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The Horror Writers Association, the premier organization of writers and publishers of horror and dark fantasy, today announced the 2014 winners of the iconic Bram Stoker Award®.

Named in honor of the author of the seminal horror novel Dracula, the Bram Stoker Awards® are presented annually for superior writing in eleven categories including traditional fiction of various lengths, poetry, screenplays and non-fiction. Previous winners include Stephen King, J.K. Rowling, George R. R. Martin, Joyce Carol Oates and Neil Gaiman. The HWA also presents a Lifetime Achievement Award to living individuals who have made a substantial and enduring contribution to the genre. This year’s Lifetime Achievement recipients are Jack Ketchum and Tanith Lee.

The presentation of the Bram Stoker Awards® occurred during the World Horror Convention in Atlanta, Georgia on the evening of Saturday, May 9, 2015.

Superior Achievement in a Novel

    Blood Kin, Steve Rasnic Tem (Solaris)

 

Superior Achievement in a First Novel

    Mr. Wicker, Maria Alexander (Raw Dog Screaming)

 

Superior Achievement in a YA Novel

     Phoenix Island, John Dixon (Gallery)

 

Superior Achievement in Long Fiction

    “Fishing for Dinosaurs“, Joe R. Lansdale (Limbus, Inc., Book II)

Superior Achievement in Short Fiction (tie)

    “The Vaporization Enthalpy of a Peculiar Pakistani Family“, Usman T. Malik (Qualia Nous)

    “Ruminations“, Rena Mason (Qualia Nous)

Superior Achievement in an Anthology

    Fearful Symmetries, Ellen Datlow, ed. (ChiZine)

 

Superior Achievement in a Collection

    Soft Apocalypses, Lucy Snyder (Raw Dog Screaming)

 

Superior Achievement in Non-Fiction

    Shooting Yourself in the Head For Fun and Profit: A Writer’s Survival Guide, Lucy Snyder (Post Mortem)

Superior Achievement in a Poetry Collection

    Forgiving Judas, Tom Piccirilli (Crossroad)

 Superior Achievement in a Graphic Novel

    Bad Blood, Jonathan Maberry & Tyler Crook (Dark Horse)

 

Superior Achievement in a Screenplay

    The Babadook

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