Steamcon III Airship Awards

Steamcon III presented their annual Airship Awards on October 14th in a ceremony complete with a banquet, music and a presentation of the nominees and their works.

 

This year, nominations could be submitted through the Steamcon website by anyone with an internet connection, and then the pre-registered attendees of Steamcon III voted for their choice in each category.

 

The five categories, winners and other nominees for the 2011 Airship Awards, as already publicized via Steamcon twitter @Steamcon, are:

 

Written: Any written piece of work, including but not limited to: novels, short stories, blogs, screen plays, etc.

The winner is:

The other nominees were:

 

Visual: Any visual piece of work, including but not limited to: 2D art, 3D art, digital art, fashion design, website design, making/modding, short film (by an individual)

The winner is:

The other nominees were:

 

Aural: Any aural piece of work, including but not limited to: Bands, songs, musicians, music videos, etc.

The winner is:

The other nominees were:

 

Community Contributor: An individual who is outspoken and supportive in the steampunk community, including but not limited to: Blogger, event organizer, convention runner, scholar, speaker etc.

The winner is:

The other nominees were:

 

Potpourri: Anything not yet covered, including but not limited to: Game design/designer, acting troupes, short film (by a group), movie, television, etc.

The winner is:

The other nominees were:

 

Congratulations to everyone!

Start thinking about your nominations for next year’s Steamcon Airship Awards!

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  2. [...] The results are now available over at the Airship Ambassador blog. New Zealand author and SpecFicNZ member Pip Ballantine with collaborator/husband Tee Morris won the “Written” award for Phoenix Rising: A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel. [...]

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