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Aurora Award

Established in 1980, the Aurora Award celebrates the very best Canadian science fiction and fantasy literature. The awards are categorised in both English and French. The award has changed category structures a number of times over the years, this list is concerned with the closest category to "Best Novel".

Best Long Form (1989 - Present)

  • 2013 - The Silvered Tanya Huff
  • 2012 - Wonder Robert J. Sawyer
  • 2011 - Watch Robert J. Sawyer
  • 2010 - Wake Robert J. Sawyer
  • 2009 - Marseguro Edward Willett
  • 2008 - The New Moon's Arms Nalo Hopkinson
  • 2007 - Children of Chaos Dave Duncan
  • 2006 - Cagebird Karin Lowachee
  • 2005 - Wolf Pack Edo van Belkom
  • 2004 - Blind Lake Robert Charles Wilson
  • 2003 - Permanence Karl Schroeder
  • 2002 - In the Company of Others Julie E. Czerneda
  • 2001 - The Snow Queen Eileen Kernaghan
  • 2000 - Flashforward Robert J. Sawyer
  • 1999 - Darwinia Robert Charles Wilson
  • 1998 - Black Wine Candas Jane Dorsey
  • 1997 - Starplex Robert J. Sawyer
  • 1996 - The Terminal Experiment Robert J. Sawyer
  • 1995 - Virtual Light William Gibson
  • 1994 - Nobody's Son Sean Stewart
  • 1993 - Passion Play Sean Stewart
  • 1992 - Golden Fleece Robert J. Sawyer
  • 1991 - Tigana Guy Gavriel Kay
  • 1990 - West of January Dave Duncan
  • 1989 - Mona Lisa Overdrive William Gibson

Awards 1980 - 1988

  • 1988 - Jack the Giant Killer Charles de Lint
  • 1987 - The Wandering Fire Guy Gavriel Kay
  • 1986 - lifetime contributions Judith Merril
  • 1985 - Songs from the Drowned Land Eileen Kernaghan
  • 1984 - Eileen Kernaghan Songs from the Drowned Land
  • 1983 - lifetime contributions Judith Merril
  • 1982 - Judgement of Dragons Phyllis Gotlieb
  • 1981 - lifetime contributions Susan Wood
  • 1980 - lifetime contributions A. E. van Vogt
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