Jay Lake


science fiction awards database

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2014
Last Plane to Heaven • collection • Tor
awards:
Locus Awards 2015 — collection — winner
Endeavour Award 2015winner
METAtropolis: The Wings We Dare Aspire (by JL & Ken Scholes) • collection • WordFire
awards:
Endeavour Award 2015 — finalist
Our Lady of the Islands (by Shannon Page & JL) • novel • Per Aspera Press
awards:
Endeavour Award 2015 — finalist
“West to East” • short fiction • Subterranean Sum 2014
awards:
Locus Awards 2015 — short story — 7th place

2013
“Rock of Ages” • short fiction • METAropolis: Green Space
awards:
Locus Awards 2014 — novella — 6th place

2012
“The Stars Do Not Lie” • short fiction • Asimov's Nov/Dec 2012
awards:
Hugo Awards 2013 — novella — nomination
Nebula Awards 2013 — novella — nomination
Locus Awards 2013 — novella — 2nd place
“The Weight of History, the Lightness of the Future” • short fiction • Subterranean Spr 2012
awards:
Locus Awards 2013 — novella — 12th place

2011
“A Long Walk Home” • short fiction • Subterranean Win 2011
awards:
Locus Awards 2012 — novelette — 11th place

2010
“Human Error” • short fiction • Interzone #226
awards:
Interzone Readers Poll 2011 — story — 9th place
Pinion • novel • Tor
awards:
Sidewise Awards 2011 — long form — nomination
The Sky That Wraps • collection • Subterranean Press
awards:
Locus Awards 2011 — collection — 22nd place

2009
Green • novel • Tor
awards:
Locus Awards 2010 — fantasy novel — 6th place
Madness of Flowers • novel • Night Shade Books
awards:
Locus Awards 2010 — fantasy novel — 14th place
Other Earths (Nick Gevers & JL, eds.) • anthology • DAW
awards:
Locus Awards 2010 — anthology — 18th place

2008
Escapement • novel • Tor
awards:
Locus Awards 2009 — sf novel — 13th place
“The Sky that Wraps the World Round, Past the Blue and Into the Black” • short fiction • Clarkesworld Magazine Mar 2008
awards:
Locus Awards 2009 — short story — 15th place

2007
Locus Awards 2008 — editor — 28th place
“C-Rock City” (by JL & Greg Van Eekhout) • short fiction • The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction
awards:
Locus Awards 2008 — short story — 42nd place
“Crossing the Seven” • short fiction • Logorrhea
awards:
Locus Awards 2008 — novelette — 32nd place
Mainspring • novel • Tor
awards:
Locus Awards 2008 — sf novel — 12th place
Sidewise Awards 2008 — long form — nomination

2006
Locus Awards 2007 — editor — 22nd place
“The American Dead” • short fiction • Interzone #203 Apr 2006
awards:
Locus Awards 2007 — short story — 8th place
Polyphony, Volume 6 (Deborah Layne & JL, eds.) • anthology • Wheatland Press
awards:
Locus Awards 2007 — anthology — 11th place
Trial of Flowers • novel • Night Shade Books
awards:
Locus Awards 2007 — fantasy novel — 15th place

2005
Locus Awards 2006 — editor — 15th place (tie)
“The Canadian Who Came Almost All the Way Home From the Stars” (by JL & Ruth Nestvold) • short fiction • Sci Fiction 28 Sep 2005
awards:
Locus Awards 2006 — novelette — 18th place
“Dark Flowers, Inverse Moon” • short fiction • Asimov's Oct/Nov 2005
awards:
Asimov's Reader Poll 2006 — novelette — 4th place (tie)
Polyphony, Volume 5 (Deborah Layne & JL, eds.) • anthology • Wheatland Press
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2006 — anthology — nomination
Locus Awards 2006 — anthology — 6th place
Rocket Science • novel • Fairwood Press
awards:
Locus Awards 2006 — first novel — 6th place

2004
Locus Awards 2005 — editor — 21st place
All-Star Zeppelin Adventure Stories (David Moles & JL, eds.) • anthology • Wheatland Press
awards:
Locus Awards 2005 — anthology — 6th place
American Sorrows • collection • Wheatland Press
awards:
Locus Awards 2005 — collection — 22nd place
Polyphony, Volume 4 (Deborah Layne & JL, eds.) • anthology • Wheatland Press
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2005 — anthology — nomination
Locus Awards 2005 — anthology — 9th place

2003
World Fantasy Awards 2004 — special award, non-professional — nomination
Greetings from Lake Wu • collection • Wheatland Press
awards:
Locus Awards 2004 — collection — 25th place
“Into the Gardens of Sweet Night” • short fiction • L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume XIX
awards:
Hugo Awards 2004 — novelette — nomination
Writers and Illustrators of the Future 2003 — Writers of the Future 4th quarter — First Place
Polyphony, Volume 2 (Deborah Layne & JL, eds.) • anthology • Wheatland Press
awards:
Locus Awards 2004 — anthology — 15th place

2002
Polyphony, Volume 1 (Deborah Layne & JL, eds.) • anthology • Wheatland Press
awards:
Locus Awards 2003 — anthology — 11th place



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