When I was homeless, I stumbled onto a collection of horror short stories from either 2002 or 2003. They where all based around a single award I can't remember the name of.
The only memorable story was told through a collection of postcards found in a museum archive that was being put up for auction. Following the theories of "Forsythe" (the only name I remember), a man journeys to a remote location in search of the "Snake goddess". His team is killed off, and he is detained. A man with a tongue made of silver stabs him and then a priestess has sex with him. He watches her give birth to something that looks like a giant centipede/snake. The story ends with the last postcard being a drawing of a naked woman sitting on a throne, while on man is about to be attacked by a giant centipede/snake monster. The drawing is called "judgment".
This story impressed me and has had an influence on my writing; unfortunately I can't actually remember its name.