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 Short Story: “Dr. Watson and Mr. Holmes – or – The Curse of the Penningtons”, Vered Tochterman (Once Upon a Future)
- Best Israeli Novel: To Be (Chong Levi’s Fifth) by Yoav Avni (Zmora Bitan Publishers)
Update: Short story winner details updated thanks to input from the publisher.