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The news from November, 1997

More Award Announcements
World (American?) Fantasy Award

The winners were announced November 2, 1997 at the World Fantasy Convention in London, UK. This year's World Fantasy Awards will be presented at the World Fantasy Convention in Montery CA, October 29-November 1, 1998

British Fantasy Awards

The 1997 British Fantasy Awards were presented November 2 at the 1997 World Fantasy Convention in London.
World Fantasy Awards Winners 1997

Life Achievement Award: Madeleine L'Engle
Best Novel: Godmother Night, Rachel Pollack (St. Martin's)
Best Novella: A City in Winter, Mark Helprin (Viking Ariel)
Best Short Fiction: ''Thirteen Phantasms'', James P. Blaylock (Omni Online 10/96)
Best Anthology: Starlight 1, Patrick Nielsen Hayden, ed. (Tor)
Best Collection: The Wall of the Sky, the Wall of the Eye, Jonathan Lethem (Harcourt Brace)
Best Artist: Moebius (Jean Giraud)
Special Award - Professional :Michael J. Weldon, for The Psychotronic Video Guide
Special Award - Non-Professional: Barbara & Christopher Roden, for Ash-Tree Press
Special Convention Award: Hugh B. Cave


Best Novel : The Tooth Fairy, Graham Joyce (Signet)
Best Short Story: ''Dancing About Architecture'', Martin Simpson (The Third Alternative, Winter 1996/97)
Best Anthology/Collection: The Nightmare Factory, Thomas Ligotti (Raven Books)
Best Artist: Jim Burns
Best Small Press Publication: H.P. Lovecraft: A Life, S.T. Joshi (Necronomicon Press)
British Fantasy Special Award (The Karl Edward Wagner Award): Jo Fletcher

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