The Aurora AwardsCanadian Science Fiction & Fantasy Association
Announcements & News
All apologies for the delay from our loyal web minion.
Voting for the Aurora Awards is now open.
Voting will close September 14, 11:59 EDT
Remember, you must be logged in to the website with an active CSFFA membership in order to download the voter’s packages or to vote. The voting page has important instructions on how to fill out the voting form. Please read them before voting, especially if you are a first-time voter, and contact us if you have any questions about how to vote.
If you have not yet logged in, or you need to renew your membership, go to the member login page.
If you have not yet been a member of CSFFA, this year or in the past, you can go to the become a member page to join us. Membership costs $10 for the year and is renewed every year in January.
If you just want to see the public ballot, it is here.
Vote results will be announced at Can-Con October 18 – 20, 2019 in Ottawa (http://can-con.org/) and will be available on the website soon after.
Advance online participation in the CSFFA AGM opens after voting closes and we will send you an email when that is available.
If you have any comments, questions or concerns, please contact us.
Due to loyal web minion illness, voting will open a bit late this year. We’re aiming for the evening of Aug 4. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Apologies for the delay. We did have some technical difficulties but we’re pretty sure they’re all resolved.
Remember that voter package downloads are only available to current CSFFA members who are logged in to the site.
If you experience any difficulties with the voter package downloads, please contact us and let us know so we can fix any problems as soon as possible.
We are please to announce this year’s Aurora Awards ballot.
Click here to visit the public ballot page.
The voters package will be available for CSFFA members to download later this month.
Voting for the awards will begin on August 3, 2019.
Both the voters package and the ballot close at 11:59 pm EDT on September 14, 2019.
The awards ceremony will be held at Can-Con 2019, October 18-20, 2019, in Ottawa, (can-con.org).
If you would like to receive email reminders, you can add yourself to our notification list here.
Nominations are now closed.
The Voter’s packages will be available June 15 and voting will open August 3.
We’ve updated the Hall of Fame section of the website to include details on how the Hall of Fame works, who the current nominees are, and included a web form for CSFFA members to nominate individuals for the CSFFA Hall of Fame.
Reminder: while the Hall of Fame pages are publicly accessible, the submission form to nominate someone to the Hall of Fame requires you to be logged in to the website.
2019 Eligibility is now closed.
Nominations are still open until May 18, 2019.
We were having some difficulties caused by overly long weblinks which impacted some display areas, most notably the nominations drop down lists as well the areas showing what people had nominated.
We’ve updated the site to accommodate this and all of those issues should now be resolved.
Apologies for the confusion this caused and special thanks to the members who emailed us and let us know so we could fix it.
While there was definitely some confusion in what was (and was not) being displayed, any actual selections made by members went through properly. Please do feel free to take a look at your nominations and let us know if anything looks amiss, but we’re pretty confident everything in the back-end was functioning correctly and no one’s nominations were mangled (although in a few cases they did *look* a bit mangled before this was resolved).
If you have any questions about this, or anything else, please contact us and let us know!
Remember: You do need to be logged in to the website with a current active membership in order to nominate.
Welcome to a new award year!
The site has been reset and memberships can now be renewed.
The 2019 eligibility lists (for works published in 2018) are now open.
If you would like a non-voting account (for example if you work for a book publisher and would like to submit works by authors published by your company) please contact us to request an ID and we will create one for you. Non-voting accounts are free and do not require a CSFFA membership, however they can only submit to the eligibility lists, not nominate or vote.