BSFA Award for Best Novel

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BSFA Award for Best Novel
Awarded for The best science fiction or fantasy novel published in the previous calendar year
Country UK
Presented by British Science Fiction Association
First awarded 1970
Currently held by Ann Leckie (Ancillary Justice) and Gareth L. Powell (Ack-Ack Macaque)
Official website BSFA Awards

The BSFA Awards are given every year by the British Science Fiction Association. The Best Novel award is open to any novel-length work of science fiction or fantasy that has been published in the UK for the first time in the previous year. Serialised novels are eligible, provided that the publication date of the concluding part is in the previous year. If a novel has been previously published elsewhere, but it hasn't been published in the UK until the previous year, it is eligible.[1]

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  1. ^ "BSFA Award Winners & Nominees (Novel)". Worlds Without End. Retrieved 2011-10-31. 
  2. ^ http://www.bsfa.co.uk/bsfa-award-winners-announced "BSFA Award winners announced", accessed on 23 April 2014