Skip to content


Mythopoeic Society

a non-profit organization devoted to the study of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams, the Inklings, and the genres of myth and fantasy


Mythopoeic Awards

Mythopoeic Awards – 2007

Announcements: Acceptance Remarks


Fantasy Awards

Adult Literature

  • Patricia A. McKillip, Solstice Wood (Ace Books) *
  • Peter S. Beagle, The Line Between (Tachyon Publications)
  • Susanna Clarke, The Ladies of Grace Adieu (Bloomsbury USA)
  • Keith Donohue, The Stolen Child (Nan A. Talese)
  • Susan Palwick, The Necessary Beggar (Tor)
  • Tim Powers, Three Days to Never (William Morrow)

Children’s Literature

  • Catherine Fisher, Corbenic (Greenwillow) *
  • Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Spirits That Walk in Shadow (Viking)
  • Diana Wynne Jones, The Pinhoe Egg (Greenwillow)
  • Martine Leavitt, Keturah and Lord Death (Front Street)
  • Terry Pratchett, Wintersmith (HarperTeen)

Scholarship Awards

Inklings Studies

  • Christina Scull and Wayne G. Hammond, The J.R.R. Tolkien Companion and Guide * (Houghton Mifflin, 2006)
  • Marjorie Burns, Perilous Realms: Celtic and Norse in Tolkien’s Middle-earth (University of Toronto Press, 2005)
  • Verlyn Flieger, Interrupted Music: The Making of Tolkien’s Mythology (Kent State University Press, 2005)
  • Peter Gilliver, Jeremy Marshall and Edmund Weiner, The Ring of Words: Tolkien and the Oxford English Dictionary (Oxford University Press, 2006)

Myth and Fantasy Studies

  • G. Ronald Murphy, S.J., Gemstone of Paradise: The Holy Grail in Wolfram’s Parzival * (Oxford University Press, 2006)
  • Simon Blaxland-de Lange, Owen Barfield: Romanticism Come of Age: A Biography (Temple Lodge, 2006)
  • Jerry Griswold, The Meanings of Beauty and the Beast (Broadview Press, 2004)
  • Charles Butler, Four British Fantasists: Place and Culture in the Children’s Fantasies of Penelope Lively, Alan Garner, Diana Wynne Jones, and Susan Cooper (Children’s Literature Association & Scarecrow Press, 2006)
  • Milly Williamson, The Lure of the Vampire: Gender, Fiction and Fandom from Bram Stoker to Buffy (Wallflower, 2006)