2019 British Fantasy Awards

The winners of the 2019 British Fantasy Awards were announced October 20 at FantasyCon in Glasgow, Scotland.

Best Fantasy Novel (the Robert Holdstock Award)

  • The Bitter Twins, by Jen Williams (Headline)

Best Horror Novel (the August Derleth Award)

  • Little Eve, by Catriona Ward (W&N)

Best Newcomer (the Sydney J Bounds Award)

  • Tasha Suri, for Empire of Sand (Orbit)

Best Novella

  • The Tea Master and the Detective, by Aliette de Bodard (Subterranean Press)

Best Short Fiction

  • “Down Where Sound Comes Blunt” by GV Anderson (F&SF March/April 2018)

Best Anthology

  • Year’s Best Weird Fiction, Vol. 5, ed. Robert Shearman & Michael Kelly (Undertow Publications)

Best Collection

  • All the Fabulous Beasts, by Priya Sharma (Undertow Publications)

Best Non-Fiction

  • Noises and Sparks, by Ruth EJ Booth (Shoreline of Infinity)

Best Independent Press

  • Unsung Stories

Best Magazine / Periodical

  • Uncanny Magazine

Best Audio

  • Breaking the Glass Slipper (www.breakingtheglassslipper.com)

Best Comic / Graphic Novel

  • Widdershins, Vol. 7, by Kate Ashwin

Best Artist

  • Vince Haig

Best Film / Television Production

  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Phil Lord & Rodney Rothman

The Karl Edward Wagner Award (special award for contribution to genre)

  • Ian Whates

[Thanks to Mark Hepworth for the story.]

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4 thoughts on “2019 British Fantasy Awards

  1. I’m especially delighted to see Ian Whates get this recognition; he’s been doing some fantastic work at NewCon Press. Unsung Stories Publishing has also been putting out some great work.

  2. Congratulations to Jen Williams, Aliette de Bodard, the “Uncanny” juggernaut, and the rest of the winners!

    Hopefully Williams’s current series gets published in the U.S. at some point. I know I can order it from the U.K. . . . but. I hope it finds a home on this side of the Atlantic, too.

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