Ditmar Award results

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The Ditmar Award is Australia's oldest and best-known science fiction, fantasy and horror award, presented annually since 1969, usually at the Australian "Natcon". The historical nominations and results (listed in boldface) of the Award follow.

1969: Eighth Australian Science Fiction Convention, Melbourne[edit]

Best Australian Science Fiction of any length, or collection[edit]

Best International Science Fiction of any length, or collection[edit]

Best Contemporary Writer of Science Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Amateur Science Fiction Publication or Fanzine[edit]

1970: Ninth Australian Science Fiction Convention, Melbourne[edit]

Best Australian Science Fiction[edit]

Best International Publication[edit]

  • Amazing Stories[1]
  • Vision of Tomorrow[1]

Best International Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

1971: Tenth Australian Science Fiction Convention, Melbourne[edit]

Best Australian SF[edit]

Best International Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

Special Awards[edit]

1972: Syncon 2, Sydney[edit]

Best Australian Fiction[edit]

Best International Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

1973: Advention 2, Adelaide[edit]

Best Australian Fiction[edit]

Best International Fiction[edit]

Best Dramatic Presentation[edit]

  • Aussiefan[1]
  • A Clockwork Orange[1]
  • Slaughterhouse Five[1]
  • Tales From The Crypt[1]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

1974: Ozcon, Melbourne[edit]

(The programme book for the 1990 Natcon, Danse Macabre, records that no Ditmar Awards were presented in 1974.)

No Ditmar Awards[edit]

1975: Syncon '75, Sydney[edit]

Best Australian SF[edit]

Best International Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

  • Osiris, Del & Dennis Stocks[1]
  • Forerunner, Sue Clarke[1]
  • Fanew Sletter, Leigh Edmonds[1]
  • Chao, John Alderson[1]
  • Gegenschein, Eric Lindsay[1]

1976: Bofcon, Melbourne[edit]

Best Australian Fiction[edit]

Best International Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

  • Chao, John Alderson[1]
  • Fanew Sletter, Leigh Edmonds[1]
  • Mad Dan's Review, Marc Ortlieb[1]
  • Osiris, Del & Dennis Stocks[1]
  • Interstellar Ramjet Scoop, Bill Wright[1]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

1977: A-Con 7, Adelaide[edit]

Best Australian Science Fiction[edit]

Best International Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

Special committee award[edit]

  • "The Ins and Outs of the Hadhya City State", Phillipa Maddern[1]

1978: Unicon IV, Melbourne[edit]

Australian Science Fiction, Best Novel[edit]

Australian Science Fiction, Best Short Fiction[edit]

  • "Albert's Bellyful", Francis Payne (Yggdrasil, Feb '77)[1]
  • "Ignorant of Magic", Phillipa C. Maddern (View From The Edge)[1]
  • "The Two Body Problem", Bruce Barnes (View From The Edge)[1]
  • "The Long Fall", A. Bertram Chandler (Amazing, July '77)[1]

Best International Fiction[edit]

Best Amateur Australian Publication (Fanzine)[edit]

  • Yggdrasil, Dennis Callegari & Alan Wilson[1]
  • Enigma, Van Ikin[1]
  • Minardor, Marc Ortlieb[1]
  • Fanew Sletter, Leigh Edmonds[1]
  • Epsilon Eridani Express, Neville J. Angove[1]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

  • George Turner, "The Martial Art of SF Criticism", Yggdrasil, Feb, May & August 1977[1]
  • Andrew Whitmore, "The Novels of D.G. Compton", SF Commentary, No 52.[1]
  • Robert Scholes & Eric S. Rabkin, Science Fiction: History Science Vision, O.U.P[1]
  • George Turner, "The Silverberg Phenomenon", SF Commentary, No 51[1]
  • Van Ikin, Review of 'Going'[1]

1979: Syncon '79, Sydney[edit]

Best Australian Fiction[edit]

Best International Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

  • Forerunner, Jack R. Herman[1]
  • Yggdrasil, Dennis Callegari & Alan Wilson[1]
  • Scytale, Peter Toluzzi[1]
  • The Epsilon Eridani Express, Neville J. Angove[1]
  • Chunder!, John Foyster[1]

Best Australian Fanwriter[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

  • Susan Wood, "Women and Science Fiction", Algol 33, 1978[1]
  • John Bangsund, Parergon Papers 10, ANZAPA, October 1978[1]
  • John McPharlin, "On The Ebb Tide of the New Wave", Auto Delerium, March 1978[1]
  • Lloyd Biggle Jr, "The Morasses of Academe Revisited", Analog, September 1978[1]

1980: Swancon 5, Perth[edit]

Australian Fiction[edit]

Best International Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

Best Australian Fanwriter[edit]

Australian Fantasy/SF Artist[edit]

  • Bevan Casey[1]
  • Chris Johnston[1]
  • Rob McGough[1]
  • John Packer[1]
  • Marilyn Pride[1]
  • Jane Taubman[1]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

  • Terry Dowling, "The Art of Xenography", Science Fiction 3[1]
  • Bruce Gillespie, "The Man Who Filled the Void" & "By Our Fruits", S.F. Commentary 55/56[1]
  • Jack R. Herman, "Paradox as Paradigm: A Review of The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant the Unbeliever", Forerunner, May[1]
  • George Turner, "Delany: A Victim of the Great Applause", Yggdrasil 3/79[1]

1981: Advention '81, Adelaide[edit]

Best Australian Novel[edit]

Best Australian Short Fiction[edit]

Best International Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

Best Australian Fanwriter[edit]

Best Australian SF or Fantasy Artist[edit]

  • John Packer[1]
  • Marilyn Pride[1]
  • Jane Taubman[1]
  • Julie Vaux[1]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

1982: Tschaicon, Melbourne[edit]

(The Australian newszine Thyme records that Tschaicon was the "First Australasian Science Fiction Convention", the relevant constitution having had "Australian" replaced with "Australasian" throughout; that the award categories used "Australasian" rather than "Australian"; and that the constitution was modified, at Tschaicon, to have "Australasian" changed back to "Australian".)

Best Long Australasian Science Fiction or Fantasy[edit]

Best Short Australasian Science Fiction or Fantasy[edit]

Best International Fiction[edit]

Best Australasian Fanzine[edit]

  • Australian SF News, Mervyn R. Binns[1]
  • Q36, Marc Ortlieb[1]
  • S.F. Commentary, Bruce Gillespie[1]
  • Thyme, Andrew Brown and Irwin Hirsh[1]
  • Weberwoman's Wrevenge, Jean Weber[1]

Best Australasian Fanwriter[edit]

  • Leigh Edmonds[1]
  • Judith Hanna[1]
  • Eric B. Lindsay[1]
  • Marc Ortlieb[1]

Best Australasian SF or Fantasy Artist[edit]

  • Steph Campbell[1]
  • Chris Johnston[1]
  • John Packer[1]
  • Marilyn Pride[1]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

1983: Syncon '83, Sydney[edit]

Best Australian Science Fiction or Fantasy[edit]

Best International Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

  • Ornithopter, Leigh Edmonds[1]
  • Q36, Marc Ortlieb[1]
  • Science Fiction, Van Ikin[1]
  • Thyme, Andrew Brown, Irwin Hirsh, Roger Weddall[1]
  • Weberwoman's Wrevenge, Jean Weber[1]

Best Australian Fanwriter[edit]

Best Australian SF or Fantasy Artist[edit]

  • Kerrie Hanlon[1]
  • Chris Johnston[1]
  • Marilyn Pride[1]
  • Nick Stathopoulos[1]

Best Australian SF or Fantasy Cartoonist[edit]

  • Terry Frost[1]
  • Michael McGann[1]
  • John Packer[1]
  • Jane Taubman[1]
  • Julie Vaux[1]

Best Australian SF or Fantasy Editor[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

Special Award[edit]

  • Robin Johnson, Contribution to Fandom[1]

1984: Eurekacon, Melbourne[edit]

Best Australian Long Science Fiction or Fantasy[edit]

Best Australian Short Science Fiction or Fantasy[edit]

Best International Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

  • Australian Science Fiction News, Mervyn R. Binns[1]
  • Rataplan/Ornithopter, Leigh Edmonds[1]
  • Science Fiction, Van Ikin[1]
  • Thyme, Roger Weddall[1]
  • Wahf-full, Jack Herman[1]

Best Australian Fanwriter[edit]

  • Leigh Edmonds[1]
  • Terry Frost[1]
  • Jack Herman[1]
  • Seth Lockwood[1]

Best Australian SF or Fantasy Artist[edit]

Best Australian SF or Fantasy Cartoonist[edit]

  • Bill Flowers[1]
  • Terry Frost[1]
  • Craig Hilton[1]
  • Michael McGann[1]
  • John Packer[1]
  • Clint Strickland[1]

Best Australian SF or Fantasy Editor[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

1985: Advention '85, Adelaide[edit]

Best Australian Novel[edit]

Best Australian Short Fiction[edit]

Best International Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

  • Australian SF News, Merv Binns[1][3]
  • The Mentor, Ron L. Clarke[1]
  • Rataplan, Leigh Edmonds[1]
  • Science Fiction, Van Ikin[1]

Best Australian Fanwriter[edit]

Best Australian SF or Fantasy Artist, Cartoonist or Illustrator[edit]

Best Australian SF or Fantasy Editor[edit]

Best Australian SF or Fantasy Dramatic Presentation[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

1986: Swancon XI, Perth[edit]

Best Australian Science Fiction Novel[edit]

Best Australian Short Fiction[edit]

Best International Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

  • The Notional, Leigh Edmonds[1]
  • The Metaphysical Review, Bruce Gillespie[1]
  • Thyme, Roger Weddall & Peter Burns[1]
  • Tigger, Marc Ortlieb[1]
  • Sikander, Irwin Hirsh[1]

Best Australian Fanwriter[edit]

Best Australian SF or Fantasy Artist[edit]

  • Lewis Morley[1]
  • John Packer[1]
  • Betty deGabrielle[1]
  • Nick Stathopoulos[1]
  • Marilyn Pride[1]
  • Craig Hilton[1]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

1987: Capcon, Canberra[edit]

Best Australian Science Fiction or Fantasy Novel[edit]

Best Australian Science Fiction or Fantasy Short Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

  • The Space Wastrel, Mark Loney, Michelle Muijsert, Julian Warner[1]
  • Motional, Anonymous[1]
  • Larrikin, Irwin Hirsh & Perry Middlemiss[1]
  • Metaphysical Review, Bruce Gillespie[1]
  • Thyme, Roger Weddall and Peter Burns[1]

Best Australian SF or Fantasy Artist[edit]

  • Craig Hilton[1]
  • Nick Stathopoulos[1]
  • Kerrie Hanlon[1]
  • Betty deGabriele[1]
  • John Packer[1]

Outstanding Contribution to Australian Fandom[edit]

  • Carey Handfield,[4] T.R.O. (The Real Official.)[1]
  • Jessica Aldridge[4]
  • Peter McNamara[4]
  • Michelle Muijsert[4]
  • John Foyster[4]

William Atheling Award[edit]

1988: Conviction, Sydney[edit]

Best Australian Long Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Short Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

  • Australian Science Fiction Review, Melbourne Collective eds[1]
  • Larrikin, Irwin Hirsh, Perry Middlemiss[1]
  • Science Fiction, Van Ikin[1]
  • The Space Wastrel, Mark Loney, Michelle Muijsert, Julian Warner[1]

Best Australian Fan Writer[edit]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

  • Donna Angus[1]
  • Kerrie Hanlon[1]
  • Craig Hilton[1]
  • David Kenyon[1]
  • Stephen McArthur[1]
  • Lewis Morley[1]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

  • Russell Blackford, "Deconstructing the Demon: John Calvin Bachelor's Novels" ASFR #11[1]
  • Richard Erlich & Peter Hall, "A Prefilmic, Post-Poststructurialist Prostruction of Alien/Alien3", ASFR #11[1]
  • John Foyster, Review of Trillion Year Spree, ASFR #7[1]
  • Van Ikin, "Mirror Reversals and the Tolkien Writing Game", Science Fiction #25[1]
  • Susan Margaret, "Structural Analysis of SF. Why?", The Space Wastrel[1]
  • Janeen Webb, "I Know Who I am, But What is my Brand Name?"[1]

1989: Swancon 14, Perth[edit]

Best Australian Long Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Short Fiction[edit]

Best International Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

  • SFR, SF Collective[1]
  • Get Stuffed, Jacob Blake[1]
  • Larrikin, Perry Middlemiss & Irwin Hirsh[1]
  • Science Fiction, Van Ikin[1]

Best Australian Fanwriter[edit]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

  • Ian Gunn[1]
  • Kerrie Hanlon[1]
  • Craig Hilton[1]
  • Mike McGann[1]
  • Kiera McKenzie[1]
  • Phil Wlodarczyk[1]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

  • Russell Blackford, ASFR articles[1]
  • Martin Bridgestock, "Sea & Summer", ASFR, and "Counter Earth/Counter Humanity", Metaphysical Review[1]
  • Janeen Webb, ASFR articles[1]
  • Arthur Webster, "Speaker for the Dead", Get Stuffed[1]

1990: Danse Macabre, Melbourne[edit]

The William Atheling Jr Award was withdrawn for insufficient nominations

Best Australian Long Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Short Fiction[edit]

  • Terry Dowling, "The Quiet Redemption of Andy the House", Australian Short Stories #26 (June 1989)[1]
  • Rosaleen Love, "If You Go Down to the Park Today", Total Devotion Machine[1]
  • Rosaleen Love, "Total Devotion Machine", Total Devotion Machine[1]
  • Petrina Smith, "Over the Edge", Mirrors: Redress Novellas[1]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

Best Australian Fanwriter[edit]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

  • Ian Gunn[1]
  • Kerrie Hanlon[1]
  • Craig Hilton[1]
  • Phil Wlodarczyk[1]

1991: Suncon, Brisbane[edit]

Best Fannish Cat[edit]

  • Apple Blossom, humans: Elaine Cochrane & Bruce Gillespie[5]
  • Constantinople, human: Phil Wlodarczyk[5]
  • Emma Peel, human: Terry Frost[5]
  • Godzilla, humans: Ian Gunn & Karen Pender-Gunn[5]
  • Honey, humans: Gerald [Smith] & Womble[5]
  • Satan, human: Phil Wlodarczyk[5]
  • Truffle, humans: Mark Loney & Michelle Muijsert[5]
  • Typo, human: Roger Weddall[5][1]

Best Fanzine[edit]

  • Australian Science Fiction Review, (Second series), edited by the Science Fiction Collective[1]
  • Doxa!, Roman Orszanski[1]
  • Doxy, John Foyster[1]
  • Ethel the Aardvark, Alan Stewart[1]
  • Pink, Karen Pender-Gunn[1]
  • StunGunn, Ian Gunn[1]

Best Australian Novel or Anthology[edit]

Best Australian Short Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Fan Artist[edit]

  • Ian Gunn[1]
  • Craig Hilton[1]
  • Marion Plumridge[1]
  • Phil Wlodarczyk[1]

Best Australian Fan Writer[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

  • Russell Blackford, "Analogues of Anomie: Lee Harding's Novels" in Science Fiction 30 & Australian Science Fiction Review (Second Series)[1]
  • Bruce Gillespie, "The Non-SF Novels of Philip K. Dick" presented at the Nova Mob and published in ANZAPA[1]
  • Peter Nicholls, "Fantastic World" reviews in the Melbourne Sunday Herald[1]
  • Alan Stewart, Reviews in Ethel the Aardvark and SF Commentary[1]

1992: Syncon, Sydney[edit]

The awards ceremony included presentation of five special awards from the Syncon committee to Jack R. Herman, Eric B. Lindsay, Ron Clarke, Sue Clarke, and Shayne McCormack.[6]

Best Novel or Collection[edit]

Best Short Fiction[edit]

Best Fanzine[edit]

  • Eidolon,[6][7] ed Jonathan Strahan, Richard Scriven and Jeremy Byrne[8]
  • Ethel the Aardvark, Alan Stewart[1]
  • Inconsequential Parallax, Tim Richards & Narrelle Harris[1]
  • Thyme, LynC & Clive Newall[1]
  • Thyme, Greg Hills & Mark Loney[1]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

Best Artist[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award for Criticism or Review[edit]

1993: Swancon 18, Perth[edit]

Best Long Fiction[edit]

Best Short Fiction[edit]

Best Periodical[edit]

  • Slow Glass Books Catalog, Justin Ackroyd[9]
  • Eidolon, Jeremy G. Byrne, Richard Scriven, Jonathan Strahan[9]
  • Ethel the Aardvark, Alan Stewart[9][1]
  • Thyme,[9] Alan Stewart[1]
  • Aurealis, Dirk Strasser & Stephen Higgins[9]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

  • Paul Ewings[9]
  • Terry Frost[9]
  • Robin Pen[9]
  • Karen Pender-Gunn[9]
  • Alan Stewart[9]
  • Roger Weddall[9]

Best Artwork[edit]

  • "Fanimals", Ian Gunn[9]
  • "Space Time Buccaneers", Ian Gunn (Inconsequential Parallax)[9]
  • 1992 Ditmar Award, Lewis Morley[9]
  • Cover art for Blue Tyson, Nick Stathopoulos[9]
  • "Relics", Shaun Tan (Eidolon 9)[9]
  • "Snowman", Leisl Yvette (Eidolon 9)[9]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

  • "Five Go Camping with 12.1 Club", Paul Ewins (Ethel the Aardvark 41)[9]
  • "James Morrow and the ERNI", Bruce Gillespie (Nova Mob, ANZAPA 148)[9][10]
  • "Australian SF Art Turns 50", Sean McMullen (Eidolon 7)[9]
  • "From Fantasy to Gallileo", Sean McMullen(Nova Mob, Eidolon 10)[9]
  • Reviews in Ethel the Aardvark, Karen Pender-Gunn[9]

1994: Constantinople, Melbourne[edit]

Best Long Fiction or Collection[edit]

Best Short Fiction[edit]

Best Professional Art Work[edit]

  • Galaxy Bookshop Dragon, Lewis Morley[12]
  • Twilight Beach Cover, Nick Stathopoulos[11]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

Best Fanzine[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

  • "Five Bikers of the Apocalypse", Leigh Edmonds, Eidolon #12[12]
  • "SF Sucks", James Allen, Get Stuffed #6[11]
  • "Silverberg Not Moving", Damien Broderick, SF Commentary 73/74/75[12]

1995: Thylacon, Hobart[edit]

The awards ceremony included presentation of a special Committee Award to Peter Nicholls.[13]

Best Australian Long Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Short Fiction[edit]

Best Professional Artwork[edit]

Best Fanzine[edit]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

1996: Swancon 21, Perth[edit]

Best Long Fiction[edit]

Best Short Fiction[edit]

Best Publication/Fanzine (Periodical)[edit]

Best Artwork[edit]

Best Non-Professional/Fan Writer[edit]

Best Non-Professional/Fan Artist[edit]

William Atheling Jnr Award[edit]

1997: Basicon 2, Melbourne[edit]

Best Australian Long Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Short Fiction[edit]

Best Fanzine[edit]

  • The Communicator, Derek Screen[18]
  • Emerald City, Cheryl Morgan[18]
  • Oscillation Overthruster, Sue Ann Barber[18]
  • Pinkette, Karen Pender-Gunn[18]
  • Science Fiction, Van Ikin[18]
  • Thyme, Alan Stewart[19][1]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

Best Professional Artwork[edit]

William Atheling Jr. Award for Criticism or Review[edit]

  • Russell Blackford, for "The Tiger in the Prison House", Science Fiction #37, Reviews of Distress in Science Fiction and NYRSF, and "Jewels in Junk City" in Review of Contemporary Fiction[18]
  • Alan Stewart, for reviews in Thyme[19][1]
  • Janeen Webb, for "Post human SF: Lost in Cyberspace", The Festival of Imagination Program Book[18]

1998: Thylacon II, Hobart[edit]

Best Long Fiction[edit]

Best Short Fiction[edit]

Best Dramatic Presentation[edit]

  • Spellbinder 2, Nine Network[20]
  • Degree Absolute, Bedlam Theatre Company[21]
  • Multiverse Ceremonies Video[21]

Best Artwork/Artist[edit]

Best Fanzine[edit]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

  • Katharine and Darren Maxwell, for X-files episode reviews in Frontier[21]
  • Sean McMullen and Steven Paulsen, "Australia": Australian Contemporary Fantasy, Encyclopedia of Fantasy (Orbit)[20]

1999: Spawncon II, Melbourne[edit]

Presented as part of Aussiecon Three

Best Australian Long Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Short Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Magazine or Anthology[edit]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

  • The Captain's Log, Rose Mitchell[23]
  • Ethel the Aardvark, Ian Gunn[23]
  • Interstellar Ramjet Scoop, Bill Wright[23]
  • Metaphysical Review, Bruce Gillespie[24]
  • Out of the Kaje, Karen Johnson[23]
  • Thyme, Alan Stewart[23]

Best Australian Fan Artist[edit]

Best Australian Professional Artwork[edit]

  • Emma Barber, Cover Cannibals of the Fine Light and/or Cover A View Before Dying[23]
  • Mark McBride, Cover Fantastic Worlds[23]
  • Marilyn Pride, A3 PRs[23] and/or Peregrine Besset
  • Nick Stathopoulos, Cover The Man Who Melted and/or Cover Dreaming Down Under[24]
  • Shaun Tan, The Rabbits[23]

William Atheling Jr. Award[edit]

2000: Swancon 2000, Perth[edit]

An awards ceremony was held 18 Dec, 2000; the actual trophies were presented later at Swancon 2001.[25][1]

Original Nominations

Best Written Work (Professional)[edit]

Best Written Work (Unpaid or Fan)[edit]

  • Colin Sharpe & Kate Langford, "Magical Cream Puff Destiny", in JAMWAF Mangazine (JAFWA)[26]
  • Kyla Ward, "Night Cars", in Abaddon #2[26]
  • Robin Pen, Eidolist 1999 Reviews, in Eidolist[26]
  • Bill Wright, Interstellar Ramjet Scoop[26]
  • Alan Stewart, Thyme[26]

Best Professional Production in Any Medium[edit]

  • Sarah Endacott (ed), Orb 0[26]
  • Russell B. Farr (ed), The Lady of Situations (Ticonderoga Publications)[26]
  • Roadshow and Warner Brothers, The Matrix[26]
  • Paul Collins & Meredith Costain (ed), Spinouts (Pearson Education)[26]
  • MP Books, Antique Futures: The Best of Terry Dowling (MP Books)[26]

Best Non-Professional Production in Any Medium[edit]

  • Jonathan Strahan & Steven Paulsen, The Coode Street Review of Science Fiction[26]
  • Team, Twenty3, Swancon 2000 Launch Video[26]
  • Cathy Cupitt, The Rhizome Factor[26][27]
  • Danny Heap, The Opening Ceremony Video at Aussiecon Three[26]
  • Ion Newcombe, The Antipodean SF website[26]

Best Artwork (Professional.)[edit]

  • Nick Stathopoulos, The Cover of Antique Futures[26]
  • Graeme Bliss, The Cover of Clementine[26]
  • Marc McBride, The Cover of Spinouts[26]
  • Shaun Tan, The Cover of Orb 0[26]
  • Nick Stathopoulos, The Cover of The Aussiecon Three Souvenir Book[26]

Best Artwork (Unpaid or Fan)[edit]

  • Jeremy Nelson, The Cover of The Rhizome Factor #4[26][27]
  • Colin Sharpe, Illustrations for "The Magical Cream Puff Destiny"[26]
  • Dick Jenssen, Body of Work[26]
  • Phil Wlodarczyk, Cover of Ethel the Aardvark[26]

William Atheling Award for Criticism or Review[edit]


Second Round Nominations and Winners

Best Novel[edit]

Best Short Fiction[edit]

Best Collected Work[edit]

Best Artwork[edit]

  • Shaun Tan, Cover to The Coode St Review Of Science Fiction[25]
  • Nick Stathopoulos, Cover to Aussiecon 3 Programme Book[27]
  • Nick Stathopoulos, Cover to Dreaming Down Under Volume 2, (withdrawn as ineligible (published in 2000))[27]
  • Marc McBride, Covers to Spinouts[27]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

Brad Foster withdrawn as ineligible (non-Australian)

Best Fan Production[edit]

  • Jonathan Strahan and Steven Paulsen, The Coode St Review Of Science Fiction[27]
  • Alan Stewart, Thyme[27]
  • Cathy Cupitt, The Rhizome Factor[27]
  • Danny Heap, Nick Stathopoulos, Aussiecon 3 Masquerade Ceremony[27]
  • Danny Heap, Aussiecon 3 Opening Ceremony Video[25]
  • Bill Wright, Interstellar Ramjet Scoop[27]
  • Ethel The Aardvark[27]

William Atheling Jr. Award[edit]

2001: Swancon 2001: Masquerade, Perth[edit]

Best Novel[edit]

Best Short Fiction[edit]

Included Best Novella or Novelette eligible nominees

Best Collected Work[edit]

Best Artwork[edit]

  • Shaun Tan, The Lost Thing[28] (Lothian Books)[1]
  • Otto Schmidinger, "Space", Stamp Issue, Australia Post[1]
  • Marc McBride, Cover to Tales from the Wasteland (Hodder Headline)[1]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

  • Grant Watson[28]
  • Jade Todd[1]
  • Dick (Ditmar) Jenssen[1]

Best Fan Production[edit]

  • The Rhizome Factor, ed. Cathy Cupitt[1]
  • First Sight, dir. Chris Dickinson[1]
  • "The Angriest Video Store Clerk in the World", Grant Watson[28]
  • SwanCon 2001 Launch Video[1]
  • The Unrelenting Gaze: SF Commentary # 76, ed. Bruce Gillespie[1]
  • Mitch? Short Stories for Short Attention Spans, ed. Mitch?[1]

William Atheling Jr Award for Criticism and Review[edit]

Best New Talent[edit]

Best Professional Achievement[edit]

Two items ruled ineligible; category withdrawn[1]

  • Farscape, Channel 9/Henson Productions[1]
  • Spinouts Bronze, eds. Paul Collins & Meredith Costain (Pearson Educational)[1]
  • The Lost Thing, Shaun Tan (Lothian Books)[1]

2002: Convergence, Melbourne[edit]

Best Novella/Novelette category left off the nomination form
Best Australian Artwork and William Atheling Jr. removed for insufficient nominees

Best Australian Novel[edit]

Best Australian Short Fiction[edit]

Included Best Novella or Novelette eligible nominees

Best Australian Collected Work[edit]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

Adrian Gaetano withdrew nomination

Best Fan Artist[edit]

Best Australian Fan Production, Fanzine[edit]

  • Diverse Universe, Geoff & Miriam[29]
  • Fables and Reflections, Lily Chrywenstrom[29]
  • Interstellar Ram Jet Scoop, Bill Wright[29]
  • SF Commentary, Bruce Gillespie[30]
  • Solar Spectrum, Geoff & Miriam[29]

Best Australian Fan Production, Other[edit]

Included Best Australian Fan Achievement eligible nominee

Best Australian Professional Achievement[edit]

  • Meredith Costain and Paul Collins, Editing[29]
  • Robert Hood for the Young Adult Series, Shades (Hodder Headline)[29]
  • Dirk Strasser & Stephen Higgins, for editing and production of Aurealis over so many years[30]

Best New Talent[edit]

2003: Swancon 2003, Perth[edit]

Best Australian Novel[edit]

Best Australian Short Fiction[edit]

Best Australian Collected Work[edit]

Best Australian Artwork[edit]

  • Passing Strange Cover, Cat Sparks[32]
  • Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine Cover Issue #3, Les Petersen[31]
  • AustrAlien Absurdities Cover, Dion Hamill[31]
  • Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine Cover Issue #1, Les Petersen[31]
  • Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine Cover Issue #4, Les Petersen[31]
  • Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine Cover Issue #2, Les Petersen[31]

Best Australian Fan Writer[edit]

Best Australian Fan Artist[edit]

Best New Talent[edit]

Best Australian Fanzine[edit]

  • Interstellar Ramjet Scoop, ed. Bill Wright[31]
  • Fables & Reflections, ed. Lily Chrywenstrom[32]
  • Australian SF Bullsheet, ed. Edwina Harvey[31][33]
  • Visions, ed. Stephen Thompson[31]
  • Antipodean SF, ed. Antipodean Computer Services[31]

Best Australian Production[edit]

  • Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine Launch[32]
  • Spaced Out Website[31]
  • The View From Mt. Pootmootoo[31]
  • Eidolon Website[31]

Best Australian Professional Achievement[edit]

Best Australian Fan Achievement[edit]

  • Borderlands: That which scares us..., ed. Simon Oxwell, Grant Watson and Anna Hepworth[32]
  • Robin Pen[31]
  • Spaced Out Website, ed. Miriam and Geoff[31]

The William Atheling Jr Award for Criticism or Review[edit]

2004: Conflux, Canberra[edit]

Best Novel[edit]

Best Novella or Novelette[edit]

Best Short Story[edit]

Best Collected Work[edit]

  • Agog! Terrific Tales - Cat Sparks[34] ed. (Agog! Press)[35]
  • Elsewhere - Michael Barry ed. (CSFG Publishing)[35]
  • Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine - ASIM Publishing Cooperative[35]
  • Southern Blood - Bill Congreve ed. (Sandglass Enterprises)[35]
  • Forever Shores - Peter McNamara & Margaret Winch eds.[34] (Wakefield Press)[35]

Best Fan Production[edit]

  • Swancon 2003 Opening Ceremony & Video - Swancon 2003 Committee[35]
  • Spaced Out website - Geoff & Miriam[35]
  • Elsewhere Book Launch - CSFG[34]
  • "The Mega Panel" - Arron Jacks & Mitch, Continuum 2003[35]
  • "Mondys's Perfect Match" - Ian Mond, Continuum 2003[35]

Best Fanzine[edit]

  • The Australian SF Bullsheet - Edwina Harvey & Edwin Scribner (ed.)[34]
  • Three-Eyed Frog - Paul Ewins & Sue Ann Barber[35]
  • Fables & Reflections - Lily Chrywenstrom[35]
  • Dark Animus - James Cain[35]
  • No Award - Russell B. Farr[35]
  • Fandom is my life - Danny Oz[35]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

  • Les Petersen[34] - for "Battle Elf" (Conflux) poster[35]
  • Dick Jenssen - for extensive body of work[35]
  • Phil Wlodarczyk - for cartoons in Ethel the Aardvark[35]
  • Miriam English - for Diverse Universe[35]

Best Artwork[edit]

  • Greg Bridges - Cover of Axis Trilogy by Sara Douglass[35]
  • Les Petersen - Cover of Elsewhere by Michael Barry (ed.)[35]
  • Cat Sparks - Cover of Agog! Terrific Tales by Cat Sparks (ed.)[34][35]
  • Les Petersen - Cover of The High Lord by Trudi Canavan[35]
  • Trudi Canavan - Cover of Fables & Reflections 5 by Lily Chrywenstrom (ed.)[35]

Best New Talent[edit]

William Atheling Jr. Award[edit]

2005: Thylacon 2005, Hobart[edit]

Best Novel[edit]

Best Collected Work[edit]

Best Novella or Novelette[edit]

Best Short Story[edit]

Best Professional Artwork[edit]

Best Professional Achievement[edit]

  • The Clarion South Team[37] (Fantastic Queensland; Convenors Robert Hoge, Kate Eltham, Robert Dobson & Heather Gammage): negotiating with the US Clarion people, then promoting and establishing Clarion South which gives emerging writer the chance to work with the best in the business.[36]
  • Cat Sparks: editing and writing including winning third place in the writers of the future award[36]
  • Margo Lanagan: for Black Juice[36]
  • Geoff Maloney: for Tales of the Crypto-System, his short story publications[36]
  • Sean Williams for The Crooked Letter and efforts in teaching[36]
  • Jonathan Strahan for work over the year in internationally published reviews and in editing anthologies[36]

Best Fan Achievement[edit]

  • Super Happy Robot Hour[36]
  • Conflux convention committee[37]
  • Continuum 2 convention committee[36]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

Best Fan Website/Zine[edit]

  • Antipodean SF - Ion Newcombe (ed.)[36]
  • Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet - ed Edwina Harvey & Ted Scribner[1][37]
  • Gynaezine - Emma Hawkes and Gina Goddard (ed.)[36]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

Best New Talent[edit]

William Atheling Jnr. Award for Criticism or Review[edit]

2006: Conjure, Brisbane[edit]

Best Novel[edit]

Best Collected Work[edit]

Best Novella or Novelette[edit]

  • "Passing of the Minotaurs" - Rjurik Davidson, SciFi.com, April 2005[38]
  • "The Red Priest's Homecoming "- Dirk Flinthart, Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine #17[38]
  • "Countless Screaming Argonauts" - Chris Lawson, Realms of Fantasy[38]
  • "The Memory of Breathing" - Lyn Triffitt (Battersby), Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine #17[38]
  • "The Grinding House" - Kaaron Warren, The Grinding House, CSFG Publishing[39]

Best Short Story[edit]

Best Professional Artwork[edit]

  • cover art for The Blood Debt by Sean Williams (HarperCollins Australia) - Greg Bridges[38]
  • cover art for The Grinding House by Karon Warren, ed. Donna Maree Hanson (CSFG) - Robin Evans[38]
  • cover art for Australian Speculative Fiction: A Genre Overview, ed. Donna Hanson - Nick Stathopoulos[39]
  • Fell #3 - Ben Templesmith (Image Comics)[38]

Best Professional Achievement[edit]

  • Damien Broderick, Wilson de Silva and Kylie Ahern - Cosmos[38]
  • Robert Dobson, Robert Hoge, Kate Eltham, Heather Gammage - Clarion South 2005, Clarion South Workshop[39]
  • Donna Maree Hanson - Australian Speculative Fiction: a genre overview (Australian Speculative Fiction Project)[38]
  • Michael Rymer - Screenwriting and directing, Battlestar Galactica Season 2.0, Sci-Fi Channel[38]
  • Jonathan Strahan - for editing Best Short Novels: 2005 (SFBC), and co-editing Science Fiction: Best of 2004 (ibooks) and Fantasy: Best of 2004 (ibooks)[38]

Best Fan Production[edit]

  • Edwina Harvey and Ted Scribner - The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet website and newsletter[1][39]
  • Alisa Krasnostein - ASif!: Australian Specfic In Focus (http://asif.dreamhosters.com/doku.php)[38]
  • Tony Plank - Inkspillers website (www.inkspillers.com)[38]
  • Conflux Committee - Conflux 2 convention[38]
  • Continuum Committee - Continuum 3 convention[38]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

  • Dick Jenssen - Artwork in American fan Earl Kemp's ezines eI 20 (June 2005) and eI 23 (Dec 2005) published via efanzines.com, and Ditmar graphics (cover illustrations) for IRS ( 5 issues) published by Bill Wright[38]
  • Elaine Kemp - ConSensual a Trois interior artwork, ConSensual a Trois April 2005[38]
  • Shane Parker - Conflux Poster Art, Conflux[39]

Best Fanzine/website[edit]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

Best New Talent[edit]

The William Atheling Jr. Award[edit]

  • Ferocious Minds: Polymathy and the New Enlightenment (Wildside Press) - Damien Broderick[38]
  • "Divided Kingdom: King Kong vs Godzilla", in King Kong is Back (Benbella Books) - Robert Hood[39]
  • "Body Parts", in Borderlands - Chris Lawson[38]
  • "PK Dick: The Exhilaration and the Terror", in Borderlands - Rosaleen Love[38]
  • "The 2005 Snapshot: Australian Speculative Fiction writers, editors, publishers" ([1]) - Ben Peek[38]

2007: Convergence 2, Melbourne[edit]

Best Novel[edit]

Best Novella/Novelette[edit]

  • "Aftermath", David Conyers, Agog! Ripping Reads (Agog! Press)[40]
  • "The Dead of Winter", Stephen Dedman, Weird Tales, #339[40]
  • "The Devil in Mr Pussy (Or how I found God inside my wife)", Paul Haines, C0ck (Coeur de Lion Publishing)[40]
  • "The Souls of Dead Soldiers are for Blackbirds, Not Little Boys", Ben Peek, Agog! Ripping Reads, (Agog! Press)[40]
  • "Under the Red Sun", Ben Peek, Fantasy Magazine #4, (Prime Books)[40]
  • "World's Whackiest Upper Atmosphere Re-Entry Disasters Dating Game", Brendan Duffy, Agog! Ripping Reads (Agog! Press)[40]

Best Short Story[edit]

Best Collected Work[edit]

Best Artwork/Artist[edit]

  • 26Lies/1Truth, cover art by Andrew MacRae (Wheatland Press)[40]
  • Agog! Ripping Reads, cover art by Cat Sparks (Agog! Press)[40]
  • Daughters of Earth: Feminist Science Fiction in the Twentieth Century cover art by Cat Sparks (Wesleyan University Press)[40]
  • The Devoured Earth, cover art by Greg Bridges (HarperCollins Press)[40]
  • The Arrival, cover art by Shaun Tan (Lothian)[40]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

  • Christopher Johnstone[40]
  • Jon Swabey[40]

Best Fan Production[edit]

  • ASif website, Alisa Krasnostein – Executive Editor[40]
  • Inkspillers website, Tony Plank[40]
  • Outland, Directed by John Richards[40]
  • Tabula Rasa website, David Carroll[40]
  • The Bullsheet website & ezine, Edwina Harvey & Ted Scribner[40]

Best Fanzine[edit]

  • AntipodeanSF, editor Ion Newcombe[40]
  • ASIF – Australian Specfic in Focus, editor Alisa Krasnostein[40]
  • The Captain's Log, Austrek clubzine. Edited by Clare McDonald[40]
  • Ethel the Aardvark, MSFC clubzine[40]
  • HorrorScope, editor Shane Jiraiya Cummings[40]

Best Professional Achievement[edit]

  • Angelia Challis for establishing Brimstone Press as a mass market publisher[40]
  • Bill Congreve for Mirrordanse Press and 2 issues of the Australian Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy[40]
  • Russell B. Farr for Ticonderoga Publications[40]
  • Gary Kemble for work on ABC's Articulate and promoting the genre through radio and other mediums[40]
  • Alisa Krasnostein for providing new paying markets for readers and writers of both fiction/ non-fiction, art as well as forums for reviews/interviews within the speculative fiction genre, enhancing the profile of Australian speculative fiction.[40]
  • Justine Larbalestier, for editing Daughters of Earth: Feminist Science Fiction in the Twentieth Century[40]

Best Fan Achievement[edit]

  • Marty Young for his work establishing and promoting the Australian Horror Writers Association[40]
  • Alisa Krasnostein for establishing ASIf[40]
  • Tony Plank for establishing and maintaining the Inkspillers website[40]

Best New Talent[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

  • Miranda Siemienowicz for her review of Paraspheres appearing in Horrorscope[40]
  • Justine Larbalestier for Daughters of Earth: Feminist Science Fiction in the Twentieth Century[40]
  • Robert Hood for "Man and Super-Monster: A History of Daikaiju Eiga and its Metaphorical Undercurrents", Borderlands #7[40]
  • Grant Watson for "Bad Film Diaries - Sink or Swim: The Truth Behind Waterworld", Borderlands #8[40]
  • Kathryn Linge for her review "Through Soft Air", ASif[40]

2008: State of the Art: Swancon 2008, Perth[edit]

Best Novel[edit]

Best Novella/Novelette[edit]

Best Short Story[edit]

Best Collected Work[edit]

  • Orb #7, Sarah Endacott (ed.) (Orb Publications)[41]
  • The Workers' Paradise, Russell B. Farr and Nick Evans (eds.) (Ticonderoga Publications)[41]
  • New Ceres, Alisa Krasnstein (ed.) (Twelfth Planet Press)[41]
  • The New Space Opera, Jonathan Strahan (ed.) (HarperCollins Australia)[42]
  • Fantastic Wonder Stories, Russell B. Farr (ed.) (Ticonderoga Publications)[42]

Best Artwork/Artist[edit]

  • Daryl Lindquist for the ASIM #28 cover[41]
  • Nick Stathopolous for the Daikaju #3 cover[41]
  • Eleanor Clark for ASIM #31 internal art[41]
  • Amanda Rainey for The Workers' Paradise cover[41]
  • Nick Stathopolous for the Rynemonn cover[42]
  • Eleanor Clark for ASIM #30 internal art[41]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

Best Fan Art[edit]

  • "Exterminate!" Dalek Postcards - Kathryn Linge[42]
  • 'Nights Edge' Convention Poster Art - John Parker[41]

Best Fan Production[edit]

  • 2007 Snap Shot Project - interviews with influential members of the Australian speculative fiction scene conducted by Alisa Krasnostein, Ben Payne, Alexandra Pierce, Tansy Rayner Roberts, Katherine Linge, Kaaron Warren and Rosie Clark[42]
  • Inkspillers Website - Tony Plank[41]
  • "The Liminal" short film - directed by Claire McKenna[41]
  • Daikaju Limerick Competition - Robert Hood on his website[41]
  • Talking Squid Website - Chris Lawson[41]

Best Fanzine[edit]

Best Professional Achievement[edit]

  • Gary Kemble for his continued coverage of speculative fiction on Articulate and ABC news online[41]
  • Russell B. Farr for Ticonderoga Publications; in 2007, Russell produced an issue of Ticonderoga Online, The Workers' Paradise and Fantastic Wonder Stories, which produced five Aurealis Award nominees[41]
  • Jonathan Strahan for a prolific body of work editing The Jack Vance Treasury, The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Best Short Novels of 2007, The New Space Opera, Ascendancies: The Best of Bruce Sterling and Eclipse One: New Science Fiction and Fantasy[41]
  • Andromeda Spaceways Publishing Co-Operative Ltd for five issues in 2007, including three electronic Best Of anthologies[42]
  • Jonathan Strahan, Garth Nix, Deb Biancotti and Trevor Stafford for compiling and promoting the new Australian Fantasy and SF catalogue in the United States to increase awareness and appreciation of forthcoming Australian SF and to expand creative and professional opportunities for writers[41]

Best Fan Achievement[edit]

  • Alisa Krasnostein for ASiF! Australian Speculative Fiction in Focus[42]
  • Marty Young for his work as President of the Australian Horror Writers Association[41]
  • John Parker, Sarah Parker and Sarah Xu for Night's Edge Convention[41]
  • Sarah Xu for the CyPEC Cyber-feminist Conference held as part of Night's Edge convention[41]

Best New Talent[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

  • Ian Nichols for "Seriatem, Seriatum, omnia Seriatem" (Published by Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine #30, edited by Robbie Matthews)[41]
  • Tansy Rayner Roberts and Alexandra Pierce for review of Elizabeth Bear's New Amsterdam (Published as Podcast #2 on ASiF!)[41]
  • Jonathan Strahan for editorial for The New Space Opera (Published in The New Space Opera by HarperCollins Australia)[41]
  • Grant Watson for "The Bad Film Diaries" (Published in Borderlands #9)[42]
  • Ben Peek for the Aurealis Awards Shortlist Feature Article (Published on ASiF!)[41]
  • Shane Jiraiya Cummings for review of David Conyers' and John Sunseri's The Spiraling Worm (Published on Horrorscope)[41]
  • Ian Nichols for "The Shadow Thief" (Published by The West Australian Weekend Magazine on 22 September 2007)[41]

2009: Conjecture, Adelaide[edit]

Best Novel[edit]

Best Novella/Novelette[edit]

Best Short Story[edit]

Best Collected Work[edit]

Best Artwork[edit]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

  • Mark Smith-Briggs, for work in Horrorscope[43]
  • Edwina Harvey, for work in The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet[43]
  • Chuck McKenzie, for work in Horrorscope[43]
  • Craig Bezant, for work in Horrorscope[43]
  • Brenton Tomlinson, for work in Horrorscope[43]
  • Robert Hood, for work in Undead Backbrain [43][44]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

Best Fan Publication in Any Medium[edit]

  • ASif! (Australian Specfic in Focus), edited by Alisa Krasnostein and Gene Melzack [43][44]
  • Horrorscope, edited by Shane Jiraiya Cummings et al.[43]
  • The Australian SF Bullsheet, edited by Edwina Harvey and Ted Scribner[43]
  • Scary Food Cookbook, edited by Cat Sparks[43]

Best Achievement[edit]

  • Angela Challis, for Black: Australian Dark Culture Magazine and Brimstone Press[43][44]
  • Damien Broderick, for fiction editing in Cosmos[43]
  • Talie Helene, for her work as AHWA News Editor[43]
  • James "Jocko" Allen and KRin Pender-Gunn, for "The Gunny Project: A tribute to Ian Gunn 1959-1998"[43]
  • Steven Clark, for Tasmaniac Productions[43]
  • James Doig, for preserving colonial Australian horror fiction and editing Australian Gothic and Australian Nightmares[43]
  • Marty Young and the AHWA Committee, for promoting Australian horror through the AHWA[43]

Best New Talent[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award[edit]

  • Kim Wilkins, for "Popular genres and the Australian literary community: the case of fantasy fiction"[43][44]
  • Shane Jiraiya Cummings, for "Dark Suspense: The End of the Line"[43]
  • Grant Watson, for "Bad Film Diaries - Sometimes the Brand Burns: Tim Burton and the Planet of the Apes"[43]
  • Robert Hood, for "George A. Romero: Master of the Living Dead"[43]

2010: Dudcon III, Melbourne[edit]

Best Novel[edit]

Best Novella or Novelette[edit]

Best Short Story[edit]

Best Collected Work[edit]

Best Artwork[edit]

  • Cover art, New Ceres Nights (Twelfth Planet Press), Dion Hamill[45]
  • Cover art, The Whale's Tale (Peggy Bright Books), Eleanor Clarke[45]
  • Cover art and illustrations, Shards: Short Sharp Tales (Brimstone Press), Andrew J. McKiernan[45]
  • Cover art, Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine #42, Lewis Morley[45]
  • Cover art, Horn (Twelfth Planet Press), Dion Hamill[45]
  • Cover art, Masques (CSFG), Mik Bennett[45]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

  • Dave Schembri for work in Midnight Echo[45]
  • Kathleen Jennings for body of work[45]
  • Dick Jenssen for body of work[45]

Best Fan Publication in Any Medium[edit]

Best Achievement[edit]

  • Alisa Krasnostein, Liz Grzyb, Tehani Wessely, Cat Sparks and Kate Williams for the New Ceres Nights book launch[45]
  • H. Gibbens for the Gamers' Quest CGI-animated book trailer (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vCC-l34Fgo)[45]
  • Ruth Jenkins and Cathy Jenkins-Rutherford for the children's program at Conjecture[45]
  • Amanda Rainey for the cover design of Siren Beat/Roadkill (Twelfth Planet Press)[45]
  • Gillian Polack et al. for the Southern Gothic banquet at Conflux[45]

Best New Talent[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award for Criticism or Review[edit]

  • Chuck McKenzie for "The Dead Walk! … Into a Bookstore Near You", Eye of Fire #1 (Brimstone Press)[45]
  • Ian Mond for reviews on his blog (http://mondyboy.livejournal.com)[45]
  • Grant Watson for reviews and articles for Eiga: Asian Cinema (http://www.eigaasiancinema.com)[45]
  • Helen Merrick for The Secret Feminist Cabal: a cultural history of science fiction feminisms (Aqueduct Press)[45]

2011: Swancon Thirty Six | Natcon Fifty, Perth[edit]

There was a version of the ballot on which the cover design by Lisa L. Hannett for The Girl With No Hands was nominated as cover art under Best Artwork.[46][47] When it was demoted to cover design under Best Achievement, cover art by Andrew J. McKiernon for Savage Menace and Other Poems of Horror got onto the ballot under Best Artwork.[48]

Best Novel[edit]

Best Novella or Novelette[edit]

  • "Acception", Tessa Kum (Eneit Press)[49]
  • "All the Clowns in Clowntown", Andrew J McKiernan (Brimstone Press)[49]
  • "Bleed", Peter M. Ball (Twelfth Planet Press)[49]
  • "Her Gallant Needs", Paul Haines (Twelfth Planet Press)[49]
  • "The Company Articles of Edward Teach", Thoraiya Dyer (Twelfth Planet Press)[49]

Best Short Story[edit]

  • "All the Love in the World", Cat Sparks, Sprawl (Twelfth Planet Press)[49]
  • "Bread and Circuses", Felicity Dowker, Scary Kisses (Ticonderoga Publications)[49]
  • "One Saturday Night With Angel", Peter M. Ball, Sprawl (Twelfth Planet Press)[49]
  • "She Said", Kirstyn McDermott, Scenes From the Second Storey (Morrigan Books)[49]
  • "The House of Nameless", Jason Fischer, Writers of the Future XXVI (Galaxy Press)[49]
  • "The February Dragon", Angela Slatter and Lisa L. Hannett, Scary Kisses (Ticonderoga Publications)[49]

Best Collected Work[edit]

  • Baggage, edited by Gillian Polack (Eneit Press)[49]
  • Macabre: A Journey through Australia's Darkest Fears, edited by Angela Challis and Marty Young (Brimstone Press)[49]
  • Scenes from the Second Storey, edited by Amanda Pillar and Pete Kempshall (Morrigan Books)[49]
  • Sprawl, edited by Alisa Krasnostein (Twelfth Planet Press)[49]
  • Worlds Next Door, edited by Tehani Wessely (FableCroft Publishing)[49]

Best Artwork[edit]

  • Cover art, The Angaelien Apocalypse/The Company Articles of Edward Teach (Twelfth Planet Press), Dion Hamill[49]
  • Cover art, Australis Imaginarium (FableCroft Publishing), Shaun Tan[49]
  • Cover art, Dead Sea Fruit (Ticonderoga Publications), Olga Read[49]
  • Cover art, Savage Menace and Other Poems of Horror (P'rea Press), Andrew J McKiernan[50][51]
  • "The Lost Thing" short film (Passion Pictures), Andrew Ruhemann and Shaun Tan[49]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

  • Robert Hood, for Undead Backbrain[49]
  • Chuck McKenzie, for work in Horrorscope[49]
  • Alexandra Pierce, for body of work including reviews at Australian Speculative Fiction in Focus[49]
  • Tehani Wessely, for body of work including reviews at Australian Speculative Fiction in Focus[49]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

  • Rachel Holkner, for Continuum 6 props[49]
  • Dick Jenssen, for cover art of Interstellar Ramjet Scoop[49]
  • Amanda Rainey, for Swancon 36 logo[49]

Best Fan Publication in Any Medium[edit]

Best Achievement[edit]

  • Lisa L. Hannett, cover design for The Girl With No Hands and Other Tales (Ticonderoga Publications)[50][51]
  • Helen Merrick and Andrew Milner, Academic Stream for Aussiecon 4[49]
  • Amanda Rainey, cover design for Scary Kisses (Ticonderoga Publications)[49]
  • Kyla Ward, Horror Stream and The Nightmare Ball for Aussiecon 4[49]
  • Grant Watson and Sue Ann Barber, Media Stream for Aussiecon 4[49]
  • Alisa Krasnostein, Kathryn Linge, Rachel Holkner, Alexandra Pierce, Tansy Rayner Roberts, and Tehani Wessely, Snapshot 2010[49]

Best New Talent[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award for Criticism or Review[edit]

  • Leigh Blackmore, for "Marvels and Horrors: Terry Dowling's Clowns at Midnight" in 21st Century Gothic (Scarecrow Press)[49]
  • Damien Broderick, for editing Skiffy and Mimesis: More Best of Australian Science Fiction Review (Wildside Press)[49]
  • Ross Murray, for "The Australian Dream Becomes Nightmare - Visions of Suburbia in Australian Science Fiction" in Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine 44.[49]
  • Tansy Rayner Roberts, for "A Modern Woman's Guide to Classic Who"[49]

2012, Continuum 8: Craftonomicon, Melbourne[edit]

Best Novel[edit]

  • Debris (The Veiled Worlds 1), Jo Anderton (Angry Robot)[52]
  • Burn Bright, Marianne de Pierres (Random House Australia)[52]
  • The Shattered City (Creature Court 2), Tansy Rayner Roberts (HarperCollins)[52]
  • Mistification, Kaaron Warren (Angry Robot)[52]
  • The Courier's New Bicycle, Kim Westwood (HarperCollins)[52]

Best Novella or Novelette[edit]

  • "And the Dead Shall Outnumber the Living", Deborah Biancotti (Ishtar)[52]
  • "Above", Stephanie Campisi (Above/Below)[52]
  • "The Past is a Bridge Best Left Burnt", Paul Haines (The Last Days of Kali Yuga)[52]
  • "Below", Ben Peek (Above/Below)[52]
  • "Julia Agrippina's Secret Family Bestiary", Tansy Rayner Roberts (Love and Romanpunk)[52]
  • "The Sleeping and the Dead", Cat Sparks (Ishtar)

Best Short Story[edit]

  • "Bad Power", Deborah Biancotti (Bad Power)[52]
  • "Breaking the Ice", Thoraiya Dyer (Cosmos 37)[52]
  • "The Last Gig of Jimmy Rucker", Martin Livings & Talie Helene (More Scary Kisses)[52]
  • "The Patrician", Tansy Rayner Roberts (Love and Romanpunk)[52]
  • "Alchemy", Lucy Sussex (Thief of Lives)[52]
  • "All You Can Do Is Breathe", Kaaron Warren (Blood and Other Cravings)[52]

Best Collected Work[edit]

  • Bad Power, Deborah Biancotti (Twelfth Planet)[52]
  • The Last Days of Kali Yuga, Paul Haines (Brimstone)[52]
  • Nightsiders, Sue Isle (Twelfth Planet)[52]
  • Ishtar, Amanda Pillar & K.V. Taylor, eds. (Gilgamesh)[52]
  • Love and Romanpunk, Tansy Rayner Roberts (Twelfth Planet)[52]

Best Artwork[edit]

  • "Finishing School", Kathleen Jennings, in Steampunk!: An Anthology of Fantastically Rich and Strange Stories (Candlewick)[52]
  • Cover art for The Freedom Maze (Small Beer), Kathleen Jennings[52]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

  • Bruce Gillespie,[52] for body of work including "The Golden Age of Fanzines is Now", and SF Commentary 81 & 82[53]
  • Robin Pen, for "The Ballad of the Unrequited Ditmar"[52]
  • Alexandra Pierce,[52] for body of work including reviews at Australian Speculative Fiction in Focus, Not If You Were The Last Short Story On Earth, and Randomly Yours, Alex[53]
  • Tansy Rayner Roberts,[52] for body of work including reviews at Australian Speculative Fiction in Focus, and Not If You Were The Last Short Story On Earth[53]
  • Sean Wright,[52] for body of work including "Authors and Social Media" series in Adventures of a Bookonaut[53]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

  • Rebecca Ing, for work in Scape[52]
  • Kathleen Jennings, for work in Errantry, including "The Dalek Game"[52]
  • Dick Jenssen,[52] for body of work including work in IRS, Steam Engine Time, SF Commentary, and Scratchpad[53]
  • Lisa Rye, for "Steampunk Portal" series[52]
  • Rhianna Williams, for work in Nullas Anxietas Convention Programme Book[52]

Best Fan Publication in Any Medium[edit]

  • SF Commentary, Bruce Gillespie, ed.[52]
  • Galactic Chat podcast, Alisa Krasnostein, Tansy Rayner Roberts & Sean Wright[52]
  • Galactic Suburbia podcast, Alisa Krasnostein, Tansy Rayer Roberts, & Alex Pierce[52]
  • The Writer and the Critic podcast, Kirstyn McDermott & Ian Mond[52]
  • The Coode Street Podcast, Gary K. Wolfe & Jonathan Strahan[52]

Best New Talent[edit]

William Atheling Jr. Award for Criticism or Review[edit]

  • Russell Blackford, for "Currently reading: Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke", in Metamagician and the Hellfire Club[52]
  • Damien Broderick & Van Ikin, for editing Warriors of the Tao: The Best of Science Fiction: A Review of Speculative Literature[52]
  • Liz Grzyb & Talie Helene, for "2010: The Year in Review", in The Year's Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2010[52]
  • David McDonald, Tansy Rayner Roberts & Tehani Wessely, for "Reviewing New Who" series, in A Conversational Life[52]
  • Alexandra Pierce & Tehani Wessely, for reviews of Vorkosigan Saga, in Randomly Yours, Alex[52]

2013, Conflux 9, Canberra[edit]

Best Novel[edit]

Best Novella or Novelette[edit]

  • "Flight 404", Simon Petrie, in Flight 404/The Hunt for Red Leicester (Peggy Bright Books)[54]
  • "Significant Dust", Margo Lanagan, in Cracklescape (Twelfth Planet Press)[54]
  • "Sky", Kaaron Warren, in Through Splintered Walls (Twelfth Planet Press)[54]

Best Short Story[edit]

  • "Sanaa's Army", Joanne Anderton, in Bloodstones (Ticonderoga Publications)[54]
  • "The Wisdom of Ants", Thoraiya Dyer, in Clarkesworld 75[54]
  • "The Bone Chime Song", Joanne Anderton, in Light Touch Paper Stand Clear (Peggy Bright Books)[54]
  • "Oracle's Tower", Faith Mudge, in To Spin a Darker Stair (FableCroft Publishing)[54]

Best Collected Work[edit]

  • Cracklescape by Margo Lanagan, edited by Alisa Krasnostein (Twelfth Planet Press)[54]
  • Epilogue, edited by Tehani Wessely (FableCroft Publishing)[54]
  • Through Splintered Walls by Kaaron Warren, edited by Alisa Krasnostein (Twelfth Planet Press)[54]
  • Light Touch Paper Stand Clear, edited by Edwina Harvey and Simon Petrie (Peggy Bright Books)[54]
  • Midnight and Moonshine by Lisa L. Hannett and Angela Slatter, edited by Russell B. Farr (Ticonderoga Publications)[54]
  • The Year's Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2011, edited by Liz Grzyb and Talie Helene (Ticonderoga Publications)[54]

Best Artwork[edit]

  • Cover art, Nick Stathopoulos, for Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine 56 (ASIM Collective)[54]
  • Cover art, Kathleen Jennings, for Midnight and Moonshine (Ticonderoga Publications)[54]
  • Illustrations, Adam Browne, for Pyrotechnicon (Coeur de Lion Publishing)[54]
  • Cover art and illustrations, Kathleen Jennings, for To Spin a Darker Stair (FableCroft Publishing)[54]
  • Cover art, Les Petersen, for Light Touch Paper Stand Clear (Peggy Bright Books)[54]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

  • Alex Pierce, for body of work including reviews in Australian Speculative Fiction in Focus[54]
  • Tansy Rayner Roberts, for body of work including reviews in Not If You Were The Last Short Story On Earth[54]
  • Grant Watson, for body of work including the "Who50" series in The Angriest[54]
  • Sean Wright, for body of work including reviews in Adventures of a Bookonaut[54]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

  • Kathleen Jennings, for body of work including "The Dalek Game" and "The Tamsyn Webb Sketchbook"[54]

Best Fan Publication in Any Medium[edit]

  • The Writer and the Critic, Kirstyn McDermott and Ian Mond[54]
  • Galactic Suburbia, Alisa Krasnostein, Tansy Rayner Roberts, and Alex Pierce[54]
  • Antipodean SF, Ion Newcombe[54]
  • The Coode Street Podcast, Jonathan Strahan and Gary K. Wolfe[54]
  • "Snapshot 2012", Alisa Krasnostein, Kathryn Linge, David McDonald, Helen Merrick, Ian Mond, Jason Nahrung et al.[54]
  • Australian Speculative Fiction in Focus, Alisa Krasnostein, Tehani Wessely, et al.[54]
  • Galactic Chat, Alisa Krasnostein, Tansy Rayner Roberts, and Sean Wright[54]

Best New Talent[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award for Criticism or Review[edit]

  • Alisa Krasnostein, Kathryn Linge, David McDonald, and Tehani Wessely, for review of Mira Grant's Newsflesh, in ASIF[54]
  • Tansy Rayner Roberts, for "Historically Authentic Sexism in Fantasy. Let's Unpack That.", in tor.com[54]
  • David McDonald, Tansy Rayner Roberts, and Tehani Wessely, for the "New Who in Conversation" series[54]
  • Liz Grzyb and Talie Helene, for "The Year in Review", in The Year's Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2011[54]
  • Rjurik Davidson, for "An Illusion in the Game for Survival", a review of Reamde by Neal Stephenson, in The Age[54]

2014, Continuum X, Melbourne[edit]

Best Novel[edit]

  • Ink Black Magic, Tansy Rayner Roberts (FableCroft Publishing)[55]
  • Fragments of a Broken Land: Valarl Undead, Robert Hood (Wildside Press)[55]
  • The Beckoning, Paul Collins (Damnation Books)[55]
  • Trucksong, Andrew Macrae (Twelfth Planet Press)[55]
  • The Only Game in the Galaxy (The Maximus Black Files 3), Paul Collins (Ford Street Publishing)[55]

Best Novella or Novelette[edit]

  • "Prickle Moon", Juliet Marillier, in Prickle Moon (Ticonderoga Publications)[55]
  • "The Year of Ancient Ghosts", Kim Wilkins, in The Year of Ancient Ghosts (Ticonderoga Publications)[55]
  • "By Bone-Light", Juliet Marillier, in Prickle Moon (Ticonderoga Publications)[55]
  • "The Home for Broken Dolls", Kirstyn McDermott, in Caution: Contains Small Parts (Twelfth Planet Press)[55]
  • "What Amanda Wants", Kirstyn McDermott, in Caution: Contains Small Parts (Twelfth Planet Press)[55]

Best Short Story[edit]

  • "Mah Song", Joanne Anderton, in The Bone Chime Song and Other Stories (FableCroft Publishing)[55]
  • "Air, Water and the Grove", Kaaron Warren, in The Lowest Heaven (Jurassic London)[55]
  • "Seven Days in Paris", Thoraiya Dyer, in Asymmetry (Twelfth Planet Press)[55]
  • "Scarp", Cat Sparks, in The Bride Price (Ticonderoga Publications)[55]
  • "Not the Worst of Sins", Alan Baxter, in Beneath Ceaseless Skies 133 (Firkin Press)[55]
  • "Cold White Daughter", Tansy Rayner Roberts, in One Small Step (FableCroft Publishing)[55]

Best Collected Work[edit]

  • The Back of the Back of Beyond, Edwina Harvey, edited by Simon Petrie (Peggy Bright Books)[55]
  • Asymmetry , Thoraiya Dyer, edited by Alisa Krasnostein (Twelfth Planet Press)[55]
  • Caution: Contains Small Parts, Kirstyn McDermott, edited by Alisa Krasnostein (Twelfth Planet Press)[55]
  • The Bone Chime Song and Other Stories, Joanne Anderton, edited by Tehani Wesseley (FableCroft Publishing)[55]
  • The Bride Price, Cat Sparks, edited by Russell B. Farr (Ticonderoga Publications)[55]

Best Artwork[edit]

  • Cover art, Eleanor Clarke, for The Back of the Back of Beyond by Edwina Harvey (Peggy Bright Books)[55]
  • Illustrations, Kathleen Jennings, for Eclipse Online (Nightshade Books)[55]
  • Cover art, Shauna O'Meara, for Next, edited by Simon Petrie and Rob Porteous (CSFG Publishing)[55]
  • Cover art, Cat Sparks, for The Bride Price by Cat Sparks (Ticonderoga Publications)[55]
  • Rules of Summer, Shaun Tan (Hachette Australia)[55]
  • Cover art, Pia Ravenari, for Prickle Moon by Juliet Marillier (Ticonderoga Publications)[55]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

  • Tsana Dolichva, for body of work, including reviews and interviews in Tsana's Reads and Reviews[55]
  • Sean Wright, for body of work, including reviews in Adventures of a Bookonaut[55]
  • Grant Watson, for body of work, including reviews in The Angriest[55]
  • Foz Meadows, for body of work, including reviews in Shattersnipe: Malcontent & Rainbows[55]
  • Alexandra Pierce, for body of work, including reviews in Randomly Yours, Alex[55]
  • Tansy Rayner Roberts, for body of work, including essays and reviews at www.tansyrr.com[55]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

  • Nalini Haynes, for body of work, including "Defender of the Faith", "The Suck Fairy", "Doctor Who vampire" and "The Last Cyberman" in Dark Matter[55]
  • Kathleen Jennings, for body of work, including "Illustration Friday"[55]
  • Dick Jenssen, for body of work, including cover art for Interstellar Ramjet Scoop and SF Commentary[55]

Best Fan Publication in Any Medium[edit]

  • Dark Matter Zine, Nalini Haynes[55]
  • SF Commentary, Bruce Gillespie[55]
  • The Writer and the Critic, Kirstyn McDermott and Ian Mond[55]
  • Galactic Chat Podcast, Sean Wright, Alex Pierce, Helen Stubbs, David McDonald, and Mark Webb[55]
  • The Coode Street Podcast, Gary K. Wolfe and Jonathan Strahan[55]
  • Galactic Suburbia, Alisa Krasnostein, Alex Pierce, and Tansy Rayner Roberts[55]

Best New Talent[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award for Criticism or Review[edit]

  • Reviews in Randomly Yours, Alex, Alexandra Pierce[55]
  • "Things Invisible: Human and Ab-Human in Two of Hodgson's Carnacki stories", Leigh Blackmore, in Sargasso: The Journal of William Hope Hodgson Studies #1 edited by Sam Gafford (Ulthar Press)[55]
  • Galactic Suburbia Episode 87: Saga Spoilerific Book Club, Alisa Krasnostein, Alex Pierce, and Tansy Rayner Roberts[55]
  • The Reviewing New Who series, David McDonald, Tansy Rayner Roberts, and Tehani Wessely[55]
  • "A Puppet's Parody of Joy: Dolls, Puppets and Mannikins as Diabolical Other", Leigh Blackmore, in Ramsey Campbell: Critical Essays on the Master of Modern Horror edited by Gary William Crawford (Scarecrow Press)[55]
  • "That was then, this is now: how my perceptions have changed", George Ivanoff, in Doctor Who and Race edited by Lindy Orthia (Intellect Books)[55]

2015, Swancon 40, Perth[edit]

Best Novel[edit]

Best Novella or Novelette[edit]

  • "The Ghost of Hephaestus", Charlotte Nash, in Phantazein (FableCroft Publishing)[56]
  • "The Legend Trap", Sean Williams, in Kaleidoscope (Twelfth Planet Press)[56][57]
  • "The Darkness in Clara", Alan Baxter, in SQ Mag 14 (IFWG Publishing Australia)[56]
  • "St Dymphna's School for Poison Girls", Angela Slatter, in Review of Australian Fiction, Volume 9, Issue 3 (Review of Australian Fiction)[56]
  • "The Female Factory", Lisa L. Hannett and Angela Slatter, in The Female Factory (Twelfth Planet Press)[56]
  • "Escapement", Stephanie Gunn, in Kisses by Clockwork (Ticonderoga Publications)[56]

Best Short Story[edit]

  • "Bahamut", Thoraiya Dyer, in Phantazein (FableCroft Publishing)[56]
  • "Vanilla", Dirk Flinthart, in Kaleidoscope (Twelfth Planet Press)[56]
  • "Cookie Cutter Superhero", Tansy Rayner Roberts, in Kaleidoscope(Twelfth Planet Press)[56]
  • "The Seventh Relic", Cat Sparks, in Phantazein (FableCroft Publishing)[56][57]
  • "Signature", Faith Mudge, in Kaleidoscope (Twelfth Planet Press)[56]

Best Collected Work[edit]

  • Kaleidoscope, edited by Alisa Krasnostein and Julia Rios (Twelfth Planet Press)[56][57]
  • The Year's Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2013, edited by Liz Grzyb and Talie Helene (Ticonderoga Publications)[56]
  • Phantazein, edited by Tehani Wessely (FableCroft Publishing)[56]

Best Artwork[edit]

  • Illustrations, Kathleen Jennings, in Black-Winged Angels (Ticonderoga Publications)[56]
  • Cover art, Kathleen Jennings, of Phantazein (FableCroft Publishing)[56][57]
  • Illustrations, Kathleen Jennings, in The Bitterwood Bible and Other Recountings (Tartarus Press)[56]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

  • Tansy Rayner Roberts, for body of work[56][57]
  • Tsana Dolichva, for body of work[56]
  • Bruce Gillespie, for body of work[56]
  • Katharine Stubbs, for body of work[56]
  • Alexandra Pierce for body of work[56]
  • Grant Watson, for body of work[56]
  • Sean Wright, for body of work[56]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

  • Nalini Haynes, for body of work, including "Interstellar Park Ranger Bond, Jaime Bond", "Gabba and Slave Lay-off: Star Wars explains Australian politics", "The Driver", and "Unmasked" in Dark Matter Zine[56]
  • Kathleen Jennings, for body of work, including Fakecon art and Illustration Friday series[56]
  • Nick Stathopoulos, for movie poster of It Grows![56]

Best Fan Publication in Any Medium[edit]

  • "Snapshot 2014", Tsana Dolichva, Nick Evans, Stephanie Gunn, Kathryn Linge, Elanor Matton-Johnson, David McDonald, Helen Merrick, Jason Nahrung, Ben Payne, Alex Pierce, Tansy Rayner Roberts, Helen Stubbs, Katharine Stubbs, Tehani Wessely, and Sean Wright[56]
  • It Grows!, Nick Stathopoulos[56]
  • Galactic Suburbia, Alisa Krasnostein, Alexandra Pierce, Tansy Rayner Roberts, and Andrew Finch[56]
  • The Writer and the Critic, Kirstyn McDermott and Ian Mond[56][57]
  • Galactic Chat, Sean Wright, Helen Stubbs, David McDonald, Alexandra Pierce, Sarah Parker, and Mark Webb[56]

Best New Talent[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award for Criticism or Review[edit]

  • Reviews in The Angriest, Grant Watson[56]
  • The Eddings Reread series, Tehani Wessely, Jo Anderton, and Alexandra Pierce, in A Conversational Life[56]
  • Reviews in Adventures of a Bookonaut, Sean Wright[56]
  • "Does Sex Make Science Fiction Soft?", in Uncanny Magazine 1, Tansy Rayner Roberts[56][57]
  • Reviews in FictionMachine, Grant Watson[56]
  • The Reviewing New Who series, David McDonald, Tansy Rayner Roberts, and Tehani Wessely[56]

2016, Contact2016, Brisbane[edit]

Best Novel[edit]

  • The Dagger's Path, Glenda Larke (Orbit)[58]
  • Day Boy, Trent Jamieson (Text Publishing)[58]
  • Graced, Amanda Pillar (Momentum)[58]
  • Lament for the Afterlife, Lisa L. Hannett (ChiZine Publications)[58]
  • Zeroes, Scott Westerfeld, Margo Lanagan, and Deborah Biancotti (Simon and Schuster)[58]

Best Novella or Novelette[edit]

  • "The Cherry Crow Children of Haverny Wood", Deborah Kalin, in Cherry Crow Children (Twelfth Planet Press)[58]
  • "Fake Geek Girl", Tansy Rayner Roberts, in Review of Australian Fiction, volume 14, issue 4 (Review of Australian Fiction)[58]
  • "Hot Rods", Cat Sparks, in Lightspeed Science Fiction & Fantasy 58 (Lightspeed Science Fiction & Fantasy)[58]
  • "The Miseducation of Mara Lys", Deborah Kalin, in Cherry Crow Children (Twelfth Planet Press)[58]
  • "Of Sorrow and Such", Angela Slatter, in Of Sorrow and Such (Tor.com)[58]
  • "The Wages of Honey", Deborah Kalin, in Cherry Crow Children (Twelfth Planet Press)[58]

Best Short Story[edit]

  • "2B", Joanne Anderton, in Insert Title Here (FableCroft Publishing)[58]
  • "The Chart of the Vagrant Mariner", Alan Baxter, in Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan/Feb 2015 (Fantasy & Science Fiction)[58]
  • "A Hedge of Yellow Roses", Kathleen Jennings, in Hear Me Roar (Ticonderoga Publications)[58]
  • "Look how cold my hands are", Deborah Biancotti, in Cranky Ladies of History (FableCroft Publishing)[58]

Best Collected Work[edit]

  • Bloodlines, Amanda Pillar (Ticonderoga Publications)[58]
  • Cherry Crow Children, Deborah Kalin, edited by Alisa Krasnostein (Twelfth Planet Press)[58]
  • Cranky Ladies of History, Tansy Rayner Roberts and Tehani Wessely (FableCroft Publishing)[58]
  • Letters to Tiptree, Alexandra Pierce and Alisa Krasnostein (Twelfth Planet Press)[58]
  • Peripheral Visions: The Collected Ghost Stories by Robert Hood (IFWG Publishing Australia)[58]

Best Artwork[edit]

  • Cover art, Rovina Cai, for "Tom, Thom" (Tor.com)[58]
  • Cover art, Kathleen Jennings, for Bloodlines (Ticonderoga Publications)[58]
  • Cover and internal artwork, Kathleen Jennings, for Cranky Ladies of History (FableCroft Publishing)[58]
  • Cover, Shauna O'Meara, for The Never Never Land (CSFG Publishing)[58]
  • Illustrations, Shaun Tan, for The Singing Bones (Allen & Unwin)[58]

Best Fan Publication in any Medium[edit]

  • The Angriest, Grant Watson[58]
  • The Coode Street Podcast, Jonathan Strahan and Gary K. Wolfe[58]
  • Galactic Suburbia, Alisa Krasnostein, Alexandra Pierce, and Tansy Rayner Roberts[58]
  • SF Commentary, Bruce Gillespie[58]
  • The Writer and the Critic, Kirstyn McDermott and Ian Mond[58]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

  • Tsana Dolichva,[58] for body of work, including reviews and interviews in Tsana's Reads and Reviews[59]
  • Foz Meadows,[58] for body of work, including reviews in Shattersnipe: Malcontent & Rainbows[59]
  • Ian Mond,[58] for body of work, including The Hysterical Hamster[59]
  • Alexandra Pierce,[58] for body of work, including reviews in Randomly Yours, Alex[59]
  • Katharine Stubbs,[58] for body of work, including Venture Adlaxre[59]
  • Grant Watson,[58] for body of work, including reviews in The Angriest[59]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

  • Kathleen Jennings,[58] for body of work, including Illustration Friday[59]
  • Belinda Morris,[58] for body of work, including Belinda Illustrates[59]

Best New Talent[edit]

William Atheling Jr. Award for Criticism or Review[edit]

  • Letters to Tiptree, Alexandra Pierce and Alisa Krasnostein (Twelfth Planet Press)[58]
  • The Rereading the Empire Trilogy review series, Tansy Rayner Roberts[58]
  • The Reviewing New Who series, David McDonald, Tansy Rayner Roberts and Tehani Wessely[58]
  • "Sara Kingdom dies at the end", Tansy Rayner Roberts in Companion Piece (Mad Norwegian Press)[58]
  • "SF Women of the 20th Century", Tansy Rayner Roberts[58]
  • Squeeing over Supergirl, David McDonald and Tehani Wessely series[58]

2017: Continuum 13, Melbourne[edit]

Best Novel[edit]

  • The Grief Hole, Kaaron Warren, IFWG Publishing Australia.[60]
  • The Lyre Thief, Jennifer Fallon, HarperCollins.[60]
  • Squid's Grief, D.K. Mok, D.K. Mok.[60]
  • Vigil, Angela Slatter, Jo Fletcher Books.[60]
  • The Wizardry of Jewish Women, Gillian Polack, Satalyte Publishing.[60]

Best Novella or Novelette[edit]

  • "All the Colours of the Tomato", Simon Petrie, in Dimension6 9.[60]
  • "By the Laws of Crab and Woman", Jason Fischer, in Review of Australian Fiction, Vol 17, Issue 6.[60]
  • "Did We Break the End of the World?", Tansy Rayner Roberts, in Defying Doomsday, Twelfth Planet Press.[60]
  • "Finnegan's Field", Angela Slatter, in Tor.com.[60]
  • "Glass Slipper Scandal", Tansy Rayner Roberts, in Sheep Might Fly.[60]
  • "Going Viral", Thoraiya Dyer, in Dimension6 8.[60]

Best Short Story[edit]

  • "Flame Trees", T.R. Napper, in Asimov's Science Fiction, April/May 2016.[60]
  • "No Fat Chicks", Cat Sparks, in In Your Face, FableCroft Publishing.[60]
  • "There's No Place Like Home", Edwina Harvey, in AntipodeanSF 221.[60]

Best Collected Work[edit]

  • Crow Shine by Alan Baxter, Ticonderoga Publications.[60]
  • Defying Doomsday, Tsana Dolichva and Holly Kench, Twelfth Planet Press.[60]
  • Dreaming in the Dark, Jack Dann, PS Publishing.[60]
  • In Your Face, Tehani Wessely, FableCroft Publishing.[60]

Best Artwork[edit]

  • cover and internal artwork, Adam Browne, for The Tame Animals of Saturn, Peggy Bright Books.[60]
  • illustration, Shauna O'Meara, for Lackington's 12.[60]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

  • James 'Jocko' Allen, for body of work.[60]
  • Aidan Doyle, for body of work.[60]
  • Bruce Gillespie, for body of work.[60]
  • Foz Meadows, for body of work.[60]
  • Tansy Rayner Roberts, for body of work.[60]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

  • Kathleen Jennings, for body of work, including Illustration Friday series.[61]
  • No award presented

Best Fan Publication in Any Medium[edit]

  • 2016 Australian SF Snapshot, Greg Chapman, Tehani Croft, Tsana Dolichva, Marisol Dunham, Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Stephanie Gunn, Ju Landéesse, David McDonald, Belle McQuattie, Matthew Morrison, Alex Pierce, Rivqa Rafael, Tansy Rayner Roberts, Helen Stubbs, Katharine Stubbs and Matthew Summers.[60]
  • The Coode Street Podcast, Jonathan Strahan and Gary K. Wolfe[60]
  • Earl Grey Editing Services (blog), Elizabeth Fitzgerald.[60]
  • Galactic Chat, Alexandra Pierce, David McDonald, Sarah Parker, Helen Stubbs, Mark Webb, and Sean Wright.[60]
  • Galactic Suburbia, Alisa Krasnostein, Alex Pierce, and Tansy Rayner Roberts.[60]
  • The Writer and the Critic, Kirstyn McDermott and Ian Mond.[60]

Best New Talent[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award for Criticism or Review[edit]

  • Kat Clay for essays and reviews in Weird Fiction Review[60]
  • Tehani Croft & Marisol Dunham, for Revisiting Pern: the great McCaffrey reread review series.[60]
  • Tsana Dolichva, for reviews, in Tsana's Reads and Reviews.[60]
  • Kate Forsyth, for The Rebirth of Rapunzel: a mythic biography of the maiden in the tower, FableCroft Publishing.[60]
  • Ian Mond, for reviews, in The Hysterical Hamster.[60]
  • Alexandra Pierce, for reviews, in Randomly Yours, Alex.[60]
  • Gillian Polack, for History and Fiction: Writers, their Research, Worlds and Stories, Peter Lang.[60]

2018: Swancon 2018, Perth[edit]

Best Novel[edit]

  • Corpselight, Angela Slatter, Hachette Australia. [62]
  • Crossroads of Canopy, Thoraiya Dyer, Tor.[62]
  • How to Bee , Bren MacDibble, Allen & Unwin.[62]
  • In the Dark Spaces, Cally Black, Hardie Grant Egmont.[62]
  • Lotus Blue, Cat Sparks, Skyhorse Publishing.[62]

Best Novella or Novelette[edit]

  • "Island Green", Shauna O'Meara, in Ecopunk!, Ticonderoga Publications.[62]
  • "Girl Reporter", Tansy Rayner Roberts, in Girl Reporter, Book Smugglers Publishing.[62]
  • "Matters Arising from the Identification of the Body", Simon Petrie, in Matters Arising from the Identification of the Body, Peggy Bright Books.[62]
  • "Monkey Business", Janeen Webb, in Ecopunk!, Ticonderoga Publications.[62]
  • "My Sister's Ghost", Kate Forsyth and Kim Wilkins, in The Silver Well, Ticonderoga Publications.[62]

Best Short Story[edit]

  • "A Harem of Six Legs", Edwina Harvey, in An Eclectic Collection of Stuff and Things, Peggy Bright Books.[62]
  • "Mr Mycelium", Claire McKenna, in Ecopunk!, Ticonderoga Publications.[62]
  • "A Pearl Beyond Price", Janeen Webb in Cthulhu Deep Down-Under Vol 1, IFWG Publishing Australia.[62]
  • "Prayers to Broken Stone", Cat Sparks, in Kaleidotrope, Spring 2017.[62]
  • "Trivalent" by Rivqa Rafael, in Ecopunk!, Ticonderoga Publications.[62]

Best Collected Work[edit]

  • An Eclectic Collection of Stuff and Things by Edwina Harvey, Peggy Bright Books.[62]
  • Ecopunk!, Cat Sparks and Liz Grzyb, Ticonderoga Publications.[62]
  • The Silver Well, Kate Forsyth and Kim Wilkins, Ticonderoga Publications.[62]
  • Singing My Sister Down and other stories by Margo Lanagan, Allen & Unwin.[62]

Best Artwork[edit]

  • Cover art, Lewis Morley, for Matters Arising from the Identification of the Body, Peggy Bright Books.[62]
  • The Grief Hole Illustrated: An Artist's Sketchbook Companion to Kaaron Warren's Supernatural Thriller, Keely Van Order, IFWG Publishing Australia.[62]

Best Fan Publication in any Medium[edit]

  • Earl Grey Editing (blog), Elizabeth Fitzgerald.[62]
  • Galactic Suburbia, Alisa Krasnostein, Alexandra Pierce, Tansy Rayner Roberts.[62]
  • No Award (blog), Liz Barr and Stephanie Lai.[62]
  • SF Commentary, edited by Bruce Gillespie.[62]
  • The Writer and the Critic, Kirstyn McDermott and Ian Mond.[62]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

  • Elizabeth Fitzgerald,[62] for writing at Earl Grey Editing.[63]
  • Leigh Edmonds,[62] for writing in iOTA.[63]
  • Liz Barr,[62] for writing at No Award.[63]
  • Stephanie Lai,[62] for writing at No Award.[63]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

Best New Talent[edit]

William Atheling Jr. Award for Criticism or Review[edit]

  • Liz Barr, for Star Trek: Discovery reviews, in No Award.[62]
  • Russell Blackford, for Science Fiction and the Moral Imagination: Visions, Minds, Ethics, Springer.[62]
  • Ambelin Kwaymullina, for "Reflecting on Indigenous Worlds, Indigenous Futurisms and Artificial Intelligence", Twelfth Planet Press.[62]
  • Alexandra Pierce and Mimi Mondal, for Luminescent Threads: Connections to Octavia E. Butler, Twelfth Planet Press.[62]
  • Cat Sparks, for "Science fiction and climate fiction: contemporary literatures of purpose", in Ecopunk! Speculative tales of radical futures, Ticonderoga Publications.[62]

2019: Continuum 15, Melbourne[edit]

Best Novel[edit]

  • Devouring Dark, Alan Baxter, Grey Matter Press.[64]
  • The Subjugate, Amanda Bridgeman, Angry Robot.[64]
  • Faerie Apocalypse, Jason Franks, IFWG Publishing Australia.[64]
  • City of Lies (Poison Wars 1), Sam Hawke, Tom Doherty Associates.[64]
  • The Beast's Heart, Leife Shallcross, Hodder & Stoughton.[64]
  • Tide of Stone, Kaaron Warren, Omnium Gatherum.[64]

Best Novella or Novelette[edit]

  • "Triquetra", Kirstyn McDermott, in Triquetra, Tor.com.[64]
  • "Cabaret of Monsters", Tansy Rayner Roberts, in Cabaret of Monsters, The Creature Court.[64]
  • "The Dragon's Child", Janeen Webb, in The Dragon's Child, PS Publishing.[64]

Best Short Story[edit]

  • "The Art of Broken Things", Joanne Anderton, in Mother of Invention, Twelfth Planet Press.[64]
  • "A Man Totally Alone", Robert Hood, The Mammoth Book of Halloween Stories: Terrifying Tales Set on the Scariest Night of the Year!, Skyhorse Publishing.[64]
  • "The Heart of Owl Abbas", Kathleen Jennings, in Tor.com.[64]
  • "Junkyard Kraken", D.K. Mok, in Mother of Invention, Twelfth Planet Press.[64]

Best Collected Work[edit]

  • Sword and Sonnet, edited by Aidan Doyle, Rachael K. Jones and E. Catherine Tobler, Ate Bit Bear.[64]
  • Mountains of the Mind, Gillian Pollack, Shooting Star Press.[64]
  • Mother of Invention, Rivqa Rafael and Tansy Rayner Roberts, Twelfth Planet Press.[64]
  • A Hand of Knaves, Leife Shallcross and Chris Large, CSFG Publishing.[64]
  • Tales from the Inner City, Shaun Tan, Allen & Unwin.[64]

Best Artwork[edit]

  • Cover art, Likhain, for Mother of Invention, Twelfth Planet Press.[64]
  • Cover and internal illustrations, Shauna O'Meara, for A Hand of Knaves, CSFG Publishing.[64]

Best Fan Publication in Any Medium[edit]

  • Earl Grey Editing, Elizabeth Fitzgerald.[64]
  • Pratchat, Elizabeth Flux, Ben McKenzie, Splendid Chaps Productions.[64]
  • SF Commentary, Bruce Gillespie.[64]
  • Galactic Suburbia, Alisa Krasnostein, Alexandra Pierce, and Tansy Rayner Roberts.[64]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

  • Liz Barr,[64] for writing in squiddishly.[65]
  • Bruce Gillespie,[64] for writing in SF Commentary and ANZAPA articles.[66]

Best New Talent[edit]

William Atheling Jr Award for Criticism or Review[edit]

  • Damien Broderick, for Pscience Fiction, McFarland.[64]
  • Damien Broderick, for Consciousness and Science Fiction, Springer.[64]
  • Tansy Rayner Roberts, for Gentlewomen of the Press, Sheep Might Fly.[64]
  • Cat Sparks, for "The 21st Century Catastrophe: Hyper-capitalism and Severe Climate Change in Science Fiction" PhD exegesis.[64]

2020: Swancon 2020, Perth[edit]

(The convention was cancelled.) There were insufficient nominations for the Best Artwork and Best Fan Artist categories.[67]

There was a preliminary ballot on which Bruce Gillespie was nominated for Best Fan Writer "for writing in SF Commentary and ANZAPA articles".[68]

Best Novel[edit]

  • Claiming T-Mo, Eugen Bacon, Meerkat Press.[67]
  • The Year of the Fruit Cake, Gillian Polack, IFWG Publishing Australia.[67]

Best Short Fiction[edit]

  • "into bones like oil", Kaaron Warren, in Into Bones like Oil, Meerkat Press.[67]
  • "Whom My Soul Loves", Rivqa Rafael, in Strange Horizons, 11 November 2019.[67]

Best Collected Work[edit]

  • Collision, J.S. Breukelaar, Meerkat Press.[67]

Best Fan Publication in Any Medium[edit]

  • Be The Serpent podcast, Alexandra Rowland, Jennifer Mace and Freya Marske.[67]
  • SF Commentary, Bruce Gillespie.[67]

Best Fan Writer[edit]

  • Bruce Gillespie,[67] for writing in SF Commentary.[69][70]
  • Elizabeth Fitzgerald, for reviews in Skiffy and Fanty.[67]

Best New Talent[edit]

William Atheling Jr. Award for Criticism or Review[edit]

  • Eugen Bacon, for Writing Speculative Fiction, Red Globe Press.[67]
  • Grant Watson, for reviews on FictionMachine.[67]

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