26/03/2008. Contributed by Jessica Martin
The results of the 2007 British Science Fiction Association (BSFA) awards were announced on 22nd March 2008. The awards were presented during Orbital, the British national science fiction convention (aka Eastercon), at the Radisson Edwardian Hotel in London. The awards were presented by guests of honour at the convention.
The awards were made to:
'Brasyl' by Ian McDonald (Gollancz)
The award was presented to Ian McDonald by Neil Gaiman.
BEST SHORT FICTION:
'Lighting Out' by Ken MacLeod (from 'disLocations'; Newcon Press)
The award was presented by Tanith Lee and accepted for Ken MacLeod to Ian Whates, the editor of 'disLocations'.
'Cracked World' by Andy Bigwood (cover of 'disLocations').
The award was presented by Charles Stross.
BSFA FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY AWARD: BEST NOVEL OF 1958
'Non-Stop' by Brian Aldiss.
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