Isaac Asimov


science fiction awards database

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“…And Now You Don't” • short fiction • Astounding Nov,Dec 1949,Jan 1950
awards:
Retro Hugo Awards 2001 — novella — nomination
The 13 Crimes of Science Fiction (IA, Martin Harry Greenberg & Charles G. Waugh, eds.) • anthology • Doubleday, 1979
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Locus Awards 1980 — anthology — 14th place
The Asimov Chronicles • collection • Dark Harvest, 1989
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Locus Awards 1990 — collection — 14th place
The Asimov Chronicles: Fifty Years of Isaac Asimov • collection • Dark Harvest, 1989
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The Best of Isaac Asimov • collection • Sidgwick & Jackson, 1973
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“The Bicentennial Man” • short fiction • Stellar #2, 1976
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Hugo Awards 1977 — novelette — winner
Nebula Awards 1977 — novelette — winner
Locus Awards 1977 — novelette — winner
anthologies:
The Bicentennial Man and Other Stories • collection • Doubleday, 1976
awards:
Locus Awards 1977 — author collection — 5th place
“Blind Alley” • Astounding Mar 1945
anthologies:
Buy Jupiter and Other Stories • collection • Doubleday, 1975
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Locus Awards 1976 — single author collection — 13th place
“Christmas Without Rodney” • short fiction • Asimov's mid-Dec 1988
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Asimov's Reader Poll 1989 — short story — 3rd place
“Cleon the Emperor” • short fiction • Asimov's Apr 1992
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Locus Awards 1993 — novella — 4th place
Asimov's Reader Poll 1993 — novella — winner (tie)
HOMer Awards 1993 — novella — nomination
The Complete Robot • collection • Doubleday, 1982
awards:
Locus Awards 1983 — single author collection — 7th place
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The Complete Stories • series, 1990-1992
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“The Consort” • short fiction • Asimov's Apr 1993
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Asimov's Reader Poll 1994 — novella — 3rd place
“The Critic on the Hearth” • short fiction • Asimov's Nov 1992
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Asimov's Reader Poll 1993 — short story — 7th place (tie)
David Starr, Space Ranger • novel • Doubleday, 1952
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“Dead Hand” • short fiction • Astounding Apr 1945
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Retro Hugo Awards 1996 — novella — nomination
The Early Asimov • collection • Doubleday, 1972
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Locus Awards 1973 — reprint anth/collection — 5th place
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“Eyes Do More Than See” • short fiction • F&SF Apr 1965
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Nebula Awards 1966 — short story — nomination
F&SF
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“Forward the Foundation” • short fiction • Asimov's Nov 1991
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Asimov's Reader Poll 1992 — novella — 2nd place (tie)
Forward the Foundation • novel • Doubleday Foundation, 1993
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Locus Awards 1994 — collection — 5th place
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“Foundation” (series)
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Hugo Awards 1966 — all-time series — winner
Foundation and Earth • novel • Doubleday, 1986
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Locus Awards 1987 — sf novel — 5th place
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“Founding Father” • short fiction • Galaxy Oct 1965
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Nebula Awards 1966 — short story — nomination
“Gold” • short fiction • Analog Sep 1991
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Hugo Awards 1992 — novelette — winner
Locus Awards 1992 — novelette — 4th place
Analog Readers Poll 1992 — novella/novelette — 5th place
Gold: The Final Science Fiction Collection • collection • HarperPrism, 1995
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“Homo Sol” • Astounding Sep 1940
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The Hugo Winners, Volume 2 • anthology • Doubleday, 1971
awards:
Locus Awards 1972 — reprint anth/collection — 2nd place
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The Hugo Winners, Volume 4: 1976-1979 • anthology • Doubleday, 1985
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Locus Awards 1986 — anthology — 7th place
The Hugo Winners, Volume 5: 1980-1982 • anthology • Doubleday, 1986
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Locus Awards 1987 — anthology — 7th place
The Hugo Winners, Volumes 1 & 2 • anthology • Nelson Doubleday, 1972
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Locus Awards 1973 — reprint anth/collection — 8th place (tie)
citations:
I, Robot: the Illustrated Screenplay (by Harlan Ellison & IA, illustrated by Mark Zug) • Warner Aspect
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Locus Awards 1995 — art book — 3rd place
In Memory Yet Green • nonfiction • Doubleday, 1979
awards:
Hugo Awards 1980 — nonfiction book — nomination
Locus Awards 1980 — related nonfiction book — 2nd place
Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories: 10 (1948) (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • DAW, 1983
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Locus Awards 1984 — anthology — 10th place
Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories: 11 (1949) (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • DAW, 1984
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Locus Awards 1985 — anthology — 14th place
Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories: 12 (1950) (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • DAW, 1984
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Locus Awards 1985 — anthology — 15th place
Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories: 13 (1951) (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • DAW, 1985
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Locus Awards 1986 — anthology — 14th place
Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories: 14 (1952) (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • DAW, 1986
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Locus Awards 1986 — anthology — 20th place
Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories: 15 (1953) (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • DAW, 1986
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Locus Awards 1987 — anthology — 15th place
Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories: 16 (1954) (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • DAW, 1987
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Locus Awards 1988 — anthology — 13th place
Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories: 18 (1956) (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • DAW, 1988
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Locus Awards 1989 — anthology — 17th place
Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories: 19 (1957) (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • DAW, 1989
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Locus Awards 1990 — anthology — 12th place
Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories: 20 (1958) (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • DAW, 1990
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Locus Awards 1991 — anthology — 12th place
Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories: 21 (1959) (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • DAW, 1990
awards:
Locus Awards 1991 — anthology — 14th place
Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories: 23 (1961) (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • DAW, 1991
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Locus Awards 1992 — anthology — 16th place
Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories: 25 (1963) (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • DAW, 1992
awards:
Locus Awards 1993 — anthology — 15th place
Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories: 5 (1943) (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • DAW, 1981
awards:
Locus Awards 1982 — anthology — 19th place
Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories: 6 (1944) (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • DAW, 1981
awards:
Locus Awards 1982 — anthology — 21st place
Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories: 7 (1945) (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • DAW, 1982
awards:
Locus Awards 1983 — anthology — 14th place
Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories: 8 (1946) (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • DAW, 1982
awards:
Locus Awards 1983 — anthology — 13th place
Isaac Asimov Presents The Great SF Stories: 9 (1947) (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • DAW, 1983
awards:
Locus Awards 1984 — anthology — 11th place
Isaac Asimov’s Collected Short Stories, Vol. 1 • collection • Moby Dick
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Geffen Awards 2010 — sf book — winner
“Kid Brother” • short fiction • Asimov's mid-Dec 1990
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Asimov's Reader Poll 1991 — short story — 7th place
“The Last Answer” • short fiction • Analog Jan 1980
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Locus Awards 1981 — short story — 5th place
anthologies:
“The Life and Times of Multivac” • The New York Times Jan 1975
anthologies:
Machines That Think: The Best Science Fiction Stories About Robots & Computers • anthology • Holt Rinehart Winston, 1984
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The Mammoth Book of Vintage Science Fiction: Short Novels of the 1950s (IA, Martin H. Greenberg & Charles G. Waugh, eds.) • anthology • Robinson, 1990
awards:
Locus Awards 1991 — anthology — 16th place
“The Martian Way” • Galaxy Nov 1952
anthologies:
The Martian Way and Other Stories • collection • Doubleday, 1955
citations:
“More Things in Heaven and Earth” • short fiction • Asimov's Nov 1993
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Asimov's Reader Poll 1994 — short story — 2nd place
“The Mule” • novel • Gnome, 1945
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Retro Hugo Awards 1996 — novel — winner
Nebula Award Stories 8 • anthology • Harper & Row, 1973
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Locus Awards 1974 — reprint anth/collection — 10th place
The New Hugo Winners (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • Baen, 1989
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Locus Awards 1990 — anthology — 14th place
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The New Hugo Winners, Volume II (IA & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.) • anthology • Baen, 1992
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Locus Awards 1992 — anthology — 19th place
The Positronic Man (by IA & Robert Silverberg) • novel • Gollancz, 1992
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Seiun Awards 2001 — foreign novel — nomination
“Potential” • short fiction • Asimov's Apr 1983
awards:
Locus Awards 1984 — short story — 16th place
Prelude to Foundation • novel • Doubleday Foundation, 1988
awards:
Locus Awards 1989 — sf novel — 4th place
citations:
“The Red Queen's Race” • Astounding Jan 1949
anthologies:
The Rest of the Robots • collection • Doubleday, 1964
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“Robbie” • short fiction • Super Science Stories Sep 1940
awards:
Retro Hugo Awards 2016 — short story — winner
anthologies:
“Robot Dreams” • short fiction • Robot Dreams, 1986; Asimov's mid-Dec 1986
awards:
Hugo Awards 1987 — short story — nomination
Nebula Awards 1987 — short story — nomination
Locus Awards 1987 — short story — winner
Asimov's Reader Poll 1987 — short story — winner
Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Poll 1987 — short story — 3rd place (tie)
Seiun Awards 1996 — short story — winner
anthologies:
Robot Dreams • collection • Berkley, 1986
awards:
Locus Awards 1987 — collection — 8th place
citations:
“Robot Visions” • short fiction • Asimov's Apr 1991
awards:
Asimov's Reader Poll 1992 — short story — 3rd place
The Science Fictional Solar System (IA, Martin H. Greenberg & Charles G. Waugh, eds.) • anthology • Harper & Row, 1979
citations:
“—That Thou Art Mindful of Him!” • short fiction • F&SF May 1974
awards:
Hugo Awards 1975 — novelette — nomination
Locus Awards 1975 — novelette — 3rd place
“Waterclap” • If Apr 1970
anthologies:
The Winds of Change and Other Stories • collection • Doubleday, 1983
awards:
Locus Awards 1984 — collection — 12th place
Yours, Isaac Asimov (by IA, edited by Stanley Asimov) • nonfiction • Doubleday, 1995
awards:
Hugo Awards 1996 — nonfiction book — nomination

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