This Is Horror Awards 2016 Voting Opens

TIH-award-stamp-white COMPThis Is Horror, the UK website, is taking votes for its annual awards through 12:01 a.m. GMT on January 23. Anyone can vote — click through for instructions. Here is the shortlist.

Novel of the Year

Disappearance at Devil’s Rock by Paul Tremblay
Experimental Film by Gemma Files
Mongrels by Stephen Graham Jones
Paper Tigers by Damien Angelica Walters
Stranded by Bracken MacLeod
The Fisherman by John Langan

Novella of the Year

Detritus in Love by Mercedes M. Yardley and John Boden
Hammers on Bone by Cassandra Khaw
Noctuidae by Scott Nicolay
The Ballad of Black Tom by Victor LaValle
The Warren by Brian Evenson
X’s For Eyes by Laird Barron

Short Story Collection of the Year

A Collapse of Horses by Brian Evenson
Ecstatic Inferno by Autumn Christian
Furnace by Livia Llewellyn
Greener Pastures by Michael Wehunt
The Lure of Devouring Light by Michael Griffin
The Parts We Play by Stephen Volk

Anthology of the Year

Autumn Cthulhu, edited by Mike Davis
Eternal Frankenstein, edited by Ross E. Lockhart
Gutted: Beautiful Horror Stories, edited by Doug Murano and D. Alexander Ward
Lost Signals, edited by Max Booth III and Lori Michelle
Nightmares: A New Decade of Modern Horror, edited by Ellen Datlow
Peel Back The Skin, edited by Anthony Rivera and Sharon Lawson

Fiction Magazine of the Year

Apex Magazine
Black Static
Lovecraft eZine
Nightmare Magazine
Strange Aeons
The Dark Magazine

Publisher of the Year

Crystal Lake Publishing
Dark Regions Press
Grey Matter Press
Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing
Word Horde

Fiction Podcast of the Year

Small Town Horror
The Black Tapes
The Other Stories by Hawk & Cleaver
Welcome To Night Vale

Nonfiction Podcast of the Year

Booked. Podcast
Lovecraft eZine Podcast
The Faculty of Horror
The Grim Tidings Podcast
The Horror Show with Brian Keene
The Know Fear Podcast

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2 thoughts on “This Is Horror Awards 2016 Voting Opens

  1. I’m out of touch with UK horror in general, but I’ve heard so many good things about Ramsey Campbell’s latest, The Searching Dead, that I’m a little surprised it didn’t make the shortlist. Then again it came out kind of late in the year.

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