Bram Stoker Awards 2000

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2001 <— Bram Stoker Awards —> 1999
Where and When: May 13 2000
Eligibility Year: 1999
First Novel
Long Fiction
  • Winner (tie): “Five Days in April”, Brian A. Hopkins (Chiaroscuro Jul 1999)
  • Winner (tie): “Mad Dog Summer”, Joe R. Lansdale (999: New Stories of Horror and Suspense)
  • “Dread in the Beast”, Charlee Jacob (Dread in the Beast)
  • Right to Life, Jack Ketchum (Cemetery Dance Publications)
Short Fiction
  • Winner: “Aftershock”, F. Paul Wilson (Realms of Fantasy Dec 1999)
  • “The Entertainment”, Ramsey Campbell (999: New Stories of Horror and Suspense)
  • “The Grave”, P. D. Cacek (999: New Stories of Horror and Suspense)
  • “Halloween Street”, Steve Rasnic Tem (F&SF Jul 1999)
  • Winner: 999: New Stories of Horror and Suspense, Al Sarrantonio, ed. (Avon)
  • The Last Continent: New Tales of Zothique, John Pelan, ed. (ShadowLands Press)
  • The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror: Volume Ten, Stephen Jones, ed. (Carroll & Graf)
  • The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Twelfth Annual Collection, Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, eds. (St. Martin's)
Comic Book, Graphic Novel, Or Other Illustrated Narrative
Work For Younger Readers
  • Winner: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, J. K. Rowling (Bloomsbury; Scholastic US)
  • Creepy Susie & 13 Other Tragic Tales for Troubled Children, Angus Oblong (Ballantine)
  • Something Lumber This Way Comes, Joe R. Lansdale (Subterranean Press)
Other Media
  • Winner: I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream (audio), Harlan Ellison (Dove)
  • Conspiracies (audio CD of F. Paul Wilson story) (WyrdSisterS ProductionS/Gauntlet Press)
  •, Seth Lindberg (Darren McKeeman)
  • Masters of Terror, Andy Fairclough
Specialty Press Award
Life Achievement

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