Atonova 2004 took place yesterday in Turun kirjakahvila. At the event, the Atorox award for the best Finnish sf short story published last year, and the Nova short story competition winners were announced.
About 30 persons gathered in Kirjakahvila for the Atonova event.
The coveted Atorox prize.
The Atorox winners were announced by Hanne Martelius (the Atorox organizer for the year) and Maarit Lamminen (acting head of TSFS).
The author of the best Finnish sf short story published in 2003: Anne Leinonen.
Boris Hurtta, a long time contributor to Finnish sf literature, took third place, losing only by one vote to the second place.
Petri Laine (fourth place).
Sari Peltoniemi (fifth place).
Next: the Nova competition
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