The John W. Campbell Best New Writer Award Eligible Author Web Site has moved to: Writertopia The pages you find here are the archives of eligible authors from 1997 to 2004 This site is no longer updated
The John W. Campbell Best New Writer Award Eligible Author Web Site has two purposes: to give Science Fiction and Fantasy fans who are interested in voting for the Campbell award the information they need to choose their candidate for best new writer, and to provide a site for new writers to showcase themselves.
ARCHIVES - THESE AUTHORS ARE NO LONGER ELIGIBLE: 1997 DEBUT AUTHORS | 1998 DEBUT AUTHORS | 1999 DEBUT AUTHORS | 2000 DEBUT AUTHORS | 2001 DEBUT AUTHORS | 2002 DEBUT AUTHORS
About the Campbell Past Winners Comments from Past Nominees The Eligible Authors Voting: Eligibility and Procedure Get Your Name Listed! E-Mail the Site Manager Other Links
Attending members of the 2004 Worldcon in Boston and attending or supporting members of the 2005 Worldcon in Glasgow (Interaction) who are members by January 31, 2005, may nominate for works for the Hugo awards and authors for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer.
This web site is an unofficial effort to provide a public service. It is in no way connected to Worldcon, the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer qualifying committee or Dell Magazines. Every effort has been made to assure the accuracy of the information presented. Comments or corrections should be brought to the attention of the site manager.
This site is maintained by James Van Pelt
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The following individuals have helped with this effort by providing support, suggestions, HTML advice, market information, and/or history of the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer: Charles Brown of Locus Magazine, Jonathan Vos Post of The Ultimate Science Fiction Web Guide, Brian Hiebert and Craig Jones of the Western Colorado Writers' Workshop, Roger Silverstein, and Jack Beslanwitch of For Writers Only. Multiple thanks to the editors and publishers who have provided contact information or contacted eligible authors, particularly Gardner Dozois, Gordon Van Gelder, Stan Schmidt and Shawna McCarthy. A special thanks to SFF.NET for providing the space for this project.