The Scribe Awards 2008
The International Association of Media Tie-In Writers handed out the second annual Scribe Awards during a Saturday event at Comic-Con International.
According to co-founder Max Allan Collins, “The nominee panelists were a varied and interesting lot, with our Faust winner Alan Dean Foster a particular standout. Andy Mangels did his usual smooth emcee job, and it was great having co-founder Lee Goldberg on the panel.”
The Scribes also handed out the first Grandmaster Award which honors a writer for his extensive and exceptional work in the tie-in field. This year’s honoree is Alan Dean Foster.
As to the winners themselves….
BEST GENERAL FICTION ORIGINAL
MR. MONK AND THE TWO ASSISTANTS by Lee Goldberg
BEST GENERAL FICTION ADAPTED
AMERICAN GANGSTER by Max Allan Collins
BEST SPECULATIVE ORIGINAL
STARGATE ATLANTIS: CASUALTIES OF WAR by Elizabeth Christensen
BEST GAME-RELATED ORIGINAL (SPECIAL SCRIBE AWARD)
EBERRON: NIGHT OF THE LONG SHADOWS by Paul Crilley
BEST SPECULATIVE ADAPTED
30 DAYS OF NIGHT by Tim Lebbon
BEST YOUNG ADULT ORIGINAL
NANCY DREW AND THE CLUE CREW #10: TICKET TROUBLE by Stacia Deutsch & Rhody Cohon
BEST YOUNG ADULT ADAPTED
THE 12 DOGS OF CHRISTMAS by Steven Paul Leiva
I served on the Best General Fiction Adapted award jury but am giving jury duty a pass this year given what’s going on. Instead, I’ll be submitting Hellboy II for consideration, a first for me.