23 March, 2006

The tally

Today is a good day to update the list of awards and shortlistings Black Juice has won so far. I think this is all of them. Read and be amazed. I know I am.

  • Prize for Young Adult Fiction, Victorian Premier's Literary Awards

  • Aurealis Award - Best Young Adult Short Story ("Singing My Sister Down")

  • Aurealis Award - Golden Aurealis, Best Short Story

  • Ditmar Award - Best Short Story ("SMSD")

  • Ditmar Award - Best Collection

  • World Fantasy Award, Short Story ("SMSD")

  • World Fantasy Award, Collection

  • Michael L. Printz Honor Book, American Library Association

  • Prize for Young Adult Fiction, Queensland Premier's Literary Awards (won by Martine Murray, How to Make a Bird)

  • Christina Stead Prize for Fiction, New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards (won by Tim Winton, The Turning)

  • Children's Book Council of Australia, Book of the Year: Older Readers (won by Michael Gerard Bauer's The Running Man)

  • Ditmar Award - Best Professional Achievement (won by Clarion South committee)

  • Courier-Mail Book of the Year Award (won by Sonya Hartnett, The Silver Donkey)

  • Bram Stoker Award, Short Story ("SMSD")(won by Nancy Etchemendy, "Nimitseahpah")

  • Theodore Sturgeon Award, Short Story ("SMSD")(won by Bradley Denton, Christopher Rowe and Robert Reed)

  • International Horror Guild Award ("SMSD"; won by Don Tumasonis, "A Pace of Change")

  • James Tiptree Jr Award, Short Story ("Wooden Bride"; won by Geoff Ryman for Air)

  • LA Times Book Prize, young adult division

  • Nebula Award, Short Story ("SMSD")

  • Hugo Award, Short Story ("SMSD")


Blogger Peter Hollo said...

This is truly brilliant... And to think that SMSD isn't even my favourite in the collection! ;)
Huge congrats on the Hugo nomination btw.

23 March, 2006 13:12  
Blogger deborahb said...

Goodness. Well done!

Does that list make you feel less nervous or more nervous about your current writing projects? :)

23 March, 2006 16:05  
Blogger Among Amid While said...

Thanks Peter, Justine, Deb. Deb: 'Nervous' isn't quite the word. Something like 'rabbit-in-the-headlights' or 'B'gegger-b'gegger-b'gegger' is about right.

23 March, 2006 17:44  
Blogger Jonathan said...

I think this is awesome. I'd be wondering if there was a complete list of the awards etc for this, and it's just amazing. And well deserved too.

24 March, 2006 10:52  
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