Bob Eggleton


science fiction awards database

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Awards Summary

Career and Special Awards: 1

Major Awards: 21

Locus Awards: 2

Other Awards: 18

Total Number of Award Wins and Nominations: 166

Times Served as Judge: 13

— Career and Special Awards —
Skylark Awardfor contribution to SF in the spirit of E.E. "Doc" Smith; presented by NESFA
winner

— Major Awards —
Hugo Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by members of annual World Science Fiction Convention
(31 nominations; 9 wins)

professional artist — nomination

professional artist — nomination

professional artist — nomination

professional artist — nomination

professional artist — nomination

professional artist — nomination

professional artist — nomination

professional artist — nomination

professional artist — winner

Dragonhenge (by BE & John Grant) (Paper Tiger) — related book — nomination

professional artist — winner

professional artist — nomination

Greetings from Earth: The Art of Bob Eggleton (by BE & Nigel Suckling) (Paper Tiger) — related book — winner

professional artist — winner

professional artist — nomination

professional artist — winner

professional artist — winner

professional artist — winner

Alien Horizons: The Fantastic Art of Bob Eggleton (Paper Tiger) — nonfiction book — nomination

professional artist — winner

“Dankden” by Marc Laidlaw (F&SF Oct/Nov 1995) — original artwork — nomination

“Tide of Stars” by Julia Ecklar (Analog Jan 1995) — original artwork — nomination

professional artist — nomination

professional artist — winner

professional artist — nomination

professional artist — nomination

Lunar Descent by Allen Steele (Ace) — original artwork — nomination

“Stations of the Tide” by Michael Swanwick (Asimov's Jan 1991) — original artwork — nomination

professional artist — nomination

professional artist — nomination

professional artist — nomination

World Fantasy Awardsfor Fantasy works; juried, with nominations from World Fantasy Con members
(4 nominations)

artist — nomination

artist — nomination

artist — nomination

artist — nomination

Chesley Awardsfor SF/F/H artworks; voted by members of Association of SF & F Artists
(51 nominations; 12 wins)

Gods of Opar by Philip Jose Farmer & Christopher Paul Carey (Subterranean) — cover illustration, hardcover — nomination

(Famous Masters of Filmland #262 Jul/Aug 2012) cover illustration, magazine — nomination

Tarzan of the Apes by Edgar Rice Burroughs (MBI/Easton Press) — interior illustration — nomination

Dragon's Domain: The Ultimate Dragon Painting Workshop (Impact) — product illustration — nomination

Dragon's Ring by Dave Freer (Baen) — cover illustration, hardcover — nomination

(Analog Oct 2009) cover illustration, magazine — nomination

(Asimov's Aug 2008) cover illustration, magazine — nomination

The Taint and Other Novellas by Brian Lumley (Subterranean Press) — cover illustration, hardcover — nomination

(Analog Oct 2007) cover illustration, magazine — nomination

“Cthulthu's Domain” — color work, unpublished — nomination

The House of Cthulhu by Brian Lumley (Tor) — cover illustration, hardcover — nomination

(Analog Jul/Aug 2005) cover illustration, magazine — nomination

(F&SF Jul 2003) cover illustration, magazine — winner

Resurgence by Charles Sheffield (Baen) — cover illustration, hardcover — nomination

Dragonhenge by John Grant & Bob Eggleton (Paper Tiger) — interior illustration — nomination

The Dragon Society by Lawrence Watt-Evans (Tor) — cover illustration, hardcover — nomination

Forge of the Elders by L. Neil Smith (Baen) — cover illustration, paperback — nomination

(Analog Jul/Aug 2001) cover illustration, magazine — nomination

Darkness Descending by Harry Turtledove (Tor) — cover illustration, hardcover — nomination

Chicon 2000 Program (cover A, 'Sue') — cover illustration, magazine — nomination

Dragon and Phoenix by Joanne Bertin — cover illustration, hardback book — nomination

Rainbow Mars by Larry Niven — cover illustration, hardback book — nomination

(F&SF Aug 1999) cover illustration, magazine — winner

“Dragonstorm” — color work, unpublished — nomination

“Dragonhenge” — monochrome, unpublished — nomination

The Last Dragonlord by Joanne Bertin — cover illustration, hardcover — nomination

(F&SF May 1998) cover illustration, magazine — winner

The Book of Sea Monsters by Bob Eggleton & Nigel Suckling — interior illustration — nomination

“Rage & Despair” (acrylic) — color work, unpublished — nomination

artistic achievement — winner

The Howling Stones by Alan Dean Foster — cover illustration, hardcover — winner

(Analog Oct 1997) cover illustration, magazine — nomination

(F&SF May 1996) cover illustration, magazine — winner

Cthulhu 2000 by Jim Turner, ed. — cover illustration, hardcover — nomination

(Analog Jan 1995) cover illustration, magazine — winner

(Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine Summer 1995) cover illustration, magazine — nomination

“Hero” by Stephen Baxter (Asimov's Jan 1995) — interior illustration — nomination

artistic achievement — nomination

(Asimov's Aug 1994) cover illustration, magazine — winner (tie)

Dragans by Jack Dann & Gardner Dozois, eds. (Ace) — paperback cover — winner

“Orcaurora” — color art, unpublished — nomination

(Weird Tales Summer 1992) magazine cover — nomination

Queen of Angels by Greg Bear (Warner) — cover illustration, hardback book — nomination

(Aboriginal SF Jan 1990) cover illustration, magazine — winner

(Amazing Stories Mar 1989) cover illustration, magazine — nomination

Necroscope by Brian Lumley (Tor) — cover illustration, paperback — nomination

(Asimov's Jul 1988) cover illustration, magazine — winner

(Amazing Stories Sep 1988) cover illustration, magazine — nomination

The Manse by Lisa W. Cantrell (Tor) — cover, paperback — nomination

(Asimov's Jan 1987) cover illustration, magazine — winner

artistic achievement — nomination

— Locus Awards and Poll —
Locus Awardsfor SF/F/H works, polled by readers of Locus Magazine
(34 nominations; 2 wins)

artist — 8th place

artist — 5th place

artist — 6th place

artist — 4th place

artist — 7th place

artist — 5th place

Dragon's Domain (Impact) — art book — 5th place

artist — 5th place

artist — 6th place

artist — 2nd place

artist — 6th place

artist — 4th place

artist — 2nd place

artist — 2nd place

artist — 2nd place

Dragonhenge (by BE & John Grant) (Paper Tiger) — art book — 2nd place

artist — winner

artist — 2nd place

Greetings from Earth: The Art of Bob Eggleton (by BE & Nigel Suckling) (Paper Tiger) — art book — 3rd place

artist — winner

artist — 2nd place

artist — 2nd place

artist — 2nd place

artist — 2nd place

Alien Horizons: The Fantastic Art of Bob Eggleton (Paper Tiger) — art book — 3rd place

artist — 2nd place

artist — 2nd place

artist — 4th place

artist — 4th place

artist — 4th place

artist — 8th place

artist — 15th place

artist — 9th place

artist — 13th place

— Other Awards —
Analog Readers Pollfor stories, articles, and art published by Analog, polled by readers
(22 nominations; 7 wins)

(Analog Jun 2016) cover — 2nd place

(Analog Apr 2016) cover — 4th place

(Analog Sep 2013) cover — 2nd place

(Analog Jan/Feb 2011) cover — 3rd place

(Analog Dec 2011) cover — winner

(Analog Dec 2010) cover — winner

(Analog Oct 2009) cover — winner (tie)

(Analog Jul/Aug 2008) cover — 2nd place

(Analog Jan/Feb 2007) cover — 3rd place

“Of Kings, Queens, and Angels” by Rajnar Vajra (Analog Jul/Aug 2005) — cover — 5th place

“Layna's Mirror” by Rajnar Vajra (Analog Oct 2004) — cover — 2nd place (tie)

“Bug Out!” by Michael A. Burstein & Shane Tourtellotte (Analog Jul/Aug 2001) — cover — winner

“The Debt” (Analog May 2000) — cover — 3rd place

“Escape Horizon” (Analog Mar 2000) — cover — 4th place

“The Ice Dragon's Song” by Bud Sparhawk (Analog Jul/Aug 1998) — cover — winner

“O Pioneer!” by Frederik Pohl (Analog Oct 1997) — cover — 2nd place

“Tide of Stars” (Analog Jan 1995) — cover — 2nd place

“Waterworld” by Lee Goodloe & Jerry Oltion (Analog Mar 1994) — cover — winner

(Analog Aug 1993) cover — 4th place

(Analog Jun 1993) cover — 3rd place

“Because It's There” by Lee Goodloe & Rick Shelley (Analog Jul 1992) — cover — winner

“Embracing the Alien” (Analog Nov 1992) — cover — 4th place

Asimov's Reader Pollfor stories, poems, and art published by Asimov's, polled by readers
(15 nominations; 6 wins)

(Asimov's Aug 2008) cover — 5th place

(Asimov's Apr/May 2006) cover — 3rd place

cover artist — winner

cover artist — 2nd place

cover artist — 2nd place

interior artist — 10th place

cover artist — 2nd place

cover artist — winner

cover artist — winner

interior artist — 7th place

cover artist — winner

cover artist — winner (tie)

cover artist — 9th place

cover artist — 3rd place

cover artist — winner

Jack Gaughan Awardfor emerging artists, presented by the New England SF Association
(1 nomination; 1 win)

winner

Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Pollfor SF/F works, polled by readers of Science Fiction Chronicle magazine
(7 nominations; 4 wins)

professional artist — winner

pro artist — winner

pro artist — winner

pro artist — winner

pro artist — 3rd place

pro artist — 2nd place

pro artist — 3rd place


— As Judge —
Spectrum Awardsfor SF/F/H artworks, juried
 
Writers and Illustrators of the Futurefor stories and art by contest winners, juried
 



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