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2010 Prix Aurora Award winners

The winners of the 2010 Prix Aurora Awards were announced over Victoria Day weekend at a gala banquet in Winnipeg concluding Keycon, this year's Canadian National Science Fiction Convention. Liana Kerzner was mistress of ceremonies. The winners are:
  • Best Novel in English: Wake by Robert J. Sawyer (published by Penguin Canada)
  • Meilleur Roman en Français (Best Novel in French): Suprématie by Laurent McAllister (pen name for Jean-Louis Trudel and Yves Meynard) (published by Bragelonne)
  • Best Short-Form Work in English: “Pawns Dreaming of Roses” by Eileen Bell (from Women of the Apocalypse)
  • Meilleure Nouvelle en Français (Best Short-Form Work in French): «Ors blancs» by Alain Bergeron (from Solaris 117)
  • Best Work in English (Other): Women of the Apocalypse by the Apocalyptic Four (Eileen Bell, Roxanne Felix, Billie Milholland, and Ryan McFadden) (published by Absolute Xpress)
  • Meilleur Ouvrage en Français (Autre) / (Best Work In French (Other): Revue. Joël Champetier, éditeur
  • Artistic Achievement: Dan O’Driscoll, cover of Steel Whispers (published by Bundoran Press)
  • Fan Accomplishment (Fanzine): WCFSAZine, edited by R. Graeme Cameron
  • Fan Accomplishment (Organization): David Hayman, organization Filk Hall of Fame
  • Fan Accomplishment (Other): Ray Badgerow, astronomy lecture at USS Hudson Bay

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On Sunday, May 23, 2010, the 30th anniversary Aurora Awards banquet was held in Winnipeg at Keycon, this year’s Canadian National Science Fiction Convention. Fan Organizational nominee Kirstin Morrell used Robert J. Sawyer’s Twitter feed to tweet the proceedings live as they happened. The archive of Kirstin's Aurora-related tweets is here.

The voting and nominating statistics for the 2010 Aurora Awards are here.