And the 2014 Ignotus winners are…

Each year since 1991, AEFCFyT has presented the Ignotus Awards, Spain’s equivalent to the Hugos. The 2014 awards were presented at Spain’s national convention, XXXII Hispacon/MIRcon, on December 7 in Montada i Reixac.

The winners are:

Novel: Memoria de tinieblas (Memories of Darkness) by Eduardo Vaquerizo
Foreign Novel: Embassytown by China Miéville
Foreign Story: “El hombre que puso fin a la Historia: documental” (The Man Who Ended History: A Documentary) by Ken Liu
Novella: “Detective” by Rodolfo Martínez
Short Story: “El aeropuerto del fin del mundo” (The Airport at the End of the World) by Tamara Romero
Anthology: Terra Nova II, edited by Mariano Villarreal and Luis Pestarini
Non-Fiction Book: La 100cia ficción de Rescepto (Rescepto sC_ience Fiction) by Sergio Mars
Article: “La ciencia ficción española” (Spanish Science Fiction), by Mariano Villarreal
Illustration: Cover art for Memoria de tinieblas by Eduardo Vaquerizo
Audiovisual Production: Los VerdHugos (The Hugo Hangmen) podcast by Miquel Codony, Pedro Román, Elías F. Combarro and Joseph María Oriol
Magazine: Scifiworld
Website: Tie. Cuentos para Algernon (Stories for Algernon) by Marcheto (http://cuentosparaalgernon.wordpress.com), and La tercera fundación (The Third Foundation) by the ‘Los Conseguidores’ Association for the Diffusion of Fantastic Literature (http://www.tercerafundacion.net)
Gabriel Award for Lifetime Achievement: Antoni Garcés, artist
Domingo Santos Short Story Award: “La oscura majestad de la Dama Cuervo” (The Dark Majesty of Lady Raven) by Juan Ángel Laguna Edroso