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Awards Summary

Career and Special Awards: 6

Major Awards: 9

Locus Awards: 1

Other Awards: 8

Total Number of Award Wins and Nominations: 56

— Career and Special Awards —
Living Inductee — winner

SFWA Grand Master Awardchosen by SF & Fantasy Writers of America officers
winner

First Fandom Hall of Fame Awardfor fans active at the time of the first World SF Convention
winner

Forry Awardfor lifetime achievement, presented by the Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society
winner

I-CON Awardfor contributions to SF/F/H, presented by annual convention I-CON
Gallun Award — winner

Robert A. Heinlein Awardfor hard SF inspiring space exploration, presented by the Heinlein Society
winner

— Major Awards —
Hugo Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by members of annual World Science Fiction Convention
(7 nominations; 3 wins)

Astounding Days (Gollancz; Bantam Spectra) — nonfiction book — nomination

2010: Odyssey Two (Ballantine Del Rey) — novel — nomination

The Fountains of Paradise (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich) — novel — winner

Rendezvous with Rama (Galaxy Sep,Oct 1973; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich) — novel — winner

“A Meeting with Medusa” (Playboy Dec 1971) — novella — nomination

A Fall of Moondust (Harcourt, Brace & World) — novel — nomination

“The Star” (Infinity Nov 1955) — short story — winner

Nebula Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by SF & Fantasy Writers of America professional membership
(3 nominations; 3 wins)

The Fountains of Paradise (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich) — novel — winner

Rendezvous with Rama (Galaxy Sep,Oct 1973; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich) — novel — winner

“A Meeting with Medusa” (Playboy Dec 1971) — novella — winner

British SF Association Awardsfor SF works published in the UK, voted by British SF Association members
(2 nominations; 1 win)

The Fountains of Paradise (Gollancz) — novel — nomination

Rendezvous with Rama (Galaxy Sep,Oct 1973) — winner

International Fantasy Awardsfor SF/F works, juried
(1 nomination; 1 win)

The Exploration of Space (Temple; Harper) — nonfiction — winner

John W. Campbell Memorial Awardfor SF novel published in US or UK; juried
(1 nomination; 1 win)

Rendezvous with Rama (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich) — winner (tie)

— Locus Awards and Poll —
Locus Awardsfor SF/F/H works, polled by readers of Locus Magazine
(22 nominations; 1 win)

The Collected Stories (Gollancz; Tor) — collection — 2nd place

“The Wire Continuum” (by ACC & Stephen Baxter) (Playboy Jan 1998) — short story — 18th place

3001: The Final Odyssey (Ballantine Del Rey) — sf novel — 10th place

Rama Revealed (by ACC & Gentry Lee) (Gollancz; Bantam Spectra) — sf novel — 8th place

The Hammer of God (Bantam Spectra) — sf novel — 11th place

“The Hammer of God” (Time Fall 1992) — short story — 11th place

The Garden of Rama (by ACC & Gentry Lee) (Bantam Spectra) — sf novel — 11th place

The Ghost from the Grand Banks (Gollancz; Bantam Spectra) — sf novel — 23rd place

Project Solar Sail (Roc) — anthology — 8th place

Rama II (by ACC & Gentry Lee) (Gollancz; Bantam Spectra) — sf novel — 7th place

Astounding Days (Gollancz; Bantam) — nonfiction — 3rd place

2061: Odyssey Three (Ballantine Del Rey) — sf novel — 10th place

The Songs of Distant Earth (Ballantine Del Rey) — sf novel — 8th place

The Sentinel (Berkley) — collection — 3rd place

2010: Odyssey Two (Ballantine Del Rey) — sf novel — 2nd place

Science Fiction Hall of Fame Volume Four (Gollancz) — anthology — 20th place

The Fountains of Paradise (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich) — sf novel — 3rd place

Imperial Earth (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich) — novel — 7th place

Imperial Earth (Gollancz; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich) — novel — 6th place

Rendezvous with Rama (Galaxy Sep,Oct 1973; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich) — novel — winner

The Wind from the Sun (Harcourt) — reprint anth/collection — 8th place (tie)

“A Meeting with Medusa” (Playboy Dec 1971) — short fiction — 2nd place (tie)

— Other Awards —
Analog Readers Pollfor stories, articles, and art published by Analog, polled by readers
(1 nomination; 1 win)

“New Communications Technologies and the Developing World” (Analog 29 Mar 1982) — fact article — winner

Gaylactic Spectrum Awardsfor SF/F/H on GLBT themes, voted by members of Gaylactic Network
(1 nomination; 1 win)

Imperial Earth (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich) — hall of fame — winner

Geffen Awardsfor SF works in Hebrew, voted by members of annual Israeli SF/F convention
(1 nomination; 1 win)

Childhood's End — sf book — winner

Interzone Readers Pollfor stories published in Interzone magazine, polled by readers
(1 nomination)

all-time best sf author — 2nd place

Jupiter Awardsfor SF novels and stories, voted by instructors of SF courses in higher education
(1 nomination; 1 win)

Rendezvous with Rama (Galaxy Sep,Oct 1973; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich) — novel — winner

Phantastik Preisfor SF/F works published in Germany, polled by readers of Phantastik.de website
(1 nomination)

The Light of Other Days (Das Licht ferner Tage) (by ACC & Stephen Baxter) — foreign novel — nomination

Retro Hugo Awardsfor SF works 50 years past, voted by members of the World SF Convention
(3 nominations; 2 wins)

“How We Went to Mars” (Amateur Science Stories Mar 1938) — short story — winner

Childhood's End (Ballantine) — novel — nomination

“The Nine Billion Names of God” (Star Science Fiction Stories) — short story — winner

Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Pollfor SF/F works, polled by readers of Science Fiction Chronicle magazine
(1 nomination)

2010: Odyssey Two (Ballantine Del Rey) — novel — 3rd place

Seiun Awardsfor SF/F works published in Japan, voted by members of annual Japanese SF Con
(3 nominations; 2 wins)

The Light of Other Days (by ACC & Stephen Baxter) — foreign novel — nomination

Rendezvous with Rama — foreign novel — winner

“A Meeting with Medusa” — foreign short story — winner

Sidewise Awardsfor works of alternate history, juried
(1 nomination)

“The Wire Continuum” (by ACC & Stephen Baxter) (Playboy Jan 1998) — short form — nomination





























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