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.



Latest Updates [RSS]

Prometheus finalists and Hall of Fame winner

http://www.sfadb.com/Prometheus_Awards_2015

38 new and updated pages

The Hall of Fame winner was announced in April 2015. Hall of Fame finalists are often cited year after year until they win; Ellison’s story has been listed every year since 2010. This is the Anderson story’s third nomination, the Bujold novel’s sixth (plus a nomination in the best novel category in 1989), the Kingsbury novel’s fourth, and the Kipling story’s 10th.

Of the novel finalists, all three except for Cixin Liu have one or more previous Prometheus nominations.



Seiun finalists

http://www.sfadb.com/Seiun_Awards_2015

61 new and updated pages, including a new page for Andy Weir.



Hugo finalists update

Two new finalists added, to replace two who declined earlier, and translator added to Thomas Olde Heuvelt’s story.

http://www.sfadb.com/Hugo_Awards_2015

20 new and updated pages

This year’s ballot has first-time Hugo nominations for Katherine Addison and Cixin Liu, whose novels are also Nebula finalists this year. ….



Hugo No Awards

The five Hugo Awards summary pages –

Winners by Year
Winners by Name
Winners by Category
All Nominees
Tallies

– have been updated to include all categories on the winners and nominees pages, fixing a couple bugs, and making it evident that “no award” has won the Hugo five times so far.



Hugo finalists

http://www.sfadb.com/Hugo_Awards_2015

188 new and updated pages

This year’s ballot include first-time Hugo nominations for Ninna Aalto, Katherine Addison (whose novel is also a Nebula finalist this year), Travis Alexander, Adrian Alphona, Kevin J. Anderson, Lou Antonelli (with 2 nominations this year), Annie Bellet (who has declined her nomination), Tim Bolgeo, Brent Bower, Jennifer Brozek, Ken Burnside, Sue Burtsztynski, Kristi Charish, Wendy Delmater, Kirk DouPonce, Kary English, Matt Fraction, Dave Freer, Amanda S. Green, Nick Greenwood, Jeffro Johnson, David Kernot, Marko Kloos (who has declined his nomination), Tom Kratman, Elizabeth Leggett, Edward M. Lerner, Alissa McKersie, Jim Minz, Laura J. Mixon, Dale Newton, John O’Neill, Alan Pollack, Carter Reid (with 2 nominations this year), Jason Rennie, Tedd Roberts, Steve Rzasa, Cedar Sanderson, Bryan Thomas Schmidt, Edmund R. Schubert, Moses Siregar III, Anne Sowards, Damien Swenson, Daniel Swenson, Scott Tomlin, Roc Upchurch, Rajnar Vajra, Wendy N. Wagner, Timothy C. Ward, Kurtis J. Weibe, Michael Z. Williamson, G. Willow Wilson, John C. Wright (with 5 nominations this year), Jake Wyatt, Christie Yant, and Chip Zdarsky.

Jim Butcher has one prior nomination, for graphic story in 2009. Ann Leckie has one prior nomination, and win, last year for Ancillary Justice. Her nominated novel this year is also a Nebula finalist and British SF winner. Vox Day has one prior nomination, for novelette last year.

John Joseph Adams has 8 prior Hugo nominations, with one win last year. James Bacon as 11 prior nominations, with one win, for fanzine, in 2011. Michael F. Flynn has 6 prior nominations, with no wins. Brad W. Foster has 26 prior nominations, with 8 wins. Mike Resnick has 36 prior nominations, with 5 wins. Steve Stiles has 13 prior nominations, with no wins.






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