Cat Sparks


science fiction awards database

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2012
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2009 — artwork — nomination
Agog! Fantastic Fiction • anthology • Agog! Press, 2002
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2003 — Australian collected work — winner
Agog! Ripping Reads • Agog! Press
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2007 — artwork — nomination
Agog! Ripping Reads • anthology • Agog! Press, 2006
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2007 — collected work — nomination
Agog! Smashing Stories
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2005 — artwork — nomination
Agog! Smashing Stories • anthology • Agog! Press, 2004
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2005 — collected work — nomination
Agog! Terrific Tales by Cat Sparks, ed.
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2004 — artwork — winner
Agog! Terrific Tales • anthology • Agog! Press, 2003
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2004 — collected work — winner (tie)
“All the Love in the World” • short fiction • Sprawl, 2010
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2011 — short story — winner (tie)
anthologies:
“Arctica” • short fiction • Fantastic Wonder Stories, 2007
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2008 — sf short story — nomination
The Bride Price • collection • Ticonderoga, 2013
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2014 — collection — nomination
Ditmar Awards 2014 — artwork — nomination
Ditmar Awards 2014 — collected work — winner
Creeping in Reptile Flesh
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2009 — artwork — nomination
Daughters of Earth: Feminist Science Fiction in the Twentieth Century • Wesleyan University Press
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2007 — artwork — nomination
“Dead Low” • short fiction • Midnight Echo
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2012 — sf short story — nomination
Ecopunk! (by CS & Liz Grzyb) • collection • Ticonderoga, 2017
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2018 — collected work — winner
“Hollywood Roadkill” • short fiction • On Spec #69
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2008 — Golden Aurealis short story — winner
Aurealis Awards 2008 — sf short story — winner
“Home by the Sea” • short fiction • Orb #6
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2005 — sf short story — nomination
Ditmar Awards 2005 — novella or novelette — nomination
“Hot Rods” • short fiction • Lightspeed Mar 2015
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2016 — novella or novelette — nomination
“A Lady of Adestan” • short fiction • Orb #7
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2008 — fantasy short story — nomination
Ditmar Awards 2008 — novella — winner
“Last Dance at the Sergeant Majors' Ball” • short fiction
awards:
Writers and Illustrators of the Future 2005 — Writers of the Future 1st quarter — Third Place
Lotus Blue • novel • Skyhorse/Talos Press, 2017
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2018 — sf novel — nomination
Ditmar Awards 2018 — novel — nomination
“Macciato Lane” • short fiction • Ticonderoga Online
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2006 — horror story — nomination
“No Fat Chicks” • short fiction • In Your Face, 2016
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2017 — short story — winner
Passing Strange
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2003 — Australian artwork — winner
“Prayers to Broken Stone” • short fiction • Kaleidotrope Spr 2017
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2018 — short story — nomination
“Sammarynda Deep” • short fiction • Paper Cities: An Anthology of Urban Fantasy, 2008
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2009 — fantasy short story — winner
Ditmar Awards 2009 — short story — nomination
“Scarp” • short fiction • The Bride Price, 2013
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2014 — short story — winner
Scary Food Cookbook • nonfiction • Agog! Press, 2008
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2009 — fan publication — nomination
“Science fiction and climate fiction: contemporary literatures of purpose” • short fiction • Ecopunk!, 2017
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2018 — William Atheling Jr. Award for Criticism or Review — nomination
“Seventeen” • short fiction • Masques, 2009
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2010 — young adult short story — winner
Ditmar Awards 2010 — short story — winner
“The Seventh Relic” • short fiction • Phantazein, 2014
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2015 — short story — winner
“The Sleeping and the Dead” • short fiction • Ishtar, 2011
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2012 — novella or novelette — nomination

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