(10/30/00 1:25:02 am)
|The World Fantasy Award|
Good news to report: "Silver Birch, Blood Moon," which was volume 5 in the series of adult fairy tale anthologies published by Avon Books, just won the World Fantasy Award.
(10/30/00 4:53:01 am)
Congratulations to you and Ellen! An award well deserved! Any idea who won the novel award?
(10/30/00 2:50:25 pm)
|Hip Hip Hooray!|
Congratulations! And the book certainly deserved it.
(10/30/00 3:39:38 pm)
|Re: Hip Hip Hooray!|
Congratscongratscongrats! (Sorry, I'm still in fairy-mode from dressing up for work today) A hearty congratulations on this grand achievement!
(10/30/00 4:57:30 pm)
Oh, how wonderful! Many many congratulations, all piled in a teetering heap and tied with a silver bow!
(10/30/00 7:01:11 pm)
I also want to add my congrats! Well deserved to say the least. Gail
(10/31/00 2:09:47 am)
Midori, here's the full awards info, which Ellen Datlow just sent to me:
World Fantasy Awards Presented
The 2000 World Fantasy Awards were presented at the World Fantasy
Convention held in Corpus Christi, Texas, Oct. 29, according to the
Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America Web site.
The awards recognize works published in 1999. A full list of winners
Thraxas by Martin Scott
Best Novella (Tie)
"The Transformation of Martin Lake" by Jeff VanderMeer
and "Sky Eyes" by Laurel Winter
Best Short Fiction
"The Chop Girl" by Ian R. MacLeod
Silver Birch Blood Moon, Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, eds.
Best Collection (Tie)
Moonlight and Vines by Charles de Lint
and Reave the Just and Other Tales by Stephen R. Donaldson
Jason Van Hollander
Special Award, Professional
Gordon Van Gelder for editing F&SF
Special Award, Non-Professional
The British Fantasy Society