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WINNERS: 2007 Bram Stoker Awards

The winners of the Bram Stoker Awards (for superior achievement in horror) have been announced:

  • NOVEL: The Missing by Sarah Langan
  • FIRST NOVEL: Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill
  • LONG FICTION: “Afterward, There Will Be a Hallway” by Gary Braunbeck
  • SHORT FICTION: “The Gentle Brush of Wings” by David Niall Wilson
  • ANTHOLOGY: Five Strokes to Midnight edited by Gary Braunbeck & Hank Schwaeble
  • COLLECTION (Tie): Proverbs for Monsters by Michael A. Arnzen and 5 Stories by Peter Straub
  • NON-FICTION: The Cryptopedia: A Dictionary of the Weird, Strange & Downright Bizarre edited by Jonathan Maberry & David F. Kramer
  • POETRY (Tie): Being Full of Light, Insubstantial by Linda Addison and Vectors: A Week in the Death of a Planet by Charlee Jacob & Marge B. Simon

Congratulations to all the winners!

See also:

List of nominees

Past winners

[via Locus Online]

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2 Comments on WINNERS: 2007 Bram Stoker Awards

  1. It might be worth pointing out that these awards are for horror fiction. Not everyone into sf is into horror.

    Also, short fiction winner, David Niall Wilson’s “The Gentle Brush of Wings” is online.

  2. Hmmm…I would have thought ‘for superior achievement in horror” would have that covered. 😉

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