Harlan Ellison


science fiction awards database

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2000X (by HE, host and story editor; Yuri Rasovsky, producer and director; Warren Dewey, sound engineer)
awards:
SFWA Awards 2001 — Bradbury Award — winner
“Adrift Just Off the Islets of Langerhans: Latitude 38 54' N, Longitude 77 00' 13" W” • short fiction • F&SF Oct 1974
awards:
Hugo Awards 1975 — novelette — winner
Locus Awards 1975 — novelette — winner
“All the Birds Came Home to Roost” • short fiction • Playboy Mar 1979
awards:
Locus Awards 1980 — short story — 19th place
“All the Lies that Are My Life” • short fiction • F&SF Nov 1980; Underwood-Miller
awards:
Hugo Awards 1981 — novella — nomination
Locus Awards 1981 — novella — 9th place
All the Sounds of Fear • collection • Panther, 1973
citations:
Angry Candy • collection • Houghton Mifflin, 1988
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 1989 — collection — winner (tie)
Bram Stoker Awards 1989 — collection — nomination
Locus Awards 1989 — collection — winner
citations:
Approaching Oblivion • collection • Walker, 1974
awards:
Locus Awards 1975 — single author collection — 4th place
citations:
“At the Mouse Circus” • New Dimensions I, 1971
anthologies:
“Basilisk” • short fiction • F&SF Aug 1972
awards:
Hugo Awards 1973 — novelette — nomination
Nebula Awards 1973 — novelette — nomination
Locus Awards 1973 — short fiction — winner
“The Beast that Shouted Love at the Heart of the World” • short fiction • Galaxy Jun 1968
awards:
Hugo Awards 1969 — short story — winner
“A Boy and His Dog” • short fiction • The Beast that Shouted Love at the Heart of the World, 1969
awards:
Hugo Awards 1970 — novella — nomination
Nebula Awards 1970 — novella — winner
Nebula Awards 1976 — dramatic writing — nomination
anthologies:
“Brillo” (by Ben Bova & HE) • short fiction • Analog Aug 1970
awards:
Hugo Awards 1971 — short story — nomination
Locus Awards 1971 — short fiction — 8th place
“Catman” • short fiction • Final Stage, 1974
awards:
Locus Awards 1975 — novelette — 14th place
“Chatting with Anubis” • short fiction • Lore #1; Harlan Ellison's Dream Corridor
awards:
Bram Stoker Awards 1996 — short story — winner
Deathrealm Awards 1996 — short fiction — winner
“Count the Clock that Tells the Time” • short fiction • Omni Dec 1978
awards:
Hugo Awards 1979 — short story — nomination
Locus Awards 1979 — short story — winner
anthologies:
“Croatoan” • short fiction • F&SF May 1975
awards:
Hugo Awards 1976 — short story — nomination
Locus Awards 1976 — short story — winner
anthologies:
“The Deathbird” • short fiction • F&SF Mar 1973
awards:
Hugo Awards 1974 — novelette — winner
Nebula Awards 1974 — novelette — nomination
Locus Awards 1974 — short fiction — winner
Jupiter Awards 1974 — novelette — winner
Seiun Awards 2017 — translated story — nomination
anthologies:
“Delusions for a Dragon Slayer” • short fiction • Knight Sep 1966
awards:
Hugo Awards 1967 — short story — nomination
“Djinn, No Chaser” • short fiction • Twilight Zone Apr 1982
awards:
Locus Awards 1983 — novelette — winner
An Edge in My Voice • collection • Donning, 1985
awards:
Hugo Awards 1986 — nonfiction book — nomination
Locus Awards 1986 — nonfiction/reference — 9th place
“Eidolons” • short fiction • F&SF Jul 1988
awards:
Locus Awards 1989 — short story — winner
The Essential Ellison • collection • The Nemo Press, 1987
awards:
Hugo Awards 1988 — other forms — nomination
Bram Stoker Awards 1988 — collection — winner
Locus Awards 1988 — collection — 2nd place
The Essential Ellison: A 50-Year Retrospective: Revised and Expanded (HE; Terry Dowling with Richard Delap & Gil Lamont, eds.) • collection • Morpheus International, 2001
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2002 — collection — nomination
citations:
The Fantasies of Harlan Ellison • collection • Gregg Press, 1979
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“The Few, the Proud” • short fiction • Asimov's Mar 1989
awards:
Asimov's Reader Poll 1990 — short story — 8th place
“From A to Z, In the Chocolate Alphabet” • short fiction • F&SF Oct 1976
awards:
Locus Awards 1977 — short story — 11th place
“From A to Z, In the Sarsaparilla Alphabet” • short fiction • F&SF Feb 2001
awards:
Bram Stoker Awards 2002 — long fiction — nomination
From the Land of Fear • collection • Belmont , 1967
citations:
“The Function of Dream Sleep” • short fiction • Midnight Graffiti Jun 1988; Asimov's mid-Dec 1988
awards:
Hugo Awards 1989 — novelette — nomination
Bram Stoker Awards 1989 — novelette — nomination
Locus Awards 1989 — novelette — winner
Asimov's Reader Poll 1989 — novelette — 4th place
“Goodbye to All That” • short fiction • McSweeney's Mammoth Treasury of Thrilling Tales, 2003
awards:
Nebula Awards 2004 — short story — nomination
“Grail” • short fiction • Twilight Zone Apr 1981
awards:
Balrog Awards 1982 — short fiction — nomination
Harlan Ellison's Watching • collection • Underwood Miller, 1989
awards:
Hugo Awards 1990 — nonfiction book — nomination
World Fantasy Awards 1990 — collection — nomination
Bram Stoker Awards 1990 — nonfiction book — winner (tie)
Locus Awards 1990 — nonfiction — 10th place
“Harlan! Harlan Ellison Reads Harlan Ellison” (recording) • short fiction
awards:
Nebula Awards 1977 — dramatic presentation — nomination
“How Interesting: A Tiny Man” • short fiction • Realms of Fantasy Feb 2010
awards:
Nebula Awards 2011 — short story — winner (tie)
“The Human Operators” (by HE & A. E. van Vogt) • short fiction • F&SF Jan 1971
awards:
Locus Awards 1972 — short fiction — 12th place
anthologies:
I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream (audio) • Dove
awards:
Bram Stoker Awards 2000 — other media — winner
I, Robot: the Illustrated Screenplay (by HE & Isaac Asimov, illustrated by Mark Zug) • Warner Aspect
awards:
Locus Awards 1995 — art book — 3rd place
“I, Robot: The Movie” • short fiction • Asimov's Nov,Dec,mid-Dec 1987
awards:
Hugo Awards 1988 — other forms — nomination
Asimov's Reader Poll 1988 — special award — winner
“I'm Looking for Kadak” • short fiction • Wandering Stars, 1974
awards:
Locus Awards 1975 — novelette — 4th place
“Incognita, Inc.” • short fiction • Hemispheres Jan 2001; Realms of Fantasy Aug 2001
awards:
Locus Awards 2002 — short story — 3rd place
“Jeffty Is Five” • short fiction • F&SF Jul 1977
awards:
Hugo Awards 1978 — short story — winner
Nebula Awards 1978 — short story — winner
World Fantasy Awards 1978 — short fiction — nomination
British Fantasy Awards 1979 — short story — winner
Locus Awards 1978 — short fiction — winner
Balrog Awards 1979 — short fiction — nomination
Jupiter Awards 1978 — short story — winner
anthologies:
“Laugh Track” • short fiction • Asimov's mid-Dec 1986
awards:
Asimov's Reader Poll 1987 — short story — 2nd place
“The Man Who Rowed Christopher Columbus Ashore” • short fiction • Omni Jul 1992; World Fantasy Convention Program Book
awards:
Nebula Awards 1994 — short story — nomination
“The Man Who Was Heavily Into Revenge” • short fiction • Analog Aug 1978
awards:
Analog Readers Poll 1979 — short story — 5th place
Medea: Harlan's World • anthology • Phantasia Press, 1985
awards:
Locus Awards 1986 — anthology — winner
Mefisto In Onyx • novella • Ziesing, 1993
awards:
Hugo Awards 1994 — novella — nomination
Nebula Awards 1995 — novella — nomination
World Fantasy Awards 1994 — novella — nomination
Bram Stoker Awards 1994 — novella — winner (tie)
Locus Awards 1994 — novella — winner
HOMer Awards 1994 — novella — nomination
Mind Fields (by HE, text; Jacek Yerka, art) • art book • Morpheus, 1994
awards:
Locus Awards 1995 — art book — 2nd place
No Doors, No Windows • collection • Pyramid, 1975
citations:
“On the Downhill Side” • short fiction • Universe 2, 1972
awards:
Nebula Awards 1973 — short story — nomination
Locus Awards 1973 — short fiction — 13th place
“On the Slab” • short fiction • Omni Oct 1981
awards:
Locus Awards 1982 — short story — 28th place
Paingod and Other Delusions • collection • Pyramid , 1965
citations:
“Paladin of the Lost Hour” • short fiction • Universe 15, 1985; Twilight Zone Dec 1985
awards:
Hugo Awards 1986 — novelette — winner
Nebula Awards 1986 — novelette — nomination
Locus Awards 1986 — novelette — winner
Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Poll 1986 — novelette — 3rd place
Partners In Wonder • collection • Walker , 1971
awards:
Locus Awards 1972 — reprint anth/collection — 7th place
Phoenix without Ashes (by Edward Bryant & HE) • novel • Fawcett, 1975
citations:
“Pretty Maggie Moneyeyes” • short fiction • Knight May 1967
awards:
Hugo Awards 1968 — novelette — nomination
Nebula Awards 1968 — novelette — nomination
anthologies:
“The Region Between” • short fiction • Galaxy Mar 1970
awards:
Hugo Awards 1971 — novella — nomination
Nebula Awards 1971 — novella — nomination
Locus Awards 1971 — short fiction — winner
Ditmar Awards 1971 — international sf — nomination
"Repent Harlequin!" Said the Ticktockman (by HE, illustrated by Rick Berry) • Underwood Books
awards:
Locus Awards 1998 — art book — 4th place
“'Repent, Harlequin!' Said the Ticktockman” • short fiction • Galaxy Dec 1965
awards:
Hugo Awards 1966 — short fiction — winner
Nebula Awards 1966 — short story — winner
Prometheus Awards 2010 — hall of fame — nomination
Prometheus Awards 2011 — hall of fame — nomination
Prometheus Awards 2012 — hall of fame — nomination
Prometheus Awards 2013 — hall of fame — nomination
Prometheus Awards 2014 — hall of fame — nomination
Prometheus Awards 2015 — hall of fame — winner
anthologies:
“"Repent, Harlequin!" Said the Ticktockman” • Galaxy Dec 1965
anthologies:
“Runesmith” (by HE & Theodore Sturgeon) • short fiction • F&SF May 1970
awards:
Locus Awards 1971 — short fiction — 7th place
“Seeing” • short fiction • Andromeda 1, 1976
awards:
Locus Awards 1977 — short story — 6th place
anthologies:
“Shatterday” • short fiction • Gallery Sep 1975
awards:
Nebula Awards 1976 — short story — nomination
Locus Awards 1976 — short story — 14th place
“Shattered Like a Glass Goblin” • short fiction • Orbit 4, 1968
awards:
Nebula Awards 1970 — short story — nomination
“She's a Young Thing and Cannot Leave Her Mother” • short fiction • Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine: Issue One: Fall 1988, 1988
awards:
Bram Stoker Awards 1989 — short story — nomination
“Sleeping Dogs” • short fiction • Analog Oct 1984
awards:
Jupiter Awards 1975 — short story — nomination
Slippage • collection • Mark V. Ziesing, 1997
awards:
Locus Awards 1998 — collection — winner
citations:
Stalking the Nightmare • collection • Phantasia, 1982
awards:
Locus Awards 1983 — single author collection — 3rd place
Balrog Awards 1983 — collection/anthology — nomination
Star Trek: “The City on the Edge of Forever”
awards:
Hugo Awards 1968 — dramatic presentation — winner
“Strange Wine” • Amazing Jun 1976
anthologies:
Strange Wine • collection • Harper & Row, 1978
awards:
Locus Awards 1979 — single author collection — 2nd place
Balrog Awards 1979 — collection/anthology — nomination
citations:
The Time of the Eye • collection • Panther, 1974
citations:
“The Whimper of Whipped Dogs” • Bad Moon Rising, 1973
anthologies:
“With Virgil Oddum at the East Pole” • short fiction • Omni Jan 1985; Medea: Harlan's World
awards:
Locus Awards 1986 — short story — winner

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