May 10, 2017May 10, 2017
Collated and edited by Victoria Hoyle [Editor’s note: this discussion, which took place over several days and is still...
May 3, 2017May 3, 2017
The Arthur C. Clarke Award for science fiction literature has announced its 31st annual shortlist. A Closed and Common Orbit, Becky...
May 2, 2017May 2, 2017
Summary of discussions by Nina Allan Well, here we are – three months into the shadow Clarke project and...
March 23, 2017March 23, 2017
By Megan AM Good Morning, Midnight — Lily Brooks-Dalton (Wiedenfeld & Nicolson) Good Morning, Midnight is a bit of a shortlist...
March 6, 2017March 6, 2017
We are delighted to offer a guest-post from Philip R. Maloney, a researcher in astrophysics from Colorado and one of...
March 3, 2017March 3, 2017
By Vajra Chandrasekera To honour old arguments over the 1992 shortlist, I began by ruling out all books with...
March 2, 2017March 2, 2017
By David Hebblethwaite Ever since the Clarke Award began publishing its list of submitted titles, it has been fun...
March 1, 2017March 1, 2017
By Jonathan McCalmont So, it turns out that the whole ‘coming up with an award shortlist’ thing is a...
February 28, 2017February 28, 2017
By Paul Kincaid It isn’t the job of the Shadow Clarke Award jury to predict what the actual jury...
February 27, 2017February 27, 2017
By Maureen Kincaid Speller I’ve thought a lot about the different ways I might approach this shortlist. Mostly, I...
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