Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Comments: With his victory arriving right on schedule, China Miéville won his third overall Clarke Award in 2010, giving him more wins for this award than any other author. Given his established track record of winning the Clarke Award once every five years, I fully expect Miéville to win this award in 2015. In addition to Miéville's accomplishment in this year, Gwyneth Jones was also nominated, making her one of the most frequently nominated authors for the Clarke Award.
The City & the City by China Miéville
Far North by Marcel Theroux
Galileo's Dream by Kim Stanley Robinson
Retribution Falls by Chris Wooding
Spirit: The Princess of Bois Dormant by Gwyneth Jones
Yellow Blue Tibia by Adam Roberts
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Go to previous year's nominees: 2009
Go to subsequent year's nominees: 2011
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