Ben Bova


science fiction awards database

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Bova, Ben
“Scheherazade and the Storytellers”
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2020
SFWA Awards 2021 — Kate Wilhelm Solstice Award — winner

2015

2007

2006
“Takes Two to Tangle” • short fiction • Analog Oct 2006
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Analog Readers Poll 2007 — novelette — 3rd place

2004
I-CON Award 2005 — Gallun Award — winner
Southeastern SF Achievement Awards 2005 — lifetime achievement — nomination

2003
“Isaac Was Right: N Equals One” • short fiction • Analog Apr 2003
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Analog Readers Poll 2004 — fact article — 2nd place

2000
“Death on Venus ” • short fiction • Analog Mar 2000
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Analog Readers Poll 2001 — novella — 3rd place
“Slowboat to the Stars!” • short fiction • Analog Feb 2000
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Analog Readers Poll 2001 — fact article — winner

1999

1998
“The Question ” • short fiction • Analog Jan 1998
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Analog Readers Poll 1999 — novelette — 4th place
“Tourist Sam” • short fiction • Analog Mar 1998
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Analog Readers Poll 1999 — novella — 4th place

1997
Moonwar • novel • Hodder & Stoughton
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Prometheus Awards 1999 — novel — nomination
Space Travel (by BB with Anthony R. Lewis) • nonfiction • Writer's Digest Books
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Hugo Awards 1998 — related book — nomination

1996
“Appointment in Sinai ” • short fiction • Analog Jun 1996
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Locus Awards 1997 — short story — 10th place
Analog Readers Poll 1997 — short story — 5th place (tie)
“Risk Assessment ” • The Williamson Effect
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1995
“Acts of God” • short fiction • Science Fiction Age May 1995
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Science Fiction Age Readers Poll 1996 — novella — winner

1994
“Inspiration ” • short fiction • F&SF Apr 1994
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Nebula Awards 1995 — short story — nomination
Locus Awards 1995 — short story — 17th place
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1992

1991

1990

1989
The Best of the Nebulas • anthology • Tor
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Locus Awards 1990 — anthology — 23rd place
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1987
“Moonbase Orientation Manual” • short fiction • Analog Jun,Jul 1987
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Analog Readers Poll 1988 — fact article — 3rd place
“Silent Night ” • short fiction • Asimov's Dec 1987
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Asimov's Reader Poll 1988 — short story — 5th place

1985
“Nuclear Autumn ” • Far Frontiers Vol. II
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Privateers • novel • Tor, 1985
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1984
“Floodtide” • short fiction • Analog Mar 1984
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Locus Awards 1985 — novella — 15th place
Analog Readers Poll 1985 — novella/novelette — 4th place
“Out of Time ” • short fiction • Omni Nov 1984
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Locus Awards 1985 — short story — 16th place

1983

1982
Balrog Awards 1983 — professional achievement — winner

1981
Voyagers • novel • Doubleday
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Locus Awards 1982 — sf novel — 19th place
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1979
Hugo Awards 1980 — professional editor — nomination
Kinsman • novel • Quantum-Dial
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Locus Awards 1980 — sf novel — 14th place
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“Vision ” • short fiction • Analog Jan 1980
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Balrog Awards 1980 — short fiction — nomination

1978
Hugo Awards 1979 — professional editor — winner
The Best of Analog • anthology • Baronet
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Locus Awards 1979 — anthology — 16th place
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“The Last Decision ” • Stellar
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1977
Hugo Awards 1978 — professional editor — nomination
Aliens • anthology • Futura, 1977
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1976
Hugo Awards 1977 — professional editor — winner
Analog Annual • anthology • Pyramid
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Locus Awards 1977 — anthology — 15th place
Millennium • novel • Random House
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Locus Awards 1977 — novel — 8th place
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1975
Hugo Awards 1976 — professional editor — winner

1974
Hugo Awards 1975 — professional editor — winner
“The Great Supersonic Zeppelin Race ” • The Far Side of Time
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1973
Hugo Awards 1974 — professional editor — winner
“The Man Who Saw "Gunga Din" Thirty Times” • Showcase
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The Science Fiction Hall of Fame, Vol. 2a & 2b • anthology • Doubleday
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Locus Awards 1974 — reprint anth/collection — 2nd place
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“The Sightseers ” • Future City
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1972

1971
Exiled from Earth • novel • Dutton, 1971
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1970
“Brillo” (by BB & Harlan Ellison) • short fiction • Analog Aug 1970
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Hugo Awards 1971 — short story — nomination
Locus Awards 1971 — short fiction — 8th place

1967

1966
“Stars, Won't You Hide Me?” • Worlds of Tomorrow Jan 1966
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1965
“Test in Orbit” • Analog Sep 1965
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1964

1963
“The Dueling Machine” • Analog May 1963
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1962
“The Next Logical Step ” • Analog May 1962
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