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British Fantasy Awards 2011 Shortlist

June 30, 2011

The shortlist for the 2011 British Fantasy Awards has been announced.  I’m very pleased to have made the shortlist for Best Artist again, but this year an extra nice surprise for me was that my art book Altered Visions: The Art of Vincent Chong, published by Telos, has also been nominated in the Best Non-Fiction category.  Altered Visions is still available from Telos and more details on the book can be found here.  You can see the full shortlist for the awards below.

BEST NOVEL (AUGUST DERLETH FANTASY AWARD)
Apartment 16 – Adam Nevill – Pan McMillan
Demon Dance – Sam Stone – The House Of Murky Depths
Leaping, The – Tom Fletcher – Quercus
Pretty Little Dead Things – Gary McMahon – Angry Robot
Silent Land, The – Graham Joyce – Gollancz

BEST NOVELLA
1922 – Stephen King – Hodder & Stoughton
Humpty’s Bones – Simon Clark – Telos
Ponthe Oldenguine – Andrew Hook – Atomic Fez
Sparrowhawk – Paul Finch – Pendragon
Thief of Broken Toys, The – Tim Lebbon – ChiZine

BEST SHORT STORY
“Beautiful Room, The” – R B Russell – Nightjar
“Fool’s Gold” – Sam Stone – NewCon
“Lure, The” – Nicholas Royle – Solaris
“Otterburn” – Jan Edwards – Estronomicon
“Something For Nothing” – Joe Essid – PS Publishing

BEST COLLECTION
Full Dark, No Stars – Stephen King – Hodder & Stoughton
Gravedigger’s Tale: Fables of Fear, The – Simon Clark – Robert Hale
Last Exit for the Lost – Tim Lebbon – Cemetery Dance
One Monster Is Not Enough – Paul Finch – Gray Friar
Walkers in the Dark – Paul Finch – Ash Tree

BEST ANTHOLOGY
Back From the Dead: The Legacy of the Pan Book of Horror Stories – Johnny Mains – Noose & Gibbet
End of the Line, The – Jonathan Oliver – Solaris
Mammoth Book of Best New Horror Volume 21, The – Stephen Jones – Robinson & Constable
Never Again – Allyson Bird & Joel Lane – Gray Friar
Zombie Apocalypse! – Stephen Jones – Robinson & Constable

BEST NON-FICTION
Altered Visions: The Art of Vincent Chong – Telos
Cinema Futura – Ed. Mark Morris – PS Publishing
Fantastic TV: 50 Years of Cult Fantasy and Science Fiction – Steven Savile – Plexus
M P Shiel: The Middle Years 1897-1923 – Harold Billings – Roger Beacham
Shrieking Sixties, The – Darrel Buxton – Midnight Marquee

BEST ARTIST
Ben Baldwin
Daniele Serra
Les Edwards
Paul Mudie
Vincent Chong

BEST SMALL PRESS
Atomic Fez – Ian Alexander Martin
Gray Friar Press – Gary Fry
Pendragon Press – Christopher Teague
Telos Publishing – David J Howe and Stephen James Walker
TTA Press – Andy Cox

BEST MAGAZINE/PERIODICAL
Black Static – Andy Cox – TTA
Cemetery Dance – Rich Chizmar
Murky Depths – Terry Martin – The House Of Murky Depths
Shadows and Tall Trees – Michael Kelly – Undertow Publications
Strange Horizons – Susan Marie Groppi

BEST GRAPHIC NOVEL
Clint – Mark Millar – Titan
Grandville Mon Amour – Bryan Talbot – Jonathan Cape
Neonomicon – Alan Moore & Jacen Burrows – Avatar
The Mountains of Madness – Ian Culbard – Self Made Hero
Unwritten Vols 1 & 2, The – Mike Carey & Peter Gross – Titan Books

BEST FILM
Alice in Wonderland – Tim Burton – Walt Disney
Inception – Christopher Nolan – Syncopy Films
Kick-Ass – Matthew Vaughn – Lionsgate
Monsters – Gareth Edwards – Vertigo Films
Scott Pilgrim vs The World – Edgar Wright – Universal Pictures

BEST TELEVISION
A History of Horror With Mark Gatiss – Mark Gatiss – BBC
Being Human – Toby Whithouse – BBC
Doctor Who – Steven Moffat – BBC
Sherlock – Steven Moffat – BBC
True Blood – Alan Ball – HBO

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