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The David Gemmell Fantasy Awards 2011
« on: May 29, 2011, 04:46:56 AM »
The world-wide Fantasy Awards chosen by readers! 
Shortlists are open for voting until 27th May in
The LEGEND AWARD for Best Fantasy Novel
The MORNINGSTAR AWARD for Best Debut Novel
The RAVENHEART AWARD for Best Cover Art
Make your voice heard by voting free at
www.gemmellaward.com


Want to be at the glittering Awards Ceremony?
Mingle with writers, publishers, artists?
It's held in the Magic Circle Headquarters in Euston,
London, on Friday 17th June at 7.30 p.m.
Buffet and wine/soft drinks, auction and the highlight
of the evening, the Presentation Ceremony itself
Formal attire, though not necessarily black tie
Fan tickets are available at £20 from
[email protected]

Ravenheart Award
For best fantasy book cover

Olof Erla Einarsdottir for Power & Majesty (HarperCollins Australia)
Victoria Frank for Tymon’s Flight (HarperCollins Australia)
Todd Lockwood for The Ragged Man (Pyr)
Cliff Nielson for The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms (Orbit)
Jon Sullivan for Shadow King (The Black Library)

Morningstar Award
For best debut novel

Blake Charlton: Spellwright (Tor US)
Darius Hinks: Warrior Priest (The Black Library)
N.K. Jemisin: The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms (Orbit UK/US)
Alexey Pehov: Shadow Prowler (Tor US)
Mary Victoria: Tymon’s Flight (HarperCollins Australia)

Legend Award
For best fantasy novel

There are six short-listed titles this year as two were tied.

Peter V. Brett: The Desert Spear (Voyager)
Markus Heitz: War of the Dwarves (Orbit UK/US)
Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson: Towers of Midnight (Orbit UK/Tor US)
Pierre Pevel: The Alchemist in the Shadows (Gollancz)
Brandon Sanderson: The Way of Kings (Gollancz/Tor US)
Brent Weeks: The Black Prism (Orbit UK/US)

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The David Gemmell Fantasy Awards 2011
« on: May 29, 2011, 04:46:56 AM »