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2010 Locus Award Winners Posted at 5:48 AM by Dave Post

Dave Post

BoneshakerThe City & The City The Windup Girl Leviathan

 

The winners for the 2010 Locus Awards have been announced at the Science Fiction Awards Weekend in Seattle, WA.  They winners are:

  • Science Fiction Novel: Boneshaker by Cherie Priest (Tor)
  • Fantasy Novel: The City & The City by China Miéville (Del Rey; Macmillan UK)
  • First Novel: The Windup Girl by Paolo Bacigalupi (Night Shade)
  • Young Adult Novel: Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld (Simon Pulse; Simon & Schuster UK)
  • Novella: The Women of Nell Gwynne’s by Kage Baker (Subterranean)
  • Novelette: “By Moonlight” by Peter S. Beagle (We Never Talk About My Brother)
  • Short Story: “An Invocation of Incuriosity” by Neil Gaiman (Songs of the Dying Earth)
  • Magazine: F&SF
  • Publisher: Tor
  • Anthology: The New Space Opera 2 by Gardner Dozois & Jonathan Strahan, eds. (Eos; HarperCollins Australia)
  • Collection: The Best of Gene Wolfe by Gene Wolfe (Tor); as The Very Best of Gene Wolfe (PS)
  • Editor: Ellen Datlow
  • Artist: Michael Whelan
  • Non-Fiction/Art Book: Cheek by Jowl by Ursula K. Le Guin (Aqueduct)

Thanks to Locus Online for the live coverage of the event.  You can go to their website to see the official announcement.  Congrats to all the winners and nominees.  You can see the list of finalists for the SF and Fantasy novels here.

So, Boneshaker and The City & The City.  No surprises there as they have both been very well received and won multiple awards – especially City with six nominations and now three wins.  Impressive.  Both books are still in the running for the 2010 Hugo as well with City also still in the hunt for the 2010 Campbell.

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2 Comments

Wintermute   |   28 Jun 2010 @ 19:13

I still don’t have an explanation as to why The City & The City was nominated as a fantasy novel and not a sci-fi novel. It’s nominated for every other award as a sci-fi novel but in this case it was not. I have not checked the Locus site so if the answer is there may I be smote-d.

MT in Austin   |   06 Jul 2010 @ 21:24

A well-deserved win for Boneshaker. It was one of the most entertaining books I’ve read in a long time.

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