The Ogle Award

Winners for the
2000 Production Year


The Mark Time Award is given each year to honor the
Year's Best Science Fiction Audio Production on the Planet.
The Ogle Award is for Best Fantasy/Horror Audio Production of the Year.


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The American Society for Science Fiction Audio announces the Society's awards for the 2000 production year. The "Mark Time Award" is given to the best science fiction audio production of the year, and the "Ogle Award" for best Horror/Fantasy audio production. (The "Ogle" is named after Charles Ogle, who played the role of Frankenstein's Monster in Thomas Edison's 1910 film version of the classic tale.) Also, the Society occasionally presents its Grand Master Award, for lifetime achievement in SF Audio.

 

The Awards ceremony takes place at CONvergence 2001, a Minnesota Science Fiction Convention sponsored by MISFITS, the Minnesota Society for Interest in Science Fiction and Fantasy. ASFSFA wishes to thank the convention committee of CONvergence for their support of the Mark Time Awards. We would also like to express our appreciation for support from the National Audio Theatre Festivals.


Judges for the 2000 Mark Time and Ogle Awards weree:


Questions & Comments to Jerry Stearns at jerry@greatnorthernaudio.com.
Updated July 6, 2001.