The Washington Post share their five best science fiction and fantasy books of 2015. Since they only choose 5 books, it forces an exclusion of a lot of inevitably excellent work, but provides a manageable reading list that’s worth comparing to the 2015 bookshelf to see if there’s one of these that has somehow slipped through the net.
The British Fantasy Awards nominees have been named. I’m quite fond of the way the BFS nominate – they have a democratic nominations process, but the juries can add two further nominees per category as egregious omissions, which means that if the voting public undergoes a collective neurological event and puts a bunch of dross on the ticket, the juries have the ability to claw back some respectability by adding a few candidates that deserve to be there,… Continue reading British Fantasy Awards 2015 Nominees
The 2015 World Fantasy Award nominees have been announced, the better to weigh down your required reading list. They are reproduced here for your reading and viewing pleasure.