Unleash Award

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The Unleash Award is the annual award for the best Dutch fantasy/science-fiction and horror/suspense short story with a wordcount between 2,000 and 6,000 words.

Other annual Dutch awards in the SF/F/H genres are the Paul Harland Prize (for short stories and novelettes with a word count up to 10,000 words) and Fantastels (for short stories and novelettes with a word count up to 12,000 words).

History[edit]

The prize was initially awarded in two separate categories and twice a year (with overall winners). Since 2009 it is awarded once a year.

Winners[edit]

Editie Category Fantasy/SF Category Horror/Suspense
Fall 2006 Alex de Jong; Sven de Keyser Anko van der Woude
Spring 2007 Harald Timmer Saskia Appel
Overall 2006/2007 Sven de Keyser Saskia Appel
Fall 2007 Django Mathijsen Fred Rabouw
Spring 2008 Django Mathijsen Jean-Paul Colin
Overall 2007/2008 Django Mathijsen Jean-Paul Colin
Overall
2009 Pieter Koolwijk
2010 Anaïd Haen
2011 Patrick Brannigan

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