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Kitschies Awards

By / February 23, 2016 / no comments

Right now, it seems that every time you turn around another award has announced its shortlist. This time it’s the Kitschies, which are presented for the most “progressive, intelligent and entertaining” novels containing elements of the speculative and fantastic.

Red Tentacle (Novel)

heart goes last
The Heart Goes Last
, by Margaret Atwood (Bloomsbury)

europe at midnight
Europe at Midnight
, by Dave Hutchinson (Solaris)

reflection
The Reflection
, by Hugo Wilcken (Melville House)

fifth season
The Fifth Season
, by N. K. Jemisin (Orbit)

thing itself
The Thing Itself
, by Adam Roberts (Gollancz)

 

Golden Tentacle (Debut)

the shore
The Shore
, by Sara Taylor (William Heinemann)

blackass
Blackass
, by A. Igoni Barrett (Chatto and Windus)

gracekeepers
The Gracekeepers
, by Kirsty Logan (Harvill Secker)

night clock
The Night Clock
, by Paul Meloy (Solaris)

making wolf
Making Wolf
, by Tade Thompson (Rosarium)

 

Inky Tentacle (Cover Art)

The Vorrh, by Brian Catling, design by Pablo Declan (Coronet)

Monsters, by Emerald Fennell, art direction by Jet Purdie, illustration by Patrick Leger (Hot Key Books)

The Honours, by Tim Clare, design and illustration by Peter Adlington (Canongate)

The Door that Led to Where, by Sally Gardner, art direction and design by Jet Purdie, illustration by Dover Publications Inc & Shutterstock (Hot Key Books)

Get In Trouble, by Kelly Link, design by Alex Merto (Canongate)

 

Invisible Tentacle (Natively Digital Fiction)

Arcadia by Iain Pears, http://arcadiatheapp.com/ (Faber/Touchpress)

LIFE IS STRANGE http://www.lifeisstrange.com/ (Square Enix)

Daniel Barker’s Birthday, by Frog Croakley https://storify.com/FrogCroakley/the-colelcted-daniel-barker-s-birth (@FrogCroakley)

The Last Hours of Laura K, http://thelasthoursoflaurak.com/ (BBC Writer’s Room)

Bloodborne http://www.fromsoftware.jp/pc_en/product/detail_92.html (Hidetaka Miyazaki/FromSoftware)

 

The winners will be announced on 7th March, and there’s a total of £2,500 in prize money (though there is no indication of how this might be divided between the four winners).

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