Stephen Graham Jones, Lee Murray, and Tim Waggoner each won two 2020 Bram Stoker Awards during the Horror Writers Association StokerCon 2021 Virtual Event held May 20-23.
Jones won the top award, Superior Achievement in a Novel, for The Only Good Indians and won the Long Fiction category for Night of the Mannequins. Jones also won the Long Fiction category in 2017 for Mapping the Interior.
Murray won Superior Achievement in a Fiction Collection for Grotesque: Monster Stories. She shared the win for the Anthology category with Geneve Flynn for Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women.
Waggoner’s wins were in the Non-Fiction and Short Non-Fiction categories for Writing in the Dark and for “Speaking of Horror,” which appeared in The Writer magazine.
Other winners included EV Knight who won for Superior Achievement in a First Novel for The Fourth Whore.
Mary Shelley Presents won for Superior Achievement in a Graphic Novel. Nancy Holder, Chiara Di Francia, Amelia Woo, Laurie Foster, Sandra Molina, and Saida Temofonte received the award.
Adam Cesare’s Clown in a Cornfield won the Young Adult Novel category.
Bird Box author Josh Malerman won Superior Achievement in Short Fiction for “One Last Transformation,” which appeared in the anthology titled Miscreations: Gods, Monstrosities & Other Horrors.
Leigh Whannell won the Screenplay category for The Invisible Man.
Christina Sng won Superior Achievement in a Poetry Collection for A Collection of Dreamscapes. She also won the category in 2017 for A Collection of Nightmares.
Congratulations to the winners. You can watch the full 90-minute Bram Stoker Awards ceremony on YouTube HERE.