The winner of the Arthur C. Clarke Award for best science fiction novel published in 2017 has been announced:
- WINNER: Dreams Before the Start of Time, Anne Charnock (47North)
This year’s judges were Charles Christian, Dave Hutchinson, Paul March-Russell, Kari Maund, and Gaie Sebold. Andrew M. Butler served in a non-voting role as chair of the judges. Tom Hunter was awards director. The winning title was announced at a public award ceremony, held in partnership with Foyles Bookshop, in London on July 18, 2018. Charnock was presented with a check for £2,018 and a commemorative engraved bookend.
For more information on all the nominated titles, see our previous shortlist report.
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