David Gerrold


science fiction awards database

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Awards Summary

Career and Special Awards: 2

Major Awards: 3

Locus Awards: 1

Other Awards: 5

Total Number of Award Wins and Nominations: 41

— Career and Special Awards —
Forry Awardfor lifetime achievement, presented by the Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society
winner

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
(4 nominations; 1 win)

“The Martian Child” (F&SF Sep 1994) — novelette — winner

The Man Who Folded Himself (Random House) — novel — nomination

When Harlie Was One (Ballantine) — novel — nomination

Star Trek: “The Trouble with Tribbles” — dramatic presentation — nomination

Nebula Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by SF & Fantasy Writers of America professional membership
(6 nominations; 1 win)

“Jumping Off the Planet” (Science Fiction Age Jan 1998) — novella — nomination

“The Martian Child” (F&SF Sep 1994) — novelette — winner

Moonstar Odyssey (NAL/Signet) — novel — nomination

The Man Who Folded Himself (Random House) — novel — nomination

When Harlie Was One (Nelson Doubleday; Ballantine) — novel — nomination

“In the Deadlands” (With a Finger In My I) — novelette — nomination

Bram Stoker Awardsfor Horror works, voted by Horror Writer's Association professional membership
(1 nomination; 1 win)

“Night Train to Paris” (F&SF Jan/Feb 2013) — short fiction — winner

John W. Campbell Memorial Awardfor SF novel published in US or UK; juried
(1 nomination)

Child of Earth (BenBella) — finalist

Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Awardfor SF short fiction in English; juried
(2 nominations)

“Dancer in the Dark” (F&SF Apr 2004) — shortlist

“The Martian Child” (F&SF Sep 1994) — shortlist

— Locus Awards and Poll —
Locus Awardsfor SF/F/H works, polled by readers of Locus Magazine
(13 nominations; 1 win)

“Night Train to Paris” (F&SF Jan/Feb 2013) — short story — 10th place

“Jumping Off the Planet” (Science Fiction Age Jan 1998) — novella — 16th place

“The Martian Child” (F&SF Sep 1994) — novelette — winner

“The Kennedy Enterprise” (Alternate Kennedys) — short story — 12th place

A Day for Damnation (Timescape) — sf novel — 19th place

A Matter for Men (Timescape) — sf novel — 19th place

Moonstar Odyssey (NAL/Signet) — sf novel — 17th place

Science Fiction Emphasis I (Ballantine) — original anthology — 13th place

The Man Who Folded Himself (Random House) — novel — 5th place

When Harlie Was One (Nelson Doubleday; Ballantine) — novel — 4th place

Yesterday's Children (Dell) — novel — 19th place

Generation (Dell) — original anthology — 7th place

Protostars (Ballantine) — original anthology — 5th place

— Other Awards —
Asimov's Reader Pollfor stories, poems, and art published by Asimov's, polled by readers
(1 nomination)

“The Great Pan American Airship Mystery, or, Why I Murdered Robert Benchley” — novelette — 4th place (tie)

Gaylactic Spectrum Awardsfor SF/F/H on GLBT themes, voted by members of Gaylactic Network
(3 nominations; 2 wins)

“In the Quake Zone” (Down These Dark Spaceways) — short fiction — winner (tie)

Bouncing Off the Moon (Tor) — novel — nomination

Jumping Off the Planet (Tor) — novel — winner

Golden Duck Awardsfor children's and YA SF books, juried
(1 nomination; 1 win)

Jumping Off the Planet (Tor) — Hal Clement Award (young adult) — winner

HOMer Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by members of SF/F forum on CompuServe
(4 nominations; 1 win)

Jumping Off the Planet (Tor) — novel — nomination

“Jumping Off the Planet” (Science Fiction Age Jan 1998) — novella — nomination

“The Martian Child” (F&SF Sep 1994) — novelette — winner

A Season for Slaughter (Bantam Spectra) — novel — nomination

Jupiter Awardsfor SF novels and stories, voted by instructors of SF courses in higher education
(1 nomination)

The Man Who Folded Himself (Random House) — novel — nomination

Lambda Awardfor gay and lesbian literature, juried
(1 nomination)

Jumping Off the Planet (Tor) — sf/fantasy/horror — nomination

Lord Ruthven Awardsfor fiction and nonfiction about vampires, juried
(1 nomination; 1 win)

Jacob (ComicMix LLC) — fiction — winner



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