World Fantasy Award—Short Fiction

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World Fantasy Award—Short Fiction
Awarded for The best fantasy story of 10,000 words or less published in English in the prior calendar year
Presented by World Fantasy Convention
First awarded 1975
Most recent winner G. V. Anderson ("Das Steingeschöpf")
Website worldfantasy.org/awards/

The World Fantasy Awards are given each year by the World Fantasy Convention for the best fantasy fiction published in English during the previous calendar year. The awards have been described by book critics such as The Guardian as a "prestigious fantasy prize",[1] and one of the three most prestigious speculative fiction awards, along with the Hugo and Nebula Awards (which cover both fantasy and science fiction).[2][3] The World Fantasy Award—Short Fiction is given each year for fantasy short stories published in English. A work of fiction is defined by the organization as short fiction if it is 10,000 words or less in length; awards are also given out for longer pieces in the Novel and Long Fiction categories. The Short Fiction category has been awarded annually since 1975, though before 1982—when the category was instated—it was named "Best Short Fiction" and covered works of up to 40,000 words.[4] It was then renamed "Best Short Story" until 2016, when it was renamed to the "Short Fiction" category.[5][6]

World Fantasy Award nominees and winners are decided by attendees and judges at the annual World Fantasy Convention. A ballot is posted in June for attendees of the current and previous two conferences to determine two of the finalists, and a panel of five judges adds three or more nominees before voting on the overall winner.[4][7] The panel of judges is typically made up of fantasy authors[8] and is chosen each year by the World Fantasy Awards Administration, which has the power to break ties.[4] The final results are presented at the World Fantasy Convention at the end of October.[7] Winners were presented with a statue in the form of a bust of H. P. Lovecraft through the 2015 awards; future ceremonies will present a different, unannounced statuette.[9]

During the 43 nomination years, 155 authors have had works nominated; 43 of them have won, including ties and co-authors. Only five authors have won more than once: Ramsey Campbell and James Blaylock with two wins out of four nominations each, Stephen King won two out of three, and Tanith Lee and Fred Chappell won both times they were nominated. Of authors who have won at least once, Jeffrey Ford and Kelly Link have the most nominations at five, followed by Dennis Etchison and Avram Davidson, who along with Campbell and Blaylock received four nominations. Charles de Lint has the most nominations without winning at five; he is followed by Michael Swanwick, who has had four nominations without winning.

Winners and nominees[edit]

In the following table, the years correspond to the date of the ceremony, rather than when the work was first published. Each year links to the corresponding "year in literature". Entries with a blue background and an asterisk (*) next to the writer's name have won the award; those with a white background are the other nominees on the shortlist.

  *   Winners

Year Author Work Publisher/publication Ref.
1975 Robert Aickman* "Pages from a Young Girl's Journal" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [10]
T. E. D. Klein "The Events at Poroth Farm" The Year's Best Horror Stories: Series II (DAW Books) [10]
Sterling E. Lanier "A Father's Tale" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [10]
Karl Edward Wagner "Sticks" Whispers [10]
1976 Fritz Leiber* "Belsen Express" The Second Book of Fritz Leiber (DAW Books) [11]
David Drake "The Barrow Troll" Whispers [11]
Brian Lumley "Born of the Winds" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [11]
Manly Wade Wellman "The Ghastly Priest Doth Reign" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [11]
1977 Russell Kirk* "There's a Long, Long Trail A-Winding" Frights (St. Martin's Press) [12]
Ramsey Campbell "The Companion" Frights (St. Martin's Press) [12]
Fritz Leiber "Dark Wings" Superhorror (W. H. Allen) [12]
Dennis Etchison "It Only Comes Out at Night" Frights (St. Martin's Press) [12]
Karl Edward Wagner "Two Suns Setting" Fantastic [12]
Robert Sheckley "What Is Life?" Playboy [12]
1978 Ramsey Campbell* "The Chimney" Whispers (Doubleday) [13]
Jack Vance "The Bagful of Dreams" Flashing Swords! 4: Barbarians and Black Magicians (Doubleday) [13]
Harlan Ellison "Jeffty Is Five" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [13]
Ramsey Campbell "Loveman's Comeback" More Devil's Kisses (Corgi) [13]
Avram Davidson "Manatee Gal Ain't You Coming Out Tonight" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [13]
Charles L. Grant "When All the Children Call My Name" The Year's Best Horror Stories: Series V (DAW Books) [13]
1979 Avram Davidson* "Naples" Shadows (Doubleday) [14]
Avram Davidson "A Good Night's Sleep" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [14]
Charles L. Grant "Hear Me Now, My Sweet Abbey Rose" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [14]
Larry Niven The Magic Goes Away Ace Books [14]
Michael Bishop "Within the Walls of Tyre" Weirdbook [14]
1980 Ramsey Campbell* "Mackintosh Willy" Shadows 2 (Doubleday) [15]
Elizabeth A. Lynn* "The Woman Who Loved the Moon" Amazons! (DAW Books) [15]
Fritz Leiber "The Button Molder" Whispers [15]
T. E. D. Klein "Petey" Shadows 2 (Doubleday) [15]
William F. Nolan "Saturday's Shadow" Shadows 2 (Doubleday) [15]
1981 Howard Waldrop* "The Ugly Chickens" Universe 10 (Doubleday) [16]
Chelsea Quinn Yarbro "Cabin 33" Shadows 3 (Doubleday) [16]
T. E. D. Klein "Children of the Kingdom" Dark Forces (Viking Press) [16]
Suzy McKee Charnas "Unicorn Tapestry" New Dimensions 11 (Pocket Books) [16]
1982 Dennis Etchison* "The Dark Country" Fantasy Tales [17]
Stephen King* "Do the Dead Sing?" Yankee [17]
Charles L. Grant "Coin of the Realm" Tales from the Nightside (Arkham House) [17]
Jack Dann "Fairy Tale" The Berkley Showcase Vol. 4 (Berkley Books) [17]
1983 Tanith Lee* "The Gorgon" Shadows 5 (Doubleday) [18]
Dennis Etchison "Deathtracks" Death (Playboy Paperbacks) [18]
Steve Rasnic Tem "Firestorm" Perpetual Light (Warner Books) [18]
Michael Swanwick "The Man Who Met Picasso" Omni [18]
Greg Bear "Petra" Omni [18]
1984 Tanith Lee* "Elle Est Trois, (La Mort)" Whispers IV (Doubleday) [19]
David Morrell The Hundred-Year Christmas Donald M. Grant [19]
Karl Edward Wagner "Into Whose Hands" Whispers IV (Doubleday) [19]
Leigh Kennedy "The Silent Cradle" Shadows 6 (Doubleday) [19]
Lucius Shepard "Solitario's Eyes" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [19]
William F. Wu "Wong's Lost and Found Emporium" Amazing Stories [19]
1985 Alan Ryan* "The Bones Wizard" Whispers [20]
Scott Baker* "Still Life with Scorpion" Asimov's Science Fiction [20]
Jack Dann "Bad Medicine" Asimov's Science Fiction [20]
Robert R. McCammon "Nightcrawlers" Masques (Maclay & Associates) [20]
1986 James Blaylock* "Paper Dragons" Imaginary Lands (Ace Books) [21]
Lucius Shepard "The Jaguar Hunter" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [21]
Sharon N. Farber "Return of the Dust Vampires" Whispers V (Doubleday) [21]
Avram Davidson "The Slovo Stove" Universe 15 (Doubleday) [21]
1987 David Schow* "Red Light" The Twilight Zone Magazine [22]
Nancy Springer "The Boy Who Plaited Manes" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [22]
Michael Blumlein "The Brains of Rats" Interzone [22]
Stephen King "The End of the Whole Mess" Omni [22]
Whitley Strieber "Pain" Cutting Edge (Doubleday) [22]
Amyas Naegele "The Rise and Fall of Father Alex" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [22]
Les Daniels "They're Coming for You" Cutting Edge (Doubleday) [22]
Joe R. Lansdale "Tight Little Stitches in a Dead Man's Back" Nukes: Four Horror Writers on the Ultimate Horror (Maclay & Associates) [22]
1988 Jonathan Carroll* "Friend's Best Man" Fantasy & Science Fiction [23]
Pat Cadigan "Angel" Asimov's Science Fiction [23]
Garry Kilworth "Hogfoot Right and Bird-hands" Other Edens (Allen & Unwin) [23]
Gene Wolfe "In the House of Gingerbread" The Architecture of Fear (Arbor House) [23]
David Schow "Pamela's Get" The Twilight Zone Magazine [23]
Douglas E. Winter "Splatter: A Cautionary Tale" Masques II (Maclay & Associates) [23]
1989 John M. Ford* "Winter Solstice, Camelot Station" Invitation to Camelot (Ace Books) [24]
Lucius Shepard "Life of Buddha" Omni [24]
Dan Simmons "Metastasis" Night Visions 5 (Orion Publishing Group) [24]
Joe R. Lansdale "Night They Missed the Horror Show" Silver Scream (Dark Harvest) [24]
1990 Steven Millhauser* "The Illusionist" Esquire [25]
Michael Swanwick "The Edge of the World" Full Spectrum 2 (Doubleday) [25]
Jonathan Carroll "Mr. Fiddlehead" Omni [25]
Edward Bryant "A Sad Last Love at the Diner of the Damned" Book of the Dead (Bantam Books) [25]
Scott Baker "Varicose Worms" Blood Is Not Enough (William Morrow and Company) [25]
Chet Williamson "Yore Skin's Jes's Soft 'n Purty...He Said." Razored Saddles (Dark Harvest) [25]
1991 Neil Gaiman* "A Midsummer Night's Dream" The Sandman #19 (DC Comics) [26]
Charles Vess*
Terry Bisson "Bears Discover Fire" Asimov's Science Fiction [26]
Thomas Ligotti "The Last Feast of Harlequin" Fantasy & Science Fiction [26]
Elizabeth Massie "Stephen" Borderlands (Maclay & Associates) [26]
1992 Fred Chappell* "The Somewhere Doors" More Shapes Than One (St. Martin's Press) [27]
James Blaylock "The Better Boy" Asimov's Science Fiction [27]
Tim Powers
Charles de Lint "The Conjure Man" After the King: Stories in Honor of J.R.R. Tolkien (Tor Books) [27]
Charles de Lint "Pity the Monsters" The Ultimate Frankenstein (Dell Publishing) [27]
1993 Joe Haldeman* "Graves" Fantasy & Science Fiction [28]
Dan Simmons* "This Year's Class Picture" Still Dead (Mark V. Ziesing) [28]
Lisa Goldstein "Alfred" Asimov's Science Fiction [28]
Martha Soukup "The Arbitrary Placement of Walls" Asimov's Science Fiction [28]
Charles de Lint "Bridges" Fantasy & Science Fiction [28]
Poppy Z. Brite "Calcutta, Lord of Nerves" Still Dead (Mark V. Ziesing) [28]
Nicholas A. DiChario "The Winterberry" Alternate Kennedys (Tor Books) [28]
1994 Fred Chappell* The Lodger Necronomicon Press [29]
Dan Simmons "Death in Bangkok" Playboy [29]
Terry Bisson "England Underway" Omni [29]
Les Daniels "The Little Green Ones" After the Darkness (Maclay & Associates) [29]
Charles de Lint "The Moon Is Drowning While I Sleep" Snow White, Blood Red (William Morrow and Company) [29]
Ian McDonald "Some Strange Desire" Omni Best Science Fiction Three (Omni Books) [29]
Terry Lamsley "Something Worse" Under the Crust (Wendigo) [29]
Neil Gaiman "Troll Bridge" Snow White, Blood Red (William Morrow and Company) [29]
1995 Stephen King* "The Man in the Black Suit" The New Yorker [30]
Michael Swanwick "The Changeling's Tale" Asimov's Science Fiction [30]
Nicholas Royle "The Homecoming" Shadows Over Innsmouth (Fedogan & Bremer) [30]
Steven Millhauser "The Sisterhood of Night" Harper's Magazine [30]
Michael Marshall Smith "To Receive Is Better" The Mammoth Book of Frankenstein (Carroll & Graf Publishers) [30]
1996 Gwyneth Jones* "The Grass Princess" Seven Tales and a Fable (Edgewood Press) [31]
Petrina Smith "Angel Thing" She's Fantastical (Sybylla Feminist Press) [31]
S. P. Somtow "Dragon's Fin Soup" The Ultimate Dragon (Dell Publishing) [31]
Douglas E. Winter "Loop" Dark Love (Roc Books) [31]
Robert Charles Wilson "The Perseids" Northern Frights 3 (Mosaic Press) [31]
Kit Reed "The Singing Marine" Fantasy & Science Fiction [31]
1997 James Blaylock* "Thirteen Phantasms" Omni Online [32]
Dennis Etchison "The Dead Cop" Dark Terrors 2 (Victor Gollancz Ltd) [32]
Graham Masterton "Underbed" Dark Terrors 2 (Victor Gollancz Ltd) [32]
1998 P. D. Cacek* "Dust Motes" Gothic Ghosts (Tor Books) [33]
Jack Womack "Audience" The Horns of Elfland (Roc Books) [33]
Lisa Goldstein "Fortune and Misfortune" Asimov's Science Fiction [33]
Paul Park "Get a Grip" Omni Online [33]
Robert Charles Wilson "The Inner Inner City" Northern Frights 4 (Mosaic Press) [33]
1999 Kelly Link* "The Specialist's Hat" Event Horizon [34]
Ellen Kushner "The Death of the Duke" Starlight 2 (Tor Books) [34]
John Kessel "Every Angel is Terrifying" Fantasy & Science Fiction [34]
Neil Gaiman "Shoggoth's Old Peculiar" Smoke and Mirrors (Avon Publications) [34]
Kelly Link "Travels with the Snow Queen" Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet [34]
2000 Ian R. MacLeod* "The Chop Girl" Asimov's Science Fiction [35]
Kim Newman "Amerikanski Dead at the Moscow Morgue" 999: New Stories of Horror and Suspense (Avon Books) [35]
Howard Waldrop "The Dynasters Vol. 1: On the Downs" Fantasy & Science Fiction [35]
Eleanor Arnason "The Grammarian's Five Daughters" Realms of Fantasy [35]
Robert Reed "Human Bay" Asimov's Science Fiction [35]
Paul J. McAuley "Naming the Dead" Interzone [35]
Delia Sherman "The Parwat Ruby" Fantasy & Science Fiction [35]
2001 Andy Duncan* "The Pottawatomie Giant" Sci Fiction [36]
Tia V. Travis "Down Here in the Garden" Horror Garage [36]
Kim Newman "Is There Anybody There?" The New English Library Book of Internet Stories (New English Library) [36]
Andy Duncan "Lincoln in Frogmore" Beluthahatchie and Other Stories (Golden Gryphon Press) [36]
Michael Swanwick "The Raggle Taggle Gypsy-O" Tales of Old Earth (North Atlantic Books) [36]
Terry Dowling "The Saltimbanques" Blackwater Days (Eidolon Publications) [36]
Kelly Link "Shoe and Marriage" 4 Stories (Small Beer Press) [36]
2002 Albert E. Cowdrey* "Queen for a Day" Fantasy & Science Fiction [37]
James Blaylock "His Own Back Yard" Sci Fiction [37]
Jeffrey Ford "The Honeyed Knot" Fantasy & Science Fiction [37]
Jack O'Connell "Legerdemain" Fantasy & Science Fiction [37]
Nalo Hopkinson "Something to Hitch Meat To" Skin Folk (Warner Aspect) [37]
2003 Jeffrey Ford* "Creation" Fantasy & Science Fiction [38]
William Browning Spencer "The Essayist in the Wilderness" Fantasy & Science Fiction [38]
Stephen Gallagher "Little Dead Girl Singing" Weird Tales [38]
Neil Gaiman "October in the Chair" Conjunctions 39: The New Wave Fabulists (Bard College) [38]
Jeffrey Ford "The Weight of Words" Leviathan 3 (The Ministry of Whimsy Press) [38]
2004 Bruce Holland Rogers* "Don Ysidro" Polyphony: Volume 3 (Wheatland Press) [39]
Maureen F. McHugh "Ancestor Money" Sci Fiction [39]
Charles de Lint Circle of Cats Viking Press [39]
Alexander C. Irvine "Gus Dreams of Biting the Mailman" Trampoline (Small Beer Press) [39]
Chris Roberson "O One" Live Without a Net (Roc Books) [39]
2005 Margo Lanagan* "Singing My Sister Down" Black Juice (Allen & Unwin) [40]
Kelly Link "The Faery Handbag" The Faery Reel: Tales from the Twilight Realm (Viking Press) [40]
Barbara Roden "Northwest Passage" Acquainted with the Night (Ash-Tree Press) [40]
China Miéville "Reports of Certain Events in London" McSweeney's Enchanted Chamber of Astonishing Stories (Vintage Books) [40]
Theodora Goss "The Wings of Meister Wilhelm" Polyphony: Volume 4 (Wheatland Press) [40]
2006 George Saunders* "CommComm" The New Yorker [41]
Joe Hill "Best New Horror" Postscripts [41]
Holly Phillips "The Other Grace" In the Palace of Repose (Prime Books) [41]
Caitlín R. Kiernan "La Peau Verte" To Charles Fort, with Love (Subterranean Press) [41]
Peter S. Beagle "Two Hearts" Fantasy & Science Fiction [41]
2007 M. Rickert* "Journey Into the Kingdom" Fantasy & Science Fiction [42]
Christopher Rowe "Another Word for Map is Faith" Fantasy & Science Fiction [42]
Geoff Ryman "Pol Pot's Beautiful Daughter (Fantasy)" Fantasy & Science Fiction [42]
Benjamin Rosenbaum "A Siege of Cranes" Twenty Epics (All-Star Stories) [42]
Jeffrey Ford "The Way He Does It" Electric Velocipede [42]
2008 Theodora Goss* "Singing of Mount Abora" Logorrhea: Good Words Make Good Stories (Bantam Books) [43]
Daniel Abraham "The Cambist and Lord Iron: A Fairy Tale of Economics" Logorrhea: Good Words Make Good Stories (Bantam Books) [43]
Simon Kurt Unsworth "The Church on the Island" At Ease with the Dead (Ash-Tree Press) [43]
Robert Shearman "Damned If You Don't" Tiny Deaths (Comma Press) [43]
Kij Johnson "The Evolution of Trickster Stories Among the Dogs of North Park After the Change" The Coyote Road: Trickster Tales (Viking Press) [43]
2009 Kij Johnson* "26 Monkeys, Also the Abyss" Asimov's Science Fiction [44]
Catherynne M. Valente "A Buyer's Guide to Maps of Antarctica" Clarkesworld Magazine [44]
Kage Baker "Caverns of Mystery" Subterranean: Tales of Dark Fantasy (Subterranean Press) [44]
Sarah Pinborough "Our Man in the Sudan" The Second Humdrumming Book of Horror Stories (Humdrumming) [44]
John Kessel "Pride and Prometheus" Fantasy & Science Fiction [44]
2010 Karen Joy Fowler* "The Pelican Bar" Eclipse Three (Night Shade Books) [45]
R. B. Russell "In Hiding" Putting the Pieces in Place (Ex Occidente Press) [45]
Helen Keeble "A Journal of Certain Events of Scientific Interest from the First Survey Voyage of the Southern Waters by HMS Ocelot, As Observed by Professor Thaddeus Boswell, DPhil, MSc, or, A Lullaby" Strange Horizons [45]
Genevieve Valentine "Light on the Water" Fantasy Magazine [45]
Paul Park "The Persistence of Memory, or This Space for Sale" Postscripts [45]
Ellen Klages "Singing on a Star" Firebirds Soaring (Firebird Books) [45]
2011 Joyce Carol Oates* "Fossil-Figures" Stories: All-New Tales (William Morrow and Company) [46]
Christopher Fowler "Beautiful Men" Visitants: Stories of Fallen Angels and Heavenly Hosts (Ulysses Press) [46]
Karen Joy Fowler "Booth's Ghost" What I Didn't See and Other Stories (Small Beer Press) [46]
Kij Johnson "Ponies" Tor.com [46]
Mercurio D. Rivera "Tu Sufrimiento Shall Protect Us" Black Static [46]
2012 Ken Liu* "The Paper Menagerie" Fantasy & Science Fiction [47]
Steve Duffy "X for Demetrious" Blood and Other Cravings (Tor Books) [47]
Karen Joy Fowler "Younger Women" Subterranean Magazine [47]
Tim Powers "A Journey of Only Two Paces" The Bible Repairman and Other Stories (Tachyon Publications) [47]
E. Lily Yu "The Cartographer Wasps and the Anarchist Bees" Clarkesworld Magazine [47]
2013 Gregory Norman Bossert* "The Telling" Beneath Ceaseless Skies [48]
Jeffrey Ford "A Natural History of Autumn" Fantasy & Science Fiction [48]
Emily Gilman "The Castle That Jack Built" Beneath Ceaseless Skies [48]
Kat Howard "Breaking the Frame" Lightspeed [48]
Meghan McCarron "Swift, Brutal Retaliation" Tor.com [48]
2014 Caitlín R. Kiernan* "The Prayer of Ninety Cats" Subterranean Magazine [49]
Thomas Olde Heuvelt "The Ink Readers of Doi Saket" Tor.com [49]
Yoon Ha Lee "Effigy Nights" Clarkesworld Magazine [49]
Sofia Samatar "Selkie Stories Are for Losers" Strange Horizons [49]
Rachel Swirsky "If You Were a Dinosaur, My Love" Apex Magazine [49]
2015 Scott Nicolay* Do You Like to Look at Monsters? Fedogan & Bremer [5]
Kaaron Warren "Death's Door Café" Shadows & Tall Trees (Undertow Publications) [5]
Alyssa Wong "The Fisher Queen" Fantasy & Science Fiction [5]
Kelly Link "I Can See Right Through You" Timothy McSweeney's Quarterly Concern [5]
Ursula Vernon "Jackalope Wives" Apex Magazine [5]
2016 Alyssa Wong* "Hungry Daughters of Starving Mothers" Nightmare [6]
Tamsyn Muir "The Deepwater Bride" Fantasy & Science Fiction [6]
Sam J. Miller "The Heat of Us: Notes Toward an Oral History" Uncanny [6]
Selena Chambers "The Neurastheniac" Cassilda's Song (Chaosium) [6]
Amal El-Mohtar "Pockets" Uncanny [6]
2017 G. V. Anderson* "Das Steingeschöpf" Strange Horizons [50]
Rachael K. Jones "The Fall Shall Further the Flight in Me" Clockwork Phoenix 5 (Mythic Delirium) [50]
Maria Dahvana Headley "Little Widow" Nightmare [50]
Brooke Bolander "Our Talons Can Crush Galaxies" Uncanny [50]
Amal El-Mohtar "Seasons of Glass and Iron" The Starlit Wood (Saga Press) [50]

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