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Bouchercon XXXVI

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Location  Chicago, Illinois
Hosted by  Sonya Rice, Deen Kogan
Country  USA
Date  September 1, 2005 (2005-09-01)

Bouchercon is an annual convention of creators and devotees of mystery and detective fiction. It is named in honour of writer, reviewer, and editor Anthony Boucher; also the inspiration for the Anthony Awards, which have been issued at the convention since 1986. This page details Bouchercon XXXVI and the 20th Anthony Awards ceremony.

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Bouchercon

The convention was held in Chicago, Illinois on September 1, 2005; running until the 4th. The event was chaired by "mystery fans extraordinaire" Sonya Rice, and founder of the Society Hill playhouse, Deen Kogan.

Special Guests

  • Lifetime Achievement awards — Bill Pronzini & Marcia Muller
  • International Guest of Honor — Jonathan Gash
  • American Guest of Honor — Dennis Lehane
  • Fan Guest of Honor — Beth Fedyn
  • Toastmaster — Harlan Coben
  • Anthony Awards

    The following list details the awards distributed at the twentieth annual Anthony Awards ceremony.

    Novel award

    Winner:

  • William Kent Krueger, Blood Hollow
  • Shortlist:

  • Ken Bruen, The Killing of the Tinkers
  • John Katzenbach, The Madman's Tale
  • Laura Lippman, By a Spider's Thread
  • T. Jefferson Parker, California Girl
  • Julia Spencer-Fleming, Out of the Deep I Cry
  • First novel award

    Winner:

  • Harley Jane Kozak, Dating Dead Men
  • Shortlist:

  • Sandra Balzo, Uncommon Grounds
  • Judy Clemens, Until the Cows Come Home
  • Jilliane Hoffman, Retribution
  • J. A. Konrath, Whiskey Sour
  • Paperback original award

    Winner:

  • Jason Starr, Twisted City
  • Shortlist:

  • Robin Burcell, Cold Case
  • Roberta Isleib, Putt to Death
  • Susan McBride, Blue Blood
  • M. J. Rose, The Halo Effect
  • Short story award

    Winner:

  • Elaine Viets, "Wedding Knife", from Chesapeake Crimes
  • Shortlist:

  • Rhys Bowen, "Voodoo", from Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine November 2004
  • Terence Faherty, "The Widow of Slane", from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine March / April 2004
  • Ted Hertel Jr., "It's Crackers to Slip a Rozzer the Dropsy in Snide", from Small Crimes
  • Arthur Nersesian, "Hunter/Trapper", from Brooklyn Noir
  • Critical / Non-fiction award

    Winner:

  • Max Allan Collins, Men's Adventure Magazines
  • Shortlist:

  • Frankie Bailey & Steven Chermak, Famous American Crimes & Trials
  • Edward Conlon, Blue Blood
  • Leslie S. Klinger, The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes
  • Julian Rubinstein, The Ballad of the Whiskey Robber
  • Cover art award

    Winner:

  • Sohrab Habibion; for Tim McLoughlin, Brooklyn Noir
  • Shortlist:

  • Gregory Manchess; for Max Phillips, Fade to Blonde
  • Sal Barracca; for J. A. Konrath, Whiskey Sour
  • Robert Santora; for Ruth Francisco, Good Morning, Darkness
  • Michael Kellner; for Gary Phillips, Monkology
  • References

    Bouchercon XXXVI Wikipedia


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