science fiction awards database
















The Science Fiction Awards Database is a rebranding, redesign, and expansion of the Locus Index to Science Fiction Awards [soon to be deprecated]. This site went online in August 2012 with awards listings and individual pages for every nominee (under the Names tab, above) -- and for those with more than a few nominations, separate pages sorted chronologically and alphabetically by title.

This site's goal, despite the title, is to profile the significant works of SF/F/H history based not just on Awards, but on additional sources, as indicated in the tabs above -- Citations, and Anthologies/Collections. While the awards content was transferred from the old site in 2012, these additional data, and analyses, are being developed and posted in 2014, with a plan for the entire site to be complete in sometime in 2015.



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Locus Awards Winners

http://www.sfadb.com/Locus_Awards_2015

48 updated pages.

Winners: This is Ann Leckie’s second Locus win, this time for Best SF Novel, after winning in the First Novel category last year.

Katherine Addison, Mary Rickert, Joe Abercrombie (twice), Amal El-Mohtar, Jay Lake, Jo Walton, and John Fleskes are first-time Locus winners.

At the other extreme, this is Ellen Datlow’s 12th Locus win as best editor, and Tor (or Tor/St. Martin’s) 28th consecutive win as best publisher.




Crook, Lambda winners



Campbell and Sturgeon winners

http://www.sfadb.com/John_W_Campbell_Memorial_Award_2015
http://www.sfadb.com/Theodore_Sturgeon_Memorial_Award_2015

21 updated pages.

This is Claire North’s first Campbell win, and first award win in this database.

This is Cory Doctorow’s first Sturgeon Award, after two prior nominations.



Nebula, Norton, Bradbury winners

http://www.sfadb.com/Nebula_Awards_2015
http://www.sfadb.com/Andre_Norton_Award_2015
http://www.sfadb.com/Ray_Bradbury_Award_2015

33 updated pages.

Jeff VanderMeer, Alaya Dawn Johnson, and Ursula Vernon are first-time Nebula winners. This is Nancy Kress’s sixth Nebula win; she now ties with Ursula K. Le Guin. (Connie Willis leads with 7.)



Compton Crook finalists

http://www.sfadb.com/Compton_Crook_Stephen_Tall_Memorial_Award_2015

34 new and updated pages.

The winner will be announced at the convention, next week.








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