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Christopher Priest: Arthur C Clarke award shortlist 'dreadful'

Posted at 5:09PM Thursday 29 Mar 2012

British SF author attacks 'incompetence' of judges and rubbishes five of six nominees before suggesting prize is suspended

Guardian

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