Winners for the 2020 Imadjinn Awards, including several titles of genre interest, were announced on September 27, 2020, the last day of the Imaginarium 2020 Virtual Conference and Convention.
Best Science Fiction Novel
- WINNER: Harvest Day, R. Kyle Hannah (Jumpmaster)
- Things They Buried, Amanda K. King & Michael R. Swanson (Ismae)
Best Fantasy Novel
- WINNER: Things They Buried, Amanda K. King & Michael R. Swanson (Ismae)
- The Amulet of Elements, Rose Marie Machario (Seventh Star)
- To Kill a Fae, Jamie A. Waters (self-published)
Best Horror Novel
- WINNER: The Crymost, Dean H. Wild (Blood Bound)
Best Urban Fantasy Novel
- WINNER: A Drop of Magic, L.R. Braden (Bell Bridge)
- Wolf Dreams, Aimee Easterling (self-published)
- Love, Lies, and Hocus Pocus Betrayal, Lydia Sherrer (Chenoweth)
- Tattered Men, Michael Williams (Seventh Star)
Best Steampunk Novel
- WINNER: Black Recluse, Anna Bowman (Rivet Wing)
Best Paranormal Romance
- WINNER: The Guardian, Amy Leigh McCorkle (Healing Hands)
Best Young Adult Novel
- WINNER: Persnickety Jones and the Pirates of Undertoe, Robert Ottoman (Wicked Clever)
- The Evil Within, Karen Kasey (self-published)
- WINNER: Mayhem In Memphis, Carolyn McSparren, ed. (Dingbat)
- Tales of the Lost, Volume 1: We All Lose Something!, Eugene Johnson, ed. (Things in the Well)
- Dark Tides, John J. Questore & Eugene Johnson, eds. (Gestalt)
Best Short Story Collection
- WINNER: Terror in Time, Melodie Romeo (Past and Prologue), tied
Best Short Story
- WINNER: “Woman off the Grid”, Sandy Lender (TulipTree Review Spring ’19)
The winner in the short story collection category tied with the non-genre title Hero Without a Cape by Katheryn Ragle (self-published). For more information, including a full list of winners, see the Imaginarium website.
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