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Voting for the first round of the 2019 British Science Fiction Association Awards closes on January 31st, and we have three pieces on this year's longlist! We’re delighted to present the following nominees for your consideration:
Nominated for Best Shorter Fiction:
2086, by TK Lê
Nominated for Best Non-Fiction:
Variations on a Name: The -Punks of Our Times, by Jaymee Goh
“Post” for Whom? Examining the Socioeconomics of a Post-Apocalypse, by Suyi Davies Okungbowa
You can check out the entire longlist here, and if you are a BSFA member, you can vote for your favorite pieces of 2019!
Congratulations and best of luck to all the talented nominees!
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