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2016 Aurealis Awards Winners

The 2016 Aurealis Awards winners, recognizing the best in Australian speculative fiction, were announced April 14, 2017.

BEST SCIENCE FICTION NOVEL

  • Watershed, Jane Abbott (Penguin Random House)
  • Confluence, S.K. Dunstall (Ace)
  • Squid’s Grief, DK Mok (self-published)
  • Stiletto, Daniel O’Malley (HarperCollins)
  • Threader, Rebekah Turner (Harlequin Australia)

BEST SCIENCE FICTION NOVELLA

  • “Salto Mortal”, Nick T. Chan (Lightspeed 6/16)
  • Waking in Winter, Deborah Biancotti (PS)
  • “Going Viral”, Thoraiya Dyer (Dimension6 #8)
  • The Bonobo’s Dream, Rose Mulready (Seizure)
  • “All the Colours of the Tomato”, Simon Petrie (Dimension6 #9)
  • “Did We Break the End of the World?”, Tansy Rayner Roberts (Defying Doomsday)

BEST SCIENCE FICTION SHORT STORY

  • “Of Sight, of Mind, of Heart”, Samantha Murray (Clarkesworld 11/16)
  • “Trainspotting in Winesburg”, Jack Dann (Concentration)
  • “The Baby Eaters”, Ian McHugh (Asimov’s 1/16)
  • “The Autumn Dog Cannot Live to Spring”, Claire McKenna (In Your Face)
  • “68 Days”, Kaaron Warren (Tomorrow’s Cthulu)
  • “The Least of Things”, Jen White (Aurealis #94)

BEST FANTASY NOVEL

BEST FANTASY NOVELLA

  • “Raven’s First Flight”, Alan Baxter (SNAFU: Black Ops)
  • “By the Laws of Crab and Woman”, Jason Fischer (Review of Australian Fiction #118)
  • The Bonobo’s Dream, Rose Mulready (Seizure)
  • “Burnt Sugar”, Kirstyn McDermott (Dreaming in the Dark)
  • “Finnegan’s Field”, Angela Slatter (Tor.com 1/13/16)

BEST FANTASY SHORT STORY

  • “Where the Pelican Builds Her Nest”, Thoraiya Dyer (In Your Face)
  • “Watercress Soup”, Tamlyn Dreaver (Andromeda Spaceways Magazine #65)
  • “Dune Time”, Jack Nicholls (Tor.com 4/19/16)
  • “Penny for a Match, Mister?”, Garth Nix (The Starlit Wood)
  • “The Lighthouse at Cape Defeat”, David Versace (Aurealis #89)
  • “The Cartographer’s Price”, Suzanne Willis (Mythic Delirium 7-9/16)

BEST HORROR NOVEL

BEST HORROR NOVELLA

  • Box of Bones, Jeremy Bates (Ghillinnein)
  • “Served Cold”, Alan Baxter (Dreaming in the Dark)
  • “Waking in Winter”, Deborah Biancotti (PS)
  • “The Starlight Circus”, Tara Calaby (Red Sun Magazine 12/16)
  • “Pan”, Christopher Ruz (Andromeda Spaceways Magazine #62)

BEST HORROR SHORT STORY

  • “Flame Trees”, T.R. Napper (Asimov’s 4-5/16)
  • “Non Zero Sum”, R.P.L. Johnson (SNAFU: Hunters)
  • “Penny for a Match, Mister?”, Garth Nix (The Starlit Wood)
  • “The Red Forest”, Angela Slatter (Winter Children and Other Chilling Tales)
  • “68 Days”, Kaaron Warren (Tomorrow’s Cthulhu)
  • “Life, or Whatever Passes For It”, Durand Welsh (Peel Back the Skin)

BEST YOUNG ADULT NOVEL

BEST YOUNG ADULT SHORT STORY

  • “A Right Pretty Mate”, Lisa L. Hannett (Dreaming in the Dark)
  • “Dune Time”, Jack Nicholls (Tor.com 4/19/16)
  • “No One Here is Going to Save You”, Shauna O’Meara (In Your Face)
  • “Did We Break the End of the World?”, Tansy Rayner Roberts (Defying Doomsday)

BEST CHILDREN’S FICTION

  • When the Lyrebird Calls, Kim Kane (Allen & Unwin)

BEST COLLECTION

BEST ANTHOLOGY

BEST GRAPHIC NOVEL/ILLUSTRATED WORK

  • Mechanica, Lance Balchin (Five Mile)
  • BROBOT, James Foley (Fremantle)
  • The Spider King, Josh Vann (self-published)

CONVENORS’ AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE

 

The Sara Douglass Book Series Award did not run.

Winners were honored in an awards ceremony during Swancon 42, April 13-17, 2017 in Perth, Australia. For more, see the official website.


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