Best Non-Fiction Award for ‘Women Make Horror’ by Dr Alison Peirse
Second award win for ‘Women Make Horror’, a non-fiction book by Associate Professor in Film and Media Dr Alison Peirse.
‘Women Make Horror’, a non-fiction book by Dr Alison Peirse, an Associate Professor in Film and Media at the University of Leeds, has won the 2021 British Fantasy Award for Best Non-Fiction Book.
This is the second award win for ‘Women Make Horror,’ after winning the BAFTSS 2021 Best Edited Collection. It was also runner-up for Book of the Year at the 2020 Rondo Awards and a Finalist for Superior Achievement in non–fiction at the 2020 Bram Stoker Awards.
Dr Peirse is an award-winning writer and academic with expertise in horror. More information on Dr Peirse’s work can be found on her academic profile.
Dr Alison Peirse has also recently been interviewed by the Guardian, the New York Times and Paste magazine about her research.
You can purchase the book from the publisher, Rutgers University Press.