Monday, September 20, 2010

2010 British Fantasy Awards

This week-end, in a ceremony held at the FantasyCon 2010, at the Britannia Hotel in Nottingham, the winners of the 2010 British Fantasy Awards have been announced:

Best Novel – the August Derleth Fantasy Award: “One” by Conrad Williams (reviewed here on my blog) (Virgin Books)

Best Novella: “The Language of Dying” by Sarah Pinborough (PS Publishing)

Best Short Fiction: “What Happens When You Wake Up In the Night” by Michael Marshall Smith (Nightjar Press)

Best Anthology: “The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 20” edited by Stephen Jones (Constable & Robinson)

Best Collection: “Love Songs For the Shy and Cynical” by Robert Shearman (Big Finish)

The PS Publishing Best Small Press Award: Telos Publishing, David Howe

Best Comic/Graphic Novel: “Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?” by Neil Gaiman and Andy Kubert (DC Comics/Titan Books)

Best Artist: Vincent Chong for work including covers for “The Witnesses Are Gone” (PS Publishing) and “The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 20” (Constable & Robinson)

Best Non-Fiction: “Ansible” by David Langford

Best Magazine/Periodical: “Murky Dephts” edited and published by Terry Martin

Best Television: “Doctor Who” head writer: Russell T Davies (BBC Wales)

Best Film: “Let the Right One In” directed by Tomas Alfredson (EFTI)

Best Newcomer – the Sydney J. Bounds Award: Kari Sperring for “Living With Ghosts” (DAW)

The British Fantasy Society Special Award – the Karl Edward Wagner Award: Robert Holdstock

Congratulations to all the winners!

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