• 2018 Dragon Awards: Big-Name Winners and Little Controversy

    2018 Dragon Awards: Big-Name Winners and Little Controversy2

    One of the attractions at this year’s Dragon Con was the third iteration of the annual Dragon Awards, presented on Sunday to another fifteen works of science fiction and fantasy across a range of media. Unlike Worldcon’s Hugo Awards—where voters require a paid membership—or juried prizes such as the Arthur C. Clarke Award, the Dragons

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  • 2017 Dragon Awards Are No Longer Puppy Awards

    2017 Dragon Awards Are No Longer Puppy Awards3

    This weekend saw the second iteration of the Dragon Awards, a cross-media celebration of science fiction and fantasy held by Dragon Con in Atlanta. Decided through a free online poll, the awards purport to represent the tastes of SF/F fandom as a whole. Despite their recent vintage, the Dragon Awards already have a rocky history. Last year, the

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  • Winners Announced for Inaugural Dragon Awards – Or Should that be Puppy Awards?

    Winners Announced for Inaugural Dragon Awards – Or Should that be Puppy Awards?6

    The inaugural Dragon Awards have taken place at DragonCon, with fifteen works of science fiction and fantasy across the fields of literature, comics, film, television, and gaming being honored with fiery-red trophies.

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  • Nominees Revealed for First Dragon Awards

    Nominees Revealed for First Dragon Awards2

    • August 11, 2016

    The fantasy/science fiction convention Dragon Con has revealed the nominees for its inaugural Dragon Awards, celebrating novels, comics, films, television and games from across the varied subgenres of SFF. The Dragon Awards were announced back in April, and since then have suffered from definite teething problems. The eligibility period for nominations underwent a last-minute change; after

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