Congratulations to Eric J. Guignard on winning the 'Best Anthology' Bram Stoker award for his collection, After Death.
I am thrilled to have had my story, I Was The Walrus, included in this award winning collection.
Well done, Eric. And congratulations to all the other winners.
winners of the Bram Stoker Awards® for 2013 were announced at the Awards
Banquet on May 10, 2014, at the Bram Stoker Awards Weekend and World
Horror Convention in Portland, Oregon. The winners for superior
achievement in each of the categories are:
Stephen King – Doctor Sleep (Scribner)
Rena Mason – The Evolutionist (Nightscape Press)
Young Adult Novel
Joe McKinney – Dog Days (JournalStone)
Caitlin R. Kiernan – Alabaster: Wolves (Dark Horse Comics)
Gary Braunbeck – “The Great Pity” (Chiral Mad 2, Written Backwards)
David Gerrold – “Night Train to Paris” (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Jan./Feb. 2013)
Glen Mazzara – The Walking Dead: “Welcome to the Tombs” (AMC TV)
Eric J. Guignard (editor) – After Death… (Dark Moon Books)
Laird Barron – The Beautiful Thing That Awaits Us All and Other Stories (Night Shade Books)
William F. Nolan – Nolan on Bradbury: Sixty Years of Writing about the Master of Science Fiction (Hippocampus Press)
Marge Simon, Rain Graves, Charlee Jacob, and Linda Addison – Four Elements (Bad Moon Books/Evil Jester Press)
The following awards were also presented:
The Lifetime Achievement Award
The Specialty Press Award
Gray Friar Press
The Silver Hammer Award (for outstanding service to the Horror Writers Assn.)
The President’s Richard Laymon Service Award
That is really cool, Steve! I mean, your story is really cool, I haven't read the anthology, but it winning the Bram Stoker...also really cool! Congrats!
It's fantastically cool, Thoraiya. Eric is a great editor, and thoroughly deserves the award. But, I also recognise the part I played in giving him my story.
And I'm thrilled that he honoured me by including it. :)
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