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Israel’s 2012 Geffen Award Announced

The winners of the 2012 Geffen Award have been announced: Best Original Hebrew Book: What If, Yoav Avni Best Original Hebrew SF&F Short Story (tie): “Alone, in the Dark”, Keren Landsman; “And Then There Was Winter upon the World”, Hadas Misgav Best Translated Science Fiction Book: Catching Fire, Suzanne Collins Best Translated Fantasy Book: The Son of Neptune, […]

Analog & Asimov’s Reader’s Awards The winners of Analog’s Analytical Laboratory (AnLab) Awards are: Best Novella: “With Unclean Hands” by Adam-Troy Castro (November) Best Novelette (tie): “Jak and the Beanstalk” by Richard A. Lovett (July-August) “Betty Knox and Dictionary Jones in the Mystery of the Missing Teenage Anachronisms” by John G. Hemry (March) Best Short Story: “Julie […]

2011 Geffen Award Winners

SFAW received updated information on the Israeli Society for Science Fiction and Fantasy’s Geffen Awards, along with a list of the winners for 2011: Best Translated SF Book: The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins Best Translated Fantasy Book: I Shall Wear Midnight by Terry Pratchett Best Original Short Story: “The Heisenberg Gorgon” by Keren Landsman […]

2010 Geffen Awards

Rani Graff writes with news of the 2010 Geffen Awards, presented at ICon, the Israeli SF annual convention, in Tel Aviv over the past weekend. The winners are: Best Translated Science Fiction Book: Isaac Asimov’s Collected Short Stories, Vol. 1 (Moby Dick Publishing) Best Translated Fantasy Book: Nation, Terry Prachett (Kidmat Eden Publishing) Best Israeli […]

Geffen Award Nominees

Rani Graff writes from Israel with news of the 2010 Geffen Award nominees. Best Translated Science Fiction Novel Olympos, Dan Simmons (Opus Press) Tau Zero, Poul Anderson (Moby Dick Publishing) Issac Asimov’s Collected Short Stories, Vol. 1 (Moby Dick Publishing) Blindsight, Peter Watts (Kidmat Eden Publishing) The Dragon’s Nine Sons, Chris Roberson (Graff Publishing) Best […]

Geffen Award Winners

Our Israeli reporter, Rani Graff, has been at Icon, where the 2009 Geffen Awards have been announced. Here are the winners: Best Translated Science Fiction Novel: This Immortal by Roger Zelazny Best Translated Fantasy Novel: A Hat Full of Sky by Terry Prachett Best Israeli Novel: Hydromania by Assaf Gavron Best Israeli Short Story: “Fire […]

News just in from Israel. The Geffen Award winners for 2008 are as follows: Best Translated SF Book: I Am Legend, Richard Matheson (Translator: Yael Inbar; Publisher: Yanshuf Publishing) Best Translated Fantasy Book: The Wee Free Men, Terry Pratchett (Translator: Jonathan Bar; Publisher: East of Eden) Best Translated SF or Fantasy YA Book: Harry Potter […]

New Geffen Awards Web Site

The Geffen Awards have a brand new web site.

Geffen Award Winners

The results of the 2007 Geffen Awards were announced at iCon over the weekend. Thanks to Adam Willis for letting us know. Here are the winners: Best Translated Science Fiction Book: Old Man’s War by John Scalzi (translated by Raz Greenberg, Yanshuf Publishing) Best Translated Fantasy Book: Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke […]