Michael Moorcock


science fiction awards database

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“Ancient Shadows” • short fiction • New Worlds #9, 1975
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Locus Awards 1976 — novella — 11th place
The Best of Michael Moorcock • collection • Tachyon Publications, 2009
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Locus Awards 2010 — collection — 11th place
“The Cairene Purse” • short fiction • Zenith 2, 1990
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Locus Awards 1991 — novella — 18th place
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“Colour ” • short fiction • Confederacy of the Dead, 1991
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Bram Stoker Awards 1994 — novelette — nomination
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Mythopoeic Awards 1972 — fantasy — nomination
Corum: The Prince in the Scarlet Robe • omnibus • Gollancz, 2002
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“Crossing into Cambodia ” • short fiction • Twenty Houses of the Zodiac, 1979
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British SF Association Awards 1980 — short fiction — nomination
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“Curaré” • short fiction • Zenith Lives!, 2012
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British Fantasy Awards 2013 — novella — nomination
The Dragon in the Sword • novel • Ace, 1986
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Locus Awards 1987 — fantasy novel — 17th place
The Dreamthief's Daughter • novel • Simon & Schuster/Earthlight, 2001
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Locus Awards 2002 — fantasy novel — 11th place
Elric • omnibus • Gollancz, 2001
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The End of All Songs • novel • Harper & Row, 1976
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Locus Awards 1977 — novel — 20th place
Fabulous Harbours • collection • Millennium, 1995
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Locus Awards 1996 — collection — 16th place
Locus Awards 1998 — collection — 21st place
Fantasy: The 100 Best Books (by James Cawthorn & MM) • nonfiction • Xanadu, 1988
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Locus Awards 1989 — related nonfiction — 13th place
Firing the Cathedral • novel • PS Publishing, 2002
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British Fantasy Awards 2003 — short fiction — nomination
The Fortress of the Pearl • novel • Gollancz, 1989
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Locus Awards 1990 — fantasy novel — 12th place
The History of the Runestaff • omnibus • Hart-Davis, MacGibbon, 1979
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British Fantasy Awards 1976 — August Derleth Award (novel) — winner
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Locus Awards 2011 — non-fiction — 8th place
“The Jade Man's Eyes” • short fiction • Flashing Swords 2, 1973
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British Fantasy Awards 1974 — short story — winner
The King of the Swords • novel • Berkley, 1971
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British Fantasy Awards 1973 — August Derleth Award (novel) — winner
The Knight of the Swords • novel • Mayflower, 1971
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British Fantasy Awards 1972 — August Derleth Award (novel) — winner
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“London Bone ” • short fiction • New Worlds, 1997
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Locus Awards 1998 — novelette — 16th place
anthologies:
London Bone • collection • Simon & Schuster/Scribner UK, 2001
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British Fantasy Awards 2002 — collection — nomination
London Peculiar and Other Nonfiction • nonfiction • PM Press, 2012
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Locus Awards 2013 — non-fiction — 7th place
Lunching with the Antichrist • collection • Mark V. Ziesing, 1995
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Locus Awards 1996 — collection — 14th place
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Hugo Awards 1967 — professional magazine — nomination
Hugo Awards 1968 — professional magazine — nomination
Hugo Awards 1969 — professional magazine — nomination
Hugo Awards 1970 — professional magazine — nomination
New Worlds • anthology • Flamingo, 1983
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Locus Awards 1984 — anthology — 12th place
New Worlds Quarterly #1 • anthology • Berkley, 1971
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Locus Awards 1972 — original anthology — 7th place
New Worlds Quarterly #2 • anthology • Berkley, 1971
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Locus Awards 1972 — original anthology — 10th place (tie)
New Worlds Quarterly #3 • anthology • Berkley, 1972
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Locus Awards 1973 — original anthology — 12th place
New Worlds Quarterly #4 • anthology • Berkley, 1972
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Locus Awards 1973 — original anthology — 11th place
The Opium General • collection • Harrap, 1984
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Locus Awards 1985 — collection — 21st place
The Revenge of the Rose • novel • Grafton, 1991
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Locus Awards 1992 — fantasy novel — 13th place
“The Roaming Forest ”Cross Plains Universe: Texans Celebrate Robert E. Howard, 2006
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The Sailor on the Seas of Fate • novel • Quartet, 1976
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World Fantasy Awards 1977 — novel — nomination
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The Skrayling Tree • novel • Warner Aspect, 2003
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Locus Awards 2004 — fantasy novel — 12th place
“A Slow Saturday Night at the Surrealist Sporting Club ” • short fiction • Redshift: Extreme Visions of Speculative Fiction, 2001
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Locus Awards 2002 — short story — 22nd place
The Stealer of Souls • collection • Neville Spearman, 1963
citations:
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British Fantasy Awards 1975 — August Derleth Award (novel) — winner
The Vengeance of Rome • novel • Jonathan Cape, 2006
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Locus Awards 2007 — fantasy novel — 9th place
The War Hound and the World's Pain • novel • Timescape, 1981
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World Fantasy Awards 1982 — novel — nomination
Locus Awards 1982 — fantasy novel — 4th place
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“White Stars” • short fiction • New Worlds 8, 1975
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British Fantasy Awards 1976 — short story — nomination
Wizardry and Wild Romance • nonfiction • Gollancz, 1987
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Locus Awards 1988 — nonfiction — 5th place

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