29 January 2010

2009 Aurealis Awards

Congratulations to the 2009 Aurealis Award winners.

best science fiction novel - Andrew McGahan, Wonders of a Godless World (A&U)
best science fiction short story - Peter M. Ball, ‘Clockwork, Patchwork and Ravens’ (Apex Magazine May 2009)
best fantasy novel - Trudi Canavan, Magician's Apprentice (Orbit)
best fantasy short story - Joint winners - Christopher Green, ‘Father’s Kill’, Beneath Ceaseless Skies #24 & Ian McHugh, 'Once a Month, On a Sunday’, Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine #40, Andromeda Spaceways Publishing Co-operative Ltd
best horror novel - Honey Brown, Red Queen (Penguin Australia)
best horror short story - Joint winners - Paul Haines, 'Wives' (6, Coeur de Lion Publishing) & Paul Haines, 'Slice of Life - A Spot of Liver' (Slice of Life, The Mayne Press)
best anthology - Jonathan Strahan (editor), Eclipse 3 (Night Shade Books)
best collection - Greg Egan, Oceanic, Gollancz (nb: The author declined to accept)
best illustated book/graphic novel - Nathan Jurevicius, Scarygirl (A&U)
best young adult novel - Scott Westerfeld, Leviathan Trilogy: Book One (Penguin)
best young adult short story - Cat Sparks, ‘Seventeen’ (Masques, CSFG)
best children’s (8-12 years) novel - Gabrielle Wang, A Ghost in My Suitcase (Puffin Books)
best children’s (8-12 years) short fiction/illustrated work/picture book - Pamela Freeman (author), Kim Gamble (illustrator), Victor's Challenge (Walker Books Australia)

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