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Wed
Aug 14 2013 7:30am

Steig Larsson

Welcome back to the British Genre Fiction Focus, Tor.com’s regular round-up of book news from the United Kingdom’s thriving speculative fiction industry.

This week, we begin with the shortlist for the 2013 David Gemmell Legend Awards for Fantasy, which was revealed at Nine Worlds Geekfest in London on Sunday. Being honours decided via public polls, the Legends tend to split the community down the middle, and it’ll be interesting to see what comes of the list released this weekend.

Also in this edition of the British Genre Fiction Focus, news about an assortment of anthologies: a crowd-sourced collection coming from the folks at Angry Robot and Pornokitsch, in conjunction with the Bristol Festival of Literature; and an international effort which promises to showcase A Darker Shade of Sweden, complete with a lost genre short by the late, great Stieg Larsson.

All that, and Al Robertson introduces us to his fist.

[His Hugo Fist, in fact.]

Mon
Jan 16 2012 4:00pm

Hopefully, you’ve already made your voice heard in the Tor.com 2011 Reader’s Choice Awards, but we’re not the only website hosting awards at the moment. In addition to our “Stubbies,” popular site Pornokitsch is hosting the 2011 “Kitschies." Now in it’s third year, The Kitschies is sponsored by The Kraken Rum. Finalists have just been announced in its four categories: Red Tentacle (Novel), Golden Tentacle (Debut), Inky Tentacle (Cover) and the Black Tentacle (Discretionary.)

Click below for full list of finalists, as well as remarks from their judges!

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