British Fantasy Award Nominees Announced

Nominations for the British Fantasy Awards were announced earlier this week. The nominees were chosen by a combination of membership votes from the British Fantasy Society and juried members of the selection committee. Winners will be selected by jury and announced on Oct. 25 at FantasyCon in Nottingham, England.

This is an interesting list, there are some strange selections (cough, Station Eleven, cough). And I admit, I’m not familiar with most of these, I assume because they were not readily available in the states? Regardless, congratulations to all the Nominees!


city of stairs ukBest fantasy novel (The Robert Holdstock Award)

giftsBest horror novel (The August Derleth Award)

spectral bookBest novella

Best short story

women destroyBest anthology

GIftsFor the One Who Comes AfterBest collection

you are the hero

Best non-fiction

grandview noelBest comic/graphic novel

guardiansBest film/television episode

Mappa Monday1Best magazine/periodical

porcelainBest newcomer (The Sydney J. Bounds Award)

relicBest independent press

Best artist

About Michael Senft

I am a freelance writer and critic from Phoenix Arizona. I spent 10 years covering music, the arts and pop culture for the “Arizona Republic” before life circumstances took me away from newspaper. But I never lost my joy at writing. Or reading.
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4 Responses to British Fantasy Award Nominees Announced

  1. Tammy says:

    Um yeah, Station Eleven nominated for best HORROR novel??? *scratches head*

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