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Geoffrey Maloney
Posted on Saturday, April 10, 2004 - 11:43 pm:   

The 2003 Aurealis Awards winners and shortlisted works are

DIVISION A: SCIENCE FICTION

Novels:

WINNER Fallen Gods, Jon Blum and Kate Orman (Telos Publishing)

Wyrmhole, Jay Caselberg (ROC Science Fiction)

Terminator Gene, Ian Irvine (Simon & Schuster Australia)

Blue Box, Kate Orman (BBC Worldwide)

Orphans of Earth, Sean Williams and Shane Dix (HarperCollins)

Honourable Mention: The Earthborn, Paul Collins (Tor)

Short Stories:

WINNER “Louder Echo”, Brendan Duffy (Agog! Terrific Tales, Agog! Press)

“Acquired Tastes”, Stephen Dedman (ASIM #9)

“Amy's Stars”, Sue Isle (Orb #5)

“Sigmund Freud and the Feral Freeway”, Martin Livings (Agog! Terrific Tales, Agog! Press)

“State of Oblivion”, Kaaron Warren (Elsewhere, Canberra Speculative Fiction Guild)

Honourable Mentions:

“Clockwork” (Trent Jamieson / Glimpses); “'Cross the Nullabor to the Sea” (Cat Sparks / Glimpses); “The Earth Equation” (Shane Brown / Glimpses); and “The Wall” (Grace Dugan / Glimpses).

DIVISION B: FANTASY

Novels:

WINNER Abhorsen (Book 3 of The Old Kingdom Trilogy), Garth Nix (Allen & Unwin)

The Aware (Isles of Glory Book 1), Glenda Larke (HarperCollins)

Grass for his Pillow (Tales of the Otori Book 2), Lian Hearn (Hodder)

The Etched City, KJ Bishop (Prime Books)

Voyage of the Shadowmoon, Sean McMullen (Tor)

Honourable Mentions: Scrutator (Well of Echoes Book 3), Ian Irvine (Penguin/ Viking);

Lamplighter, Anthony O'Neil (HarperCollins)

Short Stories:

WINNER “La Sentinelle”, Lucy Sussex, (Southern Blood – New Australian Tales of the Supernatural Sandglass Enterprises)

“In the Bookshadow”, Marianne de Pierres (Dreamhaven Books)

“Tireki and the Wind”, Lily Chrywenstrom, (Fables and Reflections #4)

“Hope Chest”, Garth Nix (Firebirds)

Honourable Mentions: “Storm in a Chandelier”, Tracey Rolfe (Agog! Terrific Tales, Agog! Press)

“Louder Echo”, Brendan Duffy (Agog! Terrific Tales, Agog! Press)

DIVISION C: HORROR

Novels:

WINNER Born of The Sea, Victor Kelleher (Viking/Penguin)

The Lamplighter, Anthony O'Neill (Harper Collins)

The Autumn Castle: Europa Suite 1, Kim Wilkins (Harper Collins)

Short Stories:

WINNER “Love Is a Stone”, Simon Brown (Gathering the Bones HarperCollins)

“The Wind Shall Blow For Ever Mair”, Stephen Dedman (Gathering the Bones, HarperCollins)

“Amy’s Stars”, Sue Isle (Orb #5)

“Kijin Tea”, Kyla Ward (Agog! Terrific Tales, Agog! Press)

“Blake’s Angel”, Janeen Webb (Gathering the Bones, HarperCollins)

DIVISION D: YOUNG ADULT

Novels:

JOINT WINNER Dragonkeeper, Carole Wilkinson (Black Dog Books)

JOINT WINNER Abhorsen (Book 3 of The Old Kingdom Trilogy), Garth Nix (Allen & Unwin)

The Silken Road to Samarkand (The Sinbad Chronicles Book 2), Janeen Webb (HarperCollins)

Short Stories:

No Award

DIVISION E: CHILDREN’S (8-12 YEARS)

Long Fiction:

WINNER Mister Monday (Keys of the Kingdom book 1), Garth Nix (Scholastic)

Eustace, Catherine Jinks (Allen & Unwin)

Max Remy Superspy: The Hollywood Mission, Deborah Abela (Random House)

Jumpman Rule 2, James Valentine (Random House)

Dragonkeeper, Carole Wilkinson (Black Dog Books)

The Perfect Princess (Quentaris Chronicles), Jenny Pausacker (Lothian Books)

Short Fiction:

WINNER Lily Quench and the Lighthouse of Skellig Mor, Natalie Jane Prior (Hodder Headline)

Wolfchild, Roseanne Hawke (Lothian)

Tashi and the Royal Tombs, Anna and Barbara Fienberg and Kim Gamble(Allen & Unwin)

Lily Quench and the Magicians' Pyramid, Natalie Jane Prior (Hodder Headline)

Emily Eyefinger and the Balloon Bandits, Duncan Ball (HarperCollins)

The Lighthouse Secret, Penny Garsworthy (Word Weavers)

THE PETER McNAMARA CONVENORS’ AWARD

WINNER Nick Stathopoulos, for his outstanding contribution to the field of speculative fiction illustration







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