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The Psi Phi Awards are awards that recognize and honor the best pieces of Star Trek literature. There are also categories for best series, scenes, covers and new characters. They began in 2000.

AwardsEdit

Best novelEdit

Best eBookEdit

Best comicEdit

Best short storyEdit

Best work of non-fictionEdit

Best continuing storyEdit

Best coverEdit

Best new novelistEdit

Best seriesEdit

Best sceneEdit

Best new characterEdit

Best editorEdit

Hall of Fame/Best of all timeEdit

Novel Hall of FameEdit

  • 2000: Imzadi by Peter David.
  • 2001: Federation by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens.
  • 2002: A Stitch in Time by Andrew J. Robinson.
  • 2003: Avatar & Unity by S.D Perry and Twilight by David R. George III.
  • 2004: Q-Squared by Peter David.

eBook Hall of FameEdit

Comic book Hall of FameEdit

Nonfiction Hall of FameEdit

Cover Hall of FameEdit

  • 2000: Federation by Keith Birdsong.
  • 2001: Millennium by Studio X..
  • 2002: Avatar by Cliff Nielsen
  • 2003: Unity by Cliff Nielsen.
  • 2004: Dark Mirror by Keith Birdsong.

The OrdoverEdit

  • 2000: John J. Ordover
  • 2001: Marco Palmieri
  • 2002: Declined
  • 2003: Peter David
  • 2004: Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens

InformationEdit

  • Thanks to Steve Mollmann for the information presented here.
  • The nominations for the 2007 Psi Phi Awards are currently being collected. [1]

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