Bram Stoker Awards 2002

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Philip K. Dick <— 2002 thread —> Sturgeon

2003 <— Bram Stoker Awards —> 2001
Where and When: New York City : June 8, 2002
Eligibility Year: 2001
First Novel
Long Fiction
Short Fiction
  • Winner: “Reconstructing Amy”, Tim Lebbon (As the Sun Goes Down)
  • “The Haunt”, Jack Ketchum (Cemetery Dance #34 2001)
  • “I Am Your Need”, Mort Castle (Brainbox II: Son of Brainbox)
  • “Whose Puppets, Best and Worst, Are We?”, David B. Silva (Cemetery Dance #35 2001)
Fiction Collection
  • Winner: Extremes 2: Fantasy and Horror from the Ends of the Earth, Brian A. Hopkins, ed. (Lone Wolf Publications)
  • The Best of Horrorfind, Brian Keene, ed. (Horrorfind)
  • Trick or Treat: A Collection of Halloween Novellas, Richard Chizmar, ed. (Cemetery Dance Publications)
  • The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Fourteenth Annual Collection, Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, eds. (St. Martin's)
Illustrated Narrative
Work For Younger Readers
Poetry Collection
  • Winner: Consumed, Reduced to Beautiful Grey Ashes, Linda Addison (Space & Time)
  • Taunting the Minotaur, Charlee Jacob (Miniature Sun Press)
  • What the Cacodaemon Whispered, Chad Hensley (Flesh & Blood Press)
  • White Space, Bruce Boston (Dark Regions Press)
Alternative Forms
Life Achievement

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