British SF Association Awards 2003


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2004 <— British SF Association Awards —> 2002


Eligibility Year: 2002
Novel
Short Fiction
  • Winner: Coraline, Neil Gaiman (Bloomsbury)
  • “Five British Dinosaurs”, Michael Swanwick (Interzone #177 Mar 2002)
  • “If Lions Could Speak: Imaging the Alien”, Paul Park (Interzone #177 Mar 2002)
  • “Router”, Charles Stross (Asimov's Sep 2002)
  • “Singleton”, Greg Egan (Interzone #176 Feb 2002)
  • “Voice of Steel”, Sean McMullen (Sci Fiction 21 Aug 2002)
Artwork
  • Winner: Dominic Harman for Interzone #179 May 2002
  • Peter Gric for “Experiment 1” (The Third Alternative #31 Jul 2002)
  • Judge Death: My Name Is Death (page 1), Fraser Irving (2000AD Prog 1289 1 May 2002)
  • Richard Marchand for “Obliquitese” (The Third Alternative #32 Aut 2002)
  • Joachim Luetke for “The Routine” by Gala Blau (The Third Alternative #31 Jul 2002)
Nonfiction
  • Winner: “Introduction”, David Langford (Maps: The Uncollected John Sladek Big Engine)
  • “The Interrogation”, Nick Gevers & Christopher Priest (Interzone #183 Oct 2002) (Christopher Priest interviewed by Nick Gevers)
  • Mapping Mars, Oliver Morton (Fourth Estate)
  • “Once There Was a Magazine”, Fred Smith (Beccon Publications 2002)
  • “The Time Machine” (film review), Lucius Shepard (Electric Story 2 Apr 2002; F&SF Aug 2002)







































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