Locus Awards 2015 winners announced
The winners of the 2015 Locus Awards for science-fiction and fantasy writing have been announced. Winners include: Ancillary Sword (Ann Leckie, Orbit) in the Science-fiction Novel category; The Goblin Emperor (Katherine Addison, Tor) in the Fantasy Novel category; The Memory Garden (Mary Rickert, Sourcebooks Landmark) in the First Novel category; Half a King (Joe Abercrombie, HarperVoyager) in the Young Adult Book category; Rogues (ed by George R R Martin & Gardner Dozois, Bantam) in the Anthology category; and What Makes This Book So Great (Jo Walton, Tor) in the Nonfiction category. ‘The Truth About Owls’ by Amal El-Mohtar, originally published by Australian publisher Twelfth Planet Press in the anthology Kaleidoscope (ed by Alisa Krasnostein & Julia Rios), won in the Short-story Category. The winners were announced during the Locus Awards Weekend in Seattle on 26-28 June. View a complete list of all the winners here.
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