Darrell Awards

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The Darrell Awards are intended to promote literacy in the Mid-South by recognizing the best published Midsouth regional science fiction, fantasy, and horror. The Awards consider a work Midsouth regional if the author lives in the Mid-South or if the work prominently features the Mid-South. The awards are named after Dr. Darrell C. Richardson, founding member of Memphis Science Fiction Association.

The awards were begun in 1996 by the Memphis Science Fiction Association and are now sponsored by the Darrell Awards Jury which selects the winners, which are announced at MidSouthCon.

Year Novel Winner Short Winner Hall of Fame
1996 Gary L. Holleman D.B. Smith
1997 Gary L. Holleman D.B. Smith
1998 Jack McDevitt Stephen Climer
1999 William Gagliani
2000 Gary Holleman David Blalock
2001 Jeff Crook Jeff Crook
2002 Walter Ellis Keith Berdak Kathleen Ann Goonan
2003 Gerard Houarner Howard Waldrop
2004 E.E. Knight Robert D. Brown Dan Henderson
Year Novel Winner Novella Winner Short Winner Hall of Fame
2005 Jack Dann Elizabeth Donald Catherine M. Morrison Michael Reisig
2006 Sherrilyn Kenyon Sara Banks Allan Gilbreath Alan Rodgers
2007 Charlaine Harris Teri Adkins Elizabeth Donald E. E. Knight
2008 Henry Melton Elizabeth Donald Jackie Gamber Eric Flint
2009 Jeri Smith-Ready Teri Adkins Matt Venne Nancy A. Collins
2010 Aaron Christopher Drown Frank Tuttle C.R.S. Bailey Bryan Davis
2011 Frank Tuttle Frank Tuttle Vickie Malone Kennedy Katherine Allred
2012 John Hornor Jacobs Aaron Christopher Drown Victor Lorthos Seanan McGuire (Mira Grant)

In 2003 the Hall of Fame Award was renamed the Dal Coger Memorial Hall of Fame in memory of a long-time member of MSFA who had died in October 2002.

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