Mythopoeic Awards

The Mythopoeic Society Fantasy Awards are presented annually by the Mythopoeic Society to honor the best English-language fantasy novel and the best book of scholarship on mythopoeic literature published during the preceding year.

The first awards, presented in 1983, went to The Firelings by Carol Kendall (fantasy novel) and Companion to Narnia by Paul F. Ford (scholarship).

Starting in 1992, the fantasy fiction category was split into Adult Literature and Children's Literature; and the scholarship category was split into Inklings Studies and Fantasy Studies.


This is a stub award page. If you know something about it, such as who awarded it, who the winners were, what the criteria were, and when it was awarded, please add it!