Jeff VanderMeer


science fiction awards database

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2018
Locus Awards 2019 — editor — 7th place

2017
Locus Awards 2018 — editor — 6th place
Borne • novel • Macmillan/MCD
awards:
Arthur C. Clarke Award 2018 — shortlist
Locus Awards 2018 — sf novel — 6th place

2016
Locus Awards 2017 — editor — 5th place
The Big Book of Science Fiction (Ann VanderMeer & JV, eds.) • anthology • Random House/Vintage
awards:
Locus Awards 2017 — anthology — winner
“Introduction” (by Ann VanderMeer & JV) • short fiction • The Big Book of Science Fiction
awards:
British SF Association Awards 2017 — nonfiction — nomination

2015
“From Annihilation to Acceptance: A Writer's Surreal Journey” • short fiction • The Atlantic Jan 2015
awards:
British SF Association Awards 2016 — nonfiction — nomination

2014
Locus Awards 2015 — editor — 3rd place
Annihilation • novel • Farrar Straus Giroux/FSG Originals
awards:
Nebula Awards 2015 — novel — winner
Shirley Jackson Awards 2015 — novel — winner
citations:
Annihilation/Authority/Acceptance • novel • Farrar Straus Giroux/FSG Originals
awards:
Locus Awards 2015 — sf novel — 3rd place
Area X (The Southern Reach Trilogy: Annihilation; Authority; Acceptance) • novel • Farrar Straus Giroux/FSG Originals
awards:
Area X: The Southern Reach Trilogy • novel • Farrar Straus Giroux/FSG Originals
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2015 — novel — nomination
Area X: The Southern Reach Trilogy • omnibus • Farrar Straus Giroux/FSG Originals, 2014
citations:
The Time Traveler's Almanac (Ann VanderMeer & JV, eds.) • anthology • Head of Zeus
awards:
Locus Awards 2015 — anthology — 2nd place

2013
World Fantasy Awards 2014 — special award, professional — nomination
Locus Awards 2014 — editor — 4th place
Wonderbook • nonfiction • Abrams Image
awards:
British SF Association Awards 2014 — nonfiction — winner
Wonderbook: The Illustrated Guide to Creating Imaginative Fiction (by JV, with Jeremy Zerfoss) • nonfiction • Abrams Image
awards:
Hugo Awards 2014 — related work — nomination
Locus Awards 2014 — non-fiction — winner

2012
Locus Awards 2013 — editor — 5th place
(by Adam Mills, Ann VanderMeer & JV), for Weird Fiction Review
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2013 — special award, professional — nomination

2011
Locus Awards 2012 — editor — 4th place
(by JV & S. J. Chambers), for The Steampunk Bible
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2012 — special award, professional — nomination
The Steampunk Bible: An Illustrated Guide to the World of Imaginary Airships, Corsets and Goggles, Mad Scientists, and Strange Literature (by JV & S. J. Chambers) • nonfiction • Abrams Image
awards:
Hugo Awards 2012 — related work — nomination
The Thackery T. Lambshead Cabinet of Curiosities (Ann VanderMeer & JV, eds.) • anthology • Harper Voyager
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2012 — anthology — nomination
Shirley Jackson Awards 2012 — anthology — nomination
Locus Awards 2012 — anthology — 7th place
The Weird (Ann VanderMeer & JV, eds.) • anthology • Corvus
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2012 — anthology — winner
The Weird (Ann VanderMeer & JV, eds.) • Corvus
awards:
British Fantasy Awards 2012 — anthology — winner
Locus Awards 2012 — anthology — 6th place

2010
Locus Awards 2011 — editor — 8th place
The Third Bear • collection • Tachyon Publications
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2011 — collection — nomination
Shirley Jackson Awards 2011 — collection — nomination
Locus Awards 2011 — collection — 14th place

2009
Locus Awards 2010 — editor — 6th place
Best American Fantasy (Ann VanderMeer & JV, eds.) • anthology • Prime Books
awards:
Locus Awards 2010 — anthology — 12th place
Finch • novel • Underland Press
awards:
Nebula Awards 2010 — novel — nomination
World Fantasy Awards 2010 — novel — nomination
Locus Awards 2010 — fantasy novel — 5th place
SF Site Readers Poll 2010 — sf/fantasy book — 7th place (tie)

2008
Locus Awards 2009 — editor — 8th place
Fast Ships, Black Sails (Ann VanderMeer & JV, eds.) • anthology • Night Shade Books
awards:
Shirley Jackson Awards 2009 — anthology — nomination
Locus Awards 2009 — anthology — 7th place
The New Weird (Ann VanderMeer & JV, eds.) • anthology • Tachyon Publications
awards:
Locus Awards 2009 — anthology — 11th place
The Situation • novel • PS Publishing
awards:
Shirley Jackson Awards 2009 — novelette — nomination
Steampunk (Ann VanderMeer & JV, eds.) • anthology • Tachyon Publications
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2009 — anthology — nomination
Locus Awards 2009 — anthology — 8th place

2007
Locus Awards 2008 — editor — 11th place
“The Surgeon's Tale” (by JV & Cat Rambo) • short fiction • Subterranean Win 2007
awards:
Locus Awards 2008 — novelette — 21st place
“The Third Bear” • short fiction • Clarkesworld Magazine Apr 2007
awards:
Shirley Jackson Awards 2008 — short story — nomination
Locus Awards 2008 — short story — 12th place
WSFA Small Press Award 2008 — shortlist — nomination

2006
Locus Awards 2007 — editor — 14th place
“The Secret Paths of Rajan Khanna” • short fiction • Paraspheres: Fabulist and New Wave Fabulist Stories
awards:
Locus Awards 2007 — short story — 14th place
Shriek: An Afterword • novel • Macmillan/Tor UK
awards:
Locus Awards 2007 — fantasy novel — 6th place
citations:

2005
Locus Awards 2006 — editor — 20th place
“The Farmer's Cat” • short fiction • Polyphony, Volume 5
awards:
Locus Awards 2006 — short story — 12th place (tie)
anthologies:

2004
Locus Awards 2005 — editor — 14th place
Secret Life • collection • Golden Gryphon Press
awards:
Locus Awards 2005 — collection — 6th place
“Three Days in a Border Town” • short fiction • Polyphony, Volume 4
awards:
Locus Awards 2005 — novelette — 4th place
anthologies:

2003
Locus Awards 2004 — editor — 11th place
Album Zutique #1 • anthology • Ministry of Whimsy Press
awards:
Locus Awards 2004 — anthology — 12th place (tie)
The Thackery T. Lambshead Pocket Guide to Eccentric & Discredited Diseases (JV & Mark Roberts, eds.) • anthology • Night Shade Books
awards:
Hugo Awards 2004 — related book — nomination
World Fantasy Awards 2004 — anthology — nomination
British Fantasy Awards 2004 — anthology — nomination
British Fantasy Awards 2005 — anthology — nomination
International Horror Guild Awards 2004 — anthology — nomination
Veniss Underground • novel • Prime Books
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2004 — novel — nomination
Bram Stoker Awards 2004 — first novel — nomination
Locus Awards 2004 — first novel — 2nd place
International Horror Guild Awards 2004 — first novel — nomination
SF Site Readers Poll 2004 — sf/fantasy book — 2nd place
Southeastern SF Achievement Awards 2004 — novel — nomination
citations:

2002
“The Cage” • short fiction • City of Saints and Madmen: The Book of Ambergris [revised]
awards:
Southeastern SF Achievement Awards 2003 — short fiction — nomination
City of Saints and Madmen • collection • Prime
awards:
SF Site Readers Poll 2003 — sf/fantasy book — 3rd place
City of Saints and Madmen: The Book of Ambergris [revised] • collection • Prime
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2003 — collection — nomination
Leviathan, Volume Three (JV & Forrest Aguirre, eds.) • anthology • Ministry of Whimsy
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2003 — anthology — winner (tie)
Philip K. Dick Award 2003 — finalist
Locus Awards 2003 — anthology — 8th place

2001
City of Saints and Madmen: The Book of Ambergris • collection • Cosmos Books
awards:
Locus Awards 2002 — collection — 14th place
The Exchange, by Nicholas Sporlander • novella • Hoegbottom Press
awards:
Locus Awards 2002 — short story — 29th place

1999
“The Transformation of Martin Lake” • short fiction • Palace Corbie #8
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2000 — novella — winner (tie)

1998
Leviathan, Volume Two (JV & Rose Secrest, eds.) • anthology • Ministry of Whimsy Press
awards:
British Fantasy Awards 1999 — anthology — nomination

1997
World Fantasy Awards 1998 — special award, non-professional — nomination

1996
Dradin, In Love • novella • Buzzcity Press
awards:

1995
“The Bone-Carver's Tale” • short fiction • Asimov's Apr 1995
awards:
Asimov's Reader Poll 1996 — short story — 10th place (tie)

1993
“Flight Is For Those Who Have Not Yet Crossed Over” • short fiction • The Silver Web #9
awards:
Rhysling Awards 1994 — short poem — winner (tie)



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