Joel Lane


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Awards Summary

 

Major Awards: 3

 

 

Total Number of Award Wins and Nominations: 18

— Major Awards —
World Fantasy Awardsfor Fantasy works; juried, with nominations from World Fantasy Con members
(2 nominations; 1 win)

Where Furnaces Burn (PS Publishing) — collection — winner

The Earth Wire & Other Stories (Egerton Press) — collection — nomination

British Fantasy Awardsfor fantasy works published in the UK, voted by British Fantasy Society members, juried since 2012
(12 nominations; 2 wins)

This Spectacular Darkness (Tartarus) — non-fiction — nomination

Scar City (Eibonvale) — collection — nomination

Horror Uncut: Tales of Social Insecurity and Economic Unease (JL & Tom Johnstone, eds.) (Gray Friar) — anthology — nomination

Where Furnaces Burn (PS Publishing) — collection — nomination

Never Again (Allyson Bird & JL, eds.) (Gray Friar) — anthology — nomination

The Terrible Changes (Ex Occidente) — collection — nomination

The Witnesses are Gone (PS Publishing) — novella — nomination

“Winter Journey” (Black Static #5) — short fiction — nomination

“My Stone Desire” (Black Static #1) — short fiction — winner

The Lost District and Other Stories (Night Shade Books) — collection — nomination

Beneath the Ground (Alchemy Press) — anthology — nomination

The Earth Wire & Other Stories (Egerton Press) — anthology/collection — winner

Shirley Jackson Awardsfor works of psychological horror and dark fantastic, juried
(1 nomination)

The Witnesses are Gone (PS) — novella — nomination

— Other Awards —
Gaylactic Spectrum Awardsfor SF/F/H on GLBT themes, voted by members of Gaylactic Network
(1 nomination)

“Behind the Curtain” (Dark Horizons #52) — short fiction — nomination

International Horror Guild Awardsfor horror works, juried
(2 nominations)

“You Could Have It All” (The Lost District and Other Stories) — short fiction — nomination

The Lost District and Other Stories (Night Shade Books) — collection — nomination



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