Jack McDevitt


science fiction awards database

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Awards Summary

Career and Special Awards: 2

Major Awards: 2

Locus Awards: 1

Other Awards: 5

Total Number of Award Wins and Nominations: 75

Times Served as Judge: 1

— Career and Special Awards —
Phoenix Awardfor lifetime achievement, presented by DeepSouthCon
winner

Robert A. Heinlein Awardfor hard SF inspiring space exploration, presented by the Heinlein Society
winner

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

“Time Travelers Never Die” (Asimov's May 1996) — novella — nomination

“The Fort Moxie Branch” (Full Spectrum) — short story — nomination

Nebula Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by SF & Fantasy Writers of America professional membership
(18 nominations; 1 win)

Coming Home (Ace) — novel — nomination

Firebird (Ace) — novel — nomination

Echo (Ace) — novel — nomination

Cauldron (Ace) — novel — nomination

Odyssey (Ace) — novel — nomination

Seeker (Ace) — novel — winner

“Henry James, This One's for You” (Subterranean #2 2005) — short story — nomination

Polaris (Ace) — novel — nomination

Omega (Ace) — novel — nomination

Chindi (Ace) — novel — nomination

“Nothing Ever Happens in Rock City” (Artemis #5 Summer 2001) — short story — nomination

Infinity Beach (HarperPrism) — novel — nomination

“Good Intentions” (by Stanley Schmidt & JM) (F&SF Jun 1998) — novelette — nomination

Moonfall (HarperPrism) — novel — nomination

Ancient Shores (HarperPrism) — novel — nomination

“Time Travelers Never Die” (Asimov's May 1996) — novella — nomination

“The Fort Moxie Branch” (Full Spectrum) — short story — nomination

“Cryptic” (Asimov's Apr 1983) — short story — nomination

Arthur C. Clarke Awardfor SF novel published in the UK; juried
(1 nomination)

The Engines of God (HarperCollins Voyager) — shortlist

John W. Campbell Memorial Awardfor SF novel published in US or UK; juried
(5 nominations; 1 win)

Odyssey (Ace) — finalist

Seeker (Ace) — finalist

Omega (Ace) — winner

Deepsix (Eos) — finalist

Infinity Beach (HarperPrism) — second place (tie)

Philip K. Dick Awardfor SF original paperback published in the US, juried
(1 nomination)

The Hercules Text (Ace) — special citation

— Locus Awards and Poll —
Locus Awardsfor SF/F/H works, polled by readers of Locus Magazine
(27 nominations; 1 win)

Firebird (Ace) — sf novel — 12th place

Cryptic: The Best Short Fiction of Jack McDevitt (Subterranean) — collection — 13th place

“Lighthouse” (by Michael Shara & JM) (Analog Mar 2006) — short story — 29th place

Outbound (ISFiC) — collection — 12th place

Seeker (Ace) — sf novel — 9th place

Polaris (Ace) — sf novel — 29th place

“The Mission” (Crossroads: Tales of the Southern Literary Fantastic) — short story — 17th place

Omega (Ace) — sf novel — 8th place

Chindi (Ace) — sf novel — 8th place

Deepsix (Eos) — sf novel — 27th place

Infinity Beach (HarperPrism) — sf novel — 29th place

Moonfall (HarperPrism) — sf novel — 26th place

Eternity Road (HarperPrism) — sf novel — 15th place

Standard Candles (Tachyon Publications) — collection — 13th place

The Engines of God (Ace) — sf novel — 11th place

“Blinker” (Analog Mar 1994) — short story — 16th place

“Ships in the Night” (Amazing Stories Oct 1993) — novella — 14th place

A Talent for War (Ace) — sf novel — 12th place

“Sunrise” (Asimov's Mar 1988) — novelette — 20th place

“The Fort Moxie Branch” (Full Spectrum) — short story — 13th place

“Last Contact” (Asimov's Jun 1988) — short story — 16th place

“Dutchman” (Asimov's Feb 1987) — novelette — 29th place

“To Hell with the Stars” (Asimov's Dec 1987) — short story — 11th place

The Hercules Text (Ace) — sf novel — 23rd place

The Hercules Text (Ace) — first novel — winner

“Voice in the Dark” (Asimov's Nov 1986) — novella — 7th place

“Promises to Keep” (Asimov's Dec 1984) — novelette — 16th place

— Other Awards —
Asimov's Reader Pollfor stories, poems, and art published by Asimov's, polled by readers
(5 nominations)

“Never Despair” (Asimov's Apr 1997) — short story — 8th place (tie)

“Time Travelers Never Die” (Asimov's May 1996) — novella — 2nd place

“Auld Lang Boom” (Asimov's Oct 1992) — short story — 7th place (tie)

“To Hell with the Stars” (Asimov's Dec 1987) — short story — 2nd place

“Voice in the Dark” (Asimov's Nov 1986) — novella — 3rd place

HOMer Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by members of SF/F forum on CompuServe
(3 nominations; 1 win)

Moonfall (HarperPrism) — novel — nomination

Eternity Road (HarperPrism) — novel — nomination

“Time Travelers Never Die” (Asimov's May 1996) — novella — winner

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

Seeker — translated long form — nomination

Sidewise Awardsfor works of alternate history, juried
(1 nomination)

The Cassandra Project (by JM & Mike Resnick) (Ace) — long form — nomination

Southeastern SF Achievement Awardsfor SF/F/H works by writers in southeastern US
(6 nominations; 3 wins)

Seeker (Ace) — novel — winner

life achievement — winner

Omega (Ace) — novel — nomination

Chindi (Ace) — novel — nomination

DeepSix (Eos) — novel — winner

life achievement — nomination

UPC Awardfor unpublished novella, open internationally, juried via blind competition
(2 nominations; 1 win)

“Time Travelers Never Die” — special mention — nomination

“Ships in the Night” — winner

WSFA Small Press Awardfor short fiction from small press publications, voted by member of Washington SF Assn
(1 nomination)

“The Cassandra Project” (Lightspeed Jun 2010) — shortlist — nomination


— As Judge —
Endeavour Awardfor best book by a Pacific Northwest writer, juried
 

















































































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