1996 World Fantasy Award
Winners and Nominees
1996 World Fantasy Awards Ballot
WFC, held in Schaumburg, IL, was chaired by Nancy Ford, Phyllis Weinberg and Tina Jens.
Judges were Bryan Cholfin, Kathryn Cramer, Moshe Feder, Roz Kaveney and Christopher Shelling.
winner Gene Wolfe
winner Christopher Priest, The Prestige
James P. Blaylock, All the Bells on Earth
Vikram Chandra, Red Earth and Pouring Rain
Nina Kiriki Hoffman, The Silent Strength of Stones
Graham Joyce, Requiem
Tim Powers, Expiration Date
winner Michael Swanwick, "Radio Waves"
Nina Kiriki Hoffman, "Home for Christmas"
Ursula K. Le Guin, "Ether OR"
Jonathan Lethem, "The Insipid Profession of Jonathan Hornebom"
Tim Powers, "Where They Are Hid"
Michael Marshall Smith, "More Tomorrow"
winner Gwyneth Jones, "The Grass Princess"
Kit Reed, "The Singing Marine"
Petrina Smith, "Angel Thing"
S.P. Somtow, "Dragon's Fin Soup"
Robert Charles Wilson, "The Perseids"
Douglas E. Winter, "Loop"
winner A. Susan Williams & Richard Glyn Jones, ed., The Penguin Book of Modern Fantasy by Women
Nancy A. Collins, Edward E. Kramer & Martin H. Greenberg, ed., Dark Love
Stephen Jones & David Sutton, ed., Dark Terrors
Lucy Sussex & Judith Raphael Buckrich, ed., She's Fantastical
Steve Rasnic Tem, ed., High Fantastic
winner Gwyneth Jones, Seven Tales and a Fable
Brian Aldiss, The Secret of this Book (aka Common Clay)
Jonathan Carroll, The Panic Hand
Hugh B. Cave, Death Stalks the Night
Charles de Lint, The Ivory and the Horn
winner Gahan Wilson
Alan M. Clark
Special Award - Professional
winner Richard Evans for contributions to the genre
Stephen Jones for editing and anthologies
Kristine Kathryn Rusch for editing, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction
Gordon Van Gelder for editing
Paul Williams for editing, Microcosmic God by Theodore Sturgeon and for his work with the Literary Estate of Theodore Sturgeon
Special Award - Non-Professional
winner Marc Michaud for Necronomicon Press
Fedogan & Bremer for book publishing
Robert K.J. Killheffer, Meg Hamel and Jenna A. Felice for Century
Steve Pasechnick for Edgewood Press
Robert Weinberg for contributions to the genre