World Fantasy Awards 2015


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Where and When: World Fantasy Convention, Saratoga Springs, NY : November 8, 2015
Eligibility Year: 2014
Judges: Gemma Files, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Bénédicte Lombardo, Bruce McAllister, Robert Shearman
Life Achievement
Novel
Novella
Short Fiction
  • Winner: Do You Like to Look at Monsters?, Scott Nicolay (Fedogan & Bremer)
  • “Death's Door Café”, Kaaron Warren (Shadows & Tall Trees 2014)
  • “The Fisher Queen”, Alyssa Wong (F&SF May/Jun 2014)
  • “I Can See Right Through You”, Kelly Link (McSweeney's #48)
  • “Jackalope Wives”, Ursula Vernon (Apex Jan 2014)
Anthology
Collection
Special Award, Professional
Special Award, Non-professional
Remarks:
Winners:
This is David Mitchell's first sf or fantasy award ever, as compiled in this database. And it's the first nomination and first win of all the awards compiled here for both Scott Nicolay and Samuel Araya.

This is Daryl Gregory's first World Fantasy Award; this story was also a finalist for the Nebula, Shirley Jackson, and Theodore Sturgeon awards.

Sandra Kasturi and Brett Alexander Savory have won their first WF Awards, after three previous nominations.

This is Rosalie Parker's fifth WF win, and Ray Russell's third.

Nominations:
These are the first World Fantasy Awards nominations for Katherine Addison [Sarah Monette], Robert Jackson Bennett, Stefan Fergus, Rose Fox, Pasi Ilmari Jääskeläinen, Michael Kelly, Rebecca Lloyd, Jeffrey Alan Love, Helen Marshall, David Mitchell, Erik Mohr, Scott Nicolay, Daniel Jose Older, Ursula Vernon, Kai Ashante Wilson, and Alyssa Wong.

And this is Ellen Datlow's 42nd WFA nomination, after 10 previous wins; Kelly Link's 16th and 17th nominations, after 2 previous wins; George R.R. Martin's 15th nomination, with 3 previous wins; and Jeff VanderMeer's 15th nomination, with 3 previous wins.









































































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