William F. Nolan Wins Stoker for Nolan on Bradbury
I am thrilled to receive the Bram Stoker Award FOR SUPERIOR ACHIEVEMENT IN NON-FICTION for my book Nolan on Bradbury: Sixty Years of Writing about the Master of Science Fiction (Hippocampus Press).
I’ve been fortunate enough to have won several awards, and people ask: “What do they mean to you?”
For me, an award from a professional organization, such as the Horror Writers Association, means that my writing has reached the hearts and minds of my peers. As a writer, I always strive for perfection (which is of course, impossible to achieve). If a work of mine, or the works of my 60-year career, merit an award, then I’m a step closer to my goal.
It’s worth seeking.
I thank one and all who have supported my goal through six decades.
And I ain’t through yet!
See list of all the winner at http://horror.org/winners-2013-bram-stoker-awards/
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