone) and "Two Dreams on Trains" by Elizabeth Bear (Strange Horizons).

There's a full article on the BSFA awards shortlists on the SFWA site.

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