Helicon Award 2022!

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Happy New Year! I learned today I am a recipient of this year’s Helicon Award—specifically, the Frank Herbert Lifetime Achievement Award! I am excited!

2022 Helicon Award Badge

The Helicon Awards are new to me, but I have learned that they are announced each year by the Helicon Society, “a collective of SF/F authors and other creators who subscribe to the Superversive approach to creating SF/F media and look to promote good quality sci-fi/fantasy…” It is something of an under-the-radar group, with no official public structure; the judges and membership are anonymous. Okay, I know one of them, Richard Paolinelli, a founding member. But the others are unknown to me. Whoever they are, I am immensely gratified that they have found my work worthy of a lifetime achievement award! Thank you.

Here are the past winners of Helicon’s Frank Herbert Lifetime Achievement Award:

  • 2019 – Jack McDevitt
  • 2020 – Anne McCaffrey
  • 2021 – David Weber
  • 2022 – moi

I am delighted to join their ranks.

See the recipients in other categories here. Congratulations to all of them!

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6 Responses

  1. Frances B Giuffre
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    Congratulations on winning the Helicon award, Jeff! You deserve it for the originality and appreciation for love and friendship in all your books. You are a standout in the field.

    • jeffreyacarver
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      Fran, I’ve somehow lost your email address. If you see this, could you send me an email, please? Thanks. Jeff

  2. Richard Bowker
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    Wow. Congratulations! That’s very impressive, Jeff.

  3. Karen Weatherbee
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    Cool – congratulations!

  4. Jeffrey A. Carver
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    Thanks, everyone. I appreciate it.

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