Angela Slatter


science fiction awards database

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“The Angel Wood ” • short fiction • Shimmer Nov 2006
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2008 — fantasy short story — nomination
“The Badger Bride” • short fiction • Strange Tales IV, 2014
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2015 — fantasy short story — nomination
The Bitterwood Bible and Other Recountings • collection • Tartarus, 2014
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World Fantasy Awards 2015 — collection — winner (tie)
Locus Awards 2015 — collection — 9th place
Aurealis Awards 2015 — collection — nomination
Black-Winged Angels • collection • Ticonderoga Publications, 2014
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2015 — collection — nomination
“The Coffin-Maker's Daughter” • short fiction • A Book of Horrors, 2011
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British Fantasy Awards 2012 — short story — winner
Aurealis Awards 2012 — horror short story — nomination
Corpselight • novel • Hachette Australia, 2017
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2018 — novel — nomination
“Dresses, Three ” • short fiction • Shimmer v2n4
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Aurealis Awards 2009 — fantasy short story — nomination
A Feast of Sorrows • collection • Prime Books, 2016
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2017 — collection — nomination
“The February Dragon” (by L. L. Hannett & AS) • short fiction • Scary Kisses, 2010
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2011 — fantasy short story — winner (tie)
Ditmar Awards 2011 — short story — nomination
“The Female Factory” (by Lisa L. Hannett & AS) • The Female Factory, 2014
anthologies:
The Female Factory (by Lisa L. Hannett & AS) • collection • Twelfth Planet Press, 2014
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2015 — collection — winner
Ditmar Awards 2015 — novella or novelette — nomination
“Finnegan's Field” • short fiction • Tor.com 13 Jan 2016
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2017 — fantasy novella — nomination
Ditmar Awards 2017 — novella or novelette — nomination
The Girl with No Hands • collection • Ticonderoga, 2010
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2011 — collection — winner
Home and Hearth • short fiction • Spectral Press, 2014
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2015 — horror short story — winner
“Lavender and Lychgates ”
anthologies:
“The Little Mermaid, in Passing” • short fiction • Review of Australian Fiction #147
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2018 — fantasy short story — nomination
anthologies:
Midnight and Moonshine (by Lisa L. Hannett & AS) • collection • Ticonderoga, 2012
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2013 — collection — nomination
Ditmar Awards 2013 — collected work — nomination
“No Good Deed” • short fiction • New Fears, 2017
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2018 — horror novella — nomination
Of Sorrow and Such • novella • Tor.com, 2015
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Aurealis Awards 2016 — fantasy novella — nomination
Ditmar Awards 2016 — novella or novelette — winner
“The Piece of Ice in Ms Windermere's Heart” • short fiction • New Ceres Nights, 2009
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2010 — short story — nomination
“The Red Forest” • short fiction • Winter Children and Other Chilling Tales, 2016
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2017 — horror short story — nomination
anthologies:
“Ripper” • short fiction • Horrorology, 2015
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2016 — horror novella — nomination
anthologies:
“Run, Rabbit”
anthologies:
“Sister, Sister” • short fiction • Strange Tales III, 2010
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2011 — fantasy short story — nomination
Sourdough and Other Stories • collection • Tartarus, 2010
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2011 — collection — nomination
Aurealis Awards 2011 — collection — nomination
“St Dymphna's School for Poison Girls” • short fiction • Review of Australian Fiction Volume 9, Issue 3
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2015 — fantasy short story — winner
Ditmar Awards 2015 — novella or novelette — nomination
Vigil • Jo Fletcher
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2017 — novel — nomination
Vigil • novel • Quercus/Jo Feltcher, 2016
awards:
Locus Awards 2017 — first novel — 9th place
Aurealis Awards 2017 — fantasy novel — nomination
Winter Children • collection • PS Publishing, 2016
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2017 — collection — winner
“Words” • short fiction • The Lifted Brow #5
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2010 — fantasy short story — nomination
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