EEEEEK! Bram Stoker Awards Announced

Bram Stoker Award statuette of haunted house
book cover of Dr. Sleep book cover of Alabaster: Wolves book cover of The Beautiful Thing That Awaits Us All

The Hugos' rocket trophy is pretty cool and the Agathas' teacup is cozy, but the Bram Stokers' gargoyled, rat-infested haunted house award is the creepiest!

The Stokers have been awarded by the Horror Writers Association since 1987 and the latest winners were announced at their convention in Portland last month. The winners are:

Superior Achievement in a Novel

Doctor Sleep by Stephen King

Also available in Large Print and Audio

Super Achievement in a First Novel

The Evolutionist by Rena Mason

Super Achievement in a YA Novel

Dog Days: Deadly Passage by Joe McKinney

Superior Achievement in a Graphic Novel

Alabaster Wolves by Caitlin R. Kiernan

Superior Achievement in Short Fiction

"Night Train to Paris" (published in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction Jan/Feb 2013) by David Gerrold

Superior Achievement in a Screenplay

"Welcome to the Tombs"  by Glen Mazzara

The season finale of the third season of The Walking Dead

Superior Achievement in a Fiction Collection

The Beautiful Thing That Awaits Us All by Laird Barron

Full list of winners

Read more about Bram Stoker and his most famous work in the Gale Virtual Reference Library:

"Bram Stoker" in Gothic Literature: A Gale Critical Companion

"Bram Stoker" in Encyclopedia of World Biography

Dracula: Between Tradition and Modernism by Carol Senf

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