world fantasy award

Mythago Wood: a True Fantasy Masterwork

I’ve written about Robert Holdstock a number of times since his untimely death, five years ago. Along with most of the Gollancz team, I was lucky enough to know the man as well as the […]

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Fantasy Masterwork of the Week: Ombria in Shadow

Our latest Fantasy Masterwork of the Week won the World Fantasy Award for best novel in 2002 – the second win for its author, the highly-acclaimed Patricia A. McKillip: Ombria in Shadow. The Prince of […]

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SF Gateway & Gollancz: the World Fantasy Award Winners

So far this year, we’ve looked at how Gollancz and SF Gateway have fared in the Hugo, Nebula, Arthur C. Clarke, BSFA, John W. Campbell Memorial and British Fantasy Awards. Now, as we move towards the […]

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Author of the Month: Joe Haldeman

Only a handful of writers have won both the Hugo and Nebula Awards for the same novel, twice. October’s Author of the Month is one of those writers, winning the 1976 Hugo and Nebula Awards for The […]

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New Book of the Week: Godmother Night

Our current New Book of the Week won the 1997 World Fantasy Award for best novel: Rachel Pollack‘s Godmother Night. Almost a set of short stories, this novel breaks into discrete episodes, centered on identity, […]

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Robert Holdstock: An Anniversary Remembrance

Yesterday was publication day for another four SF Gateway omnibuses – more classic novels returned to print by such giants of the field as Clifford D. Simak (eBook | trade paperback), John Sladek (eBook | […]

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The World Fantasy Awards

Huge congratulations to the winners of the World Fantasy Awards, which were presented over the weekend at the World Fantasy Convention in Brighton.  It’s become something of a cliché to say that it’s an honour […]

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