We're a few days late to note it—blame the Space Squirrels, or maybe the Amsterdam air—but the Libertarian Futurist Society announced the winners of its annual Prometheus Awards last Friday. Best Novel went to Ken MacLeod, for Learning the World. Alan Moore and David Lloyd won the Hall of Fame Award, given to classic fiction, for their graphic novel V for Vendetta. And a special prize went to Joss Whedon's film Serenity.
Reason links: I interviewed MacLeod back in Y2K. Damon Dimmick contrasted the film version of V for Vendetta with the original comic. And Julian Sanchez reviewed Serenity last September—a piece I still haven't read, thanks to that spoiler warning at the top.