Aurealis Awards 2004

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Asimov's Poll <— 2004 thread —> Aurora

2005 <— Aurealis Awards —> 2003

Eligibility Year: 2003
Sf Novel
Sf Short Story
  • Winner: “Louder Echo”, Brendan Duffy (Agog! Terrific Tales)
  • “Acquired Tastes”, Stephen Dedman (Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine #9)
  • “Amy's Stars”, Sue Isle (Orb #5 Apr 2003)
  • “Sigmund Freud & the Feral Freeway”, Martin Livings (Agog! Terrific Tales)
  • “State of Oblivion”, Kaaron Warren (Elsewhere)
Fantasy Novel
Fantasy Short Story
  • Winner: “La Sentinelle”, Lucy Sussex (Southern Blood: New Australian Tales of the Supernatural)
  • “Hope Chest”, Garth Nix (Firebirds)
  • “In the Bookshadow”, Marianne de Pierres (Shelf Life: Fantastic Stories Celebrating Bookstores)
  • “Tireki and the Wind”, Lily Chrywenstrom (Fables & Reflections #4)
Horror Novel
Horror Short Story
  • Winner: “Love is a Stone”, Simon Brown (Gathering the Bones)
  • “Amy's Stars”, Sue Isle (Orb #5 Apr 2003)
  • “Blake's Angel”, Janeen Webb (Gathering the Bones)
  • “Kijin Tea”, Kyla Ward (Agog! Terrific Tales)
  • “The Wind Shall Blow For Ever Mair”, Stephen Dedman (Gathering the Bones)
Young Adult Novel
  • Winner (tie): Abhorsen (Book 3 of The Old Kingdom Trilogy), Garth Nix (Allen & Unwin)
  • Winner (tie): Dragonkeeper, Carole Wilkinson (Black Dog Books)
  • The Silken Road to Samarkand (The Sinbad Chronicles Book 2), Janeen Webb (HarperCollins)
Young Adult Short Story
Children's Long Fiction
Children's Short Fiction

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