Emperor Norton Award


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The Emperor Norton Awards are a San Francisco Bay area specific award given each year for "extraordinary invention and creativity unhindered by the constraints of paltry reason". The award is named after and commemorates the memory of Joshua Norton I, Emperor of the United States of America and Protector of Mexico, and are presented annually by Tachyon Publications and Borderlands Bookstore in San Francisco.
— Winners by Year —
— 2011 — Mortality Bridge, Steven R. Boyett
  Nested Scrolls, Rudy Rucker
— 2010 — Trina Robbins
  Boilerplate: History's Mechanical Marvel, Paul Guinan & Anina Bennett
— 2009 — Charlie Jane Anders, for running the popular Writers with Drinks reading series and (along with Annalee Newitz) the website IO9
  Alive in Necropolis, Doug Dorst
— 2008 — Little Brother, Cory Doctorow
  Jack Rems
— 2007 — The Land of the Silver Apples, Nancy Farmer
  Ray Nelson
— 2006 — The Other Change of Hobbit
  The Strange Adventures of Rangergirl, Tim Pratt
— 2005 — Grania Davis
  Lurulu, Jack Vance
— 2004 — Clade, Mark Budz
  Frank M. Robinson
— 2003 — “A Night on the Barbary Coast”, Kage Baker
  Ron Turner


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