Kaaron Warren


science fiction awards database

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“68 Days” • short fiction • Tomorrow's Cthulhu, 2016
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Aurealis Awards 2017 — sf short story — nomination
Aurealis Awards 2017 — horror short story — nomination
“Air, Water and the Grove” • short fiction • The Lowest Heaven, 2013
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Aurealis Awards 2014 — sf short story — winner
Ditmar Awards 2014 — short story — nomination
“All You Can Do Is Breathe” • short fiction • Blood and Other Cravings, 2011
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Bram Stoker Awards 2012 — short fiction — nomination
Ditmar Awards 2012 — short story — nomination
“The Blue Stream” • short fiction • Aurealis #15 1995
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Aurealis Awards 1996 — fantasy short story — nomination
“Crisis Apparition” • short fiction • Exploring Dark Short Fiction #2, 2018
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Aurealis Awards 2019 — horror novella — winner
“Dead Sea Fruit” • short fiction • Fantasy #4
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Aurealis Awards 2007 — horror short story — nomination
Dead Sea Fruit • collection • Ticonderoga Publications, 2010
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Aurealis Awards 2011 — collection — nomination
“Death's Door Café” • short fiction • Shadows & Tall Trees 2014, 2014
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World Fantasy Awards 2015 — short fiction — nomination
Exploring Dark Short Fiction #2: A Primer to Kaaron Warren • collection • Dark Moon, 2018
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Aurealis Awards 2019 — collection — nomination
“Fresh Young Widow” • short fiction • The Grinding House, 2005
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Ditmar Awards 2006 — short story — winner
“Furtherest” • short fiction • Dark Screams Volume 7, 2017
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Aurealis Awards 2018 — horror novella — nomination
“The Glass Woman” • short fiction • Aurealis #22 1998
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Aurealis Awards 1999 — horror short story — nomination
The Grief Hole • IFWG Australia
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Ditmar Awards 2017 — novel — winner
The Grief Hole • novel • IFWG Publishing Australia, 2016
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Aurealis Awards 2017 — horror novel — winner
“The Grinding House” • short fiction • The Grinding House, 2005
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Ditmar Awards 2006 — novella or novelette — winner
The Grinding House (by KW, edited by Donna Maree Hanson) • collection • CSFG Publishing, 2005
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Ditmar Awards 2006 — collected work — nomination
“The Hanging People” • short fiction • Bloodsongs #7
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Aurealis Awards 1997 — horror short story — nomination
“His Lipstick Minx” • short fiction • The Workers' Paradise, 2007
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Ditmar Awards 2008 — short story — nomination
“The Human Moth” • short fiction • The Grimscribe's Puppets, 2013
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Aurealis Awards 2014 — horror short story — nomination
“The Left Behind” • short fiction • Orb #1
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Aurealis Awards 2001 — fantasy short story — nomination
“The Lighthouse Keepers' Club” • short fiction • Exotic Gothic 4 PS Publishing, 2012
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Aurealis Awards 2013 — sf short story — nomination
Mistification • novel • Angry Robot, 2011
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Locus Awards 2012 — fantasy novel — 22nd place
Ditmar Awards 2012 — novel — nomination
“A Positive” • short fiction • Bloodsongs #10
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Aurealis Awards 1999 — horror short story — winner
“Skin Holes” • short fiction • Strange Fruit, 1995
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Aurealis Awards 1996 — horror short story — nomination
“Sky” • short fiction • Through Splintered Walls, 2012
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World Fantasy Awards 2013 — novella — nomination
Shirley Jackson Awards 2013 — novella — winner
Locus Awards 2013 — novella — 15th place
Aurealis Awards 2013 — horror short story — winner
Ditmar Awards 2013 — novella or novelette — winner
Slights • novel • HarperCollins/Angry Robot, 2009
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Aurealis Awards 2010 — horror novel — nomination
Ditmar Awards 2010 — novel — winner
“The Speaker of Heaven” • short fiction • Orb #2
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Aurealis Awards 2002 — fantasy short story — nomination
“State of Oblivion” • short fiction • Elsewhere, 2003
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Aurealis Awards 2004 — sf short story — nomination
Through Splintered Walls • collection • Twelfth Planet Press, 2012
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Aurealis Awards 2013 — collection — nomination
Ditmar Awards 2013 — collected work — winner
Tide of Stone • novel • Omnium Gatherum, 2018
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Locus Awards 2019 — horror novel — 6th place
Aurealis Awards 2019 — horror novel — winner
“Tontine Mary” • short fiction • New Ceres Nights, 2009
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Ditmar Awards 2010 — short story — nomination
“The Unwanted Women of Surrey” • short fiction • Queen Victoria's Book of Spells, 2013
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Locus Awards 2014 — novelette — 12th place
Walking the Tree • novel • HarperCollins UK/Angry Robot, 2010
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Ditmar Awards 2011 — novel — nomination
“Witnessing” • short fiction • The Canary Press #6
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Aurealis Awards 2016 — sf short story — nomination
“Woman Train” • short fiction • The Outcast: An Anthology of Strangers and Exiles, 2006
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Aurealis Awards 2007 — horror short story — nomination

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