2017 Stabby Awards

Stabby Award

Reddit’s r/Fantasy group has chosen the winners of the 2017 Stabby Awards.

BEST NOVEL OF 2017

WINNER: Red Sister by Mark Lawrence

BEST SELF-PUBLISHED / INDEPENDENT NOVEL OF 2017

WINNER: Sufficiently Advanced Magic by Andrew Rowe

BEST DEBUT NOVEL OF 2017

WINNER: Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames

BEST ACTIVE r/FANTASY PROFESSIONAL

WINNER: Author Mark Lawrence

BEST ANTHOLOGY / COLLECTION / PERIODICAL OF 2017

WINNER: Evil is a Matter of Perspective edited by Adrian Collins

BEST TV SERIES / MOVIE OF 2017

WINNER: Stranger Things Season 2

BEST SHORT FICTION OF 2017

WINNER: The Mad Lancers by Brian McClellan

BEST FANTASY SITE OF 2017

WINNER: The Weatherwax Report

BEST GAME (ANY FORMAT) OF 2017

WINNER: Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild

BEST RELATED WORK OF 2017

WINNER: Michael Kramer and Kate Reading Narration of Oathbringer

BEST ARTWORK RELEASED IN 2017

WINNER: The Endpapers Character Portraits (Oathbringer) by Dan Dos Santos and Howard Lyon

BEST SERIALIZED FICTION OF 2017

WINNER: Twig by Wildbow

r/FANTASY BEST COMMUNITY MEMBER OF 2017

WINNER: /u/esmerelda-weatherwax

BEST POST OR COMMENT ON r/FANTASY IN 2017

WINNER: /u/Esmeralda-Weatherwax Death Will have to wait — I ATENT DEAD

BEST r/FANTASY ORIGINAL REVIEW

WINNER: /u/HiuGregg’s NSFW review of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stane

The r/Fantasy mods also recognized “individuals who contributed to the community in 2017 and who simply stood out as excellent members”:

2017 r/FANTASY MOD CHOICE AWARDS

  • /u/CoffeeArchives – For running one of our r/Fantasy book clubs, helping with the read along, constantly putting out book reviews, and being awesome at every turn
  • /u/JosiahBancroft – For contributing as an author and community member with class, humility, and stepping into a leadership role as a contributing writer

 

2 thoughts on “2017 Stabby Awards

  1. Congrats to the winners and runners-up, especially Evil Is a Matter of Perspective! And those endpapers by Dan Dos Santos from Oathbringer and the Age of Swords cover by Marc Simonetti are both very groovy.

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