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In Providence summed up another Award for Bram Stoker

Bram Stoker Awards – a prestigious American award, which since 1987 by the Association of authors of horror (Horror Writers Association). Coveted statuette get the best artworks in “dark” genres: mystery, horror, Thriller. Among the winners of different years many stars of the first magnitude, so that despite the various scandals, this premium remains fairly authoritative. At least the winners and nominees is worth a look.

Recently in the capital of Rhode island, Providence, summed up the following season and marked the best works for 2017. Russian readers traditionally known far not all: up to the edges of foreign horror gets late and in the wrong amount, which I would like to see it. However, no acquaintances, no cost. For example, you can be happy for Joe hill, to grab the prize for the best author’s collection (it surely ought to translate), or Jordan, Saw that in addition to “Oscar” profiteer and Award Bram Stoker. But Stephen king for a couple with a son Owen lost the battle for the statuette in the category “Best novel” Christopher Golden.

So, we offer all the winners and nominees for the Bram Stoker Awards 2017.

Novel

  • Christopher Golden “Ararat”
  • Stephen King, Owen King “Sleeping Beauties”
  • Josh Malerman “Black Mad Wheel”
  • S. P. Miskovski “I Wish I Was Like You”
  • Steve Resnick Is The “Ubo”

Debut novel

  • Robert Payne Cabin “Cold Cuts”
  • Andy Davidson “In the Valley of the Sun”
  • Matt Hayward “What Do Monsters Fear?”
  • Jeremy Hepler “The Boulevard Monster”
  • Scott Thomas “Kill Creek”

Teen novel

  • Kim Liggett “The Last Harvest”
  • Gillian French, “The Door to December”
  • Tom Levin “Hellworld”
  • Amy Lukevics “The Ravenous”
  • Sarah Porter “When I Cast Your Shadow”

The story

  • Stephen Graham Jones “Mapping the Interior”
  • Scott Edelman “Faking it Until Forever Comes”
  • Caitlin Kiernan “Agents of Dreamland”
  • Lucy Taylor “Sweetlings”
  • Tim Waggoner “A Kiss of Thorns”

The story

  • Lisa Manetti “Apocalypse Then”
  • Michael Bailey “I Will Be the Reflection Until the End”
  • James chambers “A Song Left Behind in the Aztakea Hills”
  • Annie Neugebauer “So Sings the Siren”
  • Mercedes M. Yardley “Loving You Darkly”

A collection of the author

  • Joe Hill “Strange Weather”
  • Gwendolyn Cyst “And Her Smile Will Untether the Universe”
  • Josh Malerman “Goblin: A Novel in Six Novellas”
  • Tirza Matsuura, “The Carp-Faced Boy and Other Tales”
  • Patrick McGrath’s “Writing Madness”

Anthology

  • Doug Murano “Behold! Oddities, curiosities paid and Undefinable Wonders”
  • Kinitra Brooks, Linda Addison, Susana Morris “Sycorax”s Daughters”
  • Ellen Datlow “Black Feathers: Avian Tales Of Dark”
  • Jonathan Mayberry, George Romero’s “Nights of the Living Dead”
  • Alessandro Manzetti, Jodi renée Lester “The Beauty of Death II: Death by Water”

Journalism

  • Grady Hendrix “Paperbacks from Hell: The Twisted History of ’70s and ’80s Horror Fiction”
  • Michelle Brittany “Horror in Space: Critical Essays on a Film Subgenre”
  • Kinitra Brooks “Searching for Sycorax: Black Women’s Contemporary Hauntings of Horror”
  • Stephen Jones “The Art of Horror Movies: An Illustrated History”
  • Joe Meinhardt, Eugene Johnson, “Where Nightmares Come From: The Art of Storytelling in the Horror Genre”

Graphic novel

  • Damian Duffy, Octavia Butler’s “Kindred: A Graphic Novel Adaptation”
  • Mike Carey, Arvind Ethan David “Darkness Visible”
  • Emil Ferris “My Favorite Thing is Monsters”
  • Jonathan Hickman “The Black Monday Murders”
  • Marjori M. Liu “Monstress. Volume 2: The Blood”

Poetry collection

  • Christina sing “A Collection of Nightmares”
  • Robert Frazier, Bruce Boston, “Visions of the Mutant Rain Forest”
  • Alessandro Manzetti “No Mercy”
  • Marge Simon, Mary Turzillo “Satan’s Sweethearts”
  • Stephanie M. Wytovich “Sheet Music to My Acoustic Nightmare”

The script

  • “Off”
  • “Form of water”
  • “Very strange things” (episode 02.01)
  • “Twin Peaks” (episode 8)
  • “It”
  • “Split”

Presidential award

  • Greg Chapman

Silver hammer

  • Kenneth W. Cain

Mentor of the year

  • Angel Lee McCoy

Merit to the genre

  • Linda Addison

Best small publisher

  • Eraserhead Press
  • Independent Games Publishing

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