Bram Stoker Awards 2003

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2004 <— Bram Stoker Awards —> 2002
Where and When: New York City : June 7, 2003
Eligibility Year: 2002
First Novel
Long Fiction
  • Winner (tie): El Dia de los Muertos, Brian A. Hopkins (Earthling Publications)
  • Winner (tie): “My Work Is Not Yet Done”, Thomas Ligotti (My Work Is Not Yet Done: Three Tales of Corporate Horror)
  • Cape Wrath, Paul Finch (Telos Publishing)
  • Coraline, Neil Gaiman (HarperCollins)
  • “The Origin”, David B. Silva (The Darker Side: Generations of Horror)
Short Fiction
  • Winner: “The Misfit Child Grows Fat on Despair”, Tom Piccirilli (The Darker Side: Generations of Horror)
  • “Details”, China Miéville (Children of Cthulhu)
  • “Disappearances”, Mort Castle (Chizine)
  • “The Green Man”, Christopher Fowler (The Third Alternative #31)
  • “The Plague Species”, Charlee Jacob (The Darker Side: Generations of Horror)
Fiction Collection
Illustrated Narrative
Work For Younger Readers
Poetry Collection
Alternative Forms
  • Winner: “Imagination Box”, Steve Rasnic Tem & Melanie Tem (Lone Wolf Publications) (multimedia CD)
  • “Buckeye Jim in Egypt”, Mort Castle (Lone Wolf Publications) (audio script based on the Mort Castle story)
  • Flesh & Blood, Jack Fisher, ed. (Flesh & Blood Press)
  • “The Tree Is My Hat”, Larry Santoro (audio script based on the Gene Wolfe story)
Specialty Press Award
Life Achievement

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