The Science Fiction Poetry Association (SFPA) has announced the 2021 Dwarf Stars Award winners.
- First Place: “Yes, Antimatter is Real”, Holly Lyn Walrath (Analog 9-10/20)
- Second Place: “The Softness of Impossible Fossils”, Robert Borski (Asimov’s 7-8/20)
- Third Place: “Frozen Hurricanes”, Herb Kauderer (Minimalism: A Handbook of Minimalist Genre Poetic Forms)
The Dwarf Stars Award is given by the SFPA to recognize the best speculative poem of one to ten lines published in the previous year. Winners will have their work reprinted in the 2021 Dwarf Stars Anthology.
For more information, see the SFPA website.
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