Spring Book Award NewsPosted: May 9, 2013
Several book awards have been announced recently. Here is an up-to-date list of the winners of a wide variety of book awards. More awards will be announced soon; I’ll update this list this summer. Brenda
Award Winning Fiction and Non-Fiction, 2012-2013
Christian Fiction Awards
Christy Awards, 2012
Contemporary: Tatlock, Ann. Promises to Keep.
Contemporary Romance: Kendig, Ronie. Wolfsbane.
Contemporary Series: Clark, Mindy Stars & Leslie Gould. The Amish Midwife.
Historical: Austin, Lynn. Wonderland Creek.
Historical Romance: Klassen, Julie. The Maid of Fairbourne Hall.
Suspense: James, Steven. The Queen.
Visionary: Stengle, Ann Elisabeth. Veiled Rose.
First Novel: Yttrup, Ginny. Words.
Bram Stoker Awards, 2011
Best Novel: McKinney, Joe. Flesh Eaters.
Best First Novel: Bird, Allyson. Isis Unbound.
Carnegie Medal, 2012: Enright, Anne. The Forgotten Waltz.
Man Booker Prize, 2012: Mantel, Hilary. Bring Up the Bodies.
National Book Award for Fiction, 2012: Erdrich, Louise. The Round House.
National Book Award for Non-Fiction, 2012: Boo, Katherine. Behind the Beautiful Forevers.
Nobel Prize for Literature, 2012: Mo Yan
Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, 2013: Johnson, Adam. The Orphan Master’s Son.
Pulitzer Prize for General Nonfiction, 2013: Kings, Gilbert. Devil in the Grove
(for more Pulitzer awards, visit the Pulitzer website.)
Women’s Prize for Fiction, 2012: Miller, Madeline. The Song of Achilles.
Agatha Awards, 2012
Best Novel: Penny, Louise. The Beautiful Mystery.
Best First Novel: Boyer, Susan M. Lowcountry Boil.
Anthony Awards, 2012
Best Novel: Penny, Louise. A Trick of the Light.
Best First Novel: Henry, Sara. Learning to Swim.
Best Paperback Original: Hyzy, Julie. Buffalo West Wing.
Edgar Allan Poe Awards, 2013
Best Novel: Lehane, Dennis. Live by Night.
Best First Novel: Pavone, Chris. The Expats.
Best Paperback Original: Winters, Ben H. The Last Policeman.
Best Fact Crime: French, Paul. Midnight in Peking.
Rita Awards, 2012
Best First Book: Jones, Darynda. First Grave on the Right.
Contemporary Series Romance: Morgan, Sarah. Doukakis’s Apprentice.
Contemporary Series Romance: Suspense/Adventure: Dees, Cindy. Soldier’s Last Stand.
Contemporary Single Title Romance: Lowe, Fiona. Boomerang Bride.
Historical Romance: Bourne, Joanna. The Black Hawk.
Inspirational Romance: Miller, Serena. The Measure of Katie Calloway.
Novel with Strong Romantic Elements: O’Neal, Barbara. How To Bake a Perfect Life.
Paranormal Romance: Harrison, Thea. Dragon Bound .
Regency Historical Romance: Dare, Tessa. A Night to Surrender.
Romance Novella: Linden, Caroline. I Love the Earl.
Romantic Suspense: Robb, J.D. New York To Dallas.
Science Fiction & Fantasy Awards
Arthur C. Clarke Award, 2013
Beckett, Chris. Dark Eden.
Hugo Awards, 2012
Novel: Walton, Jo. Among Others.
Novella: Johnson, Kij. “The Man Who Bridged the Mist”, in Asimov’s, Sept./Oct. 2011.
Novelette: Anders, Charlie Jane. “Six Months, Three Days”, on Tor.com.
Best Short Story: Liu, Ken. “The Paper Menagerie”, in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, March/April 2011.
John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, 2012: E. Lily Yu.
Nebula Awards, 2011
Novel: Walton, Jo. Among Others.
Novella: Johnson, Kij. “The Man Who Bridged the Mist,” in Asimov’s Science Fiction, October/November 2011.
Novelette: Ryman, Geoff “What We Found,” in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, September/October 2011.
World Fantasy Award, 2012
Novel: Tidhar, Lavie. Osama.
Novella: Parker, K.J. “A Small Price to Pay for Birdsong” in Subterranean Press, Winter 2011.
Spur Awards, 2012
Best Western Long Novel. Harrigan, Stephen. Remember Ben Clayton.
Best Original Paperback Novel: Boggs, Johnny. West Texas Kill.
Best Western Short Novel: Boggs, Johnny. Legacy of a Lawman.
Best First Novel: Mims, Meg. Double Crossing.