2021 Grand Prix de l’Imaginaire Winners

Winners of the 2021 Grand Prix de l’Imaginaire, honoring the best SF/F work published in France in 2020, have been announced:

French Novel

  • Le Sanctuaire, Laurine Roux (Le Sonneur)

Foreign Novel

  • Kra, Dar Duchesne dans les ruines de l’Ymr [Ka: Dar Oakley in the Ruin of Ymr], John Crowley (L’Atalante)

French Short Fiction

  • “Toxiques dans les prés”, Claude Ecken (Nos futurs)

Foreign Short Fiction

  • La Fabrique des lendemains [Tomorrow Factory], Rich Larson (Le Bélial’ & Quarante-Deux)

French YA Novel

  • Steam Sailors, volumes 1 & 2, E.S. Green (Gulf Stream)

Foreign YA Novel

  • La Trilogie de la Poussière, volumes 1 & 2 [La Belle Sauvage & The Secret Commonwealth], Philip Pullman (Gallimard Jeunesse)

Jacques Chambon Translation Prize

  • Jean-François Le Ruyet for Djinn City, Saad Z. Hossain (Agullo)

Wojtek Siudmak Award for Art

  • Vaderetro for Steam Sailors, volumes 1 & 2, E.S. Green (Gulf Stream)


  • Kaiju, envahisseurs & apocalypse. L’Âge d’or de la science-fiction japonaise, Fabien Mauro (Aardvark)

Prix Spécial

  • Le Cycle des contrées, Jacques Abeille (Le Tripode)

For more information, see the official website.

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