Bram Stoker Awards 2020

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2021 <— Bram Stoker Awards —> 2019
Where and When: StokerCon UK, Scarborough, UK : April 16, 2020 - April 19, 2020
Eligibility Year: 2019
First Novel
Young-adult Novel
Long Fiction
Short Fiction
  • Winner: “The Eight People Who Murdered Me (Excerpt from Lucy Westenra's Diary)”, Gwendolyn Kiste (Nightmare Nov 2019)
  • “The Book of Last Words”, Greg Chapman (This Sublime Darkness and Other Dark Stories)
  • “Bury Me in Tar and Twine”, Jess Landry (Tales of the Lost Volume 1: We All Lose Something!)
  • “Lydia”, Cindy O'Quinn (The Twisted Book of Shadows)
  • “A Touch of Madness”, Tim Waggoner (The Pulp Horror Book of Phobias)
Short Nonfiction
  • Winner: “Magic, Madness, and Women Who Creep: The Power of Individuality in the Work of Charlotte Perkins Gilman”, Gwendolyn Kiste (Vastarian Spr 2019)
  • “The Evil Aging Women of American Horror Story”, Karen J. Renner (Elder Horror: Essays on Film's Frightening Images of Aging)
  • “Film's First Lycanthrope”, Kelly Robinson (Scary Monsters Fall 2019)
  • “Lord Byron’s Whipping Boy: Dr. John William Polidori and the 200th Anniversary of The Vampyre”, Valerie E. Weich (Famous Monsters of Filmland Oct 2019)
  • “Slasher Films Made Me Gay: The Queer Appeal and Subtext of the Genre”, Vince A. Liaguno (Ginger Nuts of Horror 1 Sep 2019)
Graphic Novel
  • Winner: Us, Jordan Peele (Monkeypaw Productions, Perfect World Pictures, Dentsu, Fuji Television Network, Universal Pictures)
  • Doctor Sleep, Mike Flanagan (Warner Bros., Intrepid Pictures/Vertigo Entertainment)
  • The Lighthouse, Robert Eggers & Max Eggers (A24, New Regency Pictures, RT Features)
  • Midsommar, Ari Aster (B-Reel Films, Square Peg)
  • Stranger Things: “The Battle of Starcourt”, Matt Duffer & Ross Duffer (Netflix)
Poetry Collection

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