The Libertarian Futurist Society (LFS) has announced the winner for the Prometheus Award in the Best Novel category, honoring pro-freedom works published in 2021.
- WINNER: Rich Man’s Sky, Wil McCarthy (Baen)
- Between Home and Ruin, Karl K. Gallagher (Kelt Haven)
- Seize What’s Held Dear, Karl K. Gallagher (Kelt Haven)
- Klara and the Sun, Kazuo Ishiguro (Knopf; Faber & Faber)
- Should We Stay or Should We Go, Lionel Shriver (Harper Perennial)
They also announced the winner of the Hall of Fame Award for Best Classic Fiction, “given in recognition of a classic work of science fiction or fantasy with libertarian themes.”
- WINNER: Citizen of the Galaxy, Robert Heinlein (Charles Scribner’s Sons)
- That Hideous Strength, C.S. Lewis (The Bodley Head)
- Circus World, Barry B. Longyear (Nelson Doubleday)
- “The Trees”, Rush (Hemispheres)
All members of the LFS were eligible to vote. The 42nd annual Prometheus Awards will be presented online in late August, “with multiple-Prometheus-winning authors Travis Corcoran and F. Paul Wilson as presenters.”
For more information, see the LFS website.
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