You may nominate up to five works or persons per category, with each nomination weighed equally. The online nomination ballot may be amended at any time until the deadline, 10 March 2015. To nominate, go here:

For the full rules, see:

Best Novel. A science fiction or fantasy story of forty thousand (40,000) words or more.

- Datura, Leena Krohn (trans. by J. Robert Tupasela & Anna Volmari)

- The Rabbit Back Literature Society, Pasi Ilmari Jääskeläinen (trans. by Lola Rogers)

Best Novella. A science fiction or fantasy story of between seventeen thousand five hundred (17,500) and forty thousand (40,000) words.

Best Novelette. A science fiction or fantasy story of between seven thousand five hundred (7,500) and seventeen thousand five hundred (1 7,500) words.

Best Short Story. A science fiction or fantasy story of less than seven thousand five hundred (7,500) words.

- "The Border Incident", Tuomas Kilpi (It Came from the North)

- "White Threads", Anne Leinonen (It Came from the North, trans. by Liisa Rantalaiho)

- "Bird in a Cage", Leena Likitalo (Abyss & Apex)

- "Ospreys", Tiina Raevaara (It Came from the North, trans. by David Hackston)

- "Tyche and the Ants", Hannu Rajaniemi (The Year's Best Science Fiction: Thirtieth Annual Collection and The Mammoth Book of Best New SF 26; extended eligibility as prior publication in Edge of Infinity was not in USA)

- "The Explorer", Jyrki Vainonen (The Explorer & Other Stories)

- "Blueberries", Jyrki Vainonen (The Explorer & Other Stories)

- "The Aquarium", Jyrki Vainonen (The Explorer & Other Stories)

- "The Library", Jyrki Vainonen (The Explorer & Other Stories)

- "The Refrigerator", Jyrki Vainonen (The Explorer & Other Stories)

Best Related Work. Any work related to the field of science fiction, fantasy, or fandom, appearing for the first time during the previous calendar year or which has been substantially modified during the previous calendar year, and which is either non-fiction or, if fictional, is noteworthy primarily for aspects other than the fictional text, and which is not eligible in any other category.

- Girls Transforming: Invisibility and Age-shifting in Children's Fantasy Fiction Since the 1970s, Sanna Lehtonen

- Myrskyn sankarit, Mike Pohjola

- Wonderbook, Jeff VanderMeer

- Angry Birds Star Wars 2

Best Graphic Story. Any science fiction or fantasy story told in graphic form appearing for the first time in the previous calendar year.

- Perkeros, J-P Ahonen

Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form. Any theatrical feature or other production, with a complete running time of more than 90 minutes, in any medium of dramatized science fiction, fantasy or related subjects that has been publicly presented for the first time in its present dramatic form during the previous calendar year.

Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form. Any television program or other production, with a complete running time of 90 minutes or less, in any medium of dramatized science fiction, fantasy or related subjects that has been publicly presented for the first time in its present dramatic form during the previous calendar year.

- Kim jest Arvid Pekon, Patrik Eriksson

Best Editor Short Form. The editor of at least four (4) anthologies, collections or magazine issues (or their equivalent in other media) primarily devoted to science fiction and/or fantasy, at least one of which was published in the previous calendar year.

- Ann VanderMeer

- Toni Jerrman

Best Editor Long Form. The editor of at least four (4) novel-length works primarily devoted to science fiction and/or fantasy published in the previous calendar year that do not qualify as works under 3.3.9.

Best Professional Artist. An illustrator whose work has appeared in a professional publication in the field of science fiction or fantasy during the previous calendar year.

- Ninni Aalto

- Tuomas Korpi

- Kari Leppänen

- Sami Saramäki

Best Semiprozine. Any generally available non-professional periodical publication devoted to science fiction or fantasy, or related subjects which by the close of the previous calendar year has published four (4) or more issues (or the equivalent in other media), at least one (1) of which appeared in the previous calendar year, which does not qualify as a fancast, and which in the previous calendar year met at least one (1) of the following criteria:

(1) paid its contributors and/or staff in other than copies of the publication,

(2) was generally available only for paid purchase,

- Tähtivaeltaja

- Portti

Best Fanzine. Any generally available non-professional periodical publication devoted to science fiction, fantasy, or related subjects that by the close of the previous calendar year has published four (4) or more issues (or the equivalent in other media), at least one (1) of which appeared in the previous calendar year, that does not qualify as a semiprozine or a fancast, and that in the previous calendar year met neither of the following criteria:

(1) paid its contributors or staff monetarily in other than copies of the publication,

(2) was generally available only for paid purchase.

Best Fancast. Any generally available non-professional audio or video periodical devoted to science fiction, fantasy, or related subjects that by the close of the previous calendar year has released four (4) or more episodes, at least one (1) of which appeared in the previous calendar year, and that does not qualify as a dramatic presentation.

- Small Blue Planet

- Helsinki in 2015 YouTube videos

Best Fan Writer. Any person whose writing has appeared in semiprozines or fanzines or in generally available electronic media during the previous calendar year.

- Tanya Tynjälä

Best Fan Artist. An artist or cartoonist whose work has appeared through publication in semiprozines or fanzines or through other public display during the previous calendar year.

- Ninni Aalto

- Olli Hihnala

- Kimmo Isokoski

- Kivi Larmola

- Vesa Lehtimäki

The John W. Campbell Award

An award for the best new science fiction writer, sponsored by Dell Magazines (not a Hugo Award). A new writer is one whose first work of science fiction or fantasy appeared in 2013 or 2014 in a professional publication. For Campbell Award purposes, a professional publication is one for which more than a nominal amount was paid, any publication that had an average press run of at least 10,000 copies, or any other that the Award sponsors may designate.