From Australian sf information
* Robert Goodman, for reviews in ''Aurealis''.
* Lisa L. Hannett, for "The Politics of Retelling NORSE MYTHOLOGY", in ''The Atlantic''. ([https://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2017/02/the-politics-of-retelling-norse-mythology/517422/])
* Nalini Haynes, for 'Building resilience into ‘outsider’ teenagers via young adult literature' at Critical Health and Education Studies 2018 Conference ([https://www.crithealthstud.org/files/CHESS_2018_Abstracts.pdf])
* Nalini Haynes, for 'Drugs, Cyborgs and the Call of the Wild' at Smiths Alternative ([https://phdpeeps.com/drugs-cyborgs-and-the-call-of-the-wild-event-at-smiths-alternative-11-july-2018/])
* Nalini Haynes, for 'Fearsome freaks: how the dominant discourse disenfranchises people with albinism' at the In Sickness and In Health 2018 Conference ([https://isihconference.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/ISIHFinalConferenceProgram.pdf])
* Nalini Haynes, for 'Partially-sighted Cyborgs: debunking myths, exposing the truth' at the 4S2018 conference ([https://convention2.allacademic.com/one/ssss/4s18/index.php?cmd=Online+Program+View+Paper&selected_paper_id=1392185&PHPSESSID=34nr0qplkhp6mia5vspieq47j1])
* Nalini Haynes, for 'The true Aryan does not have albinism' in PhDpeeps ([https://phdpeeps.com/the-true-aryan-does-not-have-albinism/])
* Ian Irvine (Hobson), for "Are You Living Inside a 23rd Century Literary Masterpiece?", in ''Painted Words 2017'' (13th edition).
* George Ivanoff, for reviews, in ''Viewing Clutter''.