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World Fantasy Award Winners for Best Novels


The World Fantasy Awards are given each year by the World Fantasy Convention for the best fantasy fiction published in English during the previous calendar year. The awards have been described by book critics such as The Guardian as a “prestigious fantasy prize”, and one of the three most prestigious speculative fiction awards, along with the Hugo and Nebula Awards (which cover both fantasy and science fiction). The World Fantasy Award—Novel is given each year for fantasy novels published in English or translated into English. A work of fiction is defined by the organization as a novel if it is 40,000 words or longer; awards are also given out for pieces of shorter lengths in the Short Fiction and Long Fiction categories. The Novel category has been awarded annually since 1975.

List:
1975-The Forgotten Beasts of Ed (Patricia McKillip)
1976-Bid Time Return (Richard Matheson)
1977-Doctor Rat (William Kotzwinkle)
1978-Our Lady of Darkness ( Fritz Lieber)
1979-Gloriana (Michael Moorcock)
1980-Watchtower (Elizabeth A. Lynn)
1981-The Shadow of the Torturer ( Gene Wolfe)
1982-Little, Big (John Crowley)
1983-Nifft the Lean (Michael Shea) (not-included)
1984-The Dragon Waiting (John M. Ford)
1985-Bridge of Birds (Barry Hughart)
1985-Mythago Wood (Robert Holdstock)
1986-Song of Kali (Dan Simmons)
1987-Perfume (Patrick Suskind)
1988-Replay (Ken Grimwood)
1989-Koko (Peter Straub)
1990-Madouc (Jack Vance)
1991-Only Begotten Daughter (James Morrow)
1991-Thomas the Rhymer (Ellen Kushner)
1992-Boy’s Life (Robert McCammon)
1993-Last Call (Tim Powers)
1994-Glimpses (Lewis Shiner)
1995-Towing Jehovah (James Morrow)
1996-The Prestige (Christopher Priest)
1997-Godmother Night (Rachel Pollack)
1998-The Physiogomy (Jeffrey Ford)
1999-The Antelope Wife (Lousie Erdrich)
2000-Thraxas (Martin Scott)
2001-Declare (Tim Powers)
2001-Galveston (Sean Stewart)
2002-The Other Wind (Ursula LeGuin)
2003-The Facts of Life (Graham Joyce)
2003-Ombria in Shadow (Patricia McKillip)
2004-Tooth and Claw (Jo Walton)
2005-Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell (Susanna Clark)
2006-Kafka on the Shore (Haruki Murakami)
2007-Soldier of Sidon (Gene Wolfe)
2008-Ysabel (Guy Gavriel Kay)
2009-The Shadow Year (Jeffrey Ford)
2009-Tender Morseis (Margo Lanagan)
2010-The City & the City (China Mieville)
2011-Who Fears Death (Nnedi Okorafor)
2012-Osama (Lavie Tidhar)
2013-Alif the Unseen (G. Willow Wilson)
2014-A Stranger in Olondria (Sofia Samatar)
2015-The Bone Clocks (David Mitchell)
2016-The Chimes (Anna Smaill)
2017-The Sudden Apperance of Hope (Claire North)
2018-The Changling (Victor LaValle)
2018-Jade City (Fonda Lee)

Note: The 1983 Winner (Nifft the Lean by Michael Shea) is not-included. There is no digital version available of this book.

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