World Fantasy Award—Long Fiction

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World Fantasy Award—Long Fiction
Awarded for The best fantasy story of 10,000 to 40,000 words published in English in the prior calendar year
Presented by World Fantasy Convention
First awarded 1982
Most recent winner Kij Johnson (The Dream-Quest of Vellitt Boe)
Website worldfantasy.org/index.php/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—Long Fiction is given each year for fantasy stories published in English. A work of fiction is eligible for the category if it is between 10,000 and 40,000 words in length; awards are also given out for longer pieces in the Novel category and shorter lengths in the Short Fiction category. The Long Fiction category has been awarded annually since 1982, though between 1975—when the World Fantasy Awards were instated—and 1982 the short fiction category covered works of up to 40,000 words.[4] In 2016, the name of the category was changed from Best Novella to Long Fiction.[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 36 nomination years, 128 authors have had works nominated; 37 of them have won, including ties and co-authors. Only three authors have won more than once: Elizabeth Hand, with three wins out of eight nominations; Richard Bowes, with two wins out of three nominations; and K. J. Parker, who also won twice out of three nominations. Of authors who have won at least once, Hand has the most nominations, followed by George R. R. Martin at five and Ursula K. Le Guin at four. Lucius Shepard has the most nominations without winning and the most overall at ten; he is followed by Kim Newman, who has six 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.
1982 Parke Godwin* "The Fire When It Comes" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [10]
C. J. Cherryh Ealdwood Donald M. Grant [10]
Robert Holdstock "Mythago Wood" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [10]
Karl Edward Wagner "The River of Night's Dreaming" Whispers III (Doubleday) [10]
1983 Charles L. Grant* "Confess the Seasons" Perpetual Light (Warner Books) [11]
Karl Edward Wagner* "Beyond Any Measure" Whispers [11]
Stephen King "The Breathing Method" Different Seasons (Viking Press) [11]
Fritz Leiber "Horrible Imaginings" Death (Playboy Press) [11]
Charles L. Grant "Night's Swift Dragons" Nightmare Seasons (Doubleday) [11]
1984 Kim Stanley Robinson* "Black Air" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [12]
Scott Baker "The Lurking Duck" Omni [12]
Michael Bishop "The Monkey's Bride" Heroic Visions (Ace Books) [12]
Tanith Lee "Nunc Dimittis" The Dodd, Mead Gallery of Horror (Dodd, Mead and Company) [12]
Elizabeth A. Lynn The Red Hawk Cheap Street [12]
1985 Geoff Ryman* "The Unconquered Country" Interzone [13]
Stephen King "The Ballad of the Flexible Bullet" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [13]
Gerald Pearce "In the Sumerian Marshes" Amazing Stories [13]
Clive Barker "Jacqueline Ess: Her Will and Testament" Clive Barker's Books of Blood, Vol. II (Sphere Books) [13]
Lucius Shepard "The Man Who Painted the Dragon Griaule" The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [13]
1986 T. E. D. Klein* "Nadelman's God" Dark Gods (Viking Press) [14]
David Morrell "Dead Image" Night Visions 2 (Dark Harvest) [14]
Chelsea Quinn Yarbro "Do I Dare to Eat a Peach?" Shadows 8 (Doubleday) [14]
Peter Dickinson "Flight" Imaginary Lands (Ace Books) [14]
Kate Wilhelm "The Gorgon Field" Asimov's Science Fiction [14]
1987 Orson Scott Card* "Hatrack River" Asimov's Science Fiction [15]
Connie Willis "Chance" Asimov's Science Fiction [15]
Clive Barker "The Hellbound Heart" Night Visions 3 (Dark Harvest) [15]
Tim Powers Night Moves Axolotl Press [15]
J. N. Williamson "The Night Seasons" Night Cry [15]
1988 Ursula K. Le Guin* "Buffalo Gals, Won't You Come Out Tonight" Fantasy & Science Fiction [16]
Robert R. McCammon "Best Friends" Night Visions 4 (Dark Harvest) [16]
Alan Rodgers "The Boy Who Came Back from the Dead" Masques II (Maclay & Associates) [16]
Alan Moore "A Hypothetical Lizard" Liavek: Wizard's Row (Ace Books) [16]
Scott Baker "Nesting Instinct" The Architecture of Fear (Arbor House) [16]
George R. R. Martin "The Pear-Shaped Man" Omni [16]
Lucius Shepard "Shades" In the Field of Fire (Tor Books) [16]
1989 George R. R. Martin* "The Skin Trade" Night Visions 5 (Dark Harvest) [17]
Jane Yolen "The Devil's Arithmetic" Viking Kestrel [17]
Sheri S. Tepper "The Gardener" Night Visions 6 (Dark Harvest) [17]
Lucius Shepard "The Scalehunter's Beautiful Daughter" Asimov's Science Fiction [17]
1990 John Crowley* "Great Work of Time" Novelty (Doubleday) [18]
Michael Bishop Apartheid, Superstrings, and Mordecai Thubana Axolotl Press [18]
Howard Waldrop A Dozen Tough Jobs Mark V. Ziesing [18]
Lucius Shepard "The Father of Stones" Asimov's Science Fiction [18]
Joe R. Lansdale "On the Far Side of the Cadillac Desert with Dead Folks" Book of the Dead (Bantam Books) [18]
1991 Pat Murphy* "Bones" Asimov's Science Fiction [19]
F. Paul Wilson "The Barrens" Lovecraft's Legacy (Tor Books) [19]
Jonathan Carroll Black Cocktail Legend Press [19]
Joe Haldeman "The Hemingway Hoax" Asimov's Science Fiction [19]
1992 Robert Holdstock* "The Ragthorn" A Whisper of Blood (William Morrow and Company) [20]
Garry Kilworth*
Kristine Kathryn Rusch The Gallery of His Dreams Axolotl Press [20]
C. J. Cherryh "Gwydion and the Dragon" Once Upon a Time (Legend Press) [20]
Charles de Lint Our Lady of the Harbour Axolotl Press [20]
S. P. Somtow "The Pavilion of Frozen Women" Cold Shocks (Avon) [20]
Darrell Schweitzer "To Become a Sorcerer" Weird Tales [20]
1993 Peter Straub* "The Ghost Village" MetaHorror (Abyss) [21]
Charles de Lint "Paperjack" Fantasy & Science Fiction [21]
Bradley Denton "The Territory" Fantasy & Science Fiction [21]
Jonathan Carroll "Uh-Oh City" Fantasy & Science Fiction [21]
Nina Kiriki Hoffman Unmasking Axolotl Press [21]
1994 Terry Lamsley* "Under the Crust" Under the Crust (Wendigo) [22]
Elizabeth Hand "The Erl-King" Full Spectrum 4 (Bantam Spectra) [22]
Harlan Ellison Mefisto in Onyx Mark V. Ziesing [22]
Jack Cady "The Night We Buried Road Dog" Fantasy & Science Fiction [22]
Walter Jon Williams "Wall, Stone, Craft" Fantasy & Science Fiction [22]
1995 Elizabeth Hand* "Last Summer at Mars Hill" Fantasy & Science Fiction [23]
Peter Straub "Fee" Borderlands 4 (Borderlands Press) [23]
Brian W. Aldiss "The God Who Slept With Women" Asimov's Science Fiction [23]
Lucius Shepard "The Last Time" Little Deaths (Millennium) [23]
Kim Newman "Out of the Night, When the Full Moon Is Bright..." The Mammoth Book of Werewolves (Carroll & Graf Publishers) [23]
Robert Devereaux "A Slow Red Whisper of Sand" Love In Vein (HarperPrism) [23]
1996 Michael Swanwick* "Radio Waves" Omni [24]
Ursula K. Le Guin "Ether OR" Asimov's Science Fiction [24]
Nina Kiriki Hoffman "Home for Christmas" Fantasy & Science Fiction [24]
Jonathan Lethem "The Insipid Profession of Jonathan Hornebom" Full Spectrum 5 (Bantam Spectra) [24]
Michael Marshall Smith "More Tomorrow" Dark Terrors (Victor Gollancz) [24]
Tim Powers Where They Are Hid Charnel House [24]
1997 Mark Helprin* A City in Winter Viking Ariel [25]
Suzy McKee Charnas "Beauty and the Opéra or The Phantom Beast" Asimov's Science Fiction [25]
George R. R. Martin "Blood of the Dragon" Asimov's Science Fiction [25]
Susan Palwick "GI Jesus" Starlight 1 (Tor Books) [25]
Michael Marshall Smith "Hell Hath Enlarged Herself" Dark Terrors 2 (Victor Gollancz) [25]
1998 Richard Bowes* "Streetcar Dreams" Fantasy & Science Fiction [26]
Kim Newman "Coppola's Dracula" The Mammoth Book of Dracula (Robinson Publishing) [26]
Brian Hodge "The Dripping of Sundered Wineskins" Love In Vein II (HarperPrism) [26]
Ellen Kushner "The Fall of the Kings" Bending the Landscape: Fantasy (White Wolf Publishing) [26]
Delia Sherman
Douglas E. Winter "The Zombies of Madison County" Dark of the Night (Pumpkin Books) [26]
1999 Ian R. MacLeod* "The Summer Isles" Asimov's Science Fiction [27]
A. S. Byatt "Cold" Elementals: Stories of Fire and Ice (Chatto & Windus) [27]
Ursula K. Le Guin "Dragonfly" Legends (Voyager Books) [27]
George R. R. Martin "The Hedge Knight" Legends (Voyager Books) [27]
Peter Straub "Mr. Clubb and Mr. Cuff" Murder for Revenge (Delacorte Press) [27]
2000 Laurel Winter* "Sky Eyes" Fantasy & Science Fiction [28]
Jeff VanderMeer* "The Transformation of Martin Lake" Palace Corbie Eight (Merrimack Books) [28]
Lucius Shepard "Crocodile Rock" Fantasy & Science Fiction [28]
Tanith Lee "Scarlet and Gold" Weird Tales [28]
Connie Willis "The Winds of Marble Arch" Asimov's Science Fiction [28]
Michael Meddor "The Wizard Retires" Fantasy & Science Fiction [28]
2001 Steve Rasnic Tem* The Man on the Ceiling American Fantasy Press [29]
Melanie Tem*
Michael Bishop "Blue Kansas Sky" Blue Kansas Sky (Golden Gryphon Press) [29]
Elizabeth Hand "Chip Crockett's Christmas Carol" Sci Fiction [29]
Glen Hirshberg "Mr. Dark's Carnival" Shadows and Silence (Ash-Tree Press) [29]
Susanna Clarke "Mr. Simonelli or the Fairy Widower" Black Heart, Ivory Bones (Avon Publications) [29]
David Case "Pelican Cay" Dark Terrors 5 (Victor Gollancz) [29]
Ted Chiang "Seventy-Two Letters" Vanishing Acts (Tor Books) [29]
2002 S. P. Somtow* "The Bird Catcher" The Museum of Horrors (Leisure Books) [30]
Elizabeth Hand "Cleopatra Brimstone" Redshift (Roc Books) [30]
Lucius Shepard "Eternity and Afterward" Fantasy & Science Fiction [30]
Ursula K. Le Guin "The Finder" Tales from Earthsea (Harcourt) [30]
Paul Di Filippo "Karuna, Inc." Fantastic Stories of the Imagination [30]
Glen Hirshberg "Struwwelpeter" Sci Fiction [30]
2003 Zoran Živković* "The Library" Leviathan 3 (The Ministry of Whimsy Press) [31]
Neil Gaiman Coraline HarperCollins [31]
Elizabeth Hand "The Least Trumps" Conjunctions [31]
Charles de Lint Seven Wild Sisters Subterranean Press [31]
Paul Di Filippo A Year in the Linear City PS Publishing [31]
2004 Greer Gilman* "A Crowd of Bone" Trampoline (Small Beer Press) [32]
Glen Hirshberg "Dancing Men" The Dark (Tor Books) [32]
Jeffrey Ford "The Empire of Ice Cream" Sci Fiction [32]
Simon Clark "Exorcising Angels" Exorcising Angels (Earthling Publications) [32]
Tim Lebbon
Kelly Link "The Hortlak" The Dark (Tor Books) [32]
2005 Michael Shea* "The Growlimb" Fantasy & Science Fiction [33]
Gene Wolfe "Golden City Far" Flights (Roc Books) [33]
Lisa Tuttle My Death PS Publishing [33]
Kim Newman "Soho Golem" Sci Fiction [33]
Leena Krohn Tainaron: Mail from Another City Prime Books [33]
2006 Joe Hill* Voluntary Committal Subterranean Press [34]
Simon Morden Another War Telos Publishing [34]
Laird Barron "The Imago Sequence" Fantasy & Science Fiction [34]
Michael Cunningham "In the Machine" Specimen Days (Farrar, Straus and Giroux) [34]
Kelly Link "Magic for Beginners" Magic for Beginners (Small Beer Press) [34]
Tanith Lee "UOUS" The Fair Folk (Science Fiction Book Club) [34]
2007 Jeffrey Ford* "Botch Town" The Empire of Ice Cream (Golden Gryphon Press) [35]
Norman Partridge Dark Harvest Cemetery Dance Publications [35]
Ysabeau S. Wilce "The Lineaments of Gratified Desire" Fantasy & Science Fiction [35]
Kim Newman "The Man Who Got Off the Ghost Train" The Man from the Diogenes Club (MonkeyBrain Books) [35]
M. Rickert "Map of Dreams" Map of Dreams (Golden Gryphon Press) [35]
2008 Elizabeth Hand* Illyria PS Publishing [36]
Kim Newman "Cold Snap" The Secret Files of the Diogenes Club (MonkeyBrain Books) [36]
Ian R. MacLeod "The Master Miller's Tale" Fantasy & Science Fiction [36]
Robert Edric The Mermaids PS Publishing [36]
Lucius Shepard "Stars Seen through Stone" Fantasy & Science Fiction [36]
2009 Richard Bowes* "If Angels Fight" Fantasy & Science Fiction [37]
Nisi Shawl "Good Boy" Filter House (Aqueduct Press) [37]
Neil Gaiman Odd and the Frost Giants Bloomsbury Publishing [37]
Albert E. Cowdrey "The Overseer" Fantasy & Science Fiction [37]
Peter S. Beagle "Uncle Chaim and Aunt Rifke and the Angel" Strange Roads (DreamHaven Books) [37]
2010 Margo Lanagan* "Sea-Hearts" X 6 (Coeur de Lion Publishing) [38]
Paul Witcover "Everland" Everland and Other Stories (PS Publishing) [38]
Richard Bowes "I Needs Must Part, the Policeman Said" Fantasy & Science Fiction [38]
Steve Duffy "The Lion's Den" Cern Zoo (Megazanthus Press) [38]
Andy Duncan The Night Cache PS Publishing [38]
Kage Baker The Women of Nell Gwynne's Subterranean Press [38]
2011 Elizabeth Hand* "The Maiden Flight of McCauley's Bellerophon" Stories (William Morrow and Company) [39]
Elizabeth Bear Bone and Jewel Creatures Subterranean Press [39]
Michael Byers The Broken Man PS Publishing [39]
Rachel Swirsky The Lady Who Plucked Red Flowers beneath the Queen's Window Subterranean Press [39]
George R. R. Martin "The Mystery Knight" Warriors (Tor Books) [39]
Tim Lebbon The Thief of Broken Toys ChiZine Publications [39]
2012 K. J. Parker* "A Small Price to Pay for Birdsong" Subterranean Magazine [40]
Elizabeth Hand "Near Zennor" A Book of Horrors (Jo Fletcher Books) [40]
Robert Shearman "Alice Through the Plastic Sheet" A Book of Horrors (Jo Fletcher Books) [40]
Lucius Shepard "Rose Street Attractors" Ghosts by Gaslight (Harper Voyager) [40]
Catherynne M. Valente "Silently and Very Fast" Clarkesworld Magazine [40]
2013 K. J. Parker* "Let Maps to Others" Subterranean Magazine [41]
Laird Barron "Hand of Glory" The Book of Cthulhu II (Night Shade Books) [41]
Brandon Sanderson The Emperor's Soul Tachyon Publications [41]
Lucius Shepard "The Skull" The Dragon Griaule (Subterranean Press) [41]
Kaaron Warren "Sky" Through Splintered Walls (Twelfth Planet Press) [41]
2014 Andy Duncan* "Wakulla Springs" Tor.com [42]
Ellen Klages*
Caitlín R. Kiernan Black Helicopters Subterranean Press [42]
K. J. Parker "The Sun and I" Subterranean Magazine [42]
Veronica Schanoes "Burning Girls" Tor.com [42]
Catherynne M. Valente Six-Gun Snow White Subterranean Press [42]
2015 Daryl Gregory* We Are All Completely Fine Tachyon Publications [5]
Kai Ashante Wilson "The Devil in America" Tor.com [5]
Rachel Swirsky "Grand Jeté (The Great Leap)" Subterranean Magazine [5]
Michael Libling "Hollywood North" Fantasy & Science Fiction [5]
Mary Rickert "The Mothers of Voorhisville" Tor.com [5]
Pasi Ilmari Jääskeläinen "Where the Trains Turn" Tor.com [5]
2016 Kelly Barnhill* The Unlicensed Magician PS Publishing [6]
Bud Webster "Farewell Blues" Fantasy & Science Fiction [6]
Kim Newman "Guignol" Horrorology (Jo Fletcher Books) [6]
Usman T. Malik "The Pauper Prince and the Eucalyptus Jinn" Tor.com [6]
Kelly Robson "Waters of Versailles" Tor.com [6]
2017 Kij Johnson* The Dream-Quest of Vellitt Boe Tor.com [43]
Victor LaValle The Ballad of Black Tom Tor.com [43]
Paul F. Olson "Bloodybones" Whispered Echoes (Cemetery Dance Publications) [43]
Seanan McGuire Every Heart a Doorway Tor.com [43]
Kai Ashante Wilson A Taste of Honey Tor.com [43]

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