Peter McNamara Achievement Award

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(This page is for an Award presented at Ditmar Awards ceremonies. For the Peter McNamara Award presented at Aurealis Awards ceremonies, see Peter McNamara Convenors' Award.)

The Peter McNamara Achievement Award, formally The Peter (the 'Mac') McNamara Award [for] Lifetime Achievement and Contribution towards Australian Speculative Fiction, is an award presented in honour of the late Peter NcNamara at the Australian National SF Convention awards ceremony. The award was inaugurated by Robert N. Stephenson, and is made and named for the year in which it is presented.


Award Judge Winner Presented References
2002 (Inaugural) Peter McNamara Paul Collins 2002 at Convergence 2002 [1][2][3]
2003 Tony Shillitoe Stephanie Smith 2003 at Swancon 2003 [4][2][3]
2004 Richard Harland Jack Dann 2004 at Conflux [5][6][2][3]
2005 Van Ikin Jonathan Strahan 2005 at Thylacon 2005 [7][8][2][3]
2006 Janeen Webb Peter Nicholls 2006 at Conjure [3][9][10][11][12][13]
2007 Justin Ackroyd Shaun Tan 2007 at Convergence 2 [14][15]
2008 Diane DeBellis Bruce Gillespie 2008 at Swancon 2008 [16][15]
2009 Ron Serdiuk Sean Williams 2009 at Conjecture [15][17]
2010 Helen Merrick Janeen Webb 2010 at Dudcon III [15][18]
2011 Damien Warman Lucy Sussex 2011 at Swancon Thirty Six | Natcon Fifty [19]
2012 Robin Pen Bill Congreve 2012 at Continuum 8 [20][21]
2013 Ewart Shaw Nick Stathopoulos 2013 at Conflux 9
2014 Julian Warner Garth Nix 2014 at Continuum X
2015 Mariann McNamara and Patrick McNamara Merv Binns 2015 at Swancon 40
2016 Tehani Wessely Rowena Cory Daniells 2016 at Contact2016 [22][23]
2017 Tansy Rayner Roberts Rose Mitchell 2017 at Continuum 13

References

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  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 15.3 McNamara, Mariann (2010). "The Peter McNamara Achievement Award - the 'Mac' - judge for 2009". http://eidolon.iz.org/pipermail/eidolist_eidolon.iz.org/2010-February/000584.html. Retrieved 2012-11-27. 
  16. Gillespie, Bruce (2008). Thanks. http://efanzines.com/SFC/SteamEngineTime/SET08.pdf. Retrieved 2012-11-27. 
  17. "Ditmar Award Winners". 2009. http://www.locusmag.com/News/2009/06/ditmar-award-winners.html. Retrieved 2012-11-27. 
  18. Langford, David (2010). "Ansible 279, October 2010". http://news.ansible.co.uk/a279.html. Retrieved 2012-11-27. 
  19. mittsusaru (2011). "Lucy Sussex wins the "Mac" award". http://sffanz.wordpress.com/2011/04/27/lucy-sussex-wins-the-mac-award/. Retrieved 2012-11=27. 
  20. McNamara, Mariann (2011). "2011 the 'Mac' award judge announced". http://eidolon.iz.org/pipermail/eidolist_eidolon.iz.org/2010-February/000584.html. Retrieved 2012-11-27. 
  21. "Award Winners". 2012. http://continuum.org.au/c8/award-winners/#content/. Retrieved 2012-11-27. 
  22. Cory Daniells, Rowena (2016). "Another Lvely Surprise". http://www.rowena-cory-daniells.com/2016/03/28/another-lovely-surprise/. Retrieved 2016-03-29. 
  23. Wessely, Tehani Croft (2016) https://www.facebook.com/tehani.wessely/posts/10208092444525375. Retrieved 2016-03-29

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