FEAST NOMINATED FOR BRITISH FANTASY AWARD
September 3, 2006
I am pleased to report that A FEAST FOR CROWS has earned a spot on the shortlist for this year’s British Fantasy Award, given annually by the British Fantasy Society at its annual convention.
The nominees were chosen by the members of the BFS (website http://www.britishfantasysociety.org.uk). Six books were nominated in the Best Novel category:
George R. R. Martin,
A complete list of the finalists in all of the categories can be found on their site at http://www.fantasycon.org.uk/blog/?p=17
The winners will be announced at the Sunday banquet of this yea’s British Fantasy Convention, Fantasycon XXX*, scheduled to be held on September 22-24 at the Britannia Hotel in Nottingham, England. I will not be able to attend the convention myself, alas, but I am grateful to the members of the BFS for the honor, and pleased to have A FEAST FOR CROWS included among such a terrific group of novels.