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World Fantasy Award—Novel
Awarded for The best fantasy story of 40,000 words or more published in English in the prior calendar year
Presented by World Fantasy Convention
First awarded 1975
Most recent winner Claire North (The Sudden Appearance of Hope)
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—Novel is given each year for fantasy novels published in English or translated into English. A work of fiction is defined by the organization as a novel if it is 40,000 words or longer; awards are also given out for pieces of shorter lengths in the Short Fiction and Long Fiction categories. The Novel category has been awarded annually since 1975.[4]

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][5] The panel of judges is typically made up of fantasy authors[6] 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.[5] 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.[7]

During the 43 nomination years, 151 authors have had works nominated; 43 of them have won, including ties. Five authors have won twice: Gene Wolfe, out of eight nominations; Tim Powers, out of five; Patricia McKillip, out of four; Jeffrey Ford, out of three; and James K. Morrow for both of his nominations. Wolfe has the most nominations for an author who has won at least once, while Stephen King has the most nominations without winning, at nine, followed by Charles L. Grant at six and Jonathan Carroll at five.

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Gene Wolfe is one of only five authors who have won the World Fantasy Award Novel category twice.

Winners and nominees[edit]

In the following table, the years correspond to the date of the ceremony, rather than when the novel 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 Novel Publisher(s)/publication Ref.
1975 Patricia A. McKillip* The Forgotten Beasts of Eld Atheneum Books [8]
H. Warner Munn Merlin's Ring Ballantine Books [8]
Poul Anderson A Midsummer Tempest Doubleday [8]
1976 Richard Matheson* Bid Time Return Viking Press [9]
Stephen King 'Salem's Lot Doubleday [9]
1977 William Kotzwinkle* Doctor Rat Alfred A. Knopf [10]
John Steinbeck The Acts of King Arthur and His Noble Knights Farrar, Straus and Giroux [10]
Karl Edward Wagner Dark Crusade Warner [10]
Ramsey Campbell The Doll Who Ate His Mother Bobbs-Merrill Company [10]
Gordon R. Dickson The Dragon and the George Ballantine Books [10]
Michael Moorcock The Sailor on the Seas of Fate Quartet, DAW Books [10]
1978 Fritz Leiber* Our Lady of Darkness Berkley Books [11]
Stephen R. Donaldson The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant, the Unbeliever Holt, Rinehart & Winston [11]
Charles L. Grant The Hour of the Oxrun Dead Doubleday [11]
1979 Michael Moorcock* Gloriana Avon Publications [12]
Les Daniels The Black Castle Charles Scribner's Sons [12]
Tanith Lee Night's Master DAW Books [12]
Charles L. Grant The Sound of Midnight Doubleday [12]
Stephen King The Stand Doubleday [12]
1980 Elizabeth A. Lynn* Watchtower Berkley Books [13]
Elizabeth A. Lynn The Dancers of Arun Berkley Books [13]
Patricia Wrightson The Dark Bright Water Atheneum Books [13]
Patricia A. McKillip Harpist in the Wind Atheneum Books [13]
Charles L. Grant The Last Call of Mourning Doubleday [13]
Chelsea Quinn Yarbro The Palace St. Martin's Press [13]
1981 Gene Wolfe* The Shadow of the Torturer Simon & Schuster [14]
Chelsea Quinn Yarbro Ariosto Pocket Books [14]
Parke Godwin Firelord Doubleday [14]
Stephen King The Mist Dark Forces (Viking Press) [14]
Peter Straub Shadowland Coward, McCann & Geoghegan [14]
1982 John Crowley* Little, Big Bantam Books [15]
Gene Wolfe The Claw of the Conciliator Timescape [15]
Ramsey Campbell The Nameless Macmillan Publishers [15]
Michael Moorcock The War Hound and the World's Pain Timescape [15]
D. M. Thomas The White Hotel Viking Press [15]
1983 Michael Shea* Nifft the Lean DAW Books [16]
George R. R. Martin Fevre Dream Poseidon Press [16]
Charles L. Grant The Nestling Pocket Books [16]
Thomas Tessier Phantom Atheneum Books [16]
Gene Wolfe The Sword of the Lictor Timescape [16]
1984 John M. Ford* The Dragon Waiting Timescape [17]
George R. R. Martin The Armageddon Rag Poseidon Press [17]
Jack Vance Lyonesse Berkley Books [17]
Stephen King Pet Sematary Doubleday [17]
R. A. MacAvoy Tea with the Black Dragon Bantam Books [17]
Manuel Mujica Láinez The Wandering Unicorn Taplinger [17]
1985 Barry Hughart* Bridge of Birds St. Martin's Press [18]
Robert Holdstock* Mythago Wood Victor Gollancz [18]
Diana Wynne Jones Archer's Goon Methuen Publishing [18]
T. E. D. Klein The Ceremonies Viking Press [18]
Stephen King The Talisman Viking Press [18]
Peter Straub
1986 Dan Simmons* Song of Kali Bluejay Books [19]
Clive Barker The Damnation Game Weidenfeld & Nicolson [19]
Lisa Goldstein The Dream Years Bantam Spectra [19]
Peter Carey Illywhacker Harper & Row [19]
Anne Rice The Vampire Lestat Alfred A. Knopf [19]
Paul Hazel Winterking Atlantic Monthly Press [19]
1987 Patrick Süskind* Perfume Alfred A. Knopf [20]
Stephen King It Viking Press [20]
Charles L. Grant The Pet Tor Books [20]
Gene Wolfe Soldier of the Mist Tor Books [20]
Dean Koontz Strangers Putnam Publishing Group [20]
Terry Bisson Talking Man Arbor House [20]
Margaret Mahy The Tricksters J. M. Dent & Sons [20]
1988 Ken Grimwood* Replay Arbor House [21]
John Crowley Ægypt Bantam Spectra [21]
Stephen King Misery Viking Press [21]
Tim Powers On Stranger Tides Ace Books [21]
Orson Scott Card Seventh Son Tor Books [21]
Robert R. McCammon Swan Song Pocket Books [21]
Clive Barker Weaveworld Poseidon Press, William Collins, Sons [21]
1989 Peter Straub* Koko E. P. Dutton, Viking Press [22]
Joe R. Lansdale The Drive-In Bantam Spectra [22]
Robert Cormier Fade Victor Gollancz, Delacorte Press [22]
James Blaylock The Last Coin Mark V. Ziesing, Ace Books [22]
Thomas Harris The Silence of the Lambs St. Martin's Press [22]
Jonathan Carroll Sleeping in Flame Legend, Doubleday [22]
1990 Jack Vance* Madouc Underwood–Miller [23]
Dan Simmons Carrion Comfort Dark Harvest [23]
Jonathan Carroll A Child Across the Sky Legend, Century [23]
Charles L. Grant In a Dark Dream Tor Books [23]
Gene Wolfe Soldier of Arete Tor Books [23]
Tim Powers The Stress of Her Regard Ace Books [23]
1991 James K. Morrow* Only Begotten Daughter William Morrow and Company [24]
Ellen Kushner* Thomas the Rhymer William Morrow and Company [24]
Terry Pratchett Good Omens Victor Gollancz, Workman Publishing Company [24]
Neil Gaiman
Valerie Martin Mary Reilly Doubleday [24]
Guy Gavriel Kay Tigana Viking Press [24]
1992 Robert R. McCammon* Boy's Life Pocket Books [25]
Emma Bull Bone Dance Ace Books [25]
A. A. Attanasio Hunting the Ghost Dancer HarperCollins [25]
Charles de Lint The Little Country William Morrow and Company [25]
Jonathan Carroll Outside the Dog Museum Macdonald [25]
James Blaylock The Paper Grail Ace Books [25]
1993 Tim Powers* Last Call William Morrow and Company [26]
Kim Newman Anno Dracula Simon & Schuster, Carroll & Graf Publishers [26]
Jane Yolen Briar Rose Tor Books [26]
Steve Szilagyi Photographing Fairies Ballantine Books [26]
Geoff Ryman Was HarperCollins, Alfred A. Knopf [26]
1994 Lewis Shiner* Glimpses William Morrow and Company [27]
Poppy Z. Brite Drawing Blood Delacorte Abyss [27]
Peter S. Beagle The Innkeeper's Song Roc Books [27]
Michael Swanwick The Iron Dragon's Daughter Millennium, Morrow AvoNova [27]
Judith Tarr Lord of the Two Lands Tor Books [27]
Kathe Koja Skin Delacorte Abyss [27]
Peter Straub The Throat E. P. Dutton, Borderlands Press [27]
1995 James K. Morrow* Towing Jehovah Harcourt Brace [28]
Michael Bishop Brittle Innings Bantam Books [28]
Brooke Stevens The Circus of the Earth and the Air Harcourt Brace [28]
Jonathan Carroll From the Teeth of Angels HarperCollins, Doubleday [28]
John Crowley Love & Sleep Bantam Books [28]
Elizabeth Hand Waking the Moon HarperCollins, HarperPrism [28]
1996 Christopher Priest* The Prestige Touchstone Books [29]
James Blaylock All the Bells on Earth Ace Books [29]
Tim Powers Expiration Date HarperCollins, Tor Books [29]
Vikram Chandra Red Earth and Pouring Rain Little, Brown and Company [29]
Graham Joyce Requiem Michael Joseph, Signet Creed [29]
Nina Kiriki Hoffman The Silent Strength of Stones AvoNova [29]
1997 Rachel Pollack* Godmother Night St. Martin's Press [30]
Marc Laidlaw The 37th Mandala St. Martin's Press [30]
William Kotzwinkle The Bear Went Over the Mountain Doubleday [30]
Mark Sumner Devil's Tower Del Rey Books [30]
George R. R. Martin A Game of Thrones HarperCollins Voyager, Bantam Spectra [30]
Melanie Rawn The Golden Key DAW Books [30]
Jennifer Roberson
Kate Elliott
Terence M. Green Shadow of Ashland Forge Books [30]
1998 Jeffrey Ford* The Physiognomy Avon Publications [31]
Harvey Jacobs American Goliath St. Martin's Press [31]
Arturo Pérez-Reverte The Club Dumas (nomination withdrawn)[Note 1] Harcourt Brace [31]
Eric Nylund Dry Water Avon Publications [31]
Patrick O'Leary The Gift Tor Books [31]
Charles de Lint Trader Tor Books [31]
1999 Louise Erdrich* The Antelope Wife HarperFlamingo [32]
Thomas Sullivan The Martyring Forge Books [32]
Sean Stewart Mockingbird Ace Books [32]
Guy Gavriel Kay Sailing to Sarantium Earthlight, Viking Press [32]
Charles de Lint Someplace to Be Flying Tor Books [32]
2000 Martin Scott* Thraxas Orbit Books [33]
Steven Erikson Gardens of the Moon Bantam Books [33]
James Blaylock The Rainy Season Ace Books [33]
Nina Kiriki Hoffman A Red Heart of Memories Ace Books [33]
Peter S. Beagle Tamsin Roc Books [33]
Terence M. Green A Witness to Life Forge Books [33]
2001 Tim Powers* Declare Subterranean Press, William Morrow and Company [34]
Sean Stewart* Galveston Ace Books [34]
Philip Pullman The Amber Spyglass Scholastic, Alfred A. Knopf [34]
Paula Volsky The Grand Ellipse Bantam Spectra [34]
Guy Gavriel Kay Lord of Emperors Viking Press, HarperPrism [34]
China Miéville Perdido Street Station Macmillan Publishers, Del Rey Books [34]
2002 Ursula K. Le Guin* The Other Wind Harcourt [35]
Neil Gaiman American Gods William Morrow and Company [35]
Jay Russell Brown Harvest Four Walls Eight Windows [35]
Lois McMaster Bujold The Curse of Chalion Eos [35]
Ray Bradbury From the Dust Returned William Morrow and Company [35]
Charles de Lint The Onion Girl Tor Books [35]
Jonathan Carroll The Wooden Sea Tor Books [35]
2003 Graham Joyce* The Facts of Life Victor Gollancz [36]
Patricia A. McKillip* Ombria in Shadow Ace Books [36]
Gregory Frost Fitcher's Brides Tor Books [36]
Jeffrey Ford The Portrait of Mrs. Charbuque William Morrow and Company [36]
China Miéville The Scar Macmillan Publishers, Del Rey Books [36]
2004 Jo Walton* Tooth and Claw Tor Books [37]
K. J. Bishop The Etched City Prime Books [37]
Kij Johnson Fudoki Tor Books [37]
Ian R. MacLeod The Light Ages Ace Books [37]
Jeff VanderMeer Veniss Underground Prime Books [37]
2005 Susanna Clarke* Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell Bloomsbury Press [38]
China Miéville Iron Council Del Rey Books, Macmillan Publishers [38]
Sean Stewart Perfect Circle Small Beer Press [38]
Stephen R. Donaldson The Runes of the Earth Putnam Publishing Group, Victor Gollancz [38]
Gene Wolfe The Wizard Knight Tor Books [38]
2006 Haruki Murakami* Kafka on the Shore Harvill Press, Alfred A. Knopf [39]
Graham Joyce The Limits of Enchantment Victor Gollancz, Atria [39]
Bret Easton Ellis Lunar Park Alfred A. Knopf, Macmillan Publishers [39]
Patricia A. McKillip Od Magic Ace Books [39]
Paul Park A Princess of Roumania Tor Books [39]
Hal Duncan Vellum Macmillan Publishers, Del Rey Books [39]
2007 Gene Wolfe* Soldier of Sidon Tor Books [40]
Scott Lynch The Lies of Locke Lamora Victor Gollancz, Bantam Spectra [40]
Stephen King Lisey's Story Charles Scribner's Sons, Hodder & Stoughton [40]
Catherynne M. Valente In the Night Garden Bantam Spectra [40]
Ellen Kushner The Privilege of the Sword Bantam Spectra, Small Beer Press [40]
2008 Guy Gavriel Kay* Ysabel Viking Press, Roc Books [41]
John Marks Fangland Penguin Press [41]
Will Shetterly The Gospel of the Knife Tor Books [41]
Michael Marshall Smith The Servants Earthling Publications [41]
Emma Bull Territory Tor Books [41]
2009 Jeffrey Ford* The Shadow Year William Morrow and Company [42]
Margo Lanagan* Tender Morsels Allen & Unwin, Alfred A. Knopf [42]
Neil Gaiman The Graveyard Book HarperCollins, Bloomsbury Press [42]
Kage Baker The House of the Stag Tor Books [42]
Daryl Gregory Pandemonium Del Rey Books [42]
2010 China Miéville* The City & the City Macmillan Publishers, Del Rey Books [43]
James Enge Blood of Ambrose Pyr [43]
Jeff VanderMeer Finch Underland Press [43]
Kit Whitfield In Great Waters Jonathan Cape, Del Rey Books [43]
Caitlín R. Kiernan The Red Tree Roc Books [43]
2011 Nnedi Okorafor* Who Fears Death DAW Books [44]
N. K. Jemisin The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms Orbit Books [44]
Karen Lord Redemption in Indigo Small Beer Press [44]
Graham Joyce The Silent Land Victor Gollancz, Doubleday [44]
Guy Gavriel Kay Under Heaven Viking Press, Roc Books [44]
Lauren Beukes Zoo City Jacana Media, Angry Robot [44]
2012 Lavie Tidhar* Osama DAW Books [45]
Stephen King 11/22/63 Charles Scribner's Sons [45]
Jo Walton Among Others Tor Books [45]
George R. R. Martin A Dance with Dragons Tor Books [45]
Christopher Buehlman Those Across the River Ace Books [45]
2013 G. Willow Wilson* Alif the Unseen Grove, Corvus [46]
N. K. Jemisin The Killing Moon Orbit Books [46]
Graham Joyce Some Kind of Fairy Tale Victor Gollancz [46]
Caitlín R. Kiernan The Drowning Girl Roc Books [46]
Anna Tambour Crandolin Chomu Press [46]
2014 Sofia Samatar* A Stranger in Olondria Small Beer Press [47]
Richard Bowes Dust Devil on a Quiet Street Lethe Press [47]
Marie Brennan A Natural History of Dragons: A Memoir by Lady Trent Tor Books [47]
Neil Gaiman The Ocean at the End of the Lane William Morrow and Company [47]
Helene Wecker The Golem and the Jinni Harper [47]
Gene Wolfe The Land Across Tor Books [47]
2015 David Mitchell* The Bone Clocks Random House [48]
Jeff VanderMeer Area X: The Southern Reach Trilogy Farrar, Straus and Giroux [48]
Robert Jackson Bennett City of Stairs Jo Fletcher Books [48]
Katherine Addison The Goblin Emperor Tor Books [48]
Jo Walton My Real Children Tor Books [48]
2016 Anna Smaill* The Chimes Sceptre [49]
N. K. Jemisin The Fifth Season Orbit Books [49]
Naomi Novik Uprooted Del Rey Books [49]
K. J. Parker Savages Subterranean Press [49]
Kazuo Ishiguro The Buried Giant Alfred A. Knopf [49]
Paul Tremblay A Head Full of Ghosts William Morrow and Company [49]
2017 Claire North* The Sudden Appearance of Hope Redhook Books [50]
Mishell Baker Borderline Saga Press [50]
Matt Ruff Lovecraft Country Harper [50]
N. K. Jemisin The Obelisk Gate Orbit Books [50]
Betsy James Roadsouls Aqueduct Press [50]

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