Bram Stoker Awards 1989

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The 1989 Bram Stoker Award was given in 1990 for literature from the previous year in seven categories. At the award ceremony, exceptional contributions to horror literature are honored every year. The Bram Stoker Award has been presented since 1987, the winners are chosen by election by the members of the Horror Writers Association (HWA), until 1993 Horror Writers of America .

At the third award ceremony, the prizes were again awarded in the non-fiction category, which was not available in the previous year. In 1989 there was only one double nomination: Joe R. Lansdale received the award for the best novel and was also nominated for the best anthology.

Winners and nominated authors

The 1989 Bram Stoker Award was presented in 1990 in seven categories:

category winner plant Other nominated authors Pictures of
the winners
Novel ( novel ) Dan Simmons Carrion Comfort (German: Power of Evil )
Debut ( First Novel ) Nancy A. Collins Sunglasses After Dark (German: Sonja Blue's kiss of death ) Nancy A. Collins, 2004
Novella ( Long Fiction ) Joe R. Lansdale On the Far Side of the Cadillac Desert With Dead Folks Joe R. Lansdale, 2012
Short story ( short fiction ) Robert R. McCammon Eat me
Anthology ( Fiction Collection ) Richard Matheson Collected stories Richard Matheson, 2008
Fiction book ( Nonfiction ) Harlan Ellison
Stephen Jones & Kim Newman
Harlan Ellison's Watching
Horror: The 100 Best Books
Harlan Ellison, 1986
Kim Newman, 2007
Lifetime ( Lifetime Achievement ) Robert Bloch Robert Bloch, 1976

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