The best horror fiction and alternate-history stories of 2010: Revealed!Charlie Jane Anders6/21/11 11:30amFiled to: AwardsBooksPublishingNovelsHorroralternate historyStoker awardsSidewise awardsJay LakePeter straub6EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkOver the past few days, the winners of the Bram Stoker Awards (for horror fiction) and the finalists for the Sidewise Awards (for alternate history) were announced. Want to know what the best terrifying stories and allohistories are?AdvertisementThe Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a Novel went to A Dark Matter by Peter Straub. You can read the whole list of Stoker winners over at Genreville.As for the Sidewise Awards, the winners will be announced at Worldcon in Reno. The finalists for Long Form include Jay Lake's Pinion, Robert Conroy's Red Inferno: 1945, and Eric Swedin's When Angels Wept. Read the whole list over at Tor.com.