Road Out of Winter by Alison Stine (Mira) won the 2021 Philip K. Dick Award, announced April 2, 2021 during the virtual Norwescon 43. A special citation was given to The Book of Koli by M.R. Carey (Orbit US). Other finalists were:
- Failed State, Christopher Brown (Harper Voyager US)
- Dance on Saturday, Elwin Cotman (Small Beer)
- Bone Silence, Alastair Reynolds (Orbit US)
- The Doors of Eden, Adrian Tchaikovsky (Orbit US)
The award is presented annually to a distinguished work of science fiction originally published in paperback form in the United States. The award is sponsored by the Philip K. Dick Trust and the Philadelphia Science Fiction Society, and the ceremony is sponsored by the Northwest Science Fiction Society. This year’s judges were F. Brett Cox, Brendan A. DuBois, Cynthia Felice, Tim Pratt, and Jessica Reisman (chair).
For more, see the award website.
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