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Tuesday, June 9, 2009

British Fantasy Award Nominees 2009

British Fantasy Awards

The British Fantasy Society Has announced the shortlist of the British Fantasy Awards. Naturally, the short fiction is the most important category. The rules only mention the upper length limit (10000 words) so presumably flash fiction is permitted. The short fiction nominees include:

  • All Mouth (Paul Meloy) Black Static 6, Ed. Andy Cox - TTA Press
  • Do You See (Sarah Pinborough) Myth-Understandings, Ed. Ian Whates – Newcon Press
  • N (Stephen King) Just After Sunset - Hodder & Stoughton
  • Pinholes in Black Muslin (Simon Strantzas) The Second Humdrumming Book of Horror, Ed. Ian Alexander Martin - Humdrumming
  • The Caul Bearer (Allyson Bird) Bull Running For Girls – Screaming Dreams
  • The Tobacconist’s Concession (John Travis) The Second Humdrumming Book of Horror, Ed. Ian Alexander Martin - Humdrumming
  • The Vague (Paul Meloy) Islington Crocodiles, TTA Press
  • Winter Journey (Joel Lane) Black Static 5, Ed. Andy Cox - TTA Press

The nominees for the long-winded folks (novelists), include:

  • Memoirs of a Master Forger (William Heaney/Graham Joyce) Gollancz
  • Midnight Man (Simon Clark) Severn House
  • Rain Dogs (Gary McMahon) Humdrumming
  • The Graveyard Book (Neil Gaiman) Bloomsbury
  • The Victoria Vanishes (Christopher Fowler) Little Brown
  • Thieving Fear (Ramsey Campbell) PS Publishing

Other categories include Best Anthology, PS Publishing Small Press Award, Best Collection, Best Novella, Best Comic/Graphic Novel, Best Artist, Best Non-Fiction, Best Magazine, Best Television, and Best Film...all found here.

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