James Tiptree, Jr.


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— also known as Raccoona Sheldon
— pseudonym for Alice B. Sheldon—

Awards Summary

Career and Special Awards: 1

Major Awards: 6

Locus Awards: 2

Other Awards: 8

Total Number of Award Wins and Nominations: 71

— Career and Special Awards —
winner

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

“The Only Neat Thing to Do” (F&SF Oct 1985) — novella — nomination

“The Boy Who Waterskied to Forever” (F&SF Oct 1982) — short story — nomination

Up the Walls of the World (Berkley/Putnam) — novel — nomination

“The Screwfly Solution” (as by Raccoona Sheldon) (Analog Jun 1977) — novelette — nomination

“Time-Sharing Angel” (F&SF Oct 1977) — short story — nomination

“Houston, Houston, Do You Read?” (Aurora: Beyond Equality) — novella — winner (tie)

“The Girl Who Was Plugged In” (New Dimensions 3) — novella — winner

“Love Is the Plan the Plan Is Death” (The Alien Condition) — novelette — nomination

“Painwise” (F&SF Feb 1972) — novelette — nomination

“And I Awoke and Found Me Here on the Cold Hill's Side” (F&SF Mar 1972) — short story — nomination

Nebula Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by SF & Fantasy Writers of America professional membership
(9 nominations; 3 wins)

“The Only Neat Thing to Do” (F&SF Oct 1985) — novella — nomination

“Lirios: A Tale of the Quintana Roo” (Asimov's 28 Sep 1981) — novelette — nomination

“The Screwfly Solution” (as by Raccoona Sheldon) (Analog Jun 1977) — novelette — winner

“Houston, Houston, Do You Read?” (Aurora: Beyond Equality) — novella — winner

“A Momentary Taste of Being” (The New Atlantis) — novella — nomination

“The Girl Who Was Plugged In” (New Dimensions 3) — novelette — nomination

“Love Is the Plan the Plan Is Death” (The Alien Condition) — short story — winner

“And I Awoke and Found Me Here on the Cold Hill's Side” (F&SF Mar 1972) — short story — nomination

“The Last Flight of Dr. Ain” (Galaxy Mar 1969) — short story — nomination

World Fantasy Awardsfor Fantasy works; juried, with nominations from World Fantasy Con members
(1 nomination; 1 win)

Tales of the Quintana Roo (Arkham House) — collection/anthology — winner

— Locus Awards and Poll —
Locus Awardsfor SF/F/H works, polled by readers of Locus Magazine
(35 nominations; 2 wins)

Her Smoke Rose Up Forever (Arkham House) — collection — 2nd place

“Backward, Turn Backward” (Synergy: New Science Fiction, Number 2) — novella — 11th place

“The Color of Neanderthal Eyes” (F&SF May 1988) — novella — 5th place

“The Earth Doth Like a Snake Renew” (Asimov's May 1988) — novelette — 6th place

Crown of Stars (Tor) — collection — 2nd place

“Second Going” (Universe 17) — novelette — 23rd place

“Yanqui Doodle” (Asimov's Jul 1987) — novelette — 13th place

“In Midst of Life” (F&SF Nov 1987) — short story — 4th place

“Collision” (Asimov's May 1986; The Starry Rift) — novella — 5th place

“Good Night, Sweethearts” (F&SF Mar 1986) — novella — 8th place

The Starry Rift (Tor) — collection — 12th place

Tales of the Quintana Roo (Arkham House) — collection — 16th place

Brightness Falls from the Air (Tor) — sf novel — 8th place

“The Only Neat Thing to Do” (F&SF Oct 1985) — novella — winner

Byte Beautiful (Doubleday) — collection — 12th place

“Beyond the Dead Reef” (F&SF Jan 1983) — short story — winner

“The Boy Who Waterskied to Forever” (F&SF Oct 1982) — short story — 2nd place

“With Delicate Mad Hands” (Out of the Everywhere, and Other Extraordinary Visions) — novella — 5th place

“Lirios: A Tale of the Quintana Roo” (Asimov's 28 Sep 1981) — novelette — 9th place

“Out of the Everywhere” (Out of the Everywhere, and Other Extraordinary Visions) — novelette — 5th place

Out of the Everywhere, and Other Extraordinary Visions (Ballantine Del Rey) — single author collection — 6th place

“Slow Music” (Interfaces) — novella — 7th place

Up the Walls of the World (Berkley/Putnam) — novel — 12th place

“The Screwfly Solution” (as by Raccoona Sheldon) (Analog Jun 1977) — short fiction — 2nd place

“Houston, Houston, Do You Read?” (Aurora: Beyond Equality) — novella — 3rd place

“The Psychologist Who Wouldn't Do Awful Things to Rats” (New Dimensions 6) — novelette — 6th place

“A Momentary Taste of Being” (The New Atlantis) — novella — 7th place

Warm Worlds and Otherwise (Ballantine) — single author collection — 5th place

“The Girl Who Was Plugged In” (New Dimensions 3) — short fiction — 4th place

“Love Is the Plan the Plan Is Death” (The Alien Condition) — short fiction — 3rd place

“The Women Men Don't See” (F&SF Dec 1973) — short fiction — 18th place

Ten Thousand Light-Years from Home (Ace) — reprint anth/collection — 4th place

“And I Awoke and Found Me Here on the Cold Hill's Side” (F&SF Mar 1972) — short fiction — 4th place

“The Milk of Paradise” (Again, Dangerous Visions) — short fiction — 18th place (tie)

“Painwise” (F&SF Feb 1972) — short fiction — 8th place

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

“This Neat Sheet” (Asimov's Oct/Nov 1996) — poem — 2nd place (tie)

“The Earth Doth Like a Snake Renew” (Asimov's May 1988) — novelette — 8th place

“Yanqui Doodle” (Asimov's Jul 1987) — novelette — 2nd place

Hayakawa's SF Magazine Reader's Awardfor short fiction published in Japan's Hayakawa's SF Magazine, voted by readers
(2 nominations; 2 wins)

“Come Live with Me” — foreign short story — winner

“With Delicate Mad Hands” — foreign short story — winner

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

all-time best sf author — 38th place (tie)

Jupiter Awardsfor SF novels and stories, voted by instructors of SF courses in higher education
(3 nominations; 1 win)

“Houston, Houston, Do You Read?” (Aurora: Beyond Equality) — novella — winner

“The Women Men Don't See” (F&SF Dec 1973) — novelette — nomination

“The Girl Who Was Plugged In” (New Dimensions 3) — novelette — nomination

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

“The Only Neat Thing to Do” (F&SF Oct 1985) — novella — winner

Seiun Awardsfor SF/F works published in Japan, voted by members of annual Japanese SF Con
(5 nominations; 4 wins)

“Backward, Turn Backward” — translated story — winner (tie)

Brightness Falls from the Air — translated long form — winner

“Out of the Everywhere” — overseas short fiction — winner

“Come Live with Me” — foreign short fiction — nomination

“The Only Neat Thing to Do” — foreign short fiction — winner



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