The 2009 Stoker Awards were presented Saturday, June 13 in Burbank California. Each year, the Horror Writer’s Association presents the Bram Stoker Awards for Superior Achievement.
Sent back to England from her family’s estate on Mars, Arabella despises the life of a staid young Regency lady. Then a shocking threat to her family on Mars forces her to undertake a desperate, impossible airship journey back to the colony.
William Alexander wrote Goblin Secrets (National Book Award winner), Ghoulish Song (Mythopoeic Award finalist), Ambassador (International Latino Book Award finalist and Eleanor Cameron Award winner), and, most recently, Nomad (sequel to Ambassador).