Nominations for the 2019 Sir Julius Vogel Awards are now being accepted. The nomination period will close at 8.00 pm on 30 March 2019. The awards recognise excellence and achievement in science fiction, fantasy, or horror works created by New Zealanders and New Zealand residents, and first published or released in the 2018 calendar year.
We are using a web-based system for nominations. You can find the web form here.
Full information about the awards, including links to the rules and other guidelines for the Sir Julius Vogel Award, can be found here.
Anyone can make a nomination and it is free! Get busy reading NZ authors and watching NZ movies to find work to nominate. The awards will be presented at Geysercon – the 2019 National SF&F Convention.
Congratulations to this year’s recipients of the Sir Julius Vogel Awards. You can find the official list of all winners here: http://www.sffanz.org.nz/sjv/sjvResults-2018.html
Below is a short form summary:
Best Novel – Hounds of the Underworld – Dan Rabarts and Lee Murray
Best Youth Novel – The Traitor and the Thief – Gareth Ward
Best Novella / Novelette – Matters Arising from the Identification of the Body – Simon Petrie
Best Short Story – “Crimson Birds of Small Miracles” – Sean Monaghan
Best Collected Work – Mariah’s Prologues – Grace Bridges
Best Professional Artwork – Cover for “Teleport” – Kate Strawbridge
Best Professional Production/Publication – Mistlands – Laya Rose
Best Dramatic Presentation – The Changeover – Stuart McKenzie, Miranda Harcourt, Emma Slade
Best Fan Artwork – John Toon
Best Fan Production/ Publication – Lexicon convention booklet – Darusha Wehm
Best Fan Writing – Jo Toon
Best New Talent – Gareth Ward
Services To Science Fiction, Fantasy And Horror – Darian Smith
Services To Fandom – Jan Butterworth
The full official list of Sir Julius Vogel Award winners for 2017 is available on the SFFANZ web site. These awards were presented at Lexicon last night. Congratulations to the winners and to everybody involved,