Awards

Sections:

The World Fantasy Awards

The Bram Stoker Awards

The British Fantasy Awards

The International Horror Guild Awards

The Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards


THE WORLD FANTASY AWARD

2016: Special Award Professional: The Art of Horror: for Editing

2002: Special Award Professional — The Art of Horror: An Illustrated History

Not only was he one of the Guests of Honor at the 28th World Fantasy Covention in Minneapolis, Minnesota, but on November 3rd (the day before his 49th birthday) STEPHEN JONES (far left, back row) also won the WORLD FANTASY AWARD: SPECIAL AWARD, PROFESSIONAL for editing. It was Jones’s third World Fantasy Award win, and he tied in the Professional category with fellow Brit Jo Fletcher (centre front, in wheelchair), who won for editing the Fantasy Masterworks series from Gollancz.

1991: Anthology — Best New Horror

World Fantasy Awards 1991, Tucson, Arizona 
Stephen Jones, Neil Gaiman and James Morrow
Photo © 1991 David J. Howe 
Stephen Jones presents Ramsey Campbell with his World Fantasy Award for BEST NEW HORROR VOLUME ONE at Fantasycon XVI, London, 1991.

1984: Special Award Non-Professional — for Fantasy Tales

Stephen Jones accepting the Special Award Non-Professional for Fantasy Tales, World Fantasy Convention 1984, Ottawa, Canada.
Photo © Andrew Porter 1984.


THE BRAM STOKER AWARD

2016: The Art of Horror: An Illustrated History


Stephen Jones and the other Bram Stoker Award recipients.
Photo © 2016 S. Scranton Photography 

2014: HWA Lifetime Achievement Award

Stephen Jones and William F. Nolan show off their Bram Stoker Awards. Photo © 2014 Mandy Slater 
Photo © 2014 Beth Gwinn 

1998: Exorcisms and Ecstasies

1992: Barker’s Shadows in Eden

Bram Stoker Awards 1992, New York 
Nancy Holder, Kathe Koja, Melanie Tem, David Morrell, Gahan Wilson, Stephen Jones. Photo © HWA 1992 

1990: Horror: 100 Best Books

Bram Stoker Awards, Providence, Rhode Island, 1990. 
Left to right: Nancy Collins, Kim Newman, Stephen Jones, Robert Bloch, Robert R. McCammon and Dan Simmons. Photo © HWA 1992
Bram Stoker Awards, Providence, Rhode Island, 1990. Photo © HWA 1992


THE BRITISH FANTASY AWARD

2010: The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror Volume Twenty

Back Row: Lady Katherine and John Probert (for Robert Holdstock), Chaz Brenchley (for Kari Sperring), David J. Howe, Sarah Pinborough, Robert Shearman (for himself and Doctor Who); Front Row: Terry Martin, Vincent Chong, Stephen Jones (for himself, Neil Gaiman and Michael Marshall Smith), Conrad Williams and Lee Harris (for Let the Right One In). Photo © 2010 Peter Coleborn 

2009: Basil Copper: A Life in Books & The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror Volume Nineteen

2009 British Fantasy Awards. 
Left to right (back row): Jo Fletcher, Peter Crowther, Andrew Hook, Alyson Bird, Joseph D’Lacey, Graham Joyce and Ramsey Campbell; 
(front row) Vincent Chong, Tim Lebbon and a shouty Stephen Jones. Photo © 2009 Mike Chinn 

2008: The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror Volume Eighteen

2008 British Fantasy Awards. 
Left to right (back row): Stephen Jones, Jo Fletcher, Peter Crowther, Ramsey Campbell, Christopher Teague and Joel Lane; 
(front row) Christopher Fowler, Conrad Williams and Vincent Chong. Photo © 2008 Peter Coleborn

2006: The Karl Edward Wagner Award

British Fantasy Society Awards 2006. Photo © 2006 Peter Coleborn.

2004: The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror Volume Fourteen

2003: Keep Out the Night

British Fantasy Society Awards 2003. Photo © 2003 Peter Coleborn 

2000: The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror Volume Ten

British Fantasy Awards 2000, Birmingham 
Darren Floyd, Tim Lebbon, Graham Joyce, Anne McCaffrey, Les Edwards (hidden), Peter Crowther and Stephen Jones.
Photo © 2000 Peter Coleborn

1999: Dark Terrors 4

1998: Dark Terrors 3

1994: Dark Voices 5

British Fantasy Awards 1994, Birmingham 
Pam Creais, Stephen Jones, Dennis Etchison, Ramsey Campbell, David Sutton, Conrad Williams (for Poppy Z. Brite) and Les Edwards.
Photo © 1994 David J. Howe 

1991: Best New Horror

British Fantasy Awards 1991 
Stephen Jones and Ramsey Campbell receive their award for Best New Horror. 
Brian Lumley, Andrew Porter and Mike Chinn in the background. Photo © 1991 Seamus Ryan 

1987: Fantasy Tales

British Fantasy Awards 1987 
Fantasycon XII, Midland Hotel, Birmingham, September 6, 1987 
David Sutton Stephen Jones receive their award for Fantasy Tales. 
Jo Fletcher in the background. Photo © 1987 Mike Chinn 
British Fantasy Awards 1987 
Fantasycon XII, Midland Hotel, Birmingham, September 6, 1987 
David Sutton Stephen Jones receive their award for Fantasy Tales. Photo © 1987 Mike Chinn 

1986: Fantasy Tales

1983: Fantasy Tales

1982: Fantasy Tales

British Fantasy Society Awards 1981 
Due to Fantasycon being hijacked by another group, David Sutton and Stephen Jones are forced to accept their British Fantasy Award for FANTASY TALES in Dave’s back garden in Birmingham, 1982. Photo © 1982 Jo Fletcher 

1981: Airgedlámh

1980: Fantasy Tales #3

1979: Fantasy Tales #2

1978: Fantasy Tales #1

British Fantasy Society Awards 1978 
David Sutton and Stephen Jones accept their British Fantasy Award for FANTASY TALES #1 at Fantasycon IV, Birmingham, February 1978.
Photo © 1978 Jo Fletcher.


THE INTERNATIONAL HORROR GUILD AWARD

2003: Dark Voices 6

1999: Dark Voices 4

1996: Best New Horror 6


THE RONDO HATTON CLASSIC HORROR AWARDS

2018: Book of The Year — The Art of Horror Movies: An Illustrated History