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Note that this is ''not'' an "official" list; it is almost certain to be incomplete, and may contain ineligible work. Please see the [[Talk:2010 Ditmar eligibility list|discussion page]], or add a question there, if you are uncertain of a work's eligibility. Please try to provide as much information as possible about a given work, but don't worry if you can't provide all the detail in the examples.
 
Note that this is ''not'' an "official" list; it is almost certain to be incomplete, and may contain ineligible work. Please see the [[Talk:2010 Ditmar eligibility list|discussion page]], or add a question there, if you are uncertain of a work's eligibility. Please try to provide as much information as possible about a given work, but don't worry if you can't provide all the detail in the examples.
  
If you are uncertain how to format an entry, you can copy-and-paste text from another entry in the same section, then modify it. If you can't get it right, '''don't panic'''. Other people are certain to fix the entry for you. If you are keen to learn, try the "[[Help:Contents|Help]]" link in the left-hand menu.
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If you are uncertain how to format an entry, you can copy-and-paste text from another entry in the same section, then modify it. If you can't get it right, '''don't panic'''. Other people are certain to fix the entry for you. If you are keen to learn, try the "[[Help:Contents|Help]]" link in the left-hand menu. If you would rather someone else added it for you, email your information to [mailto:ditmars@sf.org.au ditmars@sf.org.au].
 
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''3.4 Novel: A Novel is any work of sf/f/h of more than 40,000 words.''
 
''3.4 Novel: A Novel is any work of sf/f/h of more than 40,000 words.''
  
* ''An Example Novel'', Australian Writer(s), Publisher (Location), 2009. ([http://example.com|Example link to more information])
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* ''An Example Novel'', Australian Writer(s), Publisher (Location), 2009. ([http://example.com Example link to more information])
  
  
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''3.5 Novella or Novelette: A Novella or Novelette is any work of sf/f/h of 7,500 to 40,000 words.''
 
''3.5 Novella or Novelette: A Novella or Novelette is any work of sf/f/h of 7,500 to 40,000 words.''
 
   
 
   
* "An Example Novella or Novelette", Australian Writer, in Containing Publication, Publisher (Location), 2009. ([http://example.com|Example link to more information])
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* "An Example Novella or Novelette", Australian Writer, in Containing Publication, Publisher (Location), 2009. ([http://example.com Example link to more information])
  
  
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''3.6 Short Story: A Short Story is any work of sf/f/h less than 7,500 words.''
 
''3.6 Short Story: A Short Story is any work of sf/f/h less than 7,500 words.''
  
* "An Example Short Story", Australian Writer, in Containing Publication, Publisher (Location), 2009. ([http://example.com|Example link to more information])
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* "An Example Short Story", Australian Writer, in Containing Publication, Publisher (Location), 2009. ([http://example.com Example link to more information])
  
  
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''3.7 Collected Work: A collected work is a sf/f/h collection or anthology, magazine or journal, ezine or webzine which must pay contributors in other than contributor copies and incidentals, or the editor/s of which declare the work to be professional. At least one edition of a collected work must have been issued in the eligible calendar year.''
 
''3.7 Collected Work: A collected work is a sf/f/h collection or anthology, magazine or journal, ezine or webzine which must pay contributors in other than contributor copies and incidentals, or the editor/s of which declare the work to be professional. At least one edition of a collected work must have been issued in the eligible calendar year.''
  
* ''An Example Collected work'', Australian Editor(s), Publisher (Location), 2009. ([http://example.com|Example link to more information])
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* ''An Example Collected work'', Australian Editor(s), Publisher (Location), 2009. ([http://example.com Example link to more information])
  
  
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''3.8 Best Artwork: An artwork is a single work or series of related works of art in any medium other than text.''
 
''3.8 Best Artwork: An artwork is a single work or series of related works of art in any medium other than text.''
  
* ''An Example artwork'', Australian Artist, in Containing Publication, Publisher (Location), 2009. ([http://example.com|Example link to more information])
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* ''An Example artwork'', Australian Artist, in Containing Publication, Publisher (Location), 2009. ([http://example.com Example link to more information])
  
  
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''3.9 Fan Writer and Fan Artist: These awards are made to writers or artists for a work or body of work first published, released, or made available for public viewing in the eligible calendar year. The writer or artist must have received no payment other than contributor copies and other incidentals (coffee mug, t-shirt, poster, etc.)''  
 
''3.9 Fan Writer and Fan Artist: These awards are made to writers or artists for a work or body of work first published, released, or made available for public viewing in the eligible calendar year. The writer or artist must have received no payment other than contributor copies and other incidentals (coffee mug, t-shirt, poster, etc.)''  
  
* An Example Australian Writer, Example work(s), in Containing Publication(s), Publisher(s) (Location(s)), 2009. ([http://example.com|Example link to more information])
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* An Example Australian Writer, Example work(s), in Containing Publication(s), Publisher(s) (Location(s)), 2009. ([http://example.com Example link to more information])
  
  
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''3.9 Fan Writer and Fan Artist: These awards are made to writers or artists for a work or body of work first published, released, or made available for public viewing in the eligible calendar year. The writer or artist must have received no payment other than contributor copies and other incidentals (coffee mug, t-shirt, poster, etc.)''  
 
''3.9 Fan Writer and Fan Artist: These awards are made to writers or artists for a work or body of work first published, released, or made available for public viewing in the eligible calendar year. The writer or artist must have received no payment other than contributor copies and other incidentals (coffee mug, t-shirt, poster, etc.)''  
  
* An Example Australian Artist, Example work(s), in Containing Publication(s), Publisher(s) (Location(s)), 2009. ([http://example.com|Example link to more information])
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* An Example Australian Artist, Example work(s), in Containing Publication(s), Publisher(s) (Location(s)), 2009. ([http://example.com Example link to more information])
  
  
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''3.10 Fan Publication: This award is for work in any medium first published, released, or made available for public viewing in the eligible calendar year. The writer or artist must have received no payment. Eligible works include, but are not limited to, a periodical, journal, fanzine, ezine or webzine.''
 
''3.10 Fan Publication: This award is for work in any medium first published, released, or made available for public viewing in the eligible calendar year. The writer or artist must have received no payment. Eligible works include, but are not limited to, a periodical, journal, fanzine, ezine or webzine.''
 
   
 
   
* ''An Example Australian Fan Publication'', Australian Writer, Artist or Editor, Publisher (Location), 2009. ([http://example.com|Example link to more information])
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* ''An Example Australian Fan Publication'', Australian Writer, Artist or Editor, Publisher (Location), 2009. ([http://example.com Example link to more information])
  
  
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''3.11 Best Achievement: This award recognises an outstanding achievement related to science fiction, fantasy or horror and not eligible in any other category of these awards.''
 
''3.11 Best Achievement: This award recognises an outstanding achievement related to science fiction, fantasy or horror and not eligible in any other category of these awards.''
  
* An Example Australian Achievement, Australian Achiever(s), details of Achievement including location and date if appropriate. ([http://example.com|Example link to more information])
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* An Example Australian Achievement, Australian Achiever(s), details of Achievement including location and date if appropriate. ([http://example.com Example link to more information])
  
  
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''3.13 Best New Talent: The Best New Talent award recognises excellence of achievement in any field of the genre by an individual who has not been nominated for a recognised award three or more years before the year the award is held. Recognised awards include but are not limited to: Australian SF ("Ditmar") Awards, WA SF Achievement Awards (Tin Ducks), Aurealis, Hugo and Nebula Awards. An individual is only eligible for two consecutive years.''  
 
''3.13 Best New Talent: The Best New Talent award recognises excellence of achievement in any field of the genre by an individual who has not been nominated for a recognised award three or more years before the year the award is held. Recognised awards include but are not limited to: Australian SF ("Ditmar") Awards, WA SF Achievement Awards (Tin Ducks), Aurealis, Hugo and Nebula Awards. An individual is only eligible for two consecutive years.''  
  
* An Example Talented Australian, details of Achievement(s). ([http://example.com|Example link to more information])
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* An Example Talented Australian, details of Achievement(s). ([http://example.com Example link to more information])
  
  
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''3.12 The William Atheling Jr Award: The William Atheling Jr Award is for the writing or editing of a work or related work of criticism or review pertaining to the genres of science fiction, fantasy, and horror.''
 
''3.12 The William Atheling Jr Award: The William Atheling Jr Award is for the writing or editing of a work or related work of criticism or review pertaining to the genres of science fiction, fantasy, and horror.''
  
* An Example Australian Writer or Editor, for Work, in Containing Publication, Publisher (Location), 2009. ([http://example.com|Example link to more information])
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* An Example Australian Writer or Editor, for Work, in Containing Publication, Publisher (Location), 2009. ([http://example.com Example link to more information])
  
  
 
[[Category:Ditmar Awards]]
 
[[Category:Ditmar Awards]]

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PLEASE ADD TO THIS LIST.

Note that this is not an "official" list; it is almost certain to be incomplete, and may contain ineligible work. Please see the discussion page, or add a question there, if you are uncertain of a work's eligibility. Please try to provide as much information as possible about a given work, but don't worry if you can't provide all the detail in the examples.

If you are uncertain how to format an entry, you can copy-and-paste text from another entry in the same section, then modify it. If you can't get it right, don't panic. Other people are certain to fix the entry for you. If you are keen to learn, try the "Help" link in the left-hand menu. If you would rather someone else added it for you, email your information to ditmars@sf.org.au.


This article lists works eligible for the Australian SF ("Ditmar") Awards for 2010 in each of the eligible categories. (The list is neither exhaustive nor necessarily accurate. Errors may be corrected and omissions added at any time.)

Introduction

The Ditmar Award is awarded subject to official rules, relevant sections of which are listed in each category below. Note also the following:

3.1 Timeliness: Works are eligible if they were first published or released anywhere in the world in an edition dated in the calendar year immediately preceding the year the award is held, or dated after the opening of nominations for the year immediately preceding the year the award is held if that is earlier than the start of that year (but after the close of that year).

3.2 Australianness: Nominees are eligible if they were Australian citizens or permanent residents in the year their nominated work was released.

3.3 Eligibility of committee members: The awards will be administered by a sub-committee of the Standing Committee of the Business Meeting of the National Australian Science Fiction Convention, and the members of the sub-committee will not be eligible for an award. The Standing Committee shall rule on issues of conflict of interest.

Best Novel

3.4 Novel: A Novel is any work of sf/f/h of more than 40,000 words.


Best Novella or Novelette

3.5 Novella or Novelette: A Novella or Novelette is any work of sf/f/h of 7,500 to 40,000 words.


Best Short Story

3.6 Short Story: A Short Story is any work of sf/f/h less than 7,500 words.


Best Collected Work

3.7 Collected Work: A collected work is a sf/f/h collection or anthology, magazine or journal, ezine or webzine which must pay contributors in other than contributor copies and incidentals, or the editor/s of which declare the work to be professional. At least one edition of a collected work must have been issued in the eligible calendar year.


Best Artwork

3.8 Best Artwork: An artwork is a single work or series of related works of art in any medium other than text.


Best Fan Writer

3.9 Fan Writer and Fan Artist: These awards are made to writers or artists for a work or body of work first published, released, or made available for public viewing in the eligible calendar year. The writer or artist must have received no payment other than contributor copies and other incidentals (coffee mug, t-shirt, poster, etc.)


Best Fan Artist

3.9 Fan Writer and Fan Artist: These awards are made to writers or artists for a work or body of work first published, released, or made available for public viewing in the eligible calendar year. The writer or artist must have received no payment other than contributor copies and other incidentals (coffee mug, t-shirt, poster, etc.)


Best Fan Publication

3.10 Fan Publication: This award is for work in any medium first published, released, or made available for public viewing in the eligible calendar year. The writer or artist must have received no payment. Eligible works include, but are not limited to, a periodical, journal, fanzine, ezine or webzine.


Best Achievement

3.11 Best Achievement: This award recognises an outstanding achievement related to science fiction, fantasy or horror and not eligible in any other category of these awards.

  • An Example Australian Achievement, Australian Achiever(s), details of Achievement including location and date if appropriate. (Example link to more information)


Best New Talent

3.13 Best New Talent: The Best New Talent award recognises excellence of achievement in any field of the genre by an individual who has not been nominated for a recognised award three or more years before the year the award is held. Recognised awards include but are not limited to: Australian SF ("Ditmar") Awards, WA SF Achievement Awards (Tin Ducks), Aurealis, Hugo and Nebula Awards. An individual is only eligible for two consecutive years.


William Atheling Jr Award for Criticism or Review

3.12 The William Atheling Jr Award: The William Atheling Jr Award is for the writing or editing of a work or related work of criticism or review pertaining to the genres of science fiction, fantasy, and horror.