2011 Australian Shadows Award Winners – News

The Winners and Honourable Mentions for the 2011 Australian Shadows Award have been announced by the Australian Horror Writers Association.

The winners of the 2011 Australian Shadows Awards have been announced:

– No Award.
– Honourable Mention: The Broken Ones by Stephen M Irwin

Long Fiction:
WINNER: ‘The Past is a Bridge Best Left Burnt‘ by Paul Haines
– Honourable Mentions:
* ‘And the Dead Shall Outnumber the Living‘ by Deborah Biancotti
* ‘Sleeping and the Dead‘ by Cat Sparks
* ‘From the Teeth of Strange Children‘ by Lisa L. Hannett

WINNER: “Tales of Sin” and Madness by Brett McBean
– Honourable Mentions:
* Bluegrass Symphony by Lisa
* The Last Days of Kali Yuga by Paul Haines
* Matilda Told Such Dreadful Lies by Lucy Sussex
* Apocrypha Sequence (all four volumes) by Shane Jiraiya Cummings

Edited Publication:
WINNER: Dead Red Heart ed. Russell B Farr
– Honourable Mentions:
* More Scary Kisses ed. Liz Grzyb
* Midnight Echo 6 ed. David Kernot, David Conyers and Jason Fischer
* The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror ed. Liz Grzyb & Talie Helene

Short Stories:
WINNER: ‘Shovel Man Joe‘ by Amanda J Spedding
– Honourable Mentions:
* ‘Taking It for the Team‘ by Tracie McBride,
* ‘The Sea at Night‘ by Joanne Anderton
* ‘The Wanderer in Darkness‘ by Andrew J. McKiernan
* ‘Out Hunting for Teeth‘ by Joanne Anderton

Congratulations to all of the Winners and to the authors and editors who have received an Honourable Mention.

Source: AHWA.


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