David Langford


science fiction awards database

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2012
Ansible
awards:
British Fantasy Awards 2013 — non-fiction — nomination

2011
The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, Third Edition (John Clute, DL, Peter Nicholls & Graham Sleight, eds.) • nonfiction • SF Gateway
awards:
Hugo Awards 2012 — related work — winner
British SF Association Awards 2012 — nonfiction — winner

2010
“Graffiti in the Library of Babel” • short fiction • Is Anybody Out There?
awards:
Locus Awards 2011 — short story — 24th place

2009
Ansible
awards:
Hugo Awards 2010 — semiprozine — nomination
Ansible Link • new.ansible.co.uk
awards:
British Fantasy Awards 2010 — nonfiction — winner
Starcombing • nonfiction • Cosmos Books
awards:
Locus Awards 2010 — nonfiction/art book — 10th place

2008
Hugo Awards 2009 — fan writer — nomination

2007
Hugo Awards 2008 — fan writer — nomination
Ansible
awards:
Hugo Awards 2008 — semiprozine — nomination

2006
Hugo Awards 2007 — fan writer — winner
Ansible
awards:
Hugo Awards 2007 — semiprozine — nomination

2005
Hugo Awards 2006 — fan writer — winner
Ansible
awards:
Hugo Awards 2006 — semiprozine — nomination
The SEX Column and Other Misprints • nonfiction • Cosmos Books
awards:
Hugo Awards 2006 — related book — nomination
Locus Awards 2006 — non-fiction — 8th place

2004
Hugo Awards 2005 — fan writer — winner
Ansible
awards:
Hugo Awards 2005 — semiprozine — winner

2003
Hugo Awards 2004 — fan writer — winner
Ansible
awards:
Hugo Awards 2004 — semiprozine — nomination
Up Through an Empty House of Stars: Reviews and Essays 1980-2002 • nonfiction • Cosmos
awards:
Locus Awards 2004 — non-fiction/art — 9th place (tie)

2002
Hugo Awards 2003 — fan writer — winner
Ansible
awards:
Hugo Awards 2003 — semiprozine — nomination
“Introduction” • short fiction • Maps: The Uncollected John Sladek Big Engine
awards:
British SF Association Awards 2003 — nonfiction — winner

2001
Hugo Awards 2002 — fan writer — winner
Ansible
awards:
Hugo Awards 2002 — fanzine — winner

2000
Hugo Awards 2001 — fan writer — winner
“Different Kinds of Darkness” • short fiction • F&SF Jan 2000
awards:
Hugo Awards 2001 — short story — winner
HOMer Awards 2001 — short story — nomination
Seiun Awards 2003 — translated short story — nomination
anthologies:
Josh Kirby: A Cosmic Cornucopia (by DL; artist Josh Kirby) • Paper Tiger
awards:
Locus Awards 2001 — art book — 12th place

1999
Hugo Awards 2000 — fan writer — winner
Ansible
awards:
Hugo Awards 2000 — fanzine — nomination

1998
Hugo Awards 1999 — fan writer — winner
Ansible
awards:
Hugo Awards 1999 — fanzine — winner
“Out of Space, Out of Time” • short fiction • Science Fiction Age Sep 1998
awards:
Locus Awards 1999 — short story — 19th place (tie)

1997
Hugo Awards 1998 — fan writer — winner
Ansible
awards:
Hugo Awards 1998 — fanzine — nomination

1996
Hugo Awards 1997 — fan writer — winner
Ansible
awards:
Hugo Awards 1997 — fanzine — nomination
Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Poll 1997 — fanzine — 3rd place
The Silence of the Langford • NESFA Press
awards:
Hugo Awards 1997 — nonfiction book — nomination

1995
Hugo Awards 1996 — fan writer — winner
Ansible
awards:
Hugo Awards 1996 — fanzine — winner

1994
Hugo Awards 1995 — fan writer — winner
Ansible
awards:
Hugo Awards 1995 — fanzine — winner
Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Poll 1995 — fanzine — 2nd place

1993
Hugo Awards 1994 — fan writer — winner
Ansible
awards:
Hugo Awards 1994 — fanzine — nomination
Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Poll 1994 — fanzine — 2nd place

1992
Hugo Awards 1993 — fan writer — winner
Let's Hear It for the Deaf Man • NESFA Press
awards:
Hugo Awards 1993 — nonfiction book — nomination

1991
Hugo Awards 1992 — fan writer — winner
Ansible
awards:

1990
Hugo Awards 1991 — fan writer — winner

1989
Hugo Awards 1990 — fan writer — winner

1988
Hugo Awards 1989 — fan writer — winner
Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Poll 1989 — fan writer — 2nd place
“Blit” • short fiction • Interzone #25 Sep/Oct 1988
awards:
Interzone Readers Poll 1989 — fiction — 8th place

1987
Hugo Awards 1988 — fan writer — nomination
Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Poll 1988 — fan writer — 2nd place

1986
Hugo Awards 1987 — fan writer — winner
Ansible
awards:
Hugo Awards 1987 — fanzine — winner

1985
Hugo Awards 1986 — fan writer — nomination
Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Poll 1986 — fan writer — 2nd place
Ansible
awards:
Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Poll 1986 — fanzine — 3rd place
“Cube Root” • short fiction • Interzone #11 Spring 1985
awards:
British SF Association Awards 1986 — short fiction — winner
Interzone Readers Poll 1986 — fiction — 4th place (tie)

1984
Hugo Awards 1985 — fan writer — winner
Ansible
awards:
Hugo Awards 1985 — fanzine — nomination

1983
Hugo Awards 1984 — fan writer — nomination
Ansible
awards:
Hugo Awards 1984 — fanzine — nomination

1982
Hugo Awards 1983 — fan writer — nomination
Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Poll 1983 — fan writer — 3rd place
The Space Eater • novel • Arrow
awards:
Locus Awards 1983 — first novel — 6th place

1981
Hugo Awards 1982 — fan writer — nomination

1980
Hugo Awards 1981 — fan writer — nomination

1979
Hugo Awards 1980 — fan writer — nomination
Fan Activity Achievement Awards 1980 — fan writer — winner
“Sex Pirates of the Blood Asteroid” • short fiction • Aries #1
awards:
British SF Association Awards 1980 — short fiction — nomination

1978
Hugo Awards 1979 — fan writer — nomination
Twll-Ddu
awards:
Hugo Awards 1979 — fanzine — nomination



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