Victory in the Saboteur Awards

Blog / Tom Chivers

In a steamy Shoreditch basement at the end of May, Penned in the Margins emerged with two gongs in the Saboteur Awards. Organised by the digital literature wranglers at Sabotage Reviews, the Saboteur Awards is now in its third year and is designed to reward and celebrate the best of independent publishing. In an exciting […]

In a steamy Shoreditch basement at the end of May, Penned in the Margins emerged with two gongs in the Saboteur Awards.

Organised by the digital literature wranglers at Sabotage Reviews, the Saboteur Awards is now in its third year and is designed to reward and celebrate the best of independent publishing. In an exciting finale to the evening, Luke Kennard’s genre-bending sci-fi story Holophin pipped stable-mate Alan Cunningham’s Count from Zero to One Hundred to win Best Novella, whilst Penned in the Margins grabbed Most Innovative Publisher. Adventures in Form was beaten to Best Poetry Anthology by Catechism: Poems for Pussy Riot (English PEN).

Read the full list of the winners and runners up.

Watch Luke Kennard’s acceptance speech by video-link:

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