- Peter McNamara Convenors’ Award for Excellence: Jack Dann
- Best Science Fiction Novel: Time Machines Repaired While-U-Wait, K A Bedford
- Best Science Fiction Short Story: “The Empire, Simon Brown”
- Best Fantasy Novel: The Two Pearls of Wisdom, Alison Goodman
- Best Fantasy Short Story: “Sammarynda Deep”, Cat Sparks
- Best Horror Novel: The Seance, John Harwood
- Best Horror Short Story: “Painlessness”, Kirstyn McDermott
- Anthology: The Starry Rift, Jonathan Strahan (ed)
- Collection: Magic Dirt, Sean Williams and Russell B. Farr (ed)
- Young adult novel: Finnikin of the Rock, Melina Marchetta
- Young Adult Short Story: “Cracks”, Trent Jamieson
- Illustrated book / Graphic Novel: Tales from Outer Suburbia, Shaun Tan
- Children’s Novel: The Wizard of Rondo, Emily Rodda
- Children’s Fiction Illustrated Work/Picture Book: The Wolf Kingdom Series, Richard Harland & Laura Peterson
Jonathan Strahan’s acceptance speech is online here.
The Shuan Tan graphic novel is not released in the USA until next month. It is, of course, eligible for a Hugo this year, but if the usual eligibility extension motion passes in Montreal (and Graphic Story is made a permanent category) it will presumably be one of the hot favorites for next year.
Update: The full official results are now online here.