2022 Locus Awards Winners

The Locus Awards winners were announced June 25 during the virtual Locus Awards Weekend.

SCIENCE FICTION NOVEL

  • A Desolation Called Peace, Arkady Martine (Tor; Tor UK)

FANTASY NOVEL

  • Jade Legacy, Fonda Lee (Orbit US; Orbit UK)

HORROR NOVEL

  • My Heart Is a Chainsaw, Stephen Graham Jones (Saga; Titan)

YOUNG ADULT NOVEL

  • Victories Greater Than Death, Charlie Jane Anders (Tor Teen; Titan)

FIRST NOVEL

  • A Master of Djinn, P. Djèlí Clark (Tordotcom; Orbit UK)

NOVELLA

  • Fugitive Telemetry, Martha Wells (Tordotcom)

NOVELETTE

  • “That Story Isn’t the Story“, John Wiswell (Uncanny 11-12/21)

SHORT STORY

  • “Where Oaken Hearts Do Gather“, Sarah Pinsker (Uncanny 3-4/21)

ANTHOLOGY

  • We’re Here: The Best Queer Speculative Fiction 2020, C.L. Clark & Charles Payseur, eds. (Neon Hemlock)

COLLECTION

  • Even Greater Mistakes, Charlie Jane Anders (Tor; Titan)

MAGAZINE

  • Tor.com

PUBLISHER

  • Tor

EDITOR

  • Ellen Datlow

ARTIST

  • Charles Vess

NON-FICTION

  • Dangerous Visions and New Worlds: Radical Science Fiction, 1950–1985, Andrew Nette & Iain McIntyre, eds. (PM)

ILLUSTRATED AND ART BOOK

  • The Art of Neil Gaiman & Charles Vess’ Stardust, Charles Vess (Titan)

SPECIAL AWARD FOR COMMUNITY BUILDING & CAREER DEVELOPMENT

  • The Codex Writers’ Group

4 thoughts on “2022 Locus Awards Winners

  1. The Art of Neil Gaiman & Charles Vess’ Stardust is a stellar work and worth every penny of its considerable price.

    And congratulations to Vess for his best artist win — I’m writing this under the limited edition print of A Circle of Cats cover that he did of the Charles de Lint children’s book he illustrated.

  2. Congratulations to all the winners! I’m especially happy to see the award for the Codex group, which I’m part of.

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