The annual Laivakello Award has been given to Sari Peltoniemi for her versatile children and YA career. The award is administered by the Väinö Riikkilä Society and Pekkas-akatemia. This year’s winner was chosen by critic and literature scholar Päivi Heikkilä-Halttunen.
The Kirjava Kettu Award is given biannually by the Kaarina city library, and the award winner is chosen by local children and YA readers. This year the award goes to Kerjäläisprinsessa by Magdalena Hai (whom you can meet in September at Turconen where she is the Guest of Honor).
As usual, there were a few awards given out at Finncon last weekend in Turku. Here's a rundown of the results. Atorox The Atorox Awa...
Tukkateatteri in Tampere has produced a play of Karel Čapek’s R.U.R. The premiere was on April 21, and the performances continue until May ...
The shortlist for the Tähtivaeltaja Award has been announced . This year no less than four of the five nominees are Finnish — this is a fir...
Cristian Tamas interviews Johanna Sinisalo for the Europa SF portal. (photo by Katja Lösönen)