Aurealis Awards 2022


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<— Aurealis Awards —> 2021
Where and When: Canberra : May 28, 2022
Eligibility Year: 2021
Sf Novel
Sf Novella
  • Winner: “Preserved in Amber”, Samantha Murray (Clarkesworld Jul 2021)
  • “Access Denied”, Baden Chant (Aurealis #142)
  • “The Birdsong Fossil”, D. K. Mok (Multispecies Cities: Solarpunk Urban Futures)
  • The Cruise to the End of the World, Craig Cormick (Merino)
  • “Problem Landing”, Sean Monaghan (Analog Mar/Apr 2021)
  • “A Vast Silence”, T. R. Napper (F&SF Nov/Dec 2021)
Sf Short Story
  • Winner: “Relict: (noun) A Widow; a Thing Remaining from the Past”, Alison Goodman (Relics, Wrecks & Ruins)
  • “For Autumn”, Melissa Ferguson (Revolutions)
  • “He Leaps for the Stars, He Leaps for the Stars”, Grace Chan (Clarkesworld Jul 2021)
  • “Honey and a Hanging”, Aiki Flinthart (Tribute)
  • “Legacy of the Species”, Pamela Jeffs (The Terralight Collection)
  • “The Reunion”, Emily Fox (Nature: Futures 25 Aug 2021)
Fantasy Novel
Fantasy Novella
Fantasy Short Story
  • Winner: “So-called Bin Chicken”, E. J. Delaney (Curiouser Magazine #2)
  • “All my Tuesdays”, Laura J. Fitzwilson (Cicerone Journal Issue 5: Curious Worlds)
  • “Frabjous”, Alexander Gibbs (Cicerone Journal Issue 5: Curious Worlds)
  • “Old Souls”, Aiki Flinthart (Relics, Wrecks & Ruins)
  • “Who Wants to be a Reaper”, Jane Brown (The Centropic Oracle)
  • “The Woods Echo Back”, Tania Fordwalker (Beneath Ceaseless Skies 3 Jun 2021)
Horror Novel
Horror Novella
Horror Short Story
  • Winner: “Don't Look!”, Lisa Fuller (Hometown Haunts: #LoveOzYA Horror Tales)
  • “The House that Hungers”, Maria Lewis (Aurealis #146)
  • “Mother Dandelion”, Antoinette Rydyr (Spawn: Weird Horror Tales About Pregnancy, Birth and Babies)
  • “The Quiet Room”, Martin Livings (Midnight Echo #16)
  • “Sins of the Mother”, Tracie McBride (Spawn: Weird Horror Tales About Pregnancy, Birth and Babies)
  • “Traces of Us, Hot Enough for Dinner”, Ephiny Gale (The Dread Machine 1.3)
Anthology
  • Winner: Relics, Wrecks & Ruins, Aiki Flinthart, ed. (CAT)
  • Hometown Haunts: #LoveOzYA Horror Tales, Poppy Nwosu, ed. (Wakefield)
  • Spawn: Weird Horror Tales About Pregnancy, Birth and Babies, Deborah Sheldon, ed. (IFWG Publishing Australia)
  • Who Sleuthed It?, Lindy Cameron, ed. (Clan Destine)
Collection
Graphic Novel/illustrated Work
Young Adult Novel
Young Adult Short Story
  • Winner: “Don't Look!”, Lisa Fuller (Hometown Haunts: #LoveOzYA Horror Tales)
  • “Hunger”, Marianna Shek (Hometown Haunts: #LoveOzYA Horror Tales)
  • “Of Slaves and Lions”, Pamela Jeffs (Stories of Survival)
  • “Slaughterhouse Boys”, Emma Osborne (Hometown Haunts: #LoveOzYA Horror Tales)
  • “Way-bread Rising”, Tansy Rayner Roberts (Stories of Survival)
  • “The Woods Echo Back”, Tania Fordwalker (Beneath Ceaseless Skies 3 Jun 2021)
Children's Fiction
Convenors' Award
Sara Douglass Book Series Award
  • Winner: Blood and Gold: Crown of Rowan (2014); Daughters of the Storm (2014); Sisters of the Fire (2016); Queens of the Sea (2019), Kim Wilkins (HarperCollins)
  • Elementals: Ice Wolves (2018); Scorch Dragons (2019); Battle Born (2020), Amie Kaufman (HarperCollins)
  • Lifelike: LIFEL1K3 (2018); DEV1AT3 (2019); TRUEL1F3 (2020), Jay Kristoff (Allen & Unwin)
  • Lifespan of Starlight: Lifespan of Starlight (2015); Split Infinity (2016); Edge of Time (2018), Thalia Kalkipsakis (Hardie Grant Egmont)
  • Unearthed: Unearthed (2017); Undying (2018), Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner (Allen & Unwin)
  • Winter: The Road to Winter (2016); Wilder Country (2017); Land of Fences (2019), Mark Smith (Text)

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