The Essential Peter S. Beagle, Volumes 1 & 2
Peter S. Beagle

2023 Locus Award finalist

The Bruising of Qilwa
Naseem Jamnia

2022 World Fantasy Award nominee
2022 Locus Award nominee

Boys, Beasts, & Men
Sam Miller

2022 Locus Award Winner
2022 World Fantasy Award Nominee

The Extractionist
Kimberly Unger

2022 Philip K. Dick Award Winner

Lavie Tidhar

2022 Dragon Award nominee

Escapement website

The Escapement
Lavie Tidhar

2021 Philip K. Dick Award Special Citation, Best Novel
2021 Locus Award nominee


Body Shocks
Ellen Datlow

2021 Splatterpunk Award winner

The Four Profound Weaves
R. B. Lemberg

2020 World Fantasy Award finalist
2020 Nebula Award finalist
2020 Ignyte Award finalist
2020 Locus Award finalist
2020 Otherwise Award honor list

The Violent Century
Lavie Tidhar

2016 Seiun Award nominee
2015 Gaylactic Spectrum Award nominee
2015 International Dublin Literary Award longlist

How to Fracture a Fairy Tale
Jane Yolen

2019 Anne Izard Storytellers’ Choice Award winner
2019 Locus Award finalist

Unholy Land
Lavie Tidhar

2021 Prix Planète winner
2019 Dragon Award nominee
2019 John W. Campbell Memorial Award finalist
2019 Locus Award finalist
2018 Kitschies Award shortlist
2018 Sidewise Award nominee
2018 British Science Fiction Award finalist, Best Artwork (Sarah Anne Langton)

The Freeze-Frame Revolution
Peter Watts

2019 Nowa Fantastyka Prize winner
2019 John W. Campbell Memorial Award finalist
2018 British Science Fiction Award nominee
2019 Locus Award Finalist

Peter S. Beagle

2018 Locus Award finalist

2017 Locus Award finalist “The Story of Kao Yu”

The Emerald Circus
Jane Yolen

2018 World Fantasy Award winner

1999 Nebula Award winner “Lost Girls”

The New Voices of Fantasy
Peter S. Beagle and Jacob Weisman, eds.

2018 World Fantasy Award winner

2016 Nebula and World Fantasy award winner “Hungry Daughters of Starving Mothers” by Alyssa Wong
2015  Nebula Award winner “Jackalope Wives” by Ursula Vernon
2016 British Fantasy Award winner “The Pauper Prince and the Eucalyptus Jinn” by Usman T. Malik
2013/14 British Fantasy, Nebula, and Hugo nominee  “Selkie Stories are for Losers” by Sofia Samatar
2011/12 Hugo, Nebula, World Fantasy, and Locus nominee “The Cartographer Wasps and the Anarchist Bees” by E. Lily Yu
2015 Shirley Jackson, Nebula, and Tiptree nominee “The Husband Stitch” by Carmen Maria Machado

The Asylum of Dr. Caligari
James Morrow

2017 Shirley Jackson Award nominee – Best Novella

Wicked Wonders
Ellen Klages

2018 World Fantasy Award nominee
2018 Locus Award finalist
2018 Alex Award nominee

In Calabria
Peter S. Beagle

2018 World Fantasy Award nominee
2018 Locus Award finalist
2018 Best Czech Translation award from the Akademie of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror
2017 Northern California Book Award finalist

Pirate Utopia
Bruce Sterling

2018 Theaker’s Quarterly Award winner
2016 Sidewise Award nominee

Nightmares: A new Decade of Modern Horror
Ellen Datlow, ed.

2006 Aurealis Award nominee “Dead Sea Fruit” by Kaaron Warren
2008 International Horror Guild winner “Closet Dreams” by Lisa Tuttle
2008 Bram Stoker nominee “Closet Dreams” by Lisa Tuttle
2009 Ditmar Award winner “The Clay Party” by Steve Duffy
2010 Shirley Jackson Award nominee “Strappado” by Laird Barron
2010 Shirley Jackson Award nominee “Lonegan’s Luck” by Stephen Graham Jones
2012 Shirley Jackson Award nominee “Omphalos” by Livia Llewellyn
2013 Shirley Jackson Award nominee “How We Escaped Our Certain Fate” by Dan Chaon
2014 Shirley Jackson Award nominee “That Tiny Flutter of the Heart I Used to Call Love” by Robert Shearman
2015 Shirley Jackson Award nominee “Shay Corsham Worsted” by Garth Nix

Dreams of Distant Shores
Patricia A.  McKillip

2017 Endeavor Award winner
Featuring 1995 Mythopoeic Award winner “Something Rich and Strange”

Six Months, Three Days
Charlie Jane Anders

2012 Hugo Award winner
2012 Nebula Award nominee
2012 Theodore Sturgeon Award nominee

Central Station
Lavie Tidhar

2020 Xingyun Award winner
2017 John W. Campbell Award winner
2018 Neukom Institute Literary Arts Award winner
2017 Arthur C. Clarke Award shortlist
2016 British Science Fiction Award longlist
2017 Geffen Award nomination, Best Translated Science Fiction
2019 Seiun Award nomination, Best Translated Science Fiction 

Slow Bullets
Alastair Reynolds

2016 Hugo Award finalist
2015 Locus Award winner
2019 Canopus Award winner

We Are All Completely Fine
Daryl Gregory

2015 World Fantasy Award winner
2014 Shirley Jackson winner
2014 Nebula Award nominee
2015 Locus Award nominee
2015 Theodore Sturgeon Award nominee

The Very Best of Fantasy & Science Fiction Volume 2
Gordon Van Gelder, ed.

1980 Balgor Award nominee “——All You Zombies——“ by Robert A. Heinlein
1980 Balgor and Locus Award nominee “Green Magic” by Jack Vance
1978-1979 Nebula and BFA Award winner, Hugo, World Fantasy, Locus and Balrog nominee “Jeffty Is Five” by Harlan Ellison
1985 SF Chronicle Award winner, Hugo, Nebula, and Locus nominee “Salvador” by Lucius Shepard
1985 Hugo, Nebula, Locus and SF Chronicle Award nominee “The Aliens Who Knew, I Mean, Everything” by George Alec Effinger
1987 Hugo, Nebula, Locus and SF Chronicle Award nominee “Rat” by James Patrick Kelly
1994 Hugo and Locus Award nominee “The Bone Woman” by Charles de Lint
1995/96 HOMer, Sidewise, Hugo, Locus, Nebula, SF Chronicle Award nominee “The Lincoln Train” by Maureen F. McHugh
1999-2000 Hugo, Sturgeon, Locus, and Nebula Award nominee “Maneki Neko” by Bruce Sterling
2000 Sturgeon Award nominee “Winemaster” Robert Reed
2000 Sturgeon and Locus Award nominee “Suicide Coast” by M. John Harrison
2002 Sturgeon and Locus Award nominee “Have Not Have” by Geoff Ryman
2005/06 Sturgeon, Hugo and Nebula Award nominee “The People of Sand and Slag” by Paolo Bacigalupi
2007 Nebula Award winner “Echo” by Elizabeth Hand
2012 Nebula and World Fantasy Award winner, Hugo, Sturgeon, Locus nominee “The Paper Menagerie” by Ken Liu

Yesterday’s Kin
Nancy Kress

2014 Nebula Award winner

The Emperor’s Soul
Brandon Sanderson

2013 Hugo Award winner
2013 World Fantasy Award nominee

EPIC: Legends of Fantasy
John Joseph Adams, ed.

2013 World Fantasy Award nominee

Beyond the Rift
Peter Watts

2017 Grand Prix de I’Imaginaire nominee (French translation)
2014 Sunburst Award honorable mention

1992 Prix Aurora Award winner “A Niche”
2010 Hugo Award winner  “The Island”
2010 Shirley Jackson Award winner “The Things”

After the Fall Before the Fall During the Fall
Nancy Kress

2013 Nebula Award winner
2012 Locus Award winner
2013 Hugo and Sturgeon Award nominee
2013 Endeavour Award nominee

The Bible Repairman and Other Stories
Tim Powers

2012 World Fantasy Award winner

The Uncertain Places
Lisa Goldstein

2012 Mythopoeic Award winner

The Best of Joe R. Lansdale
Joe R. Lansdale

1988 Bram Stoker Award winner “Night They Missed the Horror Show”
1989 Bram Stoker Award and the British Fantasy Award winner “On the Far Side of the Cadillac Desert with Dead Folks”
1997 Bram Stoker Award winner “The Big Blow”
1999 Bram Stoker Award winner “The Events Concerning a Nude Fold-Out Found in a Harlequin Romance”

The Hotel Under the Sand
Kage Baker

2010 Andre Norton and Mythopoeic Award nominee
2010 Locus Award runner-up

In the Company of Thieves
Kage Baker

2010 Nebula and Locus award-winner The Women of Nell Gwynne’s

Shambling Towards Hiroshima
James Morrow

2010 Sturgeon Award winner
2010 Nebula Award nominee
2010 Hugo Award nominee
2010 Locus Award nominee

The Very Best of Fantasy & Science Fiction
Gordon van Gelder, ed.

2010 World Fantasy Award nominee

We Never Talk About My Brother 
Peter S. Beagle

2010 World Fantasy Award nominee
2010 Locus Award nominee

2010 Locus Award winner “By Moonlight”

The Apes of Wrath
Richard Klaw, ed.

1975 Nebula Award nominee “After King Kong Fell” by Philip José Farmer
1984 Nebula Award nominee “Her Furry Face” by Leigh Kennedy
1987 Nebula Award, Sturgeon, and Locus winner “Rachel in Love” by Pat Murphy
2009 Hugo Award nominee “Evil Robot Monkey” by Mary Robinette Kowal

Ann and Jeff VanderMeer, eds.

2009 World Fantasy Award nominee

Sidewise Award winner “Seventy-Two Letters” by Ted Chiang

The Dog Said Bow-Wow
Michael Swanwick

2008 Locus Award finalist

2002 Hugo Award winner “The Dog Said Bow-Wow”
2003 Hugo Award winner “Slow Life”
2004 Hugo Award winner “Legions in Time”
2008 Locus Award winner “A Small Room in Koboldtown”

Portable Childhoods
Ellen Klages

2008 Crawford Award nominee

2005 Nebula Award winner “Basement Magic”
2001 Nebula Award nominee  “Flying Over Water”
1999 Nebula and Hugo Award nominee “Time Gypsy”

James Patrick Kelly

2007 Nebula Award winner
2007 Hugo Award nominee

Nina Kiriki Hoffman

2007 Philip K. Dick Award nominee

Feeling Very Strange: The Slipstream Anthology
James Patrick Kelly and John Kessel, eds.

2002 Hugo Award winner ” Hell is the Absence of God” by Ted Chiang
1999 World Fantasy Award winner “The Specialist’s Hat” by Kelly Link
2007 Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award nominee “You Have Never Been Here” by M. Rickert

The Line Between
Peter S. Beagle

2007 Mythopoeic Award nominee “Two Hearts”
2005 Nebula, Hugo and 2007 WSFA Small Press Award winner “El Regalo”

The Best of Xero
Pat and Dick Lupoff

2005 Hugo Award nominee

Stable Strategies and Others
Eileen Gunn

2005 World Fantasy and Philip K. Dick Award nominee
2005 James Tiptree, Jr., Award shortlist

2004 Nebula Award winner “Coming to Terms”
1989 Hugo Award nominee “Stable Strategies for Middle Management”
1990 Hugo Award nominee “Computer Friendly”
2006 Nebula Award nominee “Nirvana High”

The Rhinoceros Who Quoted Nietzsche
Peter S. Beagle

2003 Grand Prix de l’Imaginaire winner
1998 Chesley Award for Best Illustration (Michael Dashow)

Reading the Bones
Sheila Finch

1998 Nebula Award winner

Year’s Best Fantasy 6
David Harwell and Kathleen Cramer

2002 Locus Award finalist

2007 Nebula Award nominee “Walpurgis Afternoon” by Delia Sherman

The Boss in the Wall
Avram Davidson and Grania Davis

1999 Nebula Award nominee
1999 Locus Award finalist

The Stress of Her Regard
Tim Powers

1990 Mythopoeic Fantasy Award winner
1990 World Fantasy Award nominee
1990 Locus Award runner-up

Her Smoke Rose Up Forever
James Tiptree, Jr.

1974 Hugo Award winner “The Girl Who was Plugged In”
1977 Hugo Award winner “Houston, Houston, Do You Read?”

2004 Chesley Award for Best Illustration – John Picacio

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