FableCroft Awards

Worlds Next Door (2010) – shortlisted for the Best Collected Work category of the annual Ditmar Awards and the Best Professional Production Tin Duck Award; “Nine Times” by Tansy Rayner Roberts & Kaia Landelius and “Inksucker” by Aidan Doyle shortlisted for the Best Young Adult Short Story Aurealis Award; “Enid and the Prince” by RJ Astruc shortlisted for the Washington Science Fiction Association’s annual Small Press Award; cover art by Shaun Tan nominated for Best Artwork category of the Ditmar Awards; “Little Arkham” by Martin Livings was shortlisted for the Best Professional Short Work Tin Duck Award; Kaaron Warren’s “New Rat in Town” honorably mentioned in Ellen Datlow’s international Best Horror of the Year.

Australis Imaginarium (2010) – shortlisted for the Best Professional Production Tin Duck Award; cover art by Shaun Tan shortlisted for the Best Professional Artwork Ditmar Award and won Chronos Award for Best Artwork.

After the Rain (2011) – “Fruit of the Pipal Tree” by Thoraiya Dyer won the Best Fantasy Short Story Aurealis Award.

To Spin a Darker Stair (2012) – “Oracle’s Tower” by Faith Mudge shortlisted for Best Short Story Ditmar Award; illustrations and cover art by Kathleen Jennings shortlisted for Best Artwork Ditmar Award.

Epilogue (2012) – shortlisted for Best Collected Work Ditmar Award; Jason Nahrung’s “The Mornington Ride” shortlisted for the Washington Science Fiction Association’s annual Small Press Award and won the Best Short Fiction Chronos Award; “Fireflies” by Steve Cameron shortlisted for the Best Short Fiction Chronos Award.

Ink Black Magic (2013) – shortlisted for Best Fantasy Novel Aurealis Award and Best Novel Ditmar Award.

The Bone Chime Song and Other Stories (2013) – winner Best Collection Aurealis Award and Best Collection for the Australian Shadows Awards; shortlisted for Best Collected Work Ditmar Award; shortlisted for the Silver Falchion Award, Best Single-Author Collection; “Mah Song” shortlisted for Best Young Adult Short Fiction and Best Science Fiction Short Fiction Aurealis Awards and Best Short Story Ditmar Award; “Fencelines” shortlisted for Best Horror Short Fiction Aurealis Award, Best Short Story Ditmar Award and Best Short Fiction Australian Shadows Award.

One Small Step, an anthology of discoveries (2013) – tied winner Best Anthology Aurealis Award; “Morning Star” by DK Mok shortlisted for the Washington Science Fiction Association’s annual Small Press Award and Best Young Adult Short Story Aurealis Award; “Cold White Daughter” by Tansy Rayner Roberts shortlisted for Best Short Story Ditmar Award, “Number 73 Glad Avenue” by Suzanne J Willis reprinted in Paula Guran’s Time Travel: Recent Trips anthology.

Focus 2012 (2013) – shortlisted for Best Anthology Aurealis Award.

Path of Night (2013) – shortlisted for Best Horror Novel Aurealis Award.

Phantazein (2014) – shortlisted for the Best Anthology Aurealis Award and the Best Collected Work Ditmar Award; “The Ghost of Hephaestus” by Charlotte Nash shortlisted for the Best Fantasy Short Story Aurealis Award and the Best Novella/Novelette Ditmar Award; “Bahamut” by Thoraiya Dyer shortlisted for the Best Short Story Ditmar Award; “The Seventh Relic” by Cat Sparks shortlisted for the Best Short Story Ditmar Award.

Cranky Ladies of History (2015) – winner Fiction category of the ACT Writing and Publishing Award, winner Best Collected Work Ditmar Award; cover and internal artwork by Kathleen Jennings winner of Best Art Ditmar Award; “Mary, Mary” by Kirstyn McDermott reprinted in Paula Guran’s Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror; “Look How Cold My Hands Are” by Deborah Biancotti shortlisted for Best Short Story Ditmar Award and reprinted in the Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror 2015; “The Company of Women” by Garth nix reprinted in the Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror 2015.

Focus 2014: highlights of Australian short fiction (2015) – shortlisted for Best Anthology Aurealis Award.

Insert Title Here (2015) – “The Art of Deception” by Stephanie Burgis shortlisted for the Washington Science Fiction Association’s annual Small Press Award; “2B” by Joanne Anderton shortlisted for Best Science Fiction Short Story Aurealis Award and Best Short Story Ditmar Award, and reprinted in the Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror 2015; “Almost Days” by DK Mok shortlisted for Best Fantasy Short Story Aurealis Award and reprinted in the Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror 2015; “Reflections” by Tamlyn Dreaver reprinted in Year’s Best YA Speculative Fiction 2015.

Striking Fire (2015) – shortlisted for Best Collection Aurealis Award; “Night Shift” shortlisted for Best Horror Novella Aurealis Award and the Paul Haines Award for Long Fiction (Australian Shadows Awards).

The Rebirth of Rapunzel (2016) – winner Convenors’ Award for Excellence (Aurealis Awards); shortlisted for William Atheling Jr Award for Criticism or Review (Ditmar Awards).

In Your Face (2016) – shortlisted for Best Anthology Aurealis Award; shortlisted for Best Collected Work Ditmar Award; “Where the pelican builds her nest” by Thoraiya Dyer won Best Fantasy Short Story Aurealis Award; “The autumn dog cannot live to spring” by Claire McKenna shortlisted for Best Science Fiction Short Story Aurealis Award; “No one here is going to save you” by Shauna O’Meara” shortlisted for Best Young Adult Short Story Aurealis Award; “All roll over” by Kaaron Warren shortlisted for Best Short Fiction Australian Shadows Award; “No fat chicks” by Cat Sparks shortlisted for Best Short Story Ditmar Award.

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