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Here are this year’s British Fantasy Award winners.

Snigdha Koirala

September 27, 2021, 1:45pm

This weekend, at Fantasy Con, the UK’s oldest convention for fantasy, horror, and science fiction, the British Fantasy Society announced the 2021 British Fantasy Award Winners. The jury also recognized Katherine Fowler with the Legends Award, and Alasdair Stuart with the Karl Edward Wagner Special Award. Here are the winners:

The Sydney J. Bounds Award for Best Newcomer:
Kathleen Jennings, Flyaway (Tordotcom)

Best Anthology:
Zelda Knight & Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki, eds. Dominion: An Anthology of Speculative Fiction from Africa and the African Diaspora (Aurelia Leo)

Best Collection:
Charlotte Bond, The Watcher in the Woods (Black Shuck Books)

Best Comic/Graphic Novel:
Kieron Gillen & Stephanie Hans, DIE Vol. 2: Split the Party (Image Comics)

Best Film/Television Production:
The Boys: What I Know (season 2, episode 8), written by Rebecca Sonnenshine & Eric Kripke

Best Short Fiction:
Ida Keogh, “Infinite Tea in the Demara Café,” by  (in London Centric: Tales of Future London; Newcon Press)

Best Artist:
Daniele Serra

Best Independent Press:
Luna Press Publishing

Best Magazine/Periodical:
Strange Horizons

Best Non-Fiction:
Alison Peirse, Women Make Horror: Filmmaking, Feminism, Genre (Rutgers University Press)

Best Novella:
P. Djèlí Clark, Ring Shout (Tordotcom)

Best Audio:
Jonathan Sims, The Magnus Archives (Rusty Quill)

The August Derleth Award for Best Horror Novel:
Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Mexican Gothic (Jo Fletcher Books)

The Robert Holdstock Award for Best Fantasy Novel:
Alix E. Harrow, The Once and Future Witches (Orbit)

The Karl Edward Wagner Special Award:
Alasdair Stuart

 

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