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For IMMEDIATE RELEASE, April 25, 2015

PROMETHEUS AWARD FINALISTS ANNOUNCED

The Libertarian Futurist Society has announced its Best Novel finalists for its annual Prometheus Awards. The awards will be presented during Sasquan, the 73rd annual World Science Fiction Convention August 19-23, 2015 in Spokane. The Best Novel finalists (in alphabetical order by author) for this year's Prometheus Award for best pro-freedom novel of 2014:

Ten novels were nominated for this year's Best Novel award. The other 2014 novels nominated for this award: The Break, by Sean Gabb (The Hampden Press); The Little Green Book of Chairman Rahma, by Brian Herbert (TOR Books); Counteract, by Tracy Lawson (Buddapuss Ink); The Stars Came Back, by Rolf Nelson (Castalia House); The Collection: A Registry Novel, by Shannon Stoker (William Morrow/Harper Collins); and Archetype, by M.D. Waters (Plume/Dutton).

The Prometheus Award, sponsored by the Libertarian Futurist Society (LFS), was established in 1979, making it one of the most enduring awards after the Nebula and Hugo awards, and one of the oldest fan-based awards currently in sf. Presented annually since 1982 at the World Science Fiction Convention, the Prometheus Awards include a gold coin and plaque for the winners. For more than three decades, the Prometheus Awards have recognized outstanding works of science fiction and fantasy that stress the importance of liberty as the foundation for civilization, peace, prosperity, progress and justice.

For a full list of past Prometheus Award winners in all categories, visit www.lfs.org. Membership in the Libertarian Futurist Society is open to any science fiction fan interested in how fiction can promote an appreciation of the value of liberty.

For more information, contact LFS Publicity Chair Chris Hibbert (publicity@lfs.org). To submit 2015 novels for consideration and possible nomination by LFS members, contact Best Novel awards coordinator Michael Grossberg (BestNovel@lfs.org or 614-236-5040). To propose works published more than five years ago for the Hall of Fame, contact William H. Stoddard, Hall of Fame finalist judging committee chair (HallOfFame@lfs.org). Our website is http://lfs.org.

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January 2014