Salman (Hafiz Team)
Fantasy Novella Submissions: A Review of the Most Acclaimed Novellas
There have been many acclaimed fantasy novellas throughout the years, but here are a few that have received widespread critical acclaim:
"The Emperor's Soul" by Brandon Sanderson: This novella, set in a world where people can alter objects by writing on them, won the Hugo award and was nominated for the Nebula award.
"The Ballad of Black Tom" by Victor LaValle: This novella, which tells the story of a young man who becomes embroiled in the occult in 1920s Harlem, won the Shirley Jackson award and was nominated for the Hugo, Nebula, and Bram Stoker awards.
"Every Heart a Doorway" by Seanan McGuire: This novella, about a boarding school for children who have returned from the dead, won the Hugo award and was nominated for the Nebula award.
"The Water That Falls on You from Nowhere" by John Chu: This novella, about a man who starts to cry when he tells a lie, won the Hugo award and was nominated for the Nebula award.
"The Truth About Owls" by Amal El-Mohtar: This novella, about a girl who befriends an owl and learns about the secret lives of owls and humans, won the Nebula award and was nominated for the Hugo and World Fantasy awards.
These are just a few examples of the many acclaimed fantasy novellas that have been published in recent years. There are many more that have been recognized by different awards and organizations, and it's always a good idea to research and explore more on the topic.