Brian W. Aldiss


science fiction awards database

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An Age (US title: Cryptozoic) • novel • Faber and Faber, 1967
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Ditmar Awards 1969 — international sf — nomination
The Airs of Earth • collection • Faber and Faber, 1963
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...And the Lurid Glare of the Comet • nonfiction • Serconia Press, 1986
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Locus Awards 1987 — nonfiction — 13th place
“An Apollo Asteroid” • short fiction • Moon Shots, 1999
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Locus Awards 2000 — short story — 18th place (tie)
“Appearance of Life” • short fiction • Andromeda 1, 1976
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Locus Awards 1977 — short story — 10th place
The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume One (Harry Harrison & BWA, eds.) • anthology • Doubleday, 1972
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Locus Awards 1973 — reprint anth/collection — 13th place (tie)
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The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two (Harry Harrison & BWA, eds.) • anthology • Doubleday, 1973
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Locus Awards 1974 — reprint anth/collection — 7th place
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Best Science Fiction Stories of Brian W. Aldiss • collection • Faber and Faber, 1965
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Best Science Fiction Stories of Brian W. Aldiss • collection • Gollancz, 1988
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Locus Awards 1989 — collection — 24th place
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Best SF: 1967 (Harry Harrison & BWA, eds.) • anthology • Berkley Medallion, 1968
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Best SF: 1970 (Harry Harrison & BWA, eds.) • anthology • G.P. Putnam's, 1971
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Locus Awards 1972 — reprint anth/collection — 16th place
Best SF: 1971 (Harry Harrison & BWA, eds.) • anthology • G.P. Putnam's, 1972
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Locus Awards 1973 — reprint anth/collection — 11th place
Billion Year Spree • nonfiction • Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1973
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British SF Association Awards 1974 — special award — winner
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Brothers of the Head • collection • Pierrot, 1977
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Bury My Heart at W.H. Smith's • nonfiction • Hodder & Stoughton, 1990
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Hugo Awards 1991 — nonfiction book — nomination
Locus Awards 1991 — nonfiction — 6th place
“A Chinese Perspective” • short fiction • Anticipations, 1978
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Locus Awards 1979 — novella — 10th place
Cultural Breaks • collection • Tachyon Publications, 2005
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Locus Awards 2006 — collection — 21st place
The Detached Retina • nonfiction • Liverpool University Press, 1995
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Locus Awards 1996 — nonfiction — 5th place
Dracula Unbound • novel • HarperCollins, 1991
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Earthworks • novel • Faber and Faber, 1965
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“Enemies of the System” • short fiction • F&SF Jun 1978
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Hugo Awards 1979 — novella — nomination
An Exile on Planet Earth • nonfiction • The Bodelian Library, 2012
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Locus Awards 2013 — non-fiction — 5th place
Finches of Mars • novel • HarperCollins UK/The Friday Project, 2013
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Locus Awards 2014 — sf novel — 13th place
“Flight 063” • short fiction • Asimov's Dec 1994
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Asimov's Reader Poll 1995 — poem — 10th place (tie)
“Friendship Bridge” • short fiction • New Worlds 3, 1993
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Locus Awards 1994 — novelette — 20th place
“The God Who Slept With Women” • short fiction • Asimov's May 1994
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World Fantasy Awards 1995 — novella — nomination
Locus Awards 1995 — novelette — 16th place
“The Gods in Flight” • short fiction • Interzone #9 Autumn 1984; Asimov's mid-Dec 1984
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Locus Awards 1985 — short story — 24th place
HARM • novel • Ballantine Del Rey, 2007
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Locus Awards 2008 — sf novel — 18th place
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Hell's Cartographers (BWA & Harry Harrison, eds.) • nonfiction • Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1975
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Locus Awards 1976 — associational item — 5th place
“The Hibernators” • short fiction • Asimov's Oct/Nov 2003
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Locus Awards 2004 — short story — 9th place (tie)
Asimov's Reader Poll 2004 — short story — 8th place
“Horse Meat” • short fiction • Interzone #65 Nov 1992
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Locus Awards 1993 — novelette — 9th place
“Hothouse” (book title The Long Afternoon of Earth) • short fiction • F&SF Feb,Apr,Jul,Sep,Dec 1961
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Hugo Awards 1962 — short fiction — winner
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“Indifference” • short fiction • Rooms of Paradise, 1979
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Locus Awards 1980 — novelette — 17th place
The Interpreter • novel • Watson Limited, 1961
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“Into the Tunnel!” • short fiction • Asimov's Apr 1995
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Locus Awards 1996 — short story — 13th place
“A Kind of Artistry” • F&SF Oct 1962
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Last Orders and Other Stories • collection • Jonathan Cape, 1977
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“The Madonna of Futurity” • short fiction • Universe 3, 1994
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Locus Awards 1995 — novella — 16th place
“Man In His Time” • short fiction • Who Can Replace a Man?, 1966
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Hugo Awards 1967 — short story — nomination
Nebula Awards 1967 — short story — nomination
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The Moment of Eclipse • collection • Faber and Faber, 1970
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New Arrivals, Old Encounters • collection • Jonathan Cape, 1979
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The Pale Shadow of Science • nonfiction • Serconia Press, 1985
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Hugo Awards 1986 — nonfiction book — nomination
Locus Awards 1986 — nonfiction/reference — 2nd place
The Penguin Science Fiction Omnibus • anthology • Penguin, 1973
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The Penguin World Omnibus of Science Fiction (BWA & Sam J. Lundwall, eds.) • anthology • Penguin, 1986
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Locus Awards 1988 — anthology — 23rd place
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“A Private Whale” • short fiction • Perpetual Light, 1982
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Locus Awards 1983 — novelette — 20th place
Report on Probability A • novel • Faber and Faber, 1968
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A Romance of the Equator: Best Fantasy Stories • collection • Gollancz, 1989
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“The Saliva Tree” • short fiction • F&SF Sep 1965
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Nebula Awards 1966 — novella — winner (tie)
Seiun Awards 2001 — foreign short story — nomination
The Saliva Tree • novella • Tor Double, 1988
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The Saliva Tree and Other Strange Growths • collection • Faber and Faber, 1966
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A Science Fiction Omnibus • anthology • Penguin Modern Classics, 2008
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Locus Awards 2009 — anthology — 19th place
Seasons in Flight • collection • Jonathan Cape, 1984
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Locus Awards 1985 — collection — 14th place
The Secret of This Book (US title: Common Clay) • collection • HarperCollins UK, 1995
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World Fantasy Awards 1996 — collection — nomination
Locus Awards 1996 — collection — 15th place
SF Art • Crown
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Locus Awards 1976 — associational item — 2nd place
Somewhere East of Life • novel • Carroll & Graf, 1994
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Space Opera • anthology • Futura, 1974
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Space, Time and Nathaniel • collection • Faber and Faber, 1957
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Starswarm • collection • Signet, 1964
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“Steppenpferd” • short fiction • F&SF Feb 2000
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Locus Awards 2001 — short story — 33rd place
“Super-Toys Last All Summer Long” • Harper's Bazaar Dec 1969
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“Total Environment” • short fiction • Galaxy Feb 1968
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Hugo Awards 1969 — novelette — nomination
Nebula Awards 1969 — novelette — nomination
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Trillion Year Spree (by BWA with David Wingrove) • nonfiction • Gollancz, 1986
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Hugo Awards 1987 — nonfiction book — winner
Locus Awards 1987 — nonfiction — winner
Eaton Award 1986 — nonfiction — winner
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“A Tupolev Too Far” • Other Edens III, 1989
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A Tupolev Too Far • collection • HarperCollins UK, 1993
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Locus Awards 1994 — collection — 21st place
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The Twinkling of an Eye or My Life as an Englishman • nonfiction • Little Brown UK, 1998
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Locus Awards 2000 — nonfiction — 2nd place
White Mars, or, The Mind Set Free: A 21st Century Utopia (by BWA & Roger Penrose) • novel • Little Brown, 1999
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“The Worm That Flies” • The Farthest Reaches, 1968
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The Year's Best Science Fiction No. 1 (Harry Harrison & BWA, eds.) • anthology • Sphere, 1968
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