The Mary Kay Bray Award is given for the best essay, interview, or extended review to appear in the SFRA Review in a given year.

 2015 Amy Ransom, review of The Liverpool Companion to World Science Fiction Film" (#312, Spring 2015) 
 2014 Lisa Yaszek, "Narrative, Archive, Database: The Digital Humanities and Science Fiction Scholarship 101," (#303 Winter 2013)
 2013 Chris Pak, "Terraforming 101," (#302, Fall 2012)
 2012 T. S. Miller, "Review of Rise of the Planet of the Apes" (#298, Fall 2011)
 2011 Alfredo Suppia, "Southern Portable Panic: Frederico Álvarez's Ataque de Pánico!" (#292, Spring 2010)
 2010 Ritch Calvin, "Mundane SF 101," (#289, Summer 2009)
 2009 Sandor Klapcsik, review of James Patrick Kelly and John Kessel's Rewired(#284, Spring 2008)
 2008 Jason Ellis, reviews of Robert Heinlein's Starship Troopers (#280, April/May/June 2007) and of Ian McDonald's Brasyl (#281, July/August/September 2007)
 2007 Ed Carmien, review of The Space Opera Renaissance by David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer (#277, July/August/September 2006)
 2006 Thomas J. Morrissey, Review of The Shores of Women by Pamela Sargent (#271, January/February/March 2005)
 2005
 2004 Bruce A. Beatie, Review of L. Frank Baum, Creator of Oz by Katharine M. Rogers (#268, April/May/June 2004)
 2003 Farah Mendlesohn, review of Kim Stanley Robinson's The Years of Rice and Salt(#257, March/April 2002)
 2002 Karen Hellekson, "Transforming the Subject: Humanity, The Body, and Posthumanism" (#251, March/April 2001)


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