Science Fiction Awards Watch

Any information regarding the process and background for this award is appreciated.  The following was provided by the WorldSF Blog.  The website for the award (in Romanian) can be found here.  (Thanks to Concatenation for the heads-up.)
The Best Volume:
“The Seasons” (Anotimpurile) by Bogdan-Tudor Bucheru (Millennium Books)
“Ink and Blood” (Cerneal? ?i singe) by ?tefana Cristina Czeller (Millennium Books)
“DemNet” (DemNet) by Dan Dobo? (Media-Tech)
“Chronicles from the End of the World” (Cronici de la cap?tul p?mîntului) by Costi Gurgu (Millennium Books)
“Alone on Ormuza” (Singur pe Ormuza) by Liviu Radu (Millennium Books)
The Best Short Prose:
“Prophecies about the Past” (Profe?ii despre trecut) by Aron Biro (Steampunk: A second revolution edited by Adrian Cr?ciun, Millennium Books)
“The Last Hourglass” (Ultima clepsidr?) by Oliviu Crâznic (Steampunk: A second revolution edited by Adrian Cr?ciun, Millennium Books)
“The Southern Swamps” (Mla?tinile din sud) by Costi Gurgu (Chronicles from the End of the World, Millennium Books)
“The Black Fortress” (Cetatea neagr?) by Costi Gurgu (Steampunk: A second revolution edited by Adrian Cr?ciun, Millennium Books)
“A trouble in the Wonderful Inand” (O huc? în minunatul Inand) by Michael Haulic? (Galileo Magazine, issue 3)
“The Story of Calistrat Hadîmbu from Vizireni, foully murdered by Raul Colentina in a Bucharest’s outskirts inn” (Povestea lui Calistrat Hadîmbu din Vizireni, ucis mi?ele?te de nenicul Raul Colentina într-un han de la marginea Bucure?tilor) by Michael Haulic? (Steampunk: A second revolution edited by Adrian Cr?ciun, Millennium Books)
“From Gipsies” (De la ?igani) by George Laz?r (Steampunk: A second revolution edited by Adrian Cr?ciun, Millennium Books)
The Best Anthology:
“Steampunk: A Second Revolution” (Steampunk: A doua revolu?ie) edited by Adrian Cr?ciun (Millennium, 2011)
“Venus” (Venus) edited by Antuza Genescu (Eagle & SRSFF, 2011)
“The Dragon and the Ewe Lamb” (Balaurul ?i Miori?a) edited by Mihail Gr?mescu (Eagle, 2011)
“Pangaea” (Pangaia) edited by SRSFF (Eagle & SRSFF, 2010)
“2011 Galileo Awards” (Premiile Galileo 2011) edited by Horia Nicola Ursu (Millennium, 2011)
Vladimir Colin Awards:
Novel: Vindecatorul [The Healer] by Sebastian A. Corn, Cartea Romaneasca Publishing House, 2008
Short Stories: Rock me Adolf, Adolf, Adolf by Silviu Genescu, Bastion Publishing House, 2008
Fantastic Short Stories: Intre Bariere [Between Barriers] Doru Stoica Millennium Press, 2010
Non-Fiction:– Istoria Benzii Desenate Romanesti 1891 – 2010 [A History of Romanian Comics], Dodo Nita & Alexandru Ciubotariu, Vellant Publishing House, 2010)
Our special congratulations to Silviu.   These awards a juried awards that were first presented in 2000 but stopped being presented before 2008 (hence the 2008-2010 reference in the current announcement). Triple Eurocon Award winner Vladimir Colin (pen name Jean Colin) was an influential SF/F writer in communist Romania and who died in 1991 just after the revolution in 1990.  (Via Concatenation)
BASTKON
Bastkon is an SF/F litcon for authors (especially young ones as encouragement and nurturing embryonic talent is behind this event), editors and critics founded in 2001. Around 150 attended the 2012 gathering. The principal category wins were:-
Sword of the Bastion (main juried award with 10,000 rubles prize money): Sergei Chekmaev
Bowl Bastion (attendee voted award):-
1st place: Leonid Kaganov for the story ‘Magic’
2nd place: Cyril Benediktov for the story ‘Zayib’
3rd place: Vadim Panov for the novel Admiral Zagraty The Last
Ivan Kalita Award (a cash prize raised by voting fee): Leonid Kaganov for the story ‘Magic’
Mirror Award (for translation): Maya Lakhuti
Besoboy (especially for fantasy): Not awarded this year
Nikitin (especially for SF): Vadim Panov for the novel Admiral Zagraty The Last
Information on the previous awards is sought by this website.

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