Les prix en 2017

It’s award season here, and it’s award season in France, too! Romain Lucazeau wins best novel for Latium.

Prix Elbakin :
Pierre Bordage : La désolation ( Bragelonne)

Prix Futuriales :
Stéphane Przybilsky : Le château des Millions d’années (Le Bélial)

Prix Imaginales :
Roman
Anthelme Hauchecorne : Journal d’un marchand de rêves (Atelier Mosésu)
Nouvelle :
Jean Claude Dunyach : le clin d’œil du héron (l’Atalante)

Prix Rosny Aîné :
Roman :
François Rouiller : Métaquine (L’Atalante)
Nouvelle :
Estelle Faye : Les anges tièdes (in Tremplin pour l’Utopie / les Moutons Electriques)

Grand Prix de l’imaginaire
Roman :
Romain Lucazeau : Latium ( Denoel / Lunes d’encre)
Nouvelles
Paul Martin Gal : La cité des Lamentations ( Recueil / Nestiveqnen)

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