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World Fantasy Special Award—Non-professional

The World Fantasy Awards are given each year by the World Fantasy Convention for the best fantasy fiction and art published in English during the preceding calendar year. The awards have been described by sources such as The Guardian as a "prestigious fantasy prize",[1] and as one of the three most renowned speculative fiction awards, along with the Hugo and Nebula Awards (which cover both fantasy and science fiction).[2][3] The World Fantasy Special Award—Non-professional is given each year to individuals for their non-professional work in the preceding calendar year in fields related to fantasy that are not covered by other World Fantasy Award categories. These have included editors of magazines and novels, publishers, and authors of non-fiction works. Occasionally some publishing companies have been nominated along with individual editors and publishers. The nomination reasons have sometimes not been specified beyond "contributions to the genre". Individuals are also eligible for the Special Award—Professional category for their professional work. The World Fantasy Special Award—Non-professional has been awarded annually since 1975.[4]

World Fantasy Special Award—Non-professional
Awarded forThe best non-professional work not covered by other World Fantasy Award categories
Presented byWorld Fantasy Convention
First awarded1975
Most recent winnerJustina Ireland, Troy L. Wiggins (for FIYAH: Magazine of Black Speculative Fiction)
Websiteworldfantasy.org/awards/

World Fantasy Award nominees and winners are decided by attendees and judges at the annual World Fantasy Convention. A ballot is posted in June for attendees of the current and previous two conferences to determine two of the finalists, and a panel of five judges adds three or more nominees before voting on the overall winner.[4][5] The panel of judges is typically made up of fantasy authors[6] and is chosen each year by the World Fantasy Awards Administration, which has the power to break ties.[4] The final results are presented at the World Fantasy Convention at the end of October.[5] Through 2015, winners were presented with a statuette of H. P. Lovecraft; more recent winners receive a statuette of a tree.[7]

During the 45 nomination years, 252 individuals and 3 organizations have been nominated; 51 people and 2 organizations have won, including ties and co-nominees. The organizations that have been nominated are: The British Fantasy Society, with one winning nomination; The Friends of Arthur Machen, with one unsuccessful nomination; and Fedogan & Bremer, with one win out of three nominations. Stuart David Schiff has received the most awards at four wins out of six nominations, for his work at Whispers magazine and Whispers Press. R. B. Russell has won four times out of nine nominations, and Rosalie Parker four out of seven, for their work at Tartarus Press. Three other individuals have won twice: Paul C. Allen out of three nominations for Fantasy Newsletter, Richard Chizmar out of seven for Cemetery Dance and Cemetery Dance Publications, and W. Paul Ganley out of ten for Weirdbook and Weirdbook Press. Ganley's ten nominations are the most of anyone, followed by Stephen Jones with nine, winning once, for Fantasy Tales and other work, and David Sutton with one win out of seven nominations for Fantasy Tales. They are followed by Scott H. Andrews with seven for his work at Beneath Ceaseless Skies, the most nominations without winning.

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Winners and nomineesEdit

In the following table, the years correspond to the date of the ceremony, rather than when the work was performed. The table includes the stated reason the individual (or company) was nominated, which may not have been the only fantasy-related non-professional work they did during the previous calendar year. "N/A" in the reason column represents a nomination where no reason was given. Entries with a blue background and an asterisk (*) next to the individual's name have won the award; those with a white background are the other nominees on the shortlist.

  *   Winners

Year Winner or nominee Reason(s)[Note 1] Ref.
1975 Stuart David Schiff* Whispers [8]
Roy A. Squires publishing [8]
Harry O. Morris Nyctalops [8]
1976 Karl Edward Wagner* Carcosa, publisher [9]
David Drake*
James Groce*
Harry O. Morris publishing/editing [9]
George H. Scithers publishing/editing [9]
Roy A. Squires publishing/editing [9]
Robert Weinberg publishing/editing [9]
Gerry de la Ree publishing/editing [9]
1977 Stuart David Schiff* editing/publishing Whispers [10]
Jonathan Bacon editing/publishing Fantasy Crossroads [10]
Arnie Fenner editing/publishing Chacal [10]
Nils Hardin publishing/editing Xenophile [10]
Gary Hoppenstand publishing/editing Midnight Sun [10]
Harry O. Morris editing/publishing Nyctalops [10]
1978 Robert Weinberg* publishing and editing [11]
W. Paul Ganley Weirdbook [11]
Gary Hoppenstand Midnight Sun [11]
Stephen Jones Fantasy Tales [11]
Harry O. Morris Nyctalops [11]
Jonathan Bacon Fantasy Crossroads [11]
1979 Donald H. Tuck* The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy, Vol. 2 [12]
Paul C. Allen Fantasy Newsletter [12]
Pat Cadigan Shayol [12]
Arnie Fenner
W. Paul Ganley Weirdbook [12]
Stuart David Schiff Whispers and Whispers Press [12]
1980 Paul C. Allen* Fantasy Newsletter [13]
Pat Cadigan Shayol [13]
Arnie Fenner
Harry O. Morris Nyctalops [13]
Stuart David Schiff Whispers and Whispers Press [13]
1981 Pat Cadigan* Shayol [14]
Arnie Fenner*
Charles de Lint Triskell Press; Dragonfields [14]
Charles R. Saunders
W. Paul Ganley Weirdbook [14]
Stephen Jones Fantasy Tales; Airgedlamh [14]
David Sutton
1982 Paul C. Allen* Fantasy Newsletter [15]
Robert A. Collins*
W. Paul Ganley Weirdbook [15]
Stephen Jones Fantasy Tales [15]
David Sutton
Ken Keller Trumpet [15]
1983 Stuart David Schiff* Whispers and Whispers Press [16]
W. Paul Ganley Weirdbook [16]
Robert T. Garcia American Fantasy [16]
Francesco Cova Kadath [16]
Stephen Jones Fantasy Tales [16]
David Sutton
1984 Stephen Jones* Fantasy Tales [17]
David Sutton*
Robert M. Price Crypt of Cthulhu [17]
Douglas E. Winter criticism [17]
W. Paul Ganley Weirdbook [17]
Robert A. Collins Fantasy Newsletter/Fantasy Review [17]
1985 Stuart David Schiff* Whispers and Whispers Press [18]
Jeff Conner Scream/Press [18]
W. Paul Ganley Weirdbook and Weirdbook Press [18]
Paul Mikol Dark Harvest [18]
Scot Stadalsky
1986 Douglas E. Winter* reviewing [19]
David B. Silva The Horror Show [19]
Paul Mikol Dark Harvest [19]
Scot Stadalsky
Jeff Conner Scream/Press [19]
W. Paul Ganley Weirdbook and Weirdbook Press [19]
1987 W. Paul Ganley* Weirdbook and Weirdbook Press [20]
Jeff Conner* Scream/Press [20]
Stephen Jones Fantasy Tales [20]
David Sutton
David B. Silva The Horror Show [20]
1988 Robert T. Garcia* American Fantasy [21]
Nancy Garcia*
David B. Silva* The Horror Show [21]
Stephen Jones Fantasy Tales [21]
David Sutton
Paul Mikol Dark Harvest [21]
Scot Stadalsky
1989 Kristine Kathryn Rusch* Pulphouse [22]
Dean Wesley Smith*
Carl T. Ford Dagon Press [22]
Peggy Nadramia Grue [22]
Paul F. Olson Horrorstruck [22]
1990 Peggy Nadramia* Grue [23]
David B. Silva The Horror Show [23]
Joe Stefko Charnel House [23]
Tracy Cocoman
Richard Chizmar Cemetery Dance [23]
1991 Richard Chizmar* Cemetery Dance [24]
Steve Pasechnick Strange Plasma [24]
Barry Hoffman Gauntlet [24]
Marc Michaud Necronomicon Press [24]
1992 W. Paul Ganley* Weirdbook [25]
Joe Stefko Charnel House [25]
Tracy Cocoman
Peggy Nadramia Grue [25]
Barry Hoffman Gauntlet [25]
Crispin Burnham Eldritch Tales [25]
1993 Doug Lewis* Roadkill Press [26]
Tomi Lewis*
John Gregory Betancourt Wildside Press [26]
Kim Betancourt
Stanislaus Tal Tal Publications [26]
George Hatch Horror's Head Press [26]
Richard Chizmar Cemetery Dance [26]
Joe Stefko Charnel House [26]
Tracy Cocoman
1994 Marc Michaud* Necronomicon Press [27]
Brian Stableford small press reviews [27]
George Hatch Horror's Head Press [27]
Joe Stefko Charnel House [27]
Tracy Cocoman
Richard Chizmar Cemetery Dance Publications [27]
1995 Bryan Cholfin* Broken Mirrors Press; Crank! [28]
John Gregory Betancourt Wildside Press [28]
Kim Betancourt
Richard Chizmar Cemetery Dance Publications [28]
Michael Andre-Driussi Lexicon Urthus: A Dictionary for the Urth Cycle (Sirius Fiction) [28]
David Sutton Voices from Shadow (Shadow Publishing) [28]
1996 Marc Michaud* Necronomicon Press [29]
Fedogan & Bremer book publishing [29]
Robert K. J. Killheffer Century [29]
Meg Hamel
Jenna A. Felice
Steve Pasechnick Edgewood Press [29]
Robert Weinberg contributions to the genre [29]
1997 Barbara Roden* Ash-Tree Press [30]
Christopher Roden*
Fedogan & Bremer book publishing [30]
Paula Guran DarkEcho [30]
1998 Fedogan & Bremer* book publishing [31]
Richard Chizmar Cemetery Dance and Cemetery Dance Publications [31]
Chris Logan Edwards Tigereyes Press [31]
Jeff VanderMeer The Ministry of Whimsy Press [31]
Tom Winstead
Barry Hoffman Gauntlet and Gauntlet book publishing [31]
1999 Richard Chizmar* Cemetery Dance Publications [32]
Jacob Weisman Tachyon Publications [32]
Steve Pasechnick Edgewood Press [32]
David Marshall Pumpkin Books [32]
2000 The British Fantasy Society* N/A [33]
Ken Abner Terminal Fright Press [33]
Philip J. Rahman Fedogan & Bremer [33]
Dennis E. Weiler
Rosemary Pardoe Haunted Library [33]
William K. Schafer Subterranean Press [33]
R. B. Russell Tartarus Press [33]
2001 Bill Sheehan* At the Foot of the Story Tree: An Inquiry into the Fiction of Peter Straub (Subterranean Press) [34]
R. B. Russell Tartarus Press [34]
Rosalie Parker
Barbara Roden Ash-Tree Press [34]
Christopher Roden
Philip J. Rahman Fedogan & Bremer [34]
Dennis E. Weiler
Benjamin Cossel Night Shade Books [34]
Jeremy Lassen
Jason Williams
Peter Crowther PS Publishing [34]
2002 R. B. Russell* Tartarus Press [35]
Rosalie Parker*
Peter Crowther PS Publishing [35]
Michael Waltz, et al. Sidecar Preservation Society [35]
Paula Guran Horror Garage [35]
Jerad Walters Cocytus Press [35]
2003 Benjamin Cossel* Night Shade Books [36]
Jeremy Lassen*
Jason Williams*
Gavin Grant Small Beer Press [36]
Kelly Link
Sean Wallace Prime Books [36]
Michael Walsh Old Earth Books [36]
Peter Crowther PS Publishing [36]
2004 R. B. Russell* Tartarus Press [37]
Rosalie Parker*
Deborah Layne Wheatland Press [37]
Jay Lake
Paul Miller Earthling Publications [37]
Dave Truesdale Tangent Online [37]
Rodger Turner SF Site [37]
Neil Walsh
Wayne MacLaurin
2005 Robert Morgan* Sarob Press [38]
Sandy Auden The Alien Online [38]
Ariel
Matthew Cheney The Mumpsimus [38]
Barbara Roden All Hallows [38]
Christopher Roden
Michael Walsh Old Earth Books [38]
2006 David J. Howe* Telos Publishing [39]
Stephen Walker*
The Friends of Arthur Machen Faunus, Machenalia, and The Life of Arthur Machen (Telos Publishing) [39]
Rodger Turner SF Site [39]
Neil Walsh
Wayne MacLaurin
Leo Grin The Cimmerian [39]
Jess Nevins The Encyclopedia of Fantastic Victoriana (MonkeyBrain Books) [39]
2007 Gary K. Wolfe reviews and criticism in Locus and elsewhere [40]
Leslie Howle her work at Clarion West [40]
Leo Grin The Cimmerian [40]
Susan Marie Groppi Strange Horizons [40]
John Klima Electric Velocipede [40]
2008 Midori Snyder Endicott Studios Website [41]
Terri Windling*
G. S. Evans Café Irreal [41]
Alice Whittenburg
John Klima Electric Velocipede [41]
R. B. Russell Tartarus Press [41]
Rosalie Parker
Stephen Jones Travellers in Darkness: The Souvenir Book of the World Horror Convention 2007 (World Horror Convention) [41]
2009 Michael Walsh* Howard Waldrop collections from Old Earth Books [42]
Edith L. Crowe her work with The Mythopoeic Society [42]
Elise Matthesen setting out to inspire and for serving as inspiration for works of poetry, fantasy, and SF over the last decade through her jewelry-making and her "artist's challenges". [42]
Sean Wallace Clarkesworld Magazine [42]
Neil Clarke
Nick Mamatas
John Klima Electric Velocipede [42]
2010 Susan Marie Groppi* Strange Horizons [43]
Bob Colby Readercon [43]
B. Diane Martin
Dave Shaw
Eric M. Van
Neil Clarke Clarkesworld Magazine [43]
Cheryl Morgan
Sean Wallace
John Klima Electric Velocipede [43]
John Berlyne Powers: Secret Histories (PS Publishing) [43]
R. B. Russell Tartarus Press [43]
Rosalie Parker
2011 Alisa Krasnostein* Twelfth Planet Press [44]
Stephen Jones Brighton Shock!: The Souvenir Book Of The World Horror Convention 2010 (PS Publishing) [44]
Michael Marshall Smith
Amanda Foubister
Matthew Kressel Sybil's Garage and Senses Five Press [44]
Charles Tan Bibliophile Stalker [44]
Lavie Tidhar The World SF Blog [44]
2012 R. B. Russell* Tartarus Press [45]
Rosalie Parker*
Charles Tan Bibliophile Stalker blog [45]
Kate Baker Clarkesworld Magazine [45]
Neil Clarke
Cheryl Morgan
Sean Wallace
Cat Rambo Fantasy Magazine [45]
Mark Valentine Wormwood [45]
2013 S. T. Joshi* Unutterable Horror: A History of Supernatural Fiction, Volumes 1 & 2 (PS Publishing) [46]
L. Timmel Duchamp Aqueduct Press [46]
Scott H. Andrews Beneath Ceaseless Skies [46]
Charles Tan Bibliophile Stalker blog [46]
Jerad Walters Centipede Press [46]
Joseph Wrzos Hannes Bok: A Life in Illustration (Centipede Press) [46]
2014 Kate Baker* Clarkesworld Magazine [47]
Neil Clarke*
Sean Wallace*
Scott H. Andrews Beneath Ceaseless Skies [47]
Marc Aplin Fantasy-Faction [47]
Leslie Howle Clarion West administration [47]
Mieneke van der Salm A Fantastical Librarian [47]
2015 R. B. Russell* Tartarus Press [48]
Rosalie Parker*
Scott H. Andrews Beneath Ceaseless Skies [48]
Matt Cardin Born to Fear: Interviews with Thomas Ligotti (Subterranean Press) [48]
Stefan Fergus Civilian Reader [48]
Patrick Swenson Fairwood Press [48]
2016 John O'Neill* Black Gate [49]
Helen Young Tales After Tolkien Society [49]
Scott H. Andrews Beneath Ceaseless Skies [49]
Jedediah Berry The Family Arcana: A Story in Cards (Ninepin Press) [49]
Eben Kling
Alexandra Pierce} Letters to Tiptree (Twelfth Planet Press) [49]
Alisa Krasnostein
Lynne M. Thomas Uncanny Magazine [49]
Michael Damian Thomas
2017 Neile Graham* fostering excellence in the genre through her role as Workshop Director, Clarion West [50]
Scott H. Andrews Beneath Ceaseless Skies [50]
Malcolm R. Phifer The Fantasy Illustration Library, Volume Two: Gods and Goddesses [50]
Michael C. Phifer}
Brian White Fireside Fiction Company [50]
Lynne M. Thomas Uncanny Magazine [50]
Michael Damian Thomas
2018 Justina Ireland* FIYAH: Magazine of Black Speculative Fiction [51]
Troy L. Wiggins*
Scott H. Andrews Beneath Ceaseless Skies [51]
Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali PodCastle [51]
Jen R. Albert
R. B. Russell Tartarus Press [51]
Rosalie Parker
Lynne M. Thomas Uncanny Magazine [51]
Michael Damian Thomas
2019 Scott H. Andrews Beneath Ceaseless Skies [52]
Terri Windling Myth and Moor [52]
Mike Allen Mythic Delirium [52]
E. Catherine Tobler Shimmer [52]
Lynne M. Thomas Uncanny Magazine [52]
Michael Damian Thomas

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The reasons given are taken directly from the World Fantasy Awards administration. Specific works are italicized, while publishing companies are not. Books are followed by their publisher to distinguish them from magazines.

See alsoEdit

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