World Fantasy

Some articles on world fantasy, fantasy:

Something Breathing - Reprints
... graphic sequence- accompanied by the full text of the poem- which debuted at the 1986 World Fantasy Convention in Providence, Rhode Island ... The new edition debuted in October 1987, in time for The World Fantasy Convention in Nashville, Tennessee and was debuted at a memorable Saturday night signing party hosted by the artist in the bar of the Hyatt ... Nolan, noted editor/writer Stanley Wiater, 1984 World Fantasy Artist of the Year Stephen Gervais and many others ...
Catherynne M. Valente
... appeared in Clarkesworld Magazine, the World Fantasy Award–winning anthologies Salon Fantastique and Paper Cities, along with numerous Year's Best volumes ... and her subsequent novels have been nominated for the Hugo, World Fantasy, and Locus awards ... won the Lambda Award for GLBT Science Fiction or Fantasy ...
Starlight (anthology Series) - Awards
... Starlight 1 won the World Fantasy Award for best anthology in 1997 ... Starlight 2 was nominated for the World Fantasy Award for best anthology in 1999 ... Kushner, first published in Starlight 2, was nominated for the World Fantasy Award for best short fiction that year also ...
Charles De Lint - Bibliography - Novellas
... Berlin (1989) The Fair in Emain Macha (1990) Our Lady of the Harbour (1991) — 1992 World Fantasy award nominee Paperjack (1992) — 1993 World Fantasy award nominee Death Leaves an Echo (part ...
Richard Bowes
... Bowes is an American author of science fiction and fantasy ... were published primarily in The Magazine of Fantasy Science Fiction, and later became the novel Minions of the Moon ... One story, "Streetcar Dreams," won the World Fantasy Award for Best Novella in 1998 ...

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