George R.R. Martin and Alan Garner have won the 2012 World Fantasy Lifetime Achievement Awards. Congrats to both winners!
Martin was cited for his range of works and is best known for the epic medieval fantasy series Song of Ice and Fire!
Garner was cited for “his work in children’s fantasy and his retellings of traditional British folk tales. His work is firmly rooted in the landscape, history and folklore of his native county of Cheshire, North West England, being set in the region and making use of the native Cheshire dialect.”
The awards will be presented November 1-4 in Toronto during the World Fantasy Convention. For more info click here.