Best Long Fiction
Morgassa's Folly, Danny Willis and Paul Collins (The Five Mile Press)
Slice of Life, Paul Haines (The Mayne Press)
Best Short Fiction
Gamer's Quest, George Ivanoff (Ford Street Publishing)
The Sudden Storm, Paul Collins (Picture This #2)
Mother of Champions, Sean McMullen (Interzone #222)
The Spiral Briar, Sean McMullen (Fantasy and Science Fiction April/May 2009)
The Art of the Dragon, Sean McMullen (Fantasy and Science Fiction Aug/Sept 2009)
Morgassa's Folly, Danny Willis (The Five Mile Press)
My Extraordinary Life and Death, Grant Gittus (Fort Street Publishing)
Best Fan Writer
Best Fan Artist
Best Fan Publication
Ethel the Aardvark, edited by Murray and Natalie MacLachlan, Sam Rooney (Melbourne Science Fiction Club)
The Halloween Clive Barker Chat, Felicity Dowker (AHWA)
Awards Not Presented
The awards for Best Fan Written Work and Best Fan Artwork are not being presented due to insufficient nominations being received.
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