World Fantasy Awards 1985

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Nebula <— 1985 thread —> British Fantasy

1986 <— World Fantasy Awards —> 1984
Where and When: World Fantasy Convention, Tucson AZ : November 3, 1985
Eligibility Year: 1984
Judges: Suzy McKee Charnas, Jo Fletcher, George R. R. Martin, Baird Searles, Terri Windling
Life Achievement
  • Winner: “The Unconquered Country”, Geoff Ryman (Interzone #7 Spring 1984)
  • “The Ballad of the Flexible Bullet”, Stephen King (F&SF Jun 1984)
  • “In the Sumerian Marshes”, Gerald Pearce (Amazing Stories Sep 1984)
  • “Jacqueline Ess: Her Will and Testament”, Clive Barker (Clive Barker's Books of Blood, Vol. II)
  • “The Man Who Painted the Dragon Griaule”, Lucius Shepard (F&SF Dec 1984)
Short Story
  • Winner (tie): “The Bones Wizard”, Alan Ryan (Whispers #21/22 Dec 1984)
  • Winner (tie): “Still Life with Scorpion”, Scott Baker (Asimov's May 1984)
  • “Bad Medicine”, Jack Dann (Asimov's Oct 1984)
  • “Nightcrawlers”, Robert R. McCammon (Masques)
Special Award, Professional
Special Award, Non-professional
Special Convention Award

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