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Paul Haines Shadow Award for Long Fiction
Subcategory of Australian Shadows Award
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Winners

2019 winner y separately published work icon Supermassive Black Mass Matthew R. Davis , United Kingdom (UK) : Demain Publishing , 2020 18959563 2020 single work novella horror

'In 1971, the wicked cult of science-sorceress Thelma O’Therion vanished from Oddfellows Observatory – and rumour is that the place has been growing ever since. Now, in the name of love, stoner-metal singer Terrance will discover the madness that lies within its walls – a terror transcending time, space, and sanity itself...'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2017 winner Ismail's Expulsion Brian Craddock , 2017 single work short story horror
— Appears in: Between the Tracks : Tales from the Ghost Train 2017;
2015 winner In Vaulted Halls Entombed Alan Baxter , 2015 single work novella science fiction
— Appears in: SNAFU : Survival of the Fittest 2015; Served Cold 2019;

Soldiers tracking a terrorist through Kandahar stumble across an ancient horror deep underground.

2014 winner y separately published work icon Dreams of Destruction Shane Jiraiya Cummings , Australia : Shane Jiraiya Cummings , 2014 12170983 2014 single work novella horror

'Backed by the savage power of Dreamtime monstrosities and supported by shadowy masters, an Australian cult known as ‘The Reign of Terror’ attempts to detonate a supernatural weapon of mass destruction at a meeting of world leaders in Perth, Western Australia. If successful, their bold plan will devastate the earth. Can mercenary hero Captain Max Calder infiltrate the cult, fend off the yakuza and Lovecraftian horrors, and ultimately bring down the plot from the inside – with one hell of a bang?'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2013 winner The Unwanted Women of Surrey Kaaron Warren , 2013 single work short story horror fantasy
— Appears in: Queen Victoria's Book of Spells : An Anthology of Gaslamp Fantasy 2013; (p. 157-177)
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