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science fiction awards database

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“100 African Writers of SFF” • short fiction • Tor.com 6 Jul, 1 Nov 2016
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British SF Association Awards 2017 — nonfiction — winner
253: The Print Remix • novel • HarperCollins/Flamingo, 1998
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Air • novel • St. Martin's Griffin, 2004
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Nebula Awards 2006 — novel — nomination
British SF Association Awards 2006 — novel — winner
Philip K. Dick Award 2005 — finalist
Locus Awards 2005 — sf novel — 14th place
Sunburst Award 2005winner
“Birth Days” • short fiction • Interzone #188 Apr 2003
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British SF Association Awards 2004 — short fiction — nomination
Locus Awards 2004 — short story — 33rd place
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“Capitalism in the 22nd Century or AIR”
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“Days of Wonder” • short fiction • F&SF Oct/Nov 2008
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Locus Awards 2009 — novelette — 16th place
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“Dead Space for the Unexpected” • short fiction • Interzone #88 Oct 1994
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Interzone Readers Poll 1995 — fiction — 10th place (tie)
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“A Fall of Angels, or On the Possibility of Life Under Extreme Conditions” • short fiction • Unconquered Countries, 1994
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Locus Awards 1995 — novella — 12th place
“Family” • short fiction • Interzone #127 Jan 1998
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British Fantasy Awards 1998 — short story — nomination
“Fan” • short fiction • Unconquered Countries, 1994
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Nebula Awards 1995 — novella — nomination
Locus Awards 1995 — novella — 14th place
Interzone Readers Poll 1995 — fiction — 6th place (tie)
“The Film-makers of Mars” • short fiction • Tor.com Dec 2008
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Locus Awards 2009 — short story — 19th place
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“Home” • short fiction • Interzone #93 Mar 1995
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Locus Awards 1996 — short story — 14th place
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“The Last Ten Years in the Life of Hero Kai” • short fiction • F&SF Dec 2005
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Locus Awards 2006 — novelette — 8th place
“Love Sickness” • short fiction • Interzone #20 Summer 1987, #21 Autumn 1987
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British SF Association Awards 1988 — short fiction — winner
Locus Awards 1988 — novella — 8th place
Lust • novel • HarperCollins/Flamingo, 2001
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British SF Association Awards 2002 — novel — nomination
Gaylactic Spectrum Awards 2004 — novel — nomination
“O Happy Day!” • short fiction • Interzone: The 1st Anthology, 1985
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British SF Association Awards 1986 — short fiction — nomination
Locus Awards 1986 — novelette — 22nd place
Paradise Tales • collection • Small Beer Press, 2011
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Locus Awards 2012 — collection — 6th place
Lambda Award 2012 — sf/fantasy/horror — nomination
Sunburst Award 2012 — Adult — winner
“Pol Pot's Beautiful Daughter (Fantasy)” • short fiction • F&SF Oct/Nov 2006
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Hugo Awards 2007 — novelette — nomination
Nebula Awards 2008 — novelette — nomination
World Fantasy Awards 2007 — short fiction — nomination
Locus Awards 2007 — novelette — 2nd place
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Tesseracts Nine (Nalo Hopkinson & GR, eds.) • anthology • Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy, 2005
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Locus Awards 2006 — anthology — 12th place
Aurora Awards 2006 — other work in English — winner
Unconquered Countries • collection • St. Martin's, 1994
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Locus Awards 1995 — collection — 5th place
“The Unconquered Country” • short fiction • Interzone #7 Spring 1984
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 1985 — novella — winner
British SF Association Awards 1985 — short fiction — winner
Locus Awards 1985 — novella — 12th place
Interzone Readers Poll 1985 — fiction — winner
V.A.O. • novella • PS Publishing, 2002
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Locus Awards 2003 — novelette — 20th place
“Warmth” • short fiction
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British SF Association Awards 1996 — short fiction — nomination
Interzone Readers Poll 1996 — fiction — 3rd place (tie)
The Warrior Who Carried Life • novel • Allen & Unwin, 1985
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British SF Association Awards 1986 — novel — nomination
Locus Awards 1986 — first novel — 15th place
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Was • novel • HarperCollins, 1992
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World Fantasy Awards 1993 — novel — nomination
Locus Awards 1993 — fantasy novel — 5th place
Gaylactic Spectrum Awards 2002 — hall of fame — winner
"Was…" • novel • HarperCollins, 1992
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“What We Found” • short fiction • F&SF Sep/Oct 2011
awards:
Hugo Awards 2012 — novelette — nomination
Nebula Awards 2012 — novelette — winner
Locus Awards 2012 — novelette — 3rd place
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