2019 Sir Julius Vogel Awards Nominees

Locus Magazine, Science Fiction FantasyFinalists for the 2019 Sir Julius Vogel Awards have been announced by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Association of New Zealand (SFFANZ). Winners will be selected by members of SFFANZ and GeyserCon 2019, and honored at the convention, May 31 – June 2, 2019 at the Holiday Inn Rotorua in Rotorua, New Zealand.

Best Novel

Best Youth Novel

Best Novella/Novelette

  • “Where the Sun Does Not Shine”, Paul Mannering (Hellhole)
  • Skin Deep, Violet Penrose (Griffon)
  • “The Glassblower’s Peace”, James Rowland (Aurealis 9/18)
  • The Martian Job, M. Darusha Wehm (Choice of Games)

Best Short Story

  • “On the Run”, Kevin Berry (Te Korero Ahi Kā)
  • “Girls Who do not Drown”, A.C. Buchanan (Apex 12/18)
  • “We Feed the Bears of Fire and Ice”, Octavia Cade (Strange Horizons)
  • “A Devoted Husband”, Melanie Harding-Shaw (Breach)
  • “Dead End Town”, Lee Murray (Cthulhu: Land of the Long White Cloud)

Best Collected Work

Best Professional Artwork

  • Cover for Te Korero Ahi Kā, Evelyn Doyle (SpecFicNZ)
  • Cover for Quest, Craig Phillips (Phantom Feather)
  • Cover for Capricious 1/18, Laya Rose
  • Cover for The Baker Thief, Laya Rose (The Kraken Collective)

Best Professional Production/Publication

  • Breach #5-9
  • Info Text subtitles for Doctor Who: “Earthshock”
  • Writing from a Dark Place, Lee Murray (Victoria University Press)
  • New Orbit
  • Overgrown
  • Black Archive #15, John Toon (Obverse)

Best Dramatic Presentation

  • Mortal Engines
  • Wellington Paranormal

Best New Talent

  • Kura Carpenter
  • Saf Davidson
  • M.W. Innes-Jones
  • Deborah Makarios
  • Fraser Newman
  • Anna Ryan

Best Fan Production/Publication

  • The Future According to Mikey
  • Phoenixine
  • Star Trek in the Park: The Trouble with Tribbles

Best Fan Artwork

  • “The Thirteenth Doctor”, Laya Rose

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