Frank Kelly Freas


science fiction awards database

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Summary

Career and Special Awards: 5

Major Awards: 13

Locus Awards: 5

Other Awards: 3

Total Number of Award Wins and Nominations: 87

Times Served as Judge: 10

2005
Science Fiction Hall of Fame 2006 — Posthumous Inductee — winner

2004
Hugo Awards 2005 — professional artist — nomination
Locus Awards 2005 — artist — 3rd place

2003
Hugo Awards 2004 — professional artist — nomination
Locus Awards 2004 — artist — 7th place
“Shootout at the Nokai Corral” by Rajnar Vajra • Analog Feb 2003
awards:
Analog Readers Poll 2004 — cover — 2nd place

2002
Hugo Awards 2003 — professional artist — nomination
Locus Awards 2003 — artist — 5th place
Analog Readers Poll 2003 — cover — 4th place

2001
Hugo Awards 2002 — professional artist — nomination
Locus Awards 2002 — artist — 19th place
“Sunday Night Yams at Minnie and Earl's” by Adam-Troy Castro • Analog Jun 2001
awards:
Analog Readers Poll 2002 — cover — 3rd place

2000
Hugo Awards 2001 — professional artist — nomination
Chesley Awards 2001 — artistic achievement — winner
Chesley Awards 2001 — cover illustration, magazine — nomination
Locus Awards 2001 — artist — 3rd place
Frank Kelly Freas: As He Sees It (by FKF & Laura Brodian Freas) • Paper Tiger
awards:
Locus Awards 2001 — art book — 2nd place
“The Taranth Stone” by Ron Collins • Analog Oct 2000
awards:
Analog Readers Poll 2001 — cover — winner
“Under” • Analog Jan 2000
awards:
Analog Readers Poll 2001 — cover — 2nd place

1999
Asimov's Reader Poll 2000 — cover artist — 4th place
Asimov's Reader Poll 2000 — interior artist — 5th place
Writers and Illustrators of the Future 1999 — lifetime achievement — winner

1998

1997

1996

1995

1994

1993
Chesley Awards 1994 — artistic achievement — winner
Chesley Awards 1994 — magazine cover — nomination
Locus Awards 1994 — artist — 10th place
The Wishing Season by Esther M. Friesner • Atheneum
awards:
Chesley Awards 1994 — hardback cover — nomination

1992
Locus Awards 1993 — artist — 14th place
“Surface Wars” by Jack Massa • Amazing Stories Nov 1992
awards:
Chesley Awards 1993 — interior art — nomination

1991
Chesley Awards 1992 — cover illustration, magazine — nomination
Locus Awards 1992 — artist — 12th place
“Try a Little Touch” by Robert R. Chase • Analog mid-Dec 1991
awards:
Analog Readers Poll 1992 — cover — winner (tie)

1990
Locus Awards 1991 — artist — 9th place
Analog Readers Poll 1991 — cover — 2nd place

1989
Chesley Awards 1990 — cover illustration, magazine — winner
Locus Awards 1990 — artist — 11th place
“Cold War” • Analog Jul 1989
awards:
Analog Readers Poll 1990 — cover — 3rd place
“Labyrinth” • Analog Aug 1989
awards:
Analog Readers Poll 1990 — cover — 5th place

1988
Locus Awards 1989 — artist — 11th place

1987
Locus Awards 1988 — artist — 4th place

1986
Hugo Awards 1987 — professional artist — nomination
Locus Awards 1987 — artist — 4th place

1985
Hugo Awards 1986 — professional artist — nomination
Locus Awards 1986 — artist — 4th place

1984
Locus Awards 1985 — artist — 2nd place
A Separate Star • Greenswamp
awards:
Locus Awards 1985 — nonfiction/reference — 8th place

1983
Locus Awards 1984 — artist — 9th place
Forry Award 1983winner

1982
Hugo Awards 1983 — professional artist — nomination
Locus Awards 1983 — artist — 8th place
“Rails Across the Galaxy” • Analog Aug 1982
awards:
Analog Readers Poll 1983 — cover — 3rd place

1981
Locus Awards 1982 — artist — 14th place

1980
Locus Awards 1981 — artist — 7th place
Balrog Awards 1981 — professional achievement — nomination
“Savage Planet” • Analog Feb 1980
awards:
Analog Readers Poll 1981 — cover — 2nd place

1979
Locus Awards 1980 — artist — 5th place

1978
Locus Awards 1979 — artist — 5th place

1977
Hugo Awards 1978 — professional artist — nomination

1976
Locus Awards 1977 — artist — 3rd place

1975
Hugo Awards 1976 — professional artist — winner
Locus Awards 1976 — artist — 3rd place

1974
Hugo Awards 1975 — professional artist — winner
Locus Awards 1975 — professional artist — winner

1973
Hugo Awards 1974 — professional artist — winner
Locus Awards 1974 — professional artist — winner

1972
Hugo Awards 1973 — professional artist — winner
Locus Awards 1973 — paperback cover artist — winner
Locus Awards 1973 — magazine artist — winner

1971
Hugo Awards 1972 — professional artist — winner
Locus Awards 1972 — paperback artist — 4th place
Locus Awards 1972 — magazine artist — winner

1970
Hugo Awards 1971 — professional artist — nomination
Locus Awards 1971 — paperback cover illustrator — 3rd place

1969
Hugo Awards 1970 — professional artist — winner

1968
Hugo Awards 1969 — professional artist — nomination

1967
Hugo Awards 1968 — professional artist — nomination

1966
Hugo Awards 1967 — professional artist — nomination

1965
Hugo Awards 1966 — professional artist — nomination

1960
Hugo Awards 1961 — professional artist — nomination

1959
Hugo Awards 1960 — professional artist — nomination

1958
Hugo Awards 1959 — professional artist — winner

1957
Hugo Awards 1958 — outstanding artist — winner

1955
Hugo Awards 1956 — artist — winner

1954
Hugo Awards 1955 — artist — winner

1953
Retro Hugo Awards 2004 — professional artist — nomination

1950
Retro Hugo Awards 2001 — professional artist — winner



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