2018 Imadjinn Awards Winners
Winners for the 2018 Imadjinn Awards were announced, including several titles of genre interest.
Best Science Fiction Novel
- The Unmoving Stars, Dave Creek (self-published)
Best Fantasy Novel
- The Rite of Wands, Mackenzie Flohr (Indigo)
Best Horror Novel
- Dark and Deadly Things, Kelly Martin (self-published)
Best Urban Fantasy Novel
- Orphan: Surfacing, Nathan Day (Seventh Star)
Best Paranormal Romance
- Magic’s Fate, Sela Carsen (Sugar Skull)
Best Non-Fiction Book
- Invisible 3: Essays and Poems on Representation in SF/F, Jim C. Hines & Mary Anne Mohanraj, ed. (self-published)
- Malice in Memphis: Elmwood: Stories to Die For, Carolyn McSparren, ed. (Dark Oak)
Best Short Story
- Frostbite, E.J. Stevens (Sacred Oaks)
Winners were honored at an awards ceremony held at Imaginarium 2018, October 5-7, 2018 at the Ramada Plaza Hotel and Conference Center in Louisville KY. For more information see the Imaginarium website.
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Small correction: INVISIBLE 3 was coedited by myself and Mary Anne Mohanraj.