Dan Simmons


science fiction awards database

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“All Dracula's Children” • short fiction • The Ultimate Dracula, 1991
awards:
Locus Awards 1992 — novelette — winner
“Carrion Comfort” • Omni Sep 1983 (+1)
anthologies:
Carrion Comfort • novel • Dark Harvest, 1989
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 1990 — novel — nomination
Bram Stoker Awards 1990 — novel — winner
British Fantasy Awards 1990 — August Derleth Award (novel) — winner
Locus Awards 1990 — horror novel — winner
citations:
Children of the Night • novel • Putnam, 1992
awards:
Bram Stoker Awards 1993 — novel — nomination
Locus Awards 1993 — horror/dark fantasy novel — winner
citations:
“Death in Bangkok” • short fiction • Playboy Jun 1993
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World Fantasy Awards 1994 — short story — nomination
Bram Stoker Awards 1994 — novelette — winner
Locus Awards 1994 — novelette — winner
Drood • novel • Little, Brown, 2009
awards:
Locus Awards 2010 — fantasy novel — 3rd place
Phantastik Preis 2010 — foreign novel — 4th place
Endymion • novel • Bantam Spectra, 1996
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Locus Awards 1997 — sf novel — 2nd place
Seiun Awards 2000 — overseas long fiction — nomination
citations:
Entropy's Bed at Midnight • short fiction • Lord John Press, 1990
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Bram Stoker Awards 1991 — novella/novelette — nomination
Locus Awards 1991 — novelette — winner
Readercon Awards 1991 — short work — winner
Fires of Eden • novel • Putnam, 1994
awards:
Locus Awards 1995 — dark fantasy/horror novel — winner
“Flashback” • short fiction • Lovedeath, 1993
awards:
Bram Stoker Awards 1994 — novella — nomination
Locus Awards 1994 — novella — 4th place
anthologies:
“The Great Lover” (“le Grand amant“) • short fiction
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Grand Prix de l'Imaginaire 1996 — Translated Short Story — winner
“The Guiding Nose of Ulfant Banderoz” • short fiction
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Seiun Awards 2017 — translated story — nomination
The Hollow Man • novel • Bantam Spectra, 1992
awards:
Locus Awards 1993 — sf novel — 3rd place
citations:
Hyperion • novel • Doubleday Foundation, 1989
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Hugo Awards 1990 — novel — winner
British SF Association Awards 1991 — novel — nomination
Locus Awards 1990 — sf novel — winner
Ignotus Awards 1991 — novel — winner
Seiun Awards 1995 — foreign novel — winner
citations:
The Hyperion Cantos • Headline
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Arthur C. Clarke Award 1992 — shortlist
citations:
Ilium • novel • Eos, 2003
awards:
Hugo Awards 2004 — novel — nomination
Locus Awards 2004 — sf novel — winner
Italia Awards 2006 — international novel — nomination
Seiun Awards 2007 — translated long form — nomination
SF Site Readers Poll 2004 — sf/fantasy book — winner
citations:
“Looking for Kelly Dahl” • short fiction • Omni Online Sep 1995; High Fantastic
awards:
Locus Awards 1996 — novella — 15th place
anthologies:
Lovedeath • collection • Warner, 1993
awards:
Bram Stoker Awards 1994 — collection — nomination
Locus Awards 1994 — collection — 2nd place
citations:
“Madame Bovary, C'est Moi” • Nature Sep 14 2000
anthologies:
“Madame Bovary, c'est moi” • short fiction • Nature 14 Sep 2000
awards:
Locus Awards 2001 — short story — 23rd place
“Metastasis” • short fiction • Night Visions 5, 1988
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 1989 — short fiction — nomination
“Muse of Fire” • short fiction • The New Space Opera, 2007
awards:
Locus Awards 2008 — novella — 5th place
Olympos • novel • Orion/Gollancz, 2005
awards:
Locus Awards 2006 — sf novel — 2nd place
Seiun Awards 2008 — translated long form — nomination
SF Site Readers Poll 2006 — sf/fantasy book — 9th place (tie)
“On K2 with Kanakaredes” • short fiction • Redshift: Extreme Visions of Speculative Fiction, 2001
awards:
Locus Awards 2002 — novelette — 3rd place
anthologies:
“Orphans of the Helix” • short fiction • Far Horizons, 1999
awards:
Locus Awards 2000 — novella — winner
Seiun Awards 2001 — foreign short story — nomination
anthologies:
Phases of Gravity • novel • Bantam Spectra, 1989
awards:
Locus Awards 1990 — sf novel — 9th place
citations:
Prayers to Broken Stones • collection • Dark Harvest, 1990
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 1991 — collection — nomination
Bram Stoker Awards 1991 — collection — nomination
Bram Stoker Awards 1992 — collection — winner
Locus Awards 1991 — collection — 3rd place
citations:
“Remembering Siri” • short fiction • Asimov's Dec 1983
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Locus Awards 1984 — novelette — 15th place
The Rise of Endymion • novel • Bantam Spectra, 1997
awards:
Hugo Awards 1998 — novel — nomination
Locus Awards 1998 — sf novel — winner
Italia Awards 2000 — international novel — 2nd place
Prix Ozone 1999 — SF novel, foreign — winner
Seiun Awards 2000 — overseas long fiction — nomination
SF Site Readers Poll 1999 — sf/fantasy book — 6th place
citations:
“The River Styx Flows Upstream” • short fiction • Twilight Zone Apr 1982
awards:
Locus Awards 1983 — short story — 26th place
Summer of Night • novel • Putnam, 1991
awards:
Bram Stoker Awards 1992 — novel — nomination
British Fantasy Awards 1992 — August Derleth Award (novel) — nomination
Locus Awards 1992 — horror/dark fantasy novel — winner
citations:
The Terror • novel • Little Brown, 2007
awards:
Bram Stoker Awards 2008 — novel — nomination
British Fantasy Awards 2008 — August Derleth Award (novel) — nomination
Shirley Jackson Awards 2008 — novel — nomination
SF Site Readers Poll 2008 — sf/fantasy book — 4th place
Xatafi-Cyberdark 2009 — foreign book — nomination
“This Year's Class Picture” • short fiction • Still Dead, 1992
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 1993 — short story — winner (tie)
Bram Stoker Awards 1993 — short story — winner
Seiun Awards 1999 — foreign short story — winner
A Winter Haunting • novel • HarperCollins/Morrow, 2002
awards:
Locus Awards 2003 — fantasy novel — 3rd place
Worlds Enough & Time • collection • Subterranean Press, 2002
awards:
Locus Awards 2003 — collection — 3rd place

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