2021 Premios Kelvin Finalists

Finalists have been announced for the 2021 Premios Kelvin 505 Awards, presented by the Celsius 232 festival and honoring the best science fiction, fantasy, or horror novels published in Spain.

Mejor Novela Original (Best Original Novel)

  • Subsolar, Emilio Bueso (Gigamesh)
  • Los dioses muertos, José Antonio Fideu (El Transbordador)
  • Newropía, Sofía Rhei (Minotauro)
  • Malasangre, Michelle Roche (Anagrama)

Mejor Novela Juvenil (Best YA Novel)

  • La conjura de Aramat, Victoria Álvarez (Nocturna)
  • Cada seis meses, Clara Duarte (La Galera)
  • El asesino de Alfas, Patricia García-Rojo (SM)
  • El círculo escarlata, César Mallorquí (Edebé)

Mejor Novela Traducida (Best Translated Novel)

  • Un poco de odio [A Little Hatred], Joe Abercrombie, translated by Manu Viciano (Alianza)
  • El cielo de medianoche [Good Morning, Midnight], Lily Brooks-Dalton, translated by Carles Andreu (Blackie Books)
  • Hex, Thomas Olde Heuvelt, translated by Ana Isabel Sánchez (Nocturna)
  • Las doncellas de óxido [The Rust Maidens], Gwendolyn Kiste, translated by José Ángel de Dios (Dilatando Mentes)

Mejor Novela Juvenil Traducida (Best Translated YA Novel)

  • La historia imposible de Sebastián Cole [The Impossible Boy], Ben Brooks, translated by Rebeca González Izquierdo (Blackie Books)
  • Balada de pájaros cantores y serpientes [The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes], Suzanne Collins, translated by Pilar Ramírez Tello & Manuel de los Reyes (RBA)
  • Llama al halcón [Call Down the Hawk], Maggie Stiefvater, translated by Xohana Bastida Calvo (Fandom Books)
  • Muertes Perfectamente Evitables [Perfectly Preventable Deaths], Deidre Sullivan, translated by Aida Candelario (La Galera)

Winners will be honored during the Celsius 232 festival, scheduled for July 13-17, 2021 in Avilés, Spain. For more information, see the Kelvin 505 website.


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