The Science Fiction & Fantasy Poetry Association (SFPA) has announced the winners of the annual Rhysling Awards for SF, fantasy, and horror poetry in short and long form categories. This year’s winners are:
- First place: “Summer Time(lessness)“, Linda D. Addison (Star*Line 43.4)
- Second place: “Why did white people conquer the world for spices and then never use them?“, R. Thursday (Drunk Monkeys 11/16/20)
- Third place: “Darning”, Sandra J. Lindow (Asimov’s 5-6/20)
- First place: “Eleven Exhibits in a Better Natural History Museum, London“, Jenny Blackford (Strange Horizons 9/14/20)
- Second place: “A Song from Bedlam (with apologies to Christopher Smart)“, Nike Sulway (Liminality Spring ’20)
- Third place: “Devilish Incarnations”, Bruce Boston (Star*Line 43.1)
Winners were chosen by the members of the SFPA. For more information, see the SFPA website.
While you are here, please take a moment to support Locus with a one-time or recurring donation. We rely on reader donations to keep the magazine and site going, and would like to keep the site paywall free, but WE NEED YOUR FINANCIAL SUPPORT to continue quality coverage of the science fiction and fantasy field.
©Locus Magazine. Copyrighted material may not be republished without permission of LSFF.