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 Post subject: British Fantasy Awards 2007
PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2007 12:41 pm 
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The winners have just been announced.

Best Novel: Dusk by Tim Lebbon
http://www.infinitas.com.au/Product.php?bar=9780553383645

Best Anthology: Fragile Things by Neil Gaiman
http://www.infinitas.com.au/Product.php?bar=9780755334148

Best Newcomer: Joe Hill
http://www.infinitas.com.au/ProductsByAuthor.php?autid=29138

Full results can be found at http://www.fantasycon.org.uk/blog/?p=33

Interesting to note that Dusk is currently (as of writing this) only available as a trade paperbcak edition. The mass market paperbcak that was due to be published in April 2007 was cancelled before publication. One wonders how logn it will be until we see that decision reconsidered!

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Mmm... Some publisher made the decision to cancel publication of the title that went on to win Best Novel in the British Fantasy Award. Who made that decision?


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Tim wrote:
Mmm... Some publisher made the decision to cancel publication of the title that went on to win Best Novel in the British Fantasy Award. Who made that decision?


I'm guessing a now ex-publisher :)

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That would be the expectation of someone in the IT industry. Publishing is much more inefficient.


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