Preditors and Editors
A guide to publishers and publishing services for serious writers since 1997.
Literary Industry Awards
Campbells - award for best new writer in speculative fiction
Chesleys - given out by the Association of Science Fiction and Fantasy Artists for works created, published, or first exhibited during the course of a given year.
Edgars - Edgar Allan Poe Awards(sm) are given out by the Mystery Writers of America
The EPPIE Awards - awards that recognize outstanding achievement in e-publishing.
Hugo Awards: Site of the Hugo Awards for science fiction. Considered by many to be the most prestigious award within the field of science fiction.
Hugos - Also known as the Science Fiction Achievement Award.
Independent Publisher Book Awards: "conducted annually to honor the year's best independently published titles. The ninth annual, 2005 “IPPY” Awards are now accepting entries in 58 categories. Also Ten Outstanding Books of the Year, in categories such as Most Likely to Save the Planet and Most Inspirational to Youth."
Literary Review Bad Sex in Fiction Awards: Like it states. Our thanks to Writer Beware for finding this annual review site as it should be of interest to writers and readers.
Nebulas - science fiction award
Phillip K. Dick Award - award for best original science fiction paperback
Prix Aurora - presented annually for some of the best in Canadian SF and fantasy.
Publishers Advocate Awards: Not recommended. Since disbanded. 11/30/05: New information states, "The Publishers Advocate program was never formally established, and the awards program never collected a cent, nor did it ever bestow any awards. The later editions of the Publishing Game book don't mention Publishers Advocate at all."
Pulitzer Prizes - awards for excellence in writing.
Stokers - the Horror Writer's Association presents the Bram Stoker Awards for Superior Achievement
Sturgeons - Theodore Sturgeon Award for the best short science fiction of the year
World Fantasy Awards - fantasy writer award
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