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THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE
Number 34, December 25, 1997

Kings of the High Frontier Wins Prometheus Award

By Anders Monsen
amonsen@aol.com

Special to The Libertarian Enterprise


         Victor Koman is the winner of the 1997 Prometheus Award for best Libertarian science fiction novel for his book, Kings of the High Frontier.
         This marks an unprecedented third Prometheus Award for Koman, the previous two being for The Jehovah Contract and Solomon's Knife. What makes this year's award especially notable is that Kings is only available in an electronic format, published by J. Neil Schulman at http://www.pulpless.com.
         Perhaps no other book has gained so much attention and come this far while only available in this fashion. You have but to read the list of endorsements at the publisher's site to know the impact this book has on its readers.
         The winner of this year's Hall of Fame Award was Robert Heinlein for Methuselah's Children. Virginia Heinlein acknowledged the award on her late husband's behalf.


Anders Monsen, editor of Prometheus: Journal of the Libertarian Futurist Society, may be reached at 602 Purple Sage Dr., Round Rock, TX 78681, at amonsen@aol.com, at (521) 388-3423, or at http://www.libertarian.com/LFS


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