As usual, I’ve read a depressingly minute fraction of the list, but it does include a good chunk of Black Letters favorites – notably, Caitlín Kiernan‘s The Red Tree (my review here), one of our favorite reads of 2009.
Congratulations to all the nominees!
4 thoughts on “2009 World Fantasy Award nominees announced”
Hmm. I have definitely read none of those. Maybe I should get on that! (But I’m on the verge of starting a Printz read-through project, and my room is incredibly full of books. My life is so difficult, right?)
I always make marvelous resolutions to read through award shortlists, and somehow it never quite happens… yes, how many difficult compromises there are to be made! :P
Do you mean Printz as in the YA award, or is there another reference I’m missing here? I’m intrigued!
Yes, as in YA award. I tend to read more YA stuff than adult, so I figured it would be a worthy endeavor.
I look forward to seeing the reviews!