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Book awards: International Horror Guild Award

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Angels & Visitations by Neil GaimanCollection, 1994
Anno Dracula by Kim NewmanNovel, 1994
Black Sun by Douglas E. WinterShort Fiction, 1994
Grave Markings by Michael ArnzenFirst Novel, 1994
Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles [1994 film] by Neil JordanFilm, 1994
Jonah Hex: Two-Gun Mojo [Collection] by Joe R. LansdaleGraphic Novel / Illustrated Narrative, 1994
Love in Vein: Twenty Original Tales of Vampiric Erotica by Poppy Z. BriteAnthology, 1994
The Bars on Satan's Jailhouse by Norman PartridgeLong Fiction, 1995
Best New Horror 6 by Stephen JonesAnthology, 1995
Cages by Edward GormanCollection, 1995
Loop by Douglas E. WinterShort Fiction, 1995
Résumé with monsters by William Browning SpencerNovel, 1995
The Safety of Unknown Cities by Lucy TaylorFirst Novel, 1995
The 37th Mandala by Marc LaidlawNovel, 1996
Conference with the Dead by Terry LamsleyCollection, 1996
Darkside : horror for the next millennium by John PelanAnthology, 1996
Dead Heat by Del Stone, Jr.First Novel, 1996
Hellboy: Wake the Devil by Mike MignolaIllustrated Narrative, 1996
Scream [1996 film] by Wes CravenFilm, 1996
Underbed (short story) by Graham MastertonShort Fiction, 1996
Coppola's Dracula by Kim NewmanLong Fiction, 1997
Drawn to the Grave by Mary Ann MitchellFirst Novel, 1997
Nazareth Hill by Ramsey CampbellNovel, 1997
Preacher Vol. 3: Proud Americans by Garth EnnisIllustrated Narrative, 1997
Revelations by Douglas E. WinterAnthology, 1997
The Throne of Bones by Brian McNaughtonCollection, 1997
Black butterflies by John ShirleyCollection, 1998
Dark Terrors 4 by Stephen JonesAnthology, 1998
Dawn Song by Michael MaranoFirst Novel, 1998
Fog Heart by Thomas TessierNovel, 1998
Gods and Monsters [1998 film] by Bill CondonFilm, 1998
Silk by Caitlín R. KiernanFirst Novel, 1998
St. James Guide to Horror, Ghost & Gothic Writers Edition 1. (St. James Guide to Writers Series) by David PringleNonfiction, 1998
Transmetropolitan Vol. 01: Back on the Street [Original edition] by Warren EllisIllustrated Narrative, 1998
Crocodile Rock by Lucius ShepardLong Fiction, 1999
The Divinity Student by Michael CiscoFirst Novel, 1999
The Emperor's Old Bones by Gemma FilesShort Fiction, 1999
Fantasy and Horror: A Critical and Historical Guide to Literature, Illustration, Film, TV, Radio, and the Internet by Neil BarronNonfiction, 1999
The Nightmare Chronicles by Douglas CleggCollection, 1999
A Prayer for the Dying by Stewart O'NanNovel, 1999
Stir of Echoes [2000 film] by David KoeppFilm, 1999
Subterranean Gallery (Anthology) by Richard ChizmarAnthology, 1999
Vampires by John SteakleyBest Movie Nominee, 1999
Adams Fall by Sean DesmondFirst Novel, 2000
American Psycho [2000 film] by Mary HarronFilm, 2000
At the Foot of the Story Tree by Bill SheehanNonfiction, 2000
City Fishing by Steve Rasnic TemCollection, 2000
Declare by Tim PowersNovel, 2000
I Feel Sick #1 and #2 Set of Two Comics by Jhonen VasquezIllustrated Narrative, 2000
Ghost Music: And Other Tales by Thomas TessierCollection, 2000
The Man on the Ceiling [novella] by Steve Rasnic TemLong Fiction, 2000
October Dreams: A Celebration of Halloween (Anthology) by Richard ChizmarAnthology, 2000
Cleopatra Brimstone by Elizabeth HandLong Fiction, 2001
Ginger Snaps by John FawcettFilm, 2001
Night Visions 10 by Richard ChizmarAnthology, 2001
Onion by Caitlín KiernanShort Fiction, 2001
Ordinary Horror by David SearcyFirst Novel, 2001
Threshold by Caitlín R. KiernanNovel, 2001
Through Shattered Glass by David B. SilvaCollection, 2001
Wild Hairs by David J. SchowNonfiction, 2001
Abarat by Clive BarkerIllustrated Narrative, 2002
Dark Terrors 6 by Stephen JonesAnthology, 2002
Death and Suffrage by Dale BaileyIntermediate Form, 2002
Figures in Rain: Weird and Ghostly Tales by Chet WilliamsonCollection, 2002
Frailty [2002 film] by Bill PaxtonFilm, 2002
My Work is Not Yet Done by Thomas LigottiLong Fiction, 2002
The Prospect Cards by Don TumasonisShort Form, 2002
Ramsey Campbell, Probably by Ramsey CampbellNonfiction, 2002
A Scattering of Jades by Alexander C. IrvineFirst Novel, 2002
A Winter Haunting by Dan SimmonsNovel, 2002
Dancing Men by Glen HirshbergMid-length Fiction, 2003
The Dark by Ellen DatlowAnthology, 2003
The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair that Changed America by Erik LarsonNonfiction, 2003
The Goon: My Murderous Childhood (and Other Grievous Yarns) by Eric PowellIllustrated Narrative, 2003
Jinn by Matthew B.J. DelaneyFirst Novel, 2003
Lost Boy, Lost Girl by Peter StraubNovel, 2003
Louisiana Breakdown by Lucius ShepardLong Fiction, 2003
More Tomorrow & Other Stories by Michael Marshall SmithCollection, 2003
Spider by David CronenbergFilm, 2003
The Two Sams: Ghost Stories by Glen HirshbergCollection, 2003
With Acknowledgements To Sun Tzu by Brian HodgeShort Fiction, 2003
Acquainted with the Night by Barbara RodenAnthology, 2004
The Bug Boy by Hideshi HinoIllustrated Narrative, 2004
Flat Diane by Daniel AbrahamMedium Length, 2004
The Ghost Writer by John HarwoodFirst Novel, 2004
The Overnight by Ramsey CampbellNovel, 2004
A Serious Life by D.M. MitchellNonfiction, 2004
Shaun of the Dead [film] by Edgar WrightFilm, 2004
Viator by Lucius ShepardLong Fiction, 2004
The Wavering Knife: Stories by Brian EvensonCollection, 2004
20th Century Ghosts by Joe HillCollection, 2005
Home Before Dark: The Collected Cedar Hill Stories, Volume 2 by Gary A. BraunbeckLong Fiction, 2005
Lunar Park by Bret Easton EllisNovel, 2005
La Peau Verte by Caitlín R. KiernanMid-length Fiction, 2005
Supernatural Literature of the World [Three Volumes] [3 volumes]: An Encyclopedia by S. T. JoshiNonfiction, 2005
There's A Hole In The City by Richard BowesShort Fiction, 2005
A.L.I.E.E.E.N.: Archives of Lost Issues and Earthly Editions of Extraterrestrial Novelties by Lewis TrondheimIllustrated Narrative, 2006
American Morons by Glen HirshbergCollection, 2006
The Box by Stephen GallagherShort Fiction, 2006
Cover Story: The Art of John Picacio by John PicacioArt, 2006
Dark Harvest by Norman PartridgeLong Fiction, 2006
Icons of Horror and the Supernatural: An Encyclopedia of Our Worst Nightmares by S. T. JoshiNonfiction, 2006
Lords of the Razor by Joe R. LansdaleAnthology, 2006
The Unblemished by Conrad WilliamsNovel, 2006
Basic Black: Tales of Appropriate Fear by Terry DowlingCollection, 2007
Closet Dreams by Lisa TuttleMid-length Fiction, 2007
Dagger Key and Other Stories by Lucius ShepardFiction Collection, 2007
Inferno by Ellen DatlowShort Fiction, 2007
Mario Bava: All the Colors of the Dark by Tim LucasNonfiction, 2007
The Nightmare Factory by Joe HarrisIllustrated Narrative, 2007
Softspoken by Lucius ShepardLong Fiction, 2007
The Terror by Dan SimmonsNovel, 2007

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Award description

The International Horror Guild (originally the International Horror Critics Guild) was created in 1995 as a way to recognize the achievements of those who create in the field of Horror and Dark Fantasy. The last awards (for works from 2007) were announced in 2008.

The IHG Awards were determined by a jury of notable, knowledgeable horror/dark fantasy critics and reviewers. Although a juried award, the IHG judges asked that the public make recommendations through e-mail to help them in their search for the most meritorious works. These recommendations were taken into consideration when determining the nominees for the awards. The judges then determined the winners from each category from the final ballot of nominees.

The International Horror Guild really consisted of those who have a deep and abiding affection for the genre and were willing to assert their opinions. In other words, you could have been a member of the IHG if you wish to be.

The IHG Awards were usually announced annually during a special presentation at a convention or other event. The awards were hosted by the World Fantasy Convention, World Horror Convention, and Dragon*Con. The Guild were in no way officially affiliated with WFC, WHC or with Dragon*Con nor was it considered a sponsor of any event. The IHG Awards were overseen by The Mirabundus Project, Inc., a nonprofit organization


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