The new Science Fiction and Fantasy Rosetta Awards (SFFRA) were launched December 26, 2020, “initiated and organized by a group of SFF enthusiasts with faith to promote and recognize the SFF literatures from various cultures and languages along with the efforts of those authors and translators.”
The awards will be given in long- and short-form categories, as well as a special service award category. Eligible works must be science fiction or fantasy, published in the previous calendar year, and “a translation from Non-English to English.” The jury consists of Alex Li, Cheryl Morgan (chair), Ana Rüsche, Alex Shvartsman, Gary K. Wolfe (deputy chair), Yingying Wu, and Artiom Zheltov.
For more information, see the SFFRA website.
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