Yoon Ha Lee’s universally acclaimed Ninefox Gambit has been shortlisted for the 2017 Arthur C Clarke Award.
We’re delighted that Yoon’s superb sci-fi debut has made the shortlist – alongside A Closed and Common Orbit by Becky Chambers, After Atlas by Emma Newman, Occupy Me by Tricia Sullivan, Central Station by Lavie Tidhar and The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead – and we’ve got our fingers firmly crossed for the win.
Of course, this isn’t Ninefox Gambit‘s first award shortlist. It also appears on the Hugo Award shortlist AND the Nebula Award shortlist, which combined with the Clarke Award makes for a wonderful hat-trick.
It’s a huge achievement and we’re utterly thrilled for Yoon.
And as if all this wasn’t exciting enough, Raven Stratagem – the highly anticipated sequel to Ninefox Gambit – is coming in June, and is available for pre-order now. Go Yoon!
Ninefox Gambit has been shortlisted for the Hugo Award.
Yoon Ha Lee’s superb hard sci-fi debut, one of the most talked about genre titles of 2016, has made the shortlist for yet another major award. The other, of course, is the Nebula, which Yoon was shortlisted for a little while ago.
Obviously we’re all delighted for Yoon and for Ninefox Gambit, a book that deserves every plaudit that comes its way.
And in yet more good news, Jonathan Strahan – one of Solaris’ longest running anthologist – was also nominated in this year’s Hugos, this time for best editor.
We can’t wait to hear the results – roll on Helsinki and WorldCon 75 in August!
And of course, don’t forget that Raven Stratagem – the stunning sequel to Ninefox Gambit – is available for pre-order now…
Yoon Ha Lee’s Ninefox Gambit has been shortlisted for one of science fiction’s most revered awards, the Nebula.
already been an award-winning year for Ninefox Gambit. Huge congratulations to Yoon from everybody here at Solaris, here’s hoping you take the Nebula home!
You may have seen that Yoon Ha Lee recently won the 2016 Debut Novel Award for Ninefox Gambit over at Reddit forum /r/Fantasy, and the award has finally arrived. Fair to say, it’s looking pretty sharp…
Pretty cool, right? Thanks to all the good folk of Reddit /r/Fantasy, and congratulations to Yoon on winning what we hope is the first of many awards for Ninefox Gambit.