Harlan Ellison


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Awards Summary

Career and Special Awards: 10

Major Awards: 20

Locus Awards: 18

Other Awards: 9

Total Number of Award Wins and Nominations: 145

Times Served as Judge: 3

— Career and Special Awards —
winner

SFWA Grand Master Awardchosen by SF & Fantasy Writers of America officers
winner

World Fantasy Awardsfor Fantasy works; juried, with nominations from World Fantasy Con members
life achievement — winner

Bram Stoker Awardsfor Horror works, voted by Horror Writer's Association professional membership
life achievement — winner

Eaton Awardfor best critical book, to 2001; since 2008, for lifetime achievement, juried
lifetime achievement in science fiction — winner

Forry Awardfor lifetime achievement, presented by the Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society
winner

I-CON Awardfor contributions to SF/F/H, presented by annual convention I-CON
(Julius Schwartz & HE) Gallun Award — winner

International Horror Guild Awardsfor horror works, juried
Living Legend — winner

Milford Awardfor lifetime achievement in publishing or editing
winner

World Horror Grandmasterfor outstanding contributor to the horror genre; voted by World Horror Con members
winner

— Major Awards —
Hugo Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by members of annual World Science Fiction Convention
(25 nominations; 8 wins)

Mefisto In Onyx (Omni Oct 1993; Mark V. Ziesing) — novella — nomination

Harlan Ellison's Watching (Underwood-Miller) — nonfiction book — nomination

“The Function of Dream Sleep” (Midnight Graffiti Jun 1988; Asimov's mid-Dec 1988) — novelette — nomination

The Essential Ellison (Nemo Press) — other forms — nomination

“I, Robot: The Movie” (Asimov's Nov,Dec,mid-Dec 1987) — other forms — nomination

“Paladin of the Lost Hour” (Universe 15; Twilight Zone Dec 1985) — novelette — winner

An Edge in My Voice (Donning) — nonfiction book — nomination

Sleepless Nights in the Procrustean Bed (Borgo Press) — nonfiction book — nomination

“All the Lies that Are My Life” (F&SF Nov 1980; Underwood-Miller) — novella — nomination

“Count the Clock that Tells the Time” (Omni Dec 1978) — short story — nomination

“Jeffty Is Five” (F&SF Jul 1977) — short story — winner

“Croatoan” (F&SF May 1975) — short story — nomination

“Adrift Just Off the Islets of Langerhans: Latitude 38 54' N, Longitude 77 00' 13" W” (F&SF Oct 1974) — novelette — winner

“The Deathbird” (F&SF Mar 1973) — novelette — winner

“Basilisk” (F&SF Aug 1972) — novelette — nomination

“The Region Between” (Galaxy Mar 1970) — novella — nomination

“Brillo” (by Ben Bova & HE) (Analog Aug 1970) — short story — nomination

“A Boy and His Dog” (The Beast that Shouted Love at the Heart of the World) — novella — nomination

“The Beast that Shouted Love at the Heart of the World” (Galaxy Jun 1968) — short story — winner

“Pretty Maggie Moneyeyes” (Knight May 1967) — novelette — nomination

“I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream” (If Mar 1967) — short story — winner

Star Trek: “The City on the Edge of Forever” — dramatic presentation — winner

fan writer — nomination

“Delusions for a Dragon Slayer” (Knight Sep 1966) — short story — nomination

“'Repent, Harlequin!' Said the Ticktockman” (Galaxy Dec 1965) — short fiction — winner

Nebula Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by SF & Fantasy Writers of America professional membership
(17 nominations; 4 wins)

“How Interesting: A Tiny Man” (Realms of Fantasy Feb 2010) — short story — winner (tie)

“Goodbye to All That” (McSweeney's Mammoth Treasury of Thrilling Tales) — short story — nomination

Mefisto In Onyx (Omni Oct 1993; Mark V. Ziesing) — novella — nomination

“The Man Who Rowed Christopher Columbus Ashore” (Omni Jul 1992; World Fantasy Convention Program Book) — short story — nomination

“Paladin of the Lost Hour” (Universe 15; Twilight Zone Dec 1985) — novelette — nomination

“Jeffty Is Five” (F&SF Jul 1977) — short story — winner

“Harlan! Harlan Ellison Reads Harlan Ellison” (recording) — dramatic presentation — nomination

“Shatterday” (Gallery Sep 1975) — short story — nomination

A Boy and His Dog (by L. Q. Jones, screenplay ; based on the work by HE) — dramatic writing — nomination

“The Deathbird” (F&SF Mar 1973) — novelette — nomination

“Basilisk” (F&SF Aug 1972) — novelette — nomination

“On the Downhill Side” (Universe 2) — short story — nomination

“The Region Between” (Galaxy Mar 1970) — novella — nomination

“A Boy and His Dog” (The Beast that Shouted Love at the Heart of the World) — novella — winner

“Shattered Like a Glass Goblin” (Orbit 4) — short story — nomination

“Pretty Maggie Moneyeyes” (Knight May 1967) — novelette — nomination

“'Repent, Harlequin!' Said the Ticktockman” (Galaxy Dec 1965) — short story — winner

World Fantasy Awardsfor Fantasy works; juried, with nominations from World Fantasy Con members
(9 nominations; 2 wins)

The Essential Ellison: A 50-Year Retrospective: Revised and Expanded (HE; Terry Dowling with Richard Delap & Gil Lamont, eds.) (Morpheus International) — collection — nomination

Mefisto in Onyx (Omni Oct 1993; Mark V. Ziesing) — novella — nomination

Harlan Ellison's Watching (Underwood-Miller) — collection — nomination

Angry Candy (Houghton Mifflin) — collection — winner (tie)

Shatterday (Houghton Mifflin) — anthology/collection — nomination

“Jeffty Is Five” (F&SF Jul 1977) — short fiction — nomination

Deathbird Stories (Harper & Row) — collection — nomination

Bram Stoker Awardsfor Horror works, voted by Horror Writer's Association professional membership
(10 nominations; 6 wins)

“From A to Z, In the Sarsaparilla Alphabet” (F&SF Feb 2001) — long fiction — nomination

I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream (audio) (Dove) — other media — winner

“Chatting with Anubis” (Lore #1; Harlan Ellison's Dream Corridor) — short story — winner

Mefisto in Onyx (Omni Oct 1993; Mark V. Ziesing) — novella — winner (tie)

Harlan Ellison's Watching (Underwood-Miller) — nonfiction book — winner (tie)

“The Function of Dream Sleep” (Midnight Graffiti Jun 1988) — novelette — nomination

“She's a Young Thing and Cannot Leave Her Mother” (Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine: Issue One: Fall 1988) — short story — nomination

Angry Candy (Houghton Mifflin) — collection — nomination

The Essential Ellison (Nemo Press) — collection — winner

British Fantasy Awardsfor fantasy works published in the UK, voted by British Fantasy Society members, juried since 2012
(1 nomination; 1 win)

“Jeffty Is Five” (F&SF Jul 1977) — short story — winner

British SF Association Awardsfor SF works published in the UK, voted by British SF Association members
(1 nomination; 1 win)

Deathbird Stories (Harper & Row) — collection — winner

— Locus Awards and Poll —
Locus Awardsfor SF/F/H works, polled by readers of Locus Magazine
(45 nominations; 18 wins)

“Incognita, Inc.” (Hemispheres Jan 2001; Realms of Fantasy Aug 2001) — short story — 3rd place

Slippage (Mark V. Ziesing; Houghton Mifflin) — collection — winner

"Repent Harlequin!" Said the Ticktockman (by HE, illustrated by Rick Berry) (Underwood Books) — art book — 4th place

I, Robot: the Illustrated Screenplay (by HE & Isaac Asimov, illustrated by Mark Zug) (Warner Aspect) — art book — 3rd place

Mind Fields (by HE, text; Jacek Yerka, art) (Morpheus International) — art book — 2nd place

Mefisto in Onyx (Omni Oct 1993; Mark V. Ziesing) — novella — winner

Harlan Ellison's Watching (Underwood-Miller) — nonfiction — 10th place

“The Function of Dream Sleep” (Midnight Graffiti Jun 1988; Asimov's mid-Dec 1988; Angry Candy) — novelette — winner

“Eidolons” (F&SF Jul 1988) — short story — winner

Angry Candy (Houghton Mifflin) — collection — winner

The Essential Ellison (Nemo Press) — collection — 2nd place

“Paladin of the Lost Hour” (Universe 15; Twilight Zone Dec 1985) — novelette — winner

“With Virgil Oddum at the East Pole” (Omni Jan 1985; Medea: Harlan's World) — short story — winner

Medea: Harlan's World (Phantasia; Bantam) — anthology — winner

An Edge in My Voice (Donning) — nonfiction/reference — 9th place

Sleepless Nights in the Procrustean Bed (Borgo Press) — nonfiction/reference — winner

“Djinn, No Chaser” (Twilight Zone Apr 1982) — novelette — winner

Stalking the Nightmare (Phantasia) — single author collection — 3rd place

“On the Slab” (Omni Oct 1981) — short story — 28th place

“All the Lies that Are My Life” (F&SF Nov 1980) — novella — 9th place

Shatterday (Houghton Mifflin) — single author collection — 2nd place

“All the Birds Came Home to Roost” (Playboy Mar 1979) — short story — 19th place

“Count the Clock that Tells the Time” (Omni Dec 1978) — short story — winner

Strange Wine (Harper & Row) — single author collection — 2nd place

“Jeffty Is Five” (F&SF Jul 1977) — short fiction — winner

“From A to Z, In the Chocolate Alphabet” (F&SF Oct 1976) — short story — 11th place

“Seeing” (Andromeda 1) — short story — 6th place

“Croatoan” (F&SF May 1975) — short story — winner

“Shatterday” (Gallery Sep 1975) — short story — 14th place

Deathbird Stories (Harper & Row) — single author collection — 3rd place

“Adrift Just Off the Islets of Langerhans: Latitude 38 54' N, Longitude 77 00' 13" W” (F&SF Oct 1974) — novelette — winner

“Catman” (Final Stage) — novelette — 14th place

“I'm Looking for Kadak” (Wandering Stars) — novelette — 4th place

Approaching Oblivion (Walker) — single author collection — 4th place

critic — 7th place

“The Deathbird” (F&SF Mar 1973) — short fiction — winner

critic — 12th place

“Basilisk” (F&SF Aug 1972) — short fiction — winner

“On the Downhill Side” (Universe 2) — short fiction — 13th place

Again, Dangerous Visions (Doubleday) — original anthology — winner

“The Human Operators” (by HE & A. E. van Vogt) (F&SF Jan 1971) — short fiction — 12th place

Partners In Wonder (Walker) — reprint anth/collection — 7th place

“Brillo” (by Ben Bova & HE) (Analog Aug 1970) — short fiction — 8th place

“The Region Between” (Galaxy Mar 1970; Five Fates) — short fiction — winner

“Runesmith” (by HE & Theodore Sturgeon) (F&SF May 1970) — short fiction — 7th place

— Other Awards —
Analog Readers Pollfor stories, articles, and art published by Analog, polled by readers
(1 nomination)

“The Man Who Was Heavily Into Revenge” (Analog Aug 1978) — short story — 5th place

Asimov's Reader Pollfor stories, poems, and art published by Asimov's, polled by readers
(4 nominations; 1 win)

“The Few, the Proud” (Asimov's Mar 1989) — short story — 8th place

“The Function of Dream Sleep” (Asimov's Jun 1988) — novelette — 4th place

“I, Robot: The Movie” (Asimov's Nov,Dec,mid-Dec 1987) — special award — winner

“Laugh Track” (Asimov's mid-Dec 1986) — short story — 2nd place

Balrog Awardsfor fantasy works, presented an annual FoolsCon in Kansas City
(6 nominations)

Stalking the Nightmare (Phantasia) — collection/anthology — nomination

for writing and encouraging new writers — professional achievement — nomination

“Grail” (Twilight Zone Apr 1981) — short fiction — nomination

for contributions to fantasy literature — professional achievement — nomination

“Jeffty Is Five” (F&SF Jul 1977) — short fiction — nomination

Strange Wine (Harper & Row) — collection/anthology — nomination

Deathrealm Awardsfor horror works, voted by readers of Deathrealm magazine
(1 nomination; 1 win)

“Chatting with Anubis” (Harlan Ellison's Dream Corridor Jun 1995) — short fiction — winner

Ditmar Awardsfor Australian SF/F, voted by members of Australian National SF Convention
(1 nomination)

“The Region Between” (Galaxy Mar 1970) — international sf — nomination

HOMer Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by members of SF/F forum on CompuServe
(1 nomination)

Mefisto in Onyx (Omni Oct 1993) — novella — nomination

Interzone Readers Pollfor stories published in Interzone magazine, polled by readers
(1 nomination)

all-time best sf author — 12th place (tie)

Jupiter Awardsfor SF novels and stories, voted by instructors of SF courses in higher education
(3 nominations; 2 wins)

“Jeffty Is Five” (F&SF Jul 1977) — short story — winner

“Sleeping Dogs” (Analog Oct 1984) — short story — nomination

“The Deathbird” (F&SF Mar 1973) — novelette — winner

Prometheus Awardsfor SF works on libertarian themes, voted by members of the Libertarian Futurist Society
(6 nominations; 1 win)

“'Repent, Harlequin!' said the Ticktockman” — hall of fame — winner

“'Repent, Harlequin!' said the Ticktockman” — hall of fame — nomination

“'Repent, Harlequin!' said the Ticktockman” — hall of fame — nomination

“'Repent, Harlequin!' said the Ticktockman” — hall of fame — nomination

“'Repent, Harlequin!' said the Ticktockman” — hall of fame — nomination

“'Repent, Harlequin!' said the Ticktockman” — hall of fame — nomination

Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Pollfor SF/F works, polled by readers of Science Fiction Chronicle magazine
(1 nomination)

“Paladin of the Lost Hour” (Universe 15; Twilight Zone Dec 1985) — novelette — 3rd place

Seiun Awardsfor SF/F works published in Japan, voted by members of annual Japanese SF Con
(1 nomination)

“The Deathbird” — translated story — nomination

SFWA Awardsfor works and contributions to SF, presented by the SFFWA
(1 nomination; 1 win)

2000X (by HE, host and story editor; Yuri Rasovsky, producer and director; Warren Dewey, sound engineer) — Bradbury Award — winner

Worldcon Special Convention Awardspecial honors presented by the committee of the World SF Convention
(3 nominations; 3 wins)

winner

for Again, Dangerous Visionswinner

for Dangerous Visionswinner


— As Judge —
World Fantasy Awardsfor Fantasy works; juried, with nominations from World Fantasy Con members
 
Spectrum Awardsfor SF/F/H artworks, juried
 



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