Congratulations to British author Jane Rogers who overnight was crowned the winner of the 2012 Arthur C. Clarke Award for her debut novel The Testament of Jessie Lamb.
This year's award came with a healthy dose of controversy when science fiction luminary Christopher Priest described the shortlist as 'dreadful'. Funnily enough, Priest said that Rodgers's winning novel - which was also longlisted for last year's Man Booker Prize - was the only worthy book to be nominated.
Rodgers claims the prize's cheeky prize money of £2012. Next year's winner will be slightly better off when they take home £2013.