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The winners of the Bram Stoker Awards 2004

The best horror from last year

By Patrick Sauriol     June 08, 2004
Source: Horror Writers Association


Peter Straub's latest novel is lost boy, lost girl.
© Random House
Last Saturday the Horror Writers Association announced the winners of the 2003 Bram Stoker Awards, the genre's largest association of professionals creating dark fiction. Started in 1987, the Stokers are awarded every year, with the Association's members selecting superior achievement in horror fiction in 12 categories.

The list of this year's winners are as follows:

Best Novel: lost boy lost girl by Peter Straub
Best First Novel: THE RISING by Brian Keene
Best Long Fiction:"Closing Time" by Jack Ketchum
Best Short Fiction:"Duty" by Gary A. Braunbeck
Best Fiction Collection: PEACEABLE KINGDOM by Jack Ketchum
Best Anthology:BORDERLANDS 5 edited by Elizabeth and Thomas Monteleone
Best Nonfiction: THE MOTHERS AND FATHERS ITALIAN ASSOCIATION by Thomas F. Monteleone
Best Illustrated Narrative: THE SANDMAN: ENDLESS NIGHTS (collection) by Neil Gaiman
Best Screenplay: BUBBA HO-TEP by Don Coscarelli
Best Work for Young Readers: HARRY POTTER AND THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIX by J. K Rowling
Best Poetry Collection:PITCHBLENDE by Bruce Boston
Best Alternative Forms:THE GORELETTER (email newsletter) by Michael Arnzen

As well, two Lifetime Achievement Awards were given to anthology editor Martin H. Greenberg and novelist Anne Rice (THE VAMPIRE CHRONICLES).


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