William L Crawford - IAFA Fantasy Award


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  William L Crawford - IAFA Fantasy Award  
The Crawford Award is given to a fantasy author whose first fantasy book was published during the preceding 18 months. It's one of several awards presented by the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts, and is presented at the conference each March in Ft. Lauderdale.
What
Prize of $100, sponsored by Andre Norton.
Process
As of 2010, the Award is administered by Gary K. Wolfe with assistance from Kelly Link, Niall Harrison, Cheryl Morgan, Graham Sleight, Paul Witcover, John Clute, Jonathan Strahan, Liza Groen Trombi, Farah Mendlesohn, and Amelia Beamer.
— Winners by Year —
— 2017 — All the Birds in the Sky, Charlie Jane Anders
— 2016 — The Sorcerer of the Wildeeps, Kai Ashante Wilson
— 2015 — Spirits Abroad, Zen Cho
  The Angel of Losses, Stephanie Feldman
— 2014 — A Stranger in Olondria, Sofia Samatar
— 2013 — Jagannath: Stories, Karin Tidbeck
— 2012 — Mechanique: A Tale of the Circus Tresaulti, Genevieve Valentine
— 2011 — Redemption in Indigo, Karen Lord
— 2010 — The Manual of Detection, Jedediah Berry
— 2009 — Pandemonium, Daryl Gregory
— 2008 — One for Sorrow, Christopher Barzak
— 2007 — Map of Dreams, M. Rickert
— 2006 — 20th Century Ghosts, Joe Hill
— 2005 — The Year of Our War, Steph Swainston
— 2004 — The Etched City, K. J. Bishop
— 2003 — A Scattering of Jades, Alexander C. Irvine
— 2002 — The Eyre Affair, Jasper Fforde
— 2001 — The Fox Woman, Kij Johnson
— 2000 — “Black Jewels Trilogy”: Daughter of the Blood; Heir to the Shadows; Queen of Darkness, Anne Bishop
— 1999 — Children of Amarid and The Outlanders, David B. Coe
— 1998 — Mistress of Spices, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
— 1997 — Black Wine, Candas Jane Dorsey
— 1996 — The Shape-Changer's Wife, Sharon Shinn
— 1995 — Gun, With Occasional Music, Jonathan Lethem
— 1994 — Running Fiercely Toward a High Thin Sound, Judith Katz
— 1993 — Flying in Place, Susan Palwick
— 1992 — Moonwise, Greer Ilene Gilman
— 1991 — “Winter of the World”: The Anvil of Ice; The Forge in the Forest; The Hammer of the Sun, Michael Scott Rohan
— 1990 — Silk Road, Jeanne Larsen
— 1989 — Walkabout Woman, Michaela Roessner
— 1988 — Reindeer Moon, Elizabeth Marshall Thomas
— 1987 — The Hound and the Falcon: trilogy of The Isle of Glass; The Golden Horn; The Hounds of God, Judith Tarr
— 1986 — Things Invisible to See, Nancy Willard
— 1985 — Moonheart, Charles de Lint


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