The Horror Writers Association has announced the nominees for the 2021 Bram Stoker Awards, which recognize superior achievement in horror and dark fiction. The awards have been given annually since 1987.
Members of the Horror Writers Association vote on the winners; ballots go out next week, and the winners will be announced on May 15th at StokerCon in Denver, Colorado.
Congratulations to the nominees!

Superior Achievement in a Novel
Superior Achievement in a First Novel*
*Due to a tie in fifth place, there are six nominees in this category.
Superior Achievement in a Graphic Novel
Superior Achievement in a Young Adult Novel
Superior Achievement in Long Fiction
Superior Achievement in Short Fiction
Superior Achievement in a Fiction Collection
Superior Achievement in a Screenplay
Superior Achievement in a Poetry Collection
Superior Achievement in an Anthology
Superior Achievement in Non-Fiction
Superior Achievement in Short Non-Fiction
Dejan Ognjanović – “The Three Paradigms of Horror” (Vastarien Vol. 4, Issue 2) (Grimscribe Press)
Cindy O’Quinn – “One and Done” (Were Tales: A Shapeshifter Anthology) (Brigids Gate Press)
Emily Ruth Verona – “A Horror Fan’s Guide to Surviving Womanhood” (thefinalgirls.co.uk)
Kevin J. Wetmore Jr. – “Devil’s Advocates: The Conjuring” (Auteur Publishing/Liverpool University Press)
Angela Yuriko Smith – “Horror Writers: Architects of Hope” (The Sirens Call, Halloween 2021, Issue 55) (Sirens Call Publications)

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