In addition to selecting the winner, each jury chooses an Honor List (previously called a “Short List”). The Honor List is a strong part of the award’s identity and is used by many professors as a guide to creating syllabi and by many readers as a recommended reading list.

Honor List

The 2005 jury chose 6 works for the Honor List

Willful Creatures by Aimee Bender (Doubleday, 2005)

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Title: Willful CreaturesAuthor:
Publisher:
Publisher Name: DoubledayYear: 2005
Work Type: CollectionOriginal Language: English

Wooden Bride by Margo Lanagan (Allen & Unwin, 2004)

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Title: Wooden BrideAuthor:
Collection:
Title: Black Juice
Publisher:
Publisher Name: Allen & UnwinYear: 2004
Work Type: Short FictionOriginal Language: English

Little Faces by Vonda N. McIntyre (SciFi.com, 2005)

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Title: Little FacesAuthor:
Collection:
Title: Sci Fiction February 23, 2005Editor: Ellen Datlow
Publisher:
Publisher Name: SciFi.comYear: 2005
Work Type: Short FictionOriginal Language: English

A Brother's Price by Wen Spencer (Roc / New American Library, 2005)

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Title: A Brother's PriceAuthor:
Publisher:
Publisher Name: Roc / New American LibraryYear: 2005
Work Type: NovelOriginal Language: English

Misfortune by Wesley Stace (Back Bay Books, 2005)

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Title: MisfortuneAuthor:
Publisher:
Publisher Name: Back Bay BooksYear: 2005
Work Type: NovelOriginal Language: English

Remains by Mark W. Tiedemann (Benbella Books, 2005)

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Title: RemainsAuthor:
Publisher:
Publisher Name: Benbella BooksYear: 2005
Work Type: NovelOriginal Language: English
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