Arthur C Clarke award calls on SF fans to help reinvent the prize
With funding from its founder now at an end, the prize is inviting suggestions from readers on how it should move into the future
The prestigious British science fiction prize, the Arthur C Clarke Award, is facing "an immediate and pressing need for change", with official funding from its founder, Clarke himself, now at an end. The prize's administrator Tom Hunter has thrown open the question of what comes next in an open letter to science fiction fans this week, and asking for their views on its future.
Wednesday, 15 December, 2010
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