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World Fantasy Special Award—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 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—Professional is given each year to individuals for their professional work in the preceding calendar year in fields related to fantasy that is not covered by other World Fantasy Award categories. These have included editors of magazines and novels, publishers, and authors of non-fiction works. Occasionally, especially in the first few years of the award, some publishing companies were nominated along with individual editors and publishers. The nomination reasons were not specified in the first year of the award, and have sometimes not been specified beyond "contributions to the genre". Individuals are also eligible for the Special Award—Non-professional category for their non-professional work. The World Fantasy Special Award—Professional has been awarded annually since 1975.[4]

World Fantasy Special Award—Professional
Awarded forThe best professional work not covered by other World Fantasy Award categories
Presented byWorld Fantasy Convention
First awarded1975
Most recent winnerHarry Brockway, Patrick McGrath, and Danel Olson (for Writing Madness)
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] Winners were presented with a statue in the form of a bust of H. P. Lovecraft through the 2015 awards; more recent winners receive a statuette of a tree.[7]

During the 45 nomination years, 151 individuals and four publishing companies have been nominated; 53 people have won, including ties and co-nominees. For his work at Donald M. Grant, Publisher Donald M. Grant has won three times out of eight nominations, and six other nominees have won twice. Ian Ballantine and Betty Ballantine have won twice out of two nominations each for their non-fiction and publishing work, and Peter Crowther twice out of four nominations for his work at PS Publishing. Edward L. Ferman won twice out of six nominations for his work at The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Stephen Jones twice out of six for his editing and anthology work, and Gordon Van Gelder twice out of seven nominations for his editing work in both books and The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Ellen Datlow has received the most nominations with ten, winning once, for her editing and anthology work, and David Pringle has the most nominations without winning with five, for his work at Interzone and for "contributions to the genre".

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 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) Ref.
1975 Ian Ballantine* N/A [8]
Betty Ballantine*
Donald A. Wollheim N/A [8]
1976 Donald M. Grant* publishing [9]
Donald A. Wollheim publishing and editing [9]
Arkham House publishing [9]
Frank Belknap Long Howard Phillips Lovecraft: Dreamer on the Nightside [9]
Willis Conover Lovecraft at Last [9]
L. Sprague de Camp Lovecraft: A Biography [9]
1977 Shelley Torgeson* Alternate World Recordings [10]
Roy Torgeson*
Arkham House publishing [10]
Edward L. Ferman The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [10]
DAW Books publishing [10]
Ballantine Books publishing [10]
1978 Everett F. Bleiler* N/A [11]
Edward L. Ferman The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [11]
Donald A. Wollheim DAW Books [11]
Judy-Lynn del Rey Ballantine Books [11]
Lester del Rey
1979 Edward L. Ferman* The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [12]
Donald M. Grant Donald M. Grant, Publisher [12]
1980 Donald M. Grant* Donald M. Grant, Publisher [13]
Pat LoBrutto Doubleday [13]
James Turner Arkham House [13]
Donald A. Wollheim DAW Books [13]
Lester del Rey Ballantine Del Rey Fantasy [13]
1981 Donald A. Wollheim* DAW Books [14]
Tim Underwood Underwood–Miller [14]
Chuck Miller
Terry Carr anthologies [14]
Lester del Rey Ballantine Del Rey [14]
David G. Hartwell Timescape Books [14]
Edward L. Ferman The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [14]
1982 Edward L. Ferman* The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [15]
David G. Hartwell Timescape Books [15]
T. E. D. Klein The Twilight Zone Magazine [15]
Tim Underwood Underwood–Miller [15]
Chuck Miller
Donald M. Grant Donald M. Grant, Publisher [15]
1983 Donald M. Grant* Donald M. Grant, Publisher [16]
Lester del Rey Ballantine Del Rey [16]
David G. Hartwell Timescape Books [16]
Pat LoBrutto Doubleday [16]
Douglas E. Winter writing and reviewing [16]
1984 Ian Ballantine* The High Kings [17]
Betty Ballantine*
Joy Chant*
George Sharp*
David Larkin*
Edward L. Ferman The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [17]
Pat LoBrutto Doubleday [17]
L. Sprague de Camp Dark Valley Destiny [17]
Catherine Crook de Camp
Jane Whittington Griffin
Everett F. Bleiler The Guide to Supernatural Fiction [17]
1985 Chris Van Allsburg* The Mysteries of Harris Burdick [18]
T. E. D. Klein The Twilight Zone Magazine [18]
Pat LoBrutto Doubleday [18]
Shawna McCarthy Asimov's Science Fiction [18]
Tim Underwood Underwood–Miller [18]
Chuck Miller
Robert H. Boyer Fantasists on Fantasy [18]
Kenneth J. Zahorski
1986 Pat LoBrutto* Doubleday [19]
Terri Windling editing [19]
Donald M. Grant Donald M. Grant, Publisher [19]
Thomas Canty A Monster at Christmas [19]
Phil Hale
1987 Jane Yolen* Favorite Folktales from Around the World [20]
Terri Windling Ace Books [20]
Simon Ounsley Interzone [20]
David Pringle
David G. Hartwell Arbor House [20]
Donald M. Grant Donald M. Grant, Publisher [20]
Jack Sullivan The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural [20]
1988 David G. Hartwell* Arbor House, Tor Books, anthologies [21]
Dean R. Koontz service to the field [21]
Terri Windling Ace Books, Armadillo [21]
Shawna McCarthy Bantam Spectra [21]
Tappan King The Twilight Zone Magazine [21]
Gardner Dozois Asimov's Science Fiction, anthologies [21]
George Scithers Weird Tales [21]
1989 Terri Windling* editing [22]
Robert Weinberg* A Biographical Dictionary of Science Fiction and Fantasy Artists [22]
Ellen Datlow Omni, anthologies [22]
Dean R. Koontz writing [22]
Paul Mikol Dark Harvest [22]
Scot Stadalsky
1990 Mark V. Ziesing* Mark V. Ziesing [23]
Ellen Datlow editing [23]
Paul Mikol Dark Harvest [23]
Scot Stadalsky
Tim Underwood Underwood–Miller [23]
Chuck Miller
1991 Arnie Fenner* designing, Mark V. Ziesing, and Ursus [24]
Ellen Datlow editing [24]
Paul Mikol Dark Harvest [24]
Scot Stadalsky
David Pringle Interzone [24]
S. T. Joshi The Weird Tale [24]
1992 George Scithers* Weird Tales [25]
Darrell Schweitzer*
Ramsey Campbell writing and editing [25]
Donald M. Grant publishing [25]
Dean Wesley Smith publishing, Pulphouse Publishing [25]
Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Terri Windling editing [25]
1993 Jeanne Cavelos* editing Dell Abyss [26]
Martin H. Greenberg anthologies [26]
Terri Windling editing [26]
Grant Morrison Batman: Gothic [26]
Klaus Janson
James Gurney Dinotopia [26]
1994 Tim Underwood* publishing, Underwood–Miller [27]
Chuck Miller*
John Clute reviewing [27]
Ellen Datlow editing [27]
Terri Windling book editing [27]
Mark V. Ziesing publishing [27]
David J. Skal The Monster Show: A Cultural History of Horror [27]
1995 Ellen Datlow* editing [28]
Fedogan & Bremer book publishing [28]
John Clute reviewing [28]
Mark V. Ziesing Mark V. Ziesing [28]
Paul Williams The Ultimate Egoist: Volume I: The Complete Stories of Theodore Sturgeon by Theodore Sturgeon [28]
1996 Richard Evans* contributions to the genre [29]
Stephen Jones editing and anthologies [29]
Kristine Kathryn Rusch editing The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [29]
Gordon Van Gelder editing [29]
Paul Williams Microcosmic God: Volume II: The Complete Stories of Theodore Sturgeon and for his work with the Literary Estate of Theodore Sturgeon [29]
1997 Michael J. Weldon* The Psychotronic Video Guide [30]
Stephen Jones editing and anthologies [30]
David Pringle contributions to the genre [30]
Kristine Kathryn Rusch editing The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [30]
Diana Wynne Jones The Tough Guide to Fantasyland [30]
1998 John Clute* The Encyclopedia of Fantasy [31]
John Grant*
Ellen Datlow editing and anthologies [31]
Gardner Dozois editing and anthologies [31]
Stephen Jones editing and anthologies [31]
Gordon Van Gelder editing books at St. Martin's Press and editing The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [31]
1999 Jim Turner* Golden Gryphon Press [32]
Jo Fletcher editing [32]
David Pringle Interzone [32]
Robert Silverberg editing The Avram Davidson Treasury [32]
Grania Davis
Les Daniels Superman: The Complete History [32]
2000 Gordon Van Gelder* editing books at St. Martin's Press and editing The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [33]
John Betancourt Wildside Press [33]
Warren Lapine DNA Publications [33]
Seamus Heaney the new translation of Beowulf [33]
Stephen Jones The Essential Monster Movie Guide [33]
Kim Newman Millennium Movies [33]
2001 Tom Shippey* J. R. R. Tolkien: Author of the Century [34]
Ellen Datlow editing Sci Fiction and anthologies [34]
William K. Schafer Subterranean Press [34]
Gary Turner Golden Gryphon Press [34]
Marty Halpern
Cathy Fenner Spectrum 7: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art [34]
Arnie Fenner
2002 Jo Fletcher* editing the Fantasy Masterworks series [35]
Stephen Jones* editing [35]
Ellen Datlow editing [35]
Douglas E. Winter Clive Barker: The Dark Fantastic [35]
Randy Broecker Fantasy of the 20th Century: An Illustrated History [35]
2003 Gordon Van Gelder* The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [36]
Paul Barnett Paper Tiger art books [36]
Ellen Datlow editing [36]
William K. Schafer Subterranean Press [36]
Gary Turner Golden Gryphon Press [36]
Marty Halpern
Terri Windling editing [36]
2004 Peter Crowther* PS Publishing [37]
John Howe artwork in The Lord of the Rings [37]
Alan Lee
Kelly Link Small Beer Press [37]
Gavin Grant
Sharyn November Firebird Books [37]
David Pringle Interzone and services to the field [37]
Sean Wallace Prime Books [37]
2005 S. T. Joshi* scholarship [38]
Kelly Link Small Beer Press [38]
Gavin Grant
Sharyn November editing [38]
Gordon Van Gelder The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [38]
Terri Windling editing [38]
2006 Sean Wallace* Prime Books [39]
Susan Allison Ace Books [39]
Ginjer Buchanan
Lou Anders editing at Pyr [39]
S. T. Joshi Supernatural Literature of the World: An Encyclopedia [39]
Stefan Dziemanowicz
Peter Lavery Pan MacMillan UK and Tor UK [39]
Chris Roberson MonkeyBrain Books [39]
Allison Baker
2007 Ellen Asher* work at Science Fiction Book Club [40]
Mark Finn Blood & Thunder: The Life & Art of Robert E. Howard [40]
Deanna Hoak copyediting [40]
Greg Ketter DreamHaven Books [40]
Leonard S. Marcus The Wand in the Word: Conversations with Writers of Fantasy [40]
2008 Peter Crowther* PS Publishing [41]
Chris Roberson MonkeyBrain Books [41]
Allison Baker
Alan Beatts Borderlands Books [41]
Jude Feldman
Jeremy Lassen Night Shade Books [41]
Jason Williams
Shawna McCarthy Realms of Fantasy [41]
Gordon Van Gelder The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [41]
2009 Kelly Link* Small Beer Press and Big Mouth House [42]
Gavin Grant*
Farah Mendlesohn Rhetorics of Fantasy [42]
Stephen H. Segal Weird Tales [42]
Ann VanderMeer
Jerad Walters A Lovecraft Retrospective: Artists Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft [42]
Jacob Weisman Tachyon Publications [42]
2010 Jonathan Strahan* editing anthologies [43]
Peter Crowther PS Publishing [43]
Nicky Crowther
Ellen Datlow editing anthologies [43]
Hayao Miyazaki Ponyo [43]
Barbara Roden Ash-Tree Press [43]
Christopher Roden
Jacob Weisman Tachyon Publications [43]
Rina Weisman
2011 Marc Gascoigne* Angry Robot [44]
John Joseph Adams editing and anthologies [44]
Lou Anders editing at Pyr [44]
Stéphane Marsan Bragelonne [44]
Alain Névant
Brett Alexander Savory ChiZine Publications [44]
Sandra Kasturi
2012 Eric Lane* publishing in translation – Dedalus Books [45]
Jo Fletcher editing – Jo Fletcher Books [45]
John Joseph Adams editing – anthology and magazine [45]
Brett Alexander Savory ChiZine Publications [45]
Sandra Kasturi
Jeff VanderMeer The Steampunk Bible [45]
S. J. Chambers
2013 Lucia Graves* the translation of The Prisoner of Heaven by Carlos Ruiz Zafón [46]
Brett Alexander Savory ChiZine Publications [46]
Sandra Kasturi
Peter Crowther PS Publishing [46]
Nicky Crowther
William K. Schafer Subterranean Press [46]
Adam Mills Weird Fiction Review [46]
Ann VanderMeer
Jeff VanderMeer
2014 Irene Gallo* art direction of Tor.com [47]
William K. Schafer* Subterranean Press [47]
John Joseph Adams magazine and anthology editing [47]
Ginjer Buchanan editing at Ace Books [47]
Jeff VanderMeer Wonderbook: The Illustrated Guide to Creating Imaginative Fiction [47]
Jeremy Zerfoss
Jerad Walters Centipede Press [47]
2015 Sandra Kasturi* ChiZine Publications [48]
Brett Alexander Savory*
John Joseph Adams editing anthologies and Nightmare and Fantasy magazines [48]
Jeanne Cavelos Odyssey Writing workshops [48]
Gordon Van Gelder The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [48]
Jerad Walters Centipede Press [48]
2016 Stephen Jones* The Art of Horror [49]
Joe Monti contributions to the genre [49]
Heather J. Wood Gods, Memes and Monsters: A 21st Century Bestiary [49]
Neil Gaiman The Sandman: Overture [49]
Dave Stewart
J. H. Williams III
Robert Jordan The Wheel of Time Companion [49]
Harriet McDougal
Alan Romanczuk
Maria Simons
2017 Michael Levy* Children's Fantasy Literature: An Introduction [50]
Farah Mendlesohn*
L. Timmel Duchamp Aqueduct Press [50]
Charles Coleman Finlay The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [50]
Kelly Link contributions to the genre [50]
Joe Monti contributions to the genre [50]
2018 Harry Brockway* Writing Madness [51]
Patrick McGrath*
Danel Olson*
Charles Coleman Finlay The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [51]
Irene Gallo Art Direction at Tor Books and Tor.com [51]
Greg Ketter DreamHaven Books [51]
Leslie Klinger The New Annotated Frankenstein [51]
2019 Molly Barton Serial Box [52]
Jeff Li
James Stuart[disambiguation needed]
Julian Yap
Charles Coleman Finlay The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction [52]
Irene Gallo Art Direction at Tor Books and Tor.com [52]
Catherine McIlwaine Tolkien: Maker of Middle-earth exhibition [52]
Huw Lewis-Jones The Writer's Map: An Atlas of Imaginary Lands [52]

See alsoEdit

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