Sir Julius Vogel Award - Professional Award Winners Since 2002

Professional Award Winners Since 2002

2002
  • Best novel: First Hunter by Dale Elvy
  • Best short story: "The Good Earth" by Peter Friend
  • Dramatic presentation - long form: The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
  • Best new talent: Dale Elvy
  • Services to science fiction and fantasy: Peter Jackson, Fran Walsh, and Phillipa Boyens
2003
  • Best novel: Beast Master’s Ark by Andre Norton and Lyn McConchie
  • Best art work: John Baster, Mary Maclachlan
  • Services to science fiction and fantasy: Weta Workshop, Weta Digital
2004
  • Best novel: Dark Shinto by Dale Elvy
  • Best short story (tie): "A Plea for Help" by Kevin G Maclean and "The Alchemist" by Peter Friend
  • Best new talent: Glynne Maclean
  • Special achievement award: Peter Jackson and the team responsible for the Lord of the Rings film trilogy
2005
  • Best novel: Beastmaster’s Circus by Lyn McConchie and Andre Norton
  • Best short story: "When Dragons Dream” by Kevin G Maclean
  • Services to science fiction and fantasy: Ken Catran
2006
  • Best novel: The Duke's Ballad by Andre Norton and Lyn McConchie
  • Best short story: "The Real Deal” by Peter Friend
  • Services to science fiction and fantasy: Margaret Mahy
2007
  • Best novel: The Assassin of Gleam by James Norcliffe
  • Best short story: "Western Front, 1914” by Peter Friend
  • Best dramatic presentation - long form: Maddigan's Quest
  • Best new talent: Douglas A. Van Belle
2008
  • Best novel - adult: Path of Revenge by Russell Kirkpatrick
  • Best novel - young adult (tie): The Sea-wreck Stranger by Anna Mackenzie and Cybele's Secret by Juliet Marillier
  • Best short story (tie): "Fendraaken" by Kevin G. Maclean and "Mist and Murder" by Lucy Sussex
  • Best novella/novelette: Beat of Temptation by Nalini Singh
  • Best anthology: Doorways for the Dispossessed by Paul Haines
  • Best dramatic presentation - long form: Black Sheep
  • Best dramatic presentation - short form: "Buy Kiwi Made" advertising campaign
  • Best new talent: Tracie McBride
  • Services to science fiction and fantasy: Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine Publishing Co-operative
2009
  • Best novel - adult: Dark Heart by Russell Kirkpatrick
  • Best novel - young adult: Thornspell by Helen Lowe
  • Best short story: "Under Waves and Over" by Grant Stone
  • Best novella/novelette: "Stroke of Enticement" by Nalini Singh
  • Best collected work: "The Invisible Road" by Elizabeth Knox
  • Best dramatic presentation - short form: "Skankenstein" (music video)
  • Best new talent: Helen Lowe
  • Best professional publication: "Deputy Dan and The Mysterious Midnight Marauder" by Sally McLennan and Joel Liochon
  • Best professional artwork: Emma Weakley, for cover artwork of "Newtons Sleep"
2010
  • Best novel - adult: Beyond The Wall Of Time by Russell Kirkpatrick
  • Best novel - young adult: Brainjack by Brian Falkner
  • Best short story (tie): "Corrigan's Exchange" by Ripley Patton and "The Living Dead Boy" by Grant Stone
  • Best novella/novelette: "Wives" by Paul Haines
  • Best collected work: "Voyagers: Science Fiction Poetry From New Zealand" by Mark Pirie and Tim Jones (editors)
  • Best dramatic presentation - long form: "Under the Mountain" (dir. Jonathan King)
  • Best new talent: Simon Petrie
  • Best professional production/publication: "Semaphore Magazine" by Marie Hodgkinson
  • Best professional artwork: "The Test" by Serena Kearns
  • Services to science fiction and fantasy: Phillip Mann
2011
  • Best novel - adult (tie): The Heir Of Night by Helen Lowe and The Questing Road by Lyn McConchie
  • Best novel - young adult: Summer Of Dreaming by Lyn McConchie
  • Best novella/novelette: "A Tale Of The Interferers - Hunger For Forbidden Flesh" by Paul Haines
  • Best short story: High Tide At Hot Water Beach by Paul Haines
  • Best collected work: "A Foreign Country - New Zealand Speculative Fiction" by Anna Caro and Juliet Buchanan (editors)
  • Best artwork: Tymon's Flight cover by Frank Victoria
  • Best dramatic presentation (tie): "This Is Not My Life" - Pilot Episode (Executive Producers: Gavin Strawhan, Rachel Lang, Steven O'Meagher, Tim White. Producer: Tim Sanders. Directors: Robert Sarkies, Peter Salmon. Associate Producer: Polly Fryer) and "Kaitangata Twitch" - Pilot Episode by Yvonne Mackay
  • Best new talent: Karen Healey
  • Best production/publication: "White Cloud Worlds Anthology" by Paul Tobin (editor)
  • Services to science fiction, fantasy and horror: Simon Litten
2012
  • Best novel - adult: Samiha's Song by Mary Victoria
  • Best novel - young adult: Battle of the Birds by Lee Murray
  • Best novella/novelette: "Steam Girl" by Dylan Horrocks
  • Best short story: Frankie and the Netball Clone by Alicia Ponder
  • Best collected work: "Tales for Canterbury" by Cassie Hart and Anna Caro (editors)
  • Best artwork: Oracle's Fire cover by Frank Victoria
  • Best dramatic presentation: "The Almighty Johnsons" (Producer: Simon Bennett. Writers: Rachel Lang and James Griffin)
  • Best new talent: K. D. Berry
  • Services to science fiction, fantasy and horror: Ripley Patton

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