Jim Burns


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Awards Summary

 

Major Awards: 21

 

Other Awards: 2

Total Number of Award Wins and Nominations: 108

— Major Awards —
Hugo Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by members of annual World Science Fiction Convention
(14 nominations; 3 wins)

professional artist — nomination

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professional artist — nomination

professional artist — nomination

professional artist — winner

Aristoi by Walter Jon Williams (Tor) — original artwork — nomination

professional artist — nomination

professional artist — winner

World Fantasy Awardsfor Fantasy works; juried, with nominations from World Fantasy Con members
(3 nominations)

artist — nomination

artist — nomination

artist — nomination

British Fantasy Awardsfor fantasy works published in the UK, voted by British Fantasy Society members, juried since 2012
(5 nominations; 4 wins)

artist — winner

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artist — nomination

British SF Association Awardsfor SF works published in the UK, voted by British SF Association members
(16 nominations; 13 wins)

Pelquin's Comet by Ian Whates (Newcon) — artwork — winner

Darwinia by Robert Charles Wilson — artwork — winner

The Dream Archipelago by Christopher Priest — artwork — nomination

“Lord Prestimion” by Robert Silverberg (Interzone #138 Dec 1998) — artwork — winner

Ancient Shores by Jack McDevitt (HarperPrism) — original artwork — winner

Seasons of Plenty by Colin Greenland (HarperCollins UK) — artwork — winner

(Interzone #79 Jan 1994) artwork — winner

Red Dust by Paul J. McAuley (Gollancz) — artwork — winner

Hearts, Hands and Voices by Ian McDonald (Gollancz) — artwork — winner

Kaeti on Tour by Keith Roberts (Interzone #66 Dec 1992; Kerosina) — artwork — nomination

Other Edens III by Christopher Evans & Robert Holdstock, eds. (Unwin) — artwork — winner

1987 Worldcon Program Book — artist — winner

(Interzone #16 Summer 1986) artwork — nomination

artist — winner

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Chesley Awardsfor SF/F/H artworks; voted by members of Association of SF & F Artists
(17 nominations; 1 win)

lifetime artistic achievement — winner

“The Wanderers” — product illustration — nomination

lifetime artistic achievement — nomination

“Pod Shift” — monochrome work, unpublished — nomination

“Dryad of the Oak” — color work, unpublished — nomination

(Heavy Metal Mar 2004) cover illustration, magazine — nomination

artistic achievement — nomination

Darwinia by Robert Charles Wilson — cover illustration, hardcover — nomination

(Analog Apr 1998) cover illustration, magazine — nomination

(Analog Oct 1996) cover illustration, magazine — nomination

(Analog Jul 1995) cover illustration, magazine — nomination

artistic achievement — nomination

His Conquering Sword by Kate Elliott (DAW) — paperback cover — nomination

(Analog Dec 1993) magazine cover — nomination

Artificial Things by Karen Joy Fowler (Bantam) — paperback cover — nomination

(Analog mid-Dec 1992) magazine cover — nomination

The River of Time by David Brin (Bantam Spectra) — cover, paperback — nomination

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

The Art of Jim Burns: Hyperluminal (Titan) — art book — 5th place

artist — 5th place

artist — 16th place

artist — 16th place

artist — 13th place

artist — 15th place

artist — 13th place

artist — 11th place

artist — 12th place

Imago (Heavy Metal) — art book — 4th place

artist — 7th place (tie)

artist — 14th place

artist — 3rd place

artist — 4th place

artist — 3rd place

artist — 4th place

Transluminal: The Paintings of Jim Burns (Paper Tiger) — art book — 4th place

artist — 3rd place

artist — 5th place

artist — 7th place

artist — 5th place

artist — 7th place

artist — 7th place

artist — 5th place

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artist — 8th place

artist — 12th place

artist — 4th place

artist — 6th place

artist — 2nd place

Lightship (by Chris Evans, text; JB, art) (Paper Tiger) — nonfiction — 10th place

artist — 2nd place

artist — 11th place

artist — 7th place

artist — 13th place

Planet Story (by Harry Harrison, illustrated by JB) (Pierrot/A&W) — art or illustrated book — 16th place

— Other Awards —
Analog Readers Pollfor stories, articles, and art published by Analog, polled by readers
(5 nominations)

“Starplex” (Analog Oct 1996) — cover — 5th place

“Final Review” (Analog Jul 1995) — cover — 4th place

(Analog May 1993) cover — 5th place (tie)

“Young Again” (Analog Dec 1993) — cover — 5th place (tie)

“Poles Apart” (Analog mid-Dec 1992) — cover — 2nd place

Asimov's Reader Pollfor stories, poems, and art published by Asimov's, polled by readers
(7 nominations; 2 wins)

(Asimov's Feb 2014) cover — 4th place

cover artist — winner

cover artist — winner

cover artist — 4th place

cover artist — 2nd place

cover artist — 5th place

cover artist — 3rd place

Interzone Readers Pollfor stories published in Interzone magazine, polled by readers
(3 nominations)

“The Ever-Dreaming Verdict...” (Interzone #236) — art — 10th place

“Sphaira” (Interzone #209 Apr 2007) — art — 2nd place

“Planet of Peril” (Interzone #205 Jul/Aug 2006) — art — 3rd place

Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Pollfor SF/F works, polled by readers of Science Fiction Chronicle magazine
(2 nominations)

pro artist — 2nd place

pro artist — 2nd place



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