Kenyan writer John Rugoiyo Gichuki chose the year 2410 as the setting for his radio play Eternal, Forever and won the BBC’s African Playwriting competition for 2006.
The nominees for the 2005 Bram Stoker Awards, presented by the Horror Writers Association, have been announced and are listed below. This year’s winners will be formally announced at the HWA Conference in Newark New Jersey on the weekend of June 16-18, 2006 at the Hilton Newark Airport Hotel. Peter Straub (Mr. X, Julia) will [...]
The Edgar Awards are the most prestigious honor that is bestowed on the world’s mystery and crime writers. The awards are named for the master poet, writer and critic Edgar Allan Poe, who was first published in 1827. Held annually and without all the fanfare of other awards programs, it allows some of the greatest [...]
Source: Reuters Submitted by: Lesmond Sri Lanka gives sci-fi legend Clarke highest award COLOMBO (Reuters) – Sri Lanka awarded long-term resident and British science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke its highest civilian award on Monday for his contributions to science and technology and his commitment to his adopted country. Born in England in 1917, Clarke [...]
Manny Coto and Tim Brazeal have won the I-Sci-Fi Award for Excellence in promoting the science fiction genre.
Woo Hoo! We’re so stoked to have been nominated for a People’s Choice Podcast Award! In an effort to grab the attention of those that listen but don’t check the site regularly, we’re releasing this Special Edition podcast. Be sure and vote for us as well as our fellow TSFPN podcast The Radio Adventures of [...]
Yesterday, the nominees for the podcast awards were announced at podcastconnect.com Slice of Scifi has been nominated in two categories: People Choice Podcast of the Year Top Rated Voting will start today at www.podcastawards.com. So everybody go there and VOTE!!!