2007 Aurealis Award Winners

The winners of the 2007 Aurealis Awards were announced at a ceremony in Brisbane on Saturday 26th January. These awards honour the best Australian fiction in a number of sf and fantasy categories, and are decided by a committee of judges appointed in each category.

Best Science Fiction Novel
David Kowalski, The Company of the Dead, Pan Macmillan

Best Science Fiction Short Story
Cat Sparks, "Hollywood Roadkill", On Spec, #69

Best Fantasy Novel
Lian Hearn, Heaven's Net is Wide, Tales of the Otori The First Book, Hachette Livre

Best Fantasy Short Story
Garth Nix, "Sir Hereward and Mister Fitz go to War Again", Jim Baen's Universe, April 2007

Best Horror Novel
Susan Parisi, Blood of Dreams, Penguin Group (Australia)

Best Horror Short Story
Anna Tambour, "The Jeweller of Second-Hand Roe", Subterranean, #7

Best Young Adult Novel
Anthony Eaton, Skyfall, UQP

Best Young Adult Short Story
Deborah Biancotti, "A Scar for Leida", Fantastic Wonder Stories, Ticonderoga Publications

Best Children's (8-12 years) Long Fiction
Kate Forsyth, The Silver Horse, The Chain of Charms 2, Pan Macmillan
Kate Forsyth, The Herb of Grace, The Chain of Charms 3, Pan Macmillan
Kate Forsyth, The Cat's Eye Shell, The Chain of Charms 4, Pan Macmillan
Kate Forsyth, The Lightning Bolt, The Chain of Charms 5, Pan Macmillan
Kate Forsyth, The Butterfly in Amber, The Chain of Charms 6, Pan Macmillan [The judges considered this series as one work.]

Best Children's (8-12 years) Short Fiction (tie)
Marc McBride, World of Monsters, Scholastic Australia and
Briony Stewart, Kumiko and the Dragon, UQP

Peter McNamara Convenors' Award for Excellence
Terry Dowling, Rynemonn, Coeur de Lion Publications

Golden Aurealis
Novel: David Kowalski, The Company of the Dead, Pan Macmillan
Short Story: Cat Sparks, "Hollywood Roadkill", On Spec, #69

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