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Bram Stoker Awards for Superior Achievement
1999 Bram Stoker Award Nominees
Darker than Night, Owl Goingback (Signet)
Hannibal, Thomas Harris (Delacorte)
Low Men in Yellow Coats, Stephen King (Hearts in Atlantis)
Hexes, Tom Piccirilli (Leisure)
Mr. X, Peter Straub (Random House)
Widow's Walk, Steve Beai (Indigo)
Every Dead Thing, John Connolly (Simon & Schuster)
King Rat, China Miéville (Macmillan UK/ Tor)
Wither, J.G. Passarella (Pocket)
"Five Days in April," Brian A. Hopkins (Chiaroscuro: Treatments of Light and Shade in Words, July)
"Dread in the Beast," Charlee Jacob (Dread in the Beast)
"Right to Life," Jack Ketchum (published as a small book by Cemetery Dance)
"Mad Dog Summer," Joe R. Lansdale (999: New Stories of Horror and Suspense)
"The Grave," P.D. Cacek (999: New Stories of Horror and Suspense)
"The Entertainment," Ramsey Campbell (999: New Stories of Horror and Suspense)
"Halloween Street," Steve Rasnic Tem (F&SF, July)
"After Shock," by F. Paul Wilson (Realms of Fantasy, Dec.)
Death Drives a Semi, Edo van Belkom (Quarry Press)
The Nightmare Chronicles, Douglas Clegg (Leisure)
Hearts in Atlantis, Stephen King (Scribner)
Deep into that Darkness Peering, Tom Piccirilli (Terminal Fright) ANTHOLOGY
The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, Twelfth Annual Collection, edited by Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling (St. Martin's)
The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 10, edited by Stephen Jones (Carroll and Graf)
The Last Continent: New Tales of Zothique, edited by John Pelan (ShadowLands Press)
999: New Stories of Horror and Suspense edited by Al Sarrantonio (Avon)
DarkEcho, (all 1999 issues) edited by Paula Guran
The Essential Monster Movie Guide, Stephen Jones (Titan)
Vincent Price: A Daughter's Biography by Victoria Price (St. Martin's)
Hellnotes, (all 1999 issues) edited by David B. Silva & Paul F. Olson
Sandman: The Dream Hunters, Neil Gaiman (DC/Vertigo)
Jonah Hex: Shadows West #1, Joe R. Lansdale (DC/Vertigo, Feb.)
Hellboy: Box Full of Evil, Mike Mignola (Dark Horse Comics, Sept.)
Faust: Book of M, David Quinn (Avatar Press)
The Green Mile, Frank Darabont (Castle Rock)
The Blair Witch Project, Daniel Myrick & Eduardo Sanchez (Artisan Entertainment)
Sixth Sense, M. Night Shyamalan (Hollywood Films/Spyglass)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer, "Hush," Joss Whedon (Fox)
Something Lumber This Way Comes, Joe R. Lansdale (Subterranean Press)
Creepy Susie & 13 Other Tragic Tales for Troubled Children, Angus Oblong (Ballantine)
Harry Potter and the Prisoners of Azkaban, J.K.Rowling (Bloomsbury UK/Scholastic Levine)
I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream, (Audio) by Harlan Ellison (Dove)
Masters of Terror (Web site), Andy Fairclough (Andy Fairclough)
Gothic.Net, (Web site) Seth Lindberg (Darren McKeeman)
Conspiracies (Audio CD of F. Paul Wilson story) by WyrdSisterS ProductionS (WyrdSisterS Productions/ Gauntlet Press)
Bram Stoker Awards for Superior Achievement

The Horror Writers Association (HWA) was formed in the 1980s to bring together writers and others professionally interested in horror and dark fantasy and to foster a greater appreciation of dark fiction among the general public. To do so, HWA issues a regular newsletter, presents the Bram Stoker Awards and provides members with the latest news on paying markets both by mail and email. Recent efforts include a Recommended Reading List. As well, they have sponsored a series of successful members-only anthologies.

There are two basic levels of membership in HWA. Affiliate members receive the same publications and organization services as Active members and may recommend books and stories for the annual Bram Stoker Awards. However, Affiliate members may not vote on the awards or in the election of HWA officers. The Stokers will be awarded at the HWA's annual meeting and awards banquet on May 13 at the Adams-Mark Hotel in Denver, CO.

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