Monday, November 11, 2013

2012 Nocte Awards

On Friday, in ceremony held at The National Museum of Romanticism in Madrid, the winners of the 2012 Nocte Awards, the awards of the Spanish Horror Writers Association (Asociación Española de Autores de Narrativa de Terror), have been announced. (you can find the complete list of nominees here)

Best novel: “Lucifer Circus” (Lucifer Circus) by Pilar Pedraza (Valdemar)

Best national short story: “La bici amarilla” (The Yellow Bike) by Fernando Cámara (“La ciudad vestida de negro”/“The City Dressed in Black” – Drakul)

Best collection: “Vosotros justificáis mi existencia” (You Justify My Existence) by Nurìa C. Botey (Saco de Huesos)

Best foreign book: “El Diablo me obligó” (The Devil Forced Me) by F.G. Haghenbeck (Salto de Página)

Best foreign short story: “Una edad difícil” (An Awkward Age) by Anna Starobinets (“Una edad difícil”/“An Awkward Age” – Nevsky Prospects)

Congratulations to all the winners!

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