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WINNERS: 2011 British Fantasy Awards

The winners of the 2011 British Fantasy Awards have been announced:

  • BEST NOVEL (AUGUST DERLETH FANTASY AWARD): Demon Dance by Sam Stone (The House of Murky Depths)
  • BEST NOVELLA: “Humpty’s Bones” by Simon Clark (Telos)
  • BEST SHORT STORY: “Fool’s Gold” by Sam Stone (The Bitten Word edited by Ian Whates/ NewCon Press)
  • BEST COLLECTION: Full Dark, No Stars by Stephen King (Hodder & Stoughton)
  • BEST ANTHOLOGY: Back from the Dead: The Legacy of the Pan Book of Horror Stories edited by Johnny Mains (Noose & Gibbet)
  • BEST NON-FICTION: Altered Visions: The Art of Vincent Chong (Telos)
  • BEST ARTIST: Vincent Chong
  • BEST SMALL PRESS: Telos Publishing
  • BEST MAGAZINE/PERIODICAL: Black Static (Andy Cox (ed.)/TTA Press)
  • BEST COMIC/GRAPHIC NOVEL: At the Mountains of Madness by Ian Culbard (Self Made Hero)
  • BEST FILM: Inception (Christopher Nolan/Syncopy Films)
  • BEST TELEVISION: Sherlock (Steven Moffat/BBC)
  • SYDNEY J. BOUNDS AWARD FOR BEST NEWCOMER: Robert Jackson Bennett, for Mr. Shivers (Orbit Books)
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2 Comments on WINNERS: 2011 British Fantasy Awards

  1. Bummer. The two winners I looked up on Amazon are not available 🙁

  2. Well done Telos (British Fantasy Society Chairman David Howe) and Sam Stone (his wife) looks like you got nearly half the awards. No controversy this year then…

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