Gwyneth Jones


science fiction awards database

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“Balinese Dancer ” • short fiction • Asimov's Sep 1997
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Bold as Love • novel • Gollancz, 2001
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British Fantasy Awards 2002 — August Derleth Award (novel) — nomination
British SF Association Awards 2002 — novel — nomination
Locus Awards 2002 — fantasy novel — 19th place
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Castles Made of Sand • novel • Gollancz, 2002
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British SF Association Awards 2003 — novel — nomination
Locus Awards 2003 — fantasy novel — 18th place
“La Cenerentola ” • short fiction • Interzone #136 Oct 1998
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British SF Association Awards 1999 — short fiction — winner
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Deconstructing the Starships: Science, Fiction and Reality • nonfiction • Liverpool University Press, 1999
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Locus Awards 2000 — nonfiction — 4th place
Dr. Franklin's Island • novel • Dolphin, 2001
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Escape Plans • novel • Unwin/Orion , 1986
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Arthur C. Clarke Award 1987 — shortlist
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“The Grass Princess ” • short fiction • Seven Tales and a Fable, 1995
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World Fantasy Awards 1996 — short fiction — winner
The Grasshopper's Child • novel • Tjoy Books, 2014
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Locus Awards 2015 — young adult book — 15th place (tie)
“Grazing the Long Acre ” • Interzone Jan 1998
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Grazing the Long Acre • collection • PS Publishing, 2009
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Locus Awards 2010 — collection — 19th place
“Identifying the Object” • Interzone #42 1990
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Imagination/Space: Essays and Talks on Fiction, Feminism, Technology and Politics • nonfiction • Aqueduct Press, 2009
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Locus Awards 2010 — nonfiction/art book — 15th place
“In the Forest of the Queen ” • Eclipse One, 2007
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Joanna Russ • nonfiction • University of Illinois Press, 2019
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Hugo Awards 2020 — related work — nomination
Locus Awards 2020 — nonfiction — 4th place
Kairos • novel • Unwin Hyman, 1988
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Arthur C. Clarke Award 1989 — shortlist
“The Ki-Anna” • short fiction • Engineering Infinity, 2011
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Locus Awards 2012 — novelette — 26th place
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Life • novel • Aqueduct Press, 2004
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Locus Awards 2005 — sf novel — 27th place
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Midnight Lamp • novel • Gollancz, 2003
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Arthur C. Clarke Award 2004 — shortlist
British SF Association Awards 2004 — novel — nomination
Locus Awards 2004 — fantasy novel — 16th place
North Wind • novel • Gollancz, 1994
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Arthur C. Clarke Award 1995 — shortlist
British SF Association Awards 1995 — novel — nomination
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Phoenix Café • novel • Gollancz, 1997
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“A Planet Called Desire”
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Seven Tales and a Fable • collection • Edgewood, 1995
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World Fantasy Awards 1996 — collection — winner
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Spirit: The Princess of Bois Dormant • novel • Gollancz, 2008
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Arthur C. Clarke Award 2010 — shortlist
“The Tomb Wife ” • short fiction • F&SF Aug 2007
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Nebula Awards 2009 — short story — nomination
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“The Universe of Things” • New Worlds 3, 1993
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The Universe of Things • collection • Aqueduct Press, 2011
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Locus Awards 2012 — collection — 18th place
“The Vicar of Mars” • short fiction • Eclipse Four, 2011
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Locus Awards 2012 — novelette — 25th place
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