AUREALIS AWARD 
FOR EXCELLENCE IN 
YOUNG ADULT SPECULATIVE FICTION
1995-2002

The Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Speculative Fiction were established in 1995 by the publishers of Aurealis to recognize the achievements of Australian science fiction, fantasy and horror writers. To be eligible, works must have been written by an Australian and first published in the relevant calendar year. There are five divisions: Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, Young Adult and Children's. (Children's is a new division added for the 2001 Aurealis Awards.) The Young Adult and Children's categories each cover all three genres. The award winners for Young Adult Speculative Fiction are shown in the following table. Dual awards were made in 1995, 1996, and 1997.

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2002 Sophie Masson The Hand of Glory
2001 Louise Katz The Other Side of Janus
2000 Sonya Hartnett Thursday's Child
1999 Dave Luckett A Dark Victory
1998 Alison Goodman Singing the Dogstar Blues 
1997 Isobelle Carmody Greylands
1997 Catherine Jinks Eye to Eye 
1996 Hillary Bell Mirror, Mirror
1996 Kerry Greenwood The Broken Wheel
1995 Garth Nix Sabriel
1995 Brian Caswell Deucalion

 
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