Joanna Russ


science fiction awards database

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2014
SFWA Awards 2015 — Solstice Award — winner

2012

2007
The Country You Have Never Seen • nonfiction • Liverpool University Press
awards:
Locus Awards 2008 — non-fiction — 3rd place

1996
“Invasion ” • short fiction • Asimov's Jan 1996
awards:
Locus Awards 1997 — short story — 15th place
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1995
To Write Like a Woman: Essays in Feminism and Science Fiction • nonfiction • Indiana
awards:
Hugo Awards 1996 — nonfiction book — nomination
Locus Awards 1996 — nonfiction — 7th place

1988
Interzone Readers Poll 1989 — all-time best sf author — 34th place (tie)
The Hidden Side of the Moon • collection • St. Martin's
awards:
Locus Awards 1989 — collection — 19th place

1984
“Bodies ” • short fiction • Extra(ordinary) People
awards:
Locus Awards 1985 — short story — 15th place
Extra(ordinary) People • collection • St. Martin's
awards:
Locus Awards 1985 — collection — 4th place
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1983

1982

1979
“The Extraordinary Voyages of Amélie Bertrand” • short fiction • F&SF Sep 1979
awards:
Nebula Awards 1980 — short story — nomination
Locus Awards 1980 — short story — 13th place
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1978
The Two of Them • novel • Berkley Putnam
awards:
James Tiptree Jr Memorial Award 1996 — retrospective Tiptree short list
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1977

1976

1975
Locus Awards 1976 — critic — 6th place
“Existence ” • Epoch
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“The Experimenter ” • Galaxy Oct 1975
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“A Few Things I Know About Whileaway” • excerpt from The Female Man 1975
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1974
Locus Awards 1975 — critic — 6th place
“An Old Fashioned Girl ” • short fiction • Final Stage
awards:
Jupiter Awards 1975 — short story — nomination
“Reasonable People ” • Orbit 14
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1973
Locus Awards 1974 — critic — 2nd place (tie)
“The Soul of a Servant ” • Showcase
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1972
“Useful Phrases for the Tourist ” • Universe 2
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“When It Changed ” • short fiction • Again, Dangerous Visions
awards:
Hugo Awards 1973 — short story — nomination
Nebula Awards 1973 — short story — winner
James Tiptree Jr Memorial Award 1996 — retrospective Tiptree — winner
Locus Awards 1973 — short fiction — 6th place
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1971
“Poor Man, Beggar Man ” • short fiction • Universe 1
awards:
Nebula Awards 1972 — novelette — nomination
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“The Zanzibar Cat ” • Quark
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1970

1968

1967
“I Gave Her Sack and Sherry” • Orbit 2
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“I Thought She Was Afeared Till She Stroked My Beard” • Orbit 2
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1966
“This Night, at My Fire ” • Epoch Win 1966
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1962



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