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Nominados de la European Science Fiction Society

Por JAVIER a las 18:02 el domingo, 24 de marzo de 2013 0 comentarios

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Entre ellos, nuestros compañeros de la revista Scifiworld. Podéis ver todo el listado de nominados en el siguiente enlace

 http://www.esfs.info/nominations-2013.html

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ESFS Awards Nominations 2013 - Full List – Press version


Information from nominator, or from a Google search.

The voting will be held at the Eurocon in Kiev 11-14 April 2013: http://eurocon.org.ua/press-release.html

Best Author
    Name
    Country
    Information
    Andreas Gruber
    Austria
    He is certainly one of the best known Austrian SF-authors.
    LIVIU RADU
    Romania
    LIVIU RADU ( since Last Eurocon he published two more novels, for a total of 19. Alternate Worlds, Soft SF, Cyberpunk, Fantasy and Horror, these are the areas in which Liviu Radu was among the firsts to write in Romanian at the today standards.
    Vadim Panov
    Russia
    Michel Jeury
    France
    Frantisek Novotný
    Czech
    He received six Academy of Science-Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Awards for his fiction and non-fiction writings and long-life participation on Czech fandom activities.
    Anja Kuemmel
    Germany

    Andrey Valentinov
    Ukraine
    Mary Gentle
    UK
    Nikolay Tellalov
    Bulgaria
    Dario Tonani
    Italy
Best Artist
    Name
    Country
    Information
    Johann Peterka
    Austria
    Johann Peterka as illustrator of many important books on speculative fiction, including science-fiction. Although he has cut back some of his offical work, the enthusiasm has not decreased: So for one example he draws new and gorgeous graphic novel for the e-zine "Cthulhu Libria" every month.
    CATALIN NEGREA
    Romania
    see http://catanegrea.blogspot.ro/, add to it the covers for Helion magazine and those for the Bastion publishing house
    Sergei Shikin
    Russia
    Milivoj Ćeran
    Croatia
    Milivoj was born in Zagreb on October 21, 1978. His illustrations are made in traditional media for various clients including: Wizards of the Coast (Dungeon Magazine, Dragon Magazine, D&D books, D/D Fortune Cards), and World of Warcraft tcg (Cryptozoic Entertainment, Upper Deck Entertainment) among others. He is a member of Croatian Association of Applied Arts Artists (ULUPUH), and since 2004 he has been teaching painting techniques on Painting department, School of applied arts in Zagreb, Croatia.
    Check his work on his pages:
    Manchu
    France
    Jana Souflová
    Czech
    She creates book covers as good as free paintings, mainly with fantasy themes. (web: http://http://www.maffet.cz/ , czech and english)
    Martin Frei
    Germany

    Nikolay Redka
    Ukraine

    Anne Sudworth
    UK
    Tomasz Baginski
    Poland
    Plamen Semkov
    Bulgaria
    (http://bgf.zavinagi.org/images/d/d5/FS%2B2012.jpg,
    http://bgf.zavinagi.org/images/d/d6/Cover-eko.jpg,
    http://bgf.zavinagi.org/images/2/2e/Mask.jpg)

Best Translator

    Name
    Country
    Information
    STEFAN GHIDOVEANU
    Romania
    Since last Eurocon, Stefan became Stephenson in Romanian for Anathem. Translating SF in Romanian since the '80, Stefan Ghidoveanu "signed" Philip K. Dick, Ursula K. Le Guin,, John Scalzi etc.
    Kirill Pleshkov
    Russia
    “it's in Russian. but Google translates it well enough”
    Patrice and Viktoriya Lajoie
    France
    Patrice and Viktoriya Lajoie, who will attend the Convention, are now the best translators for Russian science fiction from Russian into french. They also attend a specialised website on Russian fantastika, http://www.russkaya-fantastika.eu http://www.actusf.com/spip/article-8287.html
    Petr Kotrle
    Czech
    He received four Czech Academy of Science-Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Awards for best translator.
    Christiane Poehlmann
    Germany

    Vladislav Rusanov
    Ukraine

    Svetlana Komogorova
    Bulgaria
Best Promoter
    Name Country
    Information
    Helmuth Mommers
    Austria
    Helmuth Mommers, especially for his project of the "Villa Fanatastica", a library on mostly SF, but also for other genres on speculative fiction. The library should perserve large collections for future generations, as well as providing information for students and interesting books for average people who can lend books for free.
    MICHAEL HAULICA
    Romania
    Since the Last Eurocon, Michael Haulica, being an accomplished author himself, conceived another SF&F magazine - "ARGOS" - and leading a new SF publishing house and collection, Paladin. Since the '90s, Michael Haulica founded and edited 7 SEVEN magazines(SuperNova, Alternativ SF, Lumi Virtuale, Fiction.ro, Nautilus, Galileo, Argos), out of which three are ongoing, and helped more than 20 young Romanian authors to get published. He is an astute cultural and SF journalist and blogger.
    Istvan Burger
    Hungary

    Alexander Sidorovich
    Russia

    Davor Šišović
    Croatia
    Davor's inexhaustible energy has made him one of the most active fandom members in Croatia. He has initiated three SF festivals in Pazin, a small town in the heart of the peninsula of Istra: Istrakon, the second largest SF convention in Croatia; Fantastic Literature Festival, a writers' summer Mecca; and Jules Verne festival (Jules Verne has placed one of his novels in Pazin). He is single-handedly responsible for Pazin becoming a member of the Book Town Organization. Davor Šišović writes SF book reviews for two daily newspapers and keeps a meticulous record of all events to do with SF at his blog http://bookaleta.blog.hr/ .
    Gérard Klein
    France
    Michael Haitel
    Germany

    Gleb Gusakov
    Ukraine

    Kalin Nenov
    Bulgaria
    Silvio Sosio
    Italy

Best Publisher


    Name
    Country
    Information
    Jürgen Schütz
    Austria
    Jürgen Schütz with his publishing house "Septime". The aim of the publishing house is to provide demanding international stories and also original fiction in German language. Especially the project of presenting the complete works of the SF-author James Tiptree Jr. to the readers of our country (and other German-speaking countries) qualifies him for the nomination. Link: http://www.septime-verlag.at
    MILLENIUM BOOKS
    Romania
    Continuing a longer than a decade work, its editor, Horia Nicola Ursu, published more Romanian authors than all the other editors combined, having the main effort in short stories anthologies, with the same attention for debutes like for the confirmed authors.
    Azbooka
    Russia
    Mentor
    Croatia
    Mentor is small publishing company ran by Darko Macan, with great reputation in Croatian SF community. Promoting Croatian authors for last twenty years, they were the ones responsible for shaking up Croatian science fiction literary scene in the 1990es, opening space for new authors.
    Mentor is also creditable for Ubiq, award winning semi-annual magazine (ESFS Hall of fame 2011) that offers not only stories, but also important critical and theoretical work, including essays by experts from the academic circles.
    Another great work published by Mentor in 2006 is Ad Astra, Anthology of Croatian Science Fiction Novella 1976 - 2006 .
    As a special edition for Kontakt (Eurocon 2012), Mentor published Kontakt, an anthology of current Croatian authors in English, which was given to every member with the Deluxe Membership. (http://zagreb-eurocon2012.com/story-collections )
    Their greatest impact on Croatian Science Fiction is in their support to new and young authors, helping them to grow and develop their own style of writing.
    L'Atalante
    France
    Ernst Wurdack
    Germany
    Shiko
    Ukraine

    Beccon Publications
    UK
    Small press, SF critical works and some filk on the side.
    Argus
    Bulgaria

    Delos Books
    Italy

Best Magazine


    Name
    Country
    Information
    Quaber Merkur
    Austria
    Quaber Merkur with the Austrian editor Franz Rottensteiner. It has come out since 1963 and still pretty much alive! The publishing house is in Germany, but I guess this is the aim the ESFS-award: To make interesting projects across the borders!
    Link:
    HELION
    Romania
    (it is the flagship of Romanian SF media, celebrating recently 30 years since its first issue. It is a constant and essential part of Romanian SF discussions, with its electronic presence at http://www.helionsf.eu/)
    Geek
    Germany

    45th Meridian
    Ukraine

    Scifiworld
    Spain
    SFX
    UK
    Fiction (new version)
    France
    FantAstika Almanac
    Bulgaria
    e.g. 2007:
    Fantascienza.com
    Italy

Spirit of Dedication


Best Dramatic Presentation


    Name Country
    Information
    ADRIAN CHIFU
    Romania
    See his videos for which he composes the music, conceives the script, films and edits them. Example: Exodos, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPVsEpwBIUU. Adrian is a sharp music and film critique also, with a special ear and eye for our genre.
    "Your Move" by Radio Theatre
    Ukraine


Best Website


    Name
    Country
    Information
    Europa SF
    (Romania)
    The site Europa SF (http://scifiportal.eu ) is rather new project, but it started strong; This pan-European SF&F project in English, de facto language of Europe and the world, dedicated to the promotion of all European SF&F gathered contributors from al over the continent sharing information about the fandom, reviews of new books and movies, bringing fans closer.
    N.B. Several out of country nominations.
    GAZETA SF
    Romania
    At http://fanzin.clubsf.ro, the most spectacular evolution in form and content since the last Eurocon.
    BVI archives
    Russia
    ActuSF
    France
    perrypedia.proc.org
    Germany
    Zoryana Fortetsya
    Ukraine
    BG-Fantastika
    Bulgaria
    Fantascienza.com
    Italy

Best Artist


    Name
    Country
    Information
    Karin Tidbeck
    Sweden
    Karin Tidbeck is a Swedish author of fantasy and weird fiction. Her short story collection Jagannath from 2012 has got favorable reviews and is on the Locus list of recommended reading. She has recently received the Crawford Award, designated for an "exceptionally promising writer whose first fantasy book was published the preceding year_. Jagannath is on the Tiptree Award Honor List ("A beautifully written collection of short stories using Norse myth; the ones that involve gender identities present figures not easily forgotten, from the Aunts to the Great Mother to the characters mooning over an airship and a steam engine.") An example of her work can be read at http://strangehorizons.com/2013/20130304/sadgoat-f.shtml.
    For more information see Wikipedia, http://karintidbeck.com/ and a review and an interview in Interzone 244.
    Michael Marcus Thurner
    Austria
    Michael Marcus Thurer. He writes on the very popular series "Perry Rhodan" and has also published books on SF on his own. One of them had also been translated into Polish language.
    MIRCEA OPRITA
    Romania
    His personality as a novelist, genre historian, reviewer and popular science writer is central for Romanian SF since the '70s. See www.mirceaoprita.ro
    Catherine Bachilo
    Russia

    Filip Burburan
    Croatia
    Filip a.k.a Morka is one of the Croatia well kept secrets and his info is really hard to find. Let us help you with few details; this illustrator and graffiti artist was born in Rijeka in 1983, graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana and currently works as illustrator in Boonar Studio (http://boonar.com ).
    He is a part of ZEK crew (http://www.zek.si ), a collective of eight young artists, as well as YCP graffiti crew from Croatia.
    Filip Burburan web page: http://filip.cghub.com
    Pierre le Pivain
    France

Best Fanzine


Name
Country
Information
GAZETA SF
Romania
Simple said, for the enormous number of newcomers published.
Darker
Russia
Géante rouge
France
Fandango
Ukraine

Sborishte na trubaduri [Gathering of Troubadours]
Bulgaria

Publicado por J. J. Arnau suscribirse a los artículos de J. Javier Arnau: Hay dos momentos claves que marcan su vida; la visión de La Guerra de las Galaxias, y la lectura de El Señor de los Anillos. Bueno, y Galáctica, y Doctor Who, y Asimov, Clarke, Orson Scott Card, Lovecrafft, Poe, Robert Howard, y Star Trek, Espacio 1999, El Planeta de los Simios (la serie),… el rock duro y el heavy metal. De vez en cuando, para desintoxicarse, se mete unas dosis de novela histórica (imaginando un escenario fantástico…). En fin, que ha tenido una vida muy marcada. Y así ha acabado, claro, ¿qué se podía esperar? (Blogs: Por Si Acaso: Previniendo Desastres, Delirios Varios, Currículum Literario)

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