James Tiptree, Jr.


science fiction awards database

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— also known as Raccoona Sheldon
— pseudonym for Alice B. Sheldon—
“And I Awoke and Found Me Here on the Cold Hill's Side” • short fiction • F&SF Mar 1972
awards:
Hugo Awards 1973 — short story — nomination
Nebula Awards 1973 — short story — nomination
Locus Awards 1973 — short fiction — 4th place
anthologies:
“Backward, Turn Backward” • short fiction • Synergy: New Science Fiction, Number 2, 1988
awards:
Locus Awards 1989 — novella — 11th place
Seiun Awards 2017 — translated story — winner (tie)
“Beam Us Home” • Galaxy Apr 1969
anthologies:
“Beyond the Dead Reef” • short fiction • F&SF Jan 1983
awards:
Locus Awards 1984 — short story — winner
anthologies:
“The Boy Who Waterskied to Forever” • short fiction • F&SF Oct 1982
awards:
Hugo Awards 1983 — short story — nomination
Locus Awards 1983 — short story — 2nd place
Brightness Falls from the Air • novel • Tor, 1985
awards:
Locus Awards 1986 — sf novel — 8th place
Seiun Awards 2008 — translated long form — winner
citations:
Byte Beautiful • collection • Doubleday, 1985
awards:
Locus Awards 1986 — collection — 12th place
“Collision” • short fiction • Asimov's May 1986; The Starry Rift
awards:
Locus Awards 1987 — novella — 5th place
“The Color of Neanderthal Eyes” • short fiction • F&SF May 1988
awards:
Locus Awards 1989 — novella — 5th place
“Come Live with Me” • short fiction • Crown of Stars, 1988
awards:
Hayakawa's SF Magazine Reader's Award 1997 — foreign short story — winner
Seiun Awards 1998 — foreign short fiction — nomination
Crown of Stars • collection • Tor, 1988
awards:
Locus Awards 1989 — collection — 2nd place
citations:
“The Earth Doth Like a Snake Renew” • short fiction • Asimov's May 1988
awards:
Locus Awards 1989 — novelette — 6th place
Asimov's Reader Poll 1989 — novelette — 8th place
“The Girl Who Was Plugged In” • short fiction • New Dimensions 3, 1973
awards:
Hugo Awards 1974 — novella — winner
Nebula Awards 1974 — novelette — nomination
Locus Awards 1974 — short fiction — 4th place
Jupiter Awards 1974 — novelette — nomination
anthologies:
“Good Night, Sweethearts” • short fiction • F&SF Mar 1986
awards:
Locus Awards 1987 — novella — 8th place
“Her Smoke Rose Up Forever” • Final Stage, 1974
anthologies:
“I'll Be Waiting for You When the Swimming Pool Is Empty” • Protostars, 1971
anthologies:
“In Midst of Life” • short fiction • F&SF Nov 1987
awards:
Locus Awards 1988 — short story — 4th place
“The Last Flight of Dr. Ain” • short fiction • Galaxy Mar 1969
awards:
Nebula Awards 1970 — short story — nomination
anthologies:
“Lirios: A Tale of the Quintana Roo” • short fiction • Asimov's 28 Sep 1981
awards:
Nebula Awards 1982 — novelette — nomination
Locus Awards 1982 — novelette — 9th place
anthologies:
“Love Is the Plan the Plan Is Death” • short fiction • The Alien Condition, 1973
awards:
Hugo Awards 1974 — novelette — nomination
Nebula Awards 1974 — short story — winner
Locus Awards 1974 — short fiction — 3rd place
anthologies:
“The Milk of Paradise” • short fiction • Again, Dangerous Visions, 1972
awards:
Locus Awards 1973 — short fiction — 18th place (tie)
“A Momentary Taste of Being” • short fiction • The New Atlantis, 1975
awards:
Nebula Awards 1976 — novella — nomination
Locus Awards 1976 — novella — 7th place
“The Only Neat Thing to Do” • short fiction • F&SF Oct 1985
awards:
Hugo Awards 1986 — novella — nomination
Nebula Awards 1986 — novella — nomination
Locus Awards 1986 — novella — winner
Seiun Awards 1988 — foreign short fiction — winner
anthologies:
“Out of the Everywhere” • short fiction • Out of the Everywhere, and Other Extraordinary Visions, 1981
awards:
Locus Awards 1982 — novelette — 5th place
Seiun Awards 2000 — overseas short fiction — winner
anthologies:
Out of the Everywhere, and Other Extraordinary Visions • collection • Del Rey, 1981
awards:
Locus Awards 1982 — single author collection — 6th place
citations:
“The Psychologist Who Wouldn't Do Awful Things to Rats” • short fiction • New Dimensions 6, 1976
awards:
Locus Awards 1977 — novelette — 6th place
anthologies:
“The Screwfly Solution” (as by Raccoona Sheldon) • short fiction • Analog Jun 1977
awards:
Hugo Awards 1978 — novelette — nomination
Nebula Awards 1978 — novelette — winner
Locus Awards 1978 — short fiction — 2nd place
“Second Going” • short fiction • Universe 17, 1987
awards:
Locus Awards 1988 — novelette — 23rd place
anthologies:
“The Snows Are Melted, The Snows Are Gone” • Venture Nov 1969
anthologies:
The Starry Rift • collection • Tor, 1986
awards:
Locus Awards 1987 — collection — 12th place
citations:
Tales of the Quintana Roo • collection • Arkham House, 1986
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 1987 — collection/anthology — winner
Locus Awards 1987 — collection — 16th place
“This Neat Sheet” • short fiction • Asimov's Oct/Nov 1996
awards:
Asimov's Reader Poll 1997 — poem — 2nd place (tie)
“Time-Sharing Angel” • short fiction • F&SF Oct 1977
awards:
Hugo Awards 1978 — short story — nomination
“We Who Stole the Dream” • Stellar, 1978
anthologies:
“With Delicate Mad Hands” • short fiction • Out of the Everywhere, and Other Extraordinary Visions, 1981
awards:
Locus Awards 1982 — novella — 5th place
Hayakawa's SF Magazine Reader's Award 1993 — foreign short story — winner
“Yanqui Doodle” • short fiction • Asimov's Jul 1987
awards:
Locus Awards 1988 — novelette — 13th place
Asimov's Reader Poll 1988 — novelette — 2nd place
“Your Haploid Heart” • Analog Sep 1969
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