Jim Burns


science fiction awards database

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2015
Pelquin's Comet by Ian Whates • Newcon
awards:
British SF Association Awards 2016 — artwork — winner

2014
Locus Awards 2015 — artist — 5th place
Asimov's Reader Poll 2015 — cover — 4th place
The Art of Jim Burns: Hyperluminal • Titan
awards:
Locus Awards 2015 — art book — 5th place

2013
Chesley Awards 2014 — lifetime artistic achievement — winner
Locus Awards 2014 — artist — 16th place

2012
Locus Awards 2013 — artist — 16th place
“The Wanderers” • short fiction
awards:
Chesley Awards 2013 — product illustration — nomination

2011
Chesley Awards 2012 — lifetime artistic achievement — nomination
Locus Awards 2012 — artist — 13th place
“The Ever-Dreaming Verdict...” • short fiction • Interzone #236
awards:
Interzone Readers Poll 2012 — art — 10th place

2009
Locus Awards 2010 — artist — 15th place
“Pod Shift” • short fiction
awards:
Chesley Awards 2010 — monochrome work, unpublished — nomination

2008
Locus Awards 2009 — artist — 13th place

2007
Locus Awards 2008 — artist — 11th place

2006
Locus Awards 2007 — artist — 12th place
“Dryad of the Oak” • short fiction
awards:
Chesley Awards 2007 — color work, unpublished — nomination
“Planet of Peril” • short fiction • Interzone #205 Jul/Aug 2006
awards:
Interzone Readers Poll 2007 — art — 3rd place
“Sphaira” • short fiction • Interzone #209 Apr 2007
awards:
Interzone Readers Poll 2008 — art — 2nd place

2005
Hugo Awards 2006 — professional artist — nomination
Locus Awards 2006 — artist — 7th place (tie)
Imago • Heavy Metal
awards:
Locus Awards 2006 — art book — 4th place

2004
Hugo Awards 2005 — professional artist — winner
Chesley Awards 2005 — cover illustration, magazine — nomination
Locus Awards 2005 — artist — 14th place

2003
Hugo Awards 2004 — professional artist — nomination
Locus Awards 2004 — artist — 3rd place
Asimov's Reader Poll 2004 — cover artist — winner

2002
Hugo Awards 2003 — professional artist — nomination
Chesley Awards 2003 — artistic achievement — nomination
Locus Awards 2003 — artist — 4th place

2001
Hugo Awards 2002 — professional artist — nomination
British Fantasy Awards 2002 — artist — winner
Locus Awards 2002 — artist — 3rd place

2000
Hugo Awards 2001 — professional artist — nomination
World Fantasy Awards 2001 — artist — nomination
British Fantasy Awards 2001 — artist — winner
Locus Awards 2001 — artist — 4th place

1999
Hugo Awards 2000 — professional artist — nomination
Locus Awards 2000 — artist — 3rd place
Asimov's Reader Poll 2000 — cover artist — winner
The Dream Archipelago by Christopher Priest
awards:
British SF Association Awards 2000 — artwork — nomination
Transluminal: The Paintings of Jim Burns • Paper Tiger
awards:
Locus Awards 2000 — art book — 4th place

1998
Hugo Awards 1999 — professional artist — nomination
World Fantasy Awards 1999 — artist — nomination
Chesley Awards 1999 — cover illustration, magazine — nomination
Locus Awards 1999 — artist — 5th place
Asimov's Reader Poll 1999 — cover artist — 4th place
Darwinia by Robert Charles Wilson
awards:
British SF Association Awards 2000 — artwork — winner
Chesley Awards 1999 — cover illustration, hardcover — nomination
“Lord Prestimion” by Robert Silverberg • short fiction • Interzone #138 Dec 1998
awards:
British SF Association Awards 1999 — artwork — winner

1997
Hugo Awards 1998 — professional artist — nomination
World Fantasy Awards 1998 — artist — nomination
British Fantasy Awards 1998 — artist — winner
Locus Awards 1998 — artist — 7th place

1996
British Fantasy Awards 1997 — artist — winner
Chesley Awards 1997 — cover illustration, magazine — nomination
Locus Awards 1997 — artist — 5th place
Ancient Shores by Jack McDevitt • HarperPrism
awards:
British SF Association Awards 1997 — original artwork — winner
“Starplex” • short fiction • Analog Oct 1996
awards:
Analog Readers Poll 1997 — cover — 5th place

1995
Hugo Awards 1996 — professional artist — nomination
Chesley Awards 1996 — cover illustration, magazine — nomination
Locus Awards 1996 — artist — 7th place
Asimov's Reader Poll 1996 — cover artist — 2nd place
Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Poll 1996 — pro artist — 2nd place
“Final Review” • short fiction • Analog Jul 1995
awards:
Analog Readers Poll 1996 — cover — 4th place
Seasons of Plenty by Colin Greenland • HarperCollins UK
awards:
British SF Association Awards 1996 — artwork — winner

1994
Hugo Awards 1995 — professional artist — winner
British Fantasy Awards 1995 — artist — nomination
British SF Association Awards 1995 — artwork — winner
Chesley Awards 1995 — artistic achievement — nomination
Locus Awards 1995 — artist — 7th place
Asimov's Reader Poll 1995 — cover artist — 5th place

1993
Chesley Awards 1994 — magazine cover — nomination
Locus Awards 1994 — artist — 5th place
Analog Readers Poll 1994 — cover — 5th place (tie)
Asimov's Reader Poll 1994 — cover artist — 3rd place
His Conquering Sword by Kate Elliott • DAW
awards:
Chesley Awards 1994 — paperback cover — nomination
Red Dust by Paul J. McAuley • Gollancz
awards:
British SF Association Awards 1994 — artwork — winner
“Young Again” • short fiction • Analog Dec 1993
awards:
Analog Readers Poll 1994 — cover — 5th place (tie)

1992
Chesley Awards 1993 — magazine cover — nomination
Locus Awards 1993 — artist — 6th place
Aristoi by Walter Jon Williams • Tor
awards:
Hugo Awards 1993 — original artwork — nomination
Artificial Things by Karen Joy Fowler • Bantam
awards:
Chesley Awards 1993 — paperback cover — nomination
Hearts, Hands and Voices by Ian McDonald • Gollancz
awards:
British SF Association Awards 1993 — artwork — winner
Kaeti on Tour by Keith Roberts • Interzone #66 Dec 1992; Kerosina
awards:
British SF Association Awards 1993 — artwork — nomination
“Poles Apart” • short fiction • Analog mid-Dec 1992
awards:
Analog Readers Poll 1993 — cover — 2nd place

1991
Locus Awards 1992 — artist — 8th place

1990
Locus Awards 1991 — artist — 12th place

1989
Hugo Awards 1990 — professional artist — nomination
Locus Awards 1990 — artist — 4th place
Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Poll 1990 — pro artist — 2nd place
Other Edens III by Christopher Evans & Robert Holdstock, eds. • Unwin
awards:
British SF Association Awards 1990 — artwork — winner

1988
Locus Awards 1989 — artist — 6th place

1987
Locus Awards 1988 — artist — 2nd place
1987 Worldcon Program Book
awards:
British SF Association Awards 1988 — artist — winner
The River of Time by David Brin • Bantam Spectra
awards:
Chesley Awards 1988 — cover, paperback — nomination

1986
Hugo Awards 1987 — professional artist — winner
British SF Association Awards 1987 — artwork — nomination
Locus Awards 1987 — artist — 2nd place
Lightship (by Chris Evans, text; JB, art) • nonfiction • Paper Tiger
awards:
Locus Awards 1987 — nonfiction — 10th place

1985
Locus Awards 1986 — artist — 11th place

1984
Locus Awards 1985 — artist — 7th place

1983
Locus Awards 1984 — artist — 13th place

1979
Planet Story (by Harry Harrison, illustrated by JB) • novel • Pierrot/A&W
awards:
Locus Awards 1980 — art or illustrated book — 16th place



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