Neil Gaiman


science fiction awards database

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American Gods • novel • HarperCollins/Morrow, 2001
awards:
Hugo Awards 2002 — novel — winner
Nebula Awards 2003 — novel — winner
World Fantasy Awards 2002 — novel — nomination
Bram Stoker Awards 2002 — novel — winner
British Fantasy Awards 2002 — August Derleth Award (novel) — nomination
British SF Association Awards 2002 — novel — nomination
Locus Awards 2002 — fantasy novel — winner
Geffen Awards 2003 — fantasy book — winner
International Horror Guild Awards 2002 — novel — nomination
Italia Awards 2003 — international novel — 2nd place
Italia Awards 2004 — international novel — 2nd place
Mythopoeic Awards 2002 — adult literature — nomination
Phantastik Preis 2004 — foreign novel — nomination
SF Site Readers Poll 2002 — sf/fantasy book — 3rd place
citations:
Anansi Boys • novel • HarperCollins/Morrow, 2005
awards:
British Fantasy Awards 2006 — August Derleth Award (novel) — winner
Locus Awards 2006 — fantasy novel — winner
Geffen Awards 2006 — fantasy book — winner
Mythopoeic Awards 2006 — adult literature — winner
SF Site Readers Poll 2006 — sf/fantasy book — winner
citations:
“And Weep Like Alexander” • short fiction • Fables from the Fountain, 2011
awards:
Locus Awards 2012 — short story — 6th place
Angels & Visitations: A Miscellany • collection • DreamHaven Books, 1993
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 1994 — collection — nomination
International Horror Guild Awards 1995 — collection — winner
Batman: Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader? • DC Comics
awards:
Hugo Awards 2010 — graphic story — nomination
“Bitter Grounds” • short fiction • Mojo: Conjure Stories, 2003
awards:
Locus Awards 2004 — novelette — 6th place
SLF Fountain Award 2004 — honorable mention
“Black Dog” • short fiction • Trigger Warning, 2015
awards:
Locus Awards 2016 — novelette — winner
“The Case of Death and Honey” • short fiction • A Study In Sherlock, 2011
awards:
Locus Awards 2012 — short story — winner
“Closing Time” • short fiction • McSweeney's Mammoth Treasury of Thrilling Tales, 2003
awards:
Locus Awards 2004 — short story — winner
Coraline • novel • HarperCollins, 2002
awards:
Hugo Awards 2003 — novella — winner
Nebula Awards 2004 — novella — winner
World Fantasy Awards 2003 — novella — nomination
Bram Stoker Awards 2003 — long fiction — nomination
Bram Stoker Awards 2003 — work for younger readers — winner
British SF Association Awards 2003 — short fiction — winner
Locus Awards 2003 — young adult novel — winner
International Horror Guild Awards 2003 — long form — nomination
Mythopoeic Awards 2003 — children's literature — nomination
SF Site Readers Poll 2003 — sf/fantasy book — 8th place
citations:
Coraline: The Graphic Novel (by NG, adapted and illustrated by P. Craig Russell) • HarperCollins
awards:
Locus Awards 2009 — nonfiction/art book — winner
Doctor Who: “The Doctor's Wife” (by NG, writer; Richard Clark, director)
awards:
“Forbidden Brides of the Faceless Slaves in the Nameless House of the Night of Dread Desire” • short fiction • Gothic! Ten Original Dark Tales, 2004
awards:
Locus Awards 2005 — short story — winner
Fragile Things • collection • Headline Review, 2006
awards:
British Fantasy Awards 2007 — collection — winner
Locus Awards 2007 — collection — winner
Grand Prix de l'Imaginaire 2009 — Translated Short Story or Collection — winner
SF Site Readers Poll 2007 — sf/fantasy book — 6th place
Ghastly Beyond Belief (by NG & Kim Newman) • nonfiction • Arrow, 1985
awards:
Locus Awards 1986 — nonfiction/reference — 10th place
“Goliath” (http://whatisthematrix.warnerbros.com/cmp/neil_g_index.html) • short fiction • The Matrix
awards:
HOMer Awards 2000 — short story — nomination
Good Omens (by Terry Pratchett & NG) • novel • Gollancz, 1990
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 1991 — novel — nomination
Locus Awards 1991 — fantasy novel — 2nd place
HOMer Awards 1991 — fantasy novel — nomination
citations:
The Graveyard Book • novel • HarperCollins, 2008
awards:
Hugo Awards 2009 — novel — winner
World Fantasy Awards 2009 — novel — nomination
British Fantasy Awards 2009 — August Derleth Award (novel) — nomination
Locus Awards 2009 — young adult novel — winner
Mythopoeic Awards 2009 — children's literature — nomination
SF Site Readers Poll 2009 — sf/fantasy book — 6th place
citations:
“How to Talk to Girls at Parties” • short fiction • Fragile Things, 2006
awards:
Hugo Awards 2007 — short story — nomination
Locus Awards 2007 — short story — winner
Instructions (by Charles Vess & NG) • Harper
awards:
Locus Awards 2011 — art book — 2nd place
“An Invocation of Incuriosity” • short fiction • Songs of the Dying Earth: Stories in Honor of Jack Vance, 2009
awards:
Locus Awards 2010 — short story — winner
journal.neilgaiman.com
awards:
British Fantasy Awards 2009 — nonfiction — nomination
“A Midsummer Night's Dream” (by NG & Charles Vess) • short fiction • Sandman #19
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 1991 — short story — winner
“The Monarch of the Glen” • short fiction • Legends II, 2003
awards:
Locus Awards 2004 — novelette — 2nd place
Murder Mysteries (by NG & Craig Russell) • Dark Horse
awards:
Gaylactic Spectrum Awards 2003 — comic book/graphic novel — nomination
The Ocean at the End of the Lane • novel • HarperCollins/Morrow, 2013
awards:
Nebula Awards 2014 — novel — nomination
World Fantasy Awards 2014 — novel — nomination
British Fantasy Awards 2014 — fantasy novel (Robert Holdstock Award) — nomination
Locus Awards 2014 — fantasy novel — winner
Geffen Awards 2015 — fantasy book — winner
Mythopoeic Awards 2014 — adult literature — nomination
Phantastik Preis 2015 — foreign novel — winner
“October in the Chair” • short fiction • Conjunctions 39: The New Wave Fabulists, 2002
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2003 — short story — nomination
Locus Awards 2003 — short story — winner
anthologies:
Odd and the Frost Giants • novel • Bloomsbury, 2008
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2009 — novella — nomination
Phantastik Preis 2011 — foreign novel — winner
Princess Mononoke (by Hayao Miyazaki & NG)
awards:
Nebula Awards 2001 — script — nomination
“The Problem of Susan” • short fiction • Flights: Extreme Visions of Fantasy, 2004
awards:
British Fantasy Awards 2005 — short fiction — nomination
Sandman • DC/Vertigo
awards:
Bram Stoker Awards 1994 — other media — nomination
The Sandman: Book of Dreams (NG & Edward E. Kramer, eds.) • anthology • HarperPrism, 1996
awards:
British Fantasy Awards 1997 — anthology/collection — nomination
The Sandman: Endless Nights • DC Comics
awards:
Bram Stoker Awards 2004 — illustrated narrative — winner
Locus Awards 2004 — non-fiction/art — winner
International Horror Guild Awards 2004 — illustrated narrative — nomination
The Sandman: Overture (by written by NG, art by J. H. Williams III) • Vertigo
awards:
Hugo Awards 2016 — graphic story — winner
World Fantasy Awards 2016 — special award, professional — nomination
The Sandman: The Dream Hunters (by NG, illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano) • DC/Vertigo
awards:
Hugo Awards 2000 — related book — nomination
Bram Stoker Awards 2000 — comic book, graphic novel, or other illustrated narrative — winner
Locus Awards 2000 — art book — 5th place
The Sandman: The Wake • collection • Titan Books, 1997
awards:
British Fantasy Awards 1998 — anthology/collection — nomination
Sandman: World's End • collection
awards:
British Fantasy Awards 1996 — anthology/collection — nomination
“Shoggoth's Old Peculiar” • short fiction • The Mammoth Book of Comic Fantasy, 1998; Smoke and Mirrors
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 1999 — short story — nomination
“The Sleeper and the Spindle” • short fiction • Rags and Bones, 2013
awards:
Locus Awards 2014 — novelette — winner
Smoke and Mirrors • collection • Avon, 1998
awards:
Bram Stoker Awards 1999 — collection — nomination
Locus Awards 1999 — collection — 2nd place
Geffen Awards 2004 — fantasy book — winner
SF Site Readers Poll 1999 — sf/fantasy book — winner
“Snow, Glass, Apples.” • short fiction
awards:
Seiun Awards 1997 — overseas short story — nomination
Stardust (by NG & Charles Vess) • DC/Vertigo
awards:
Locus Awards 1999 — art book — 4th place
Stardust • novel • DC Comics/Vertigo, 1998
awards:
Locus Awards 1999 — fantasy novel — 2nd place
Geffen Awards 2000 — fantasy book — winner
Mythopoeic Awards 1999 — adult literature — winner
Phantastik Preis 2001 — foreign novel — nomination
citations:
Stories: All-New Tales (NG & Al Sarrantonio, eds.) • Morrow; Headline Review
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2011 — anthology — nomination
Shirley Jackson Awards 2011 — anthology — winner
“A Study in Emerald” • short fiction • Shadows Over Baker Street, 2003
awards:
Hugo Awards 2004 — short story — winner
Locus Awards 2004 — novelette — winner
Seiun Awards 2006 — translated short form — nomination
“Sunbird” • short fiction • Noisy Outlaws, Unfriendly Blobs, and Some Other Things that Aren't as Scary..., 2005
awards:
Locus Awards 2006 — short story — winner
“The Thing About Cassandra” • short fiction • Songs of Love and Death, 2010
awards:
Locus Awards 2011 — short story — winner
Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances • collection • HarperCollins/Morrow, 2015
awards:
Locus Awards 2016 — collection — winner
“Troll Bridge” • short fiction • Snow White, Blood Red, 1993
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 1994 — short story — nomination
anthologies:
“The Truth Is a Cave in the Black Mountains” • short fiction • Stories, 2010
awards:
Shirley Jackson Awards 2011 — novelette — winner
Locus Awards 2011 — novelette — winner
Unnatural Creatures (NG & Maria Dahvana Headley, eds.) • anthology • HarperCollins, 2013
awards:
Locus Awards 2014 — anthology — 5th place
The View from the Cheap Seats • nonfiction • HarperCollins/Morrow, 2016
awards:
Hugo Awards 2017 — related work — nomination
Locus Awards 2017 — non-fiction — 3rd place
A Walking Tour of the Shambles (by Gene Wolfe & NG) • novella • American Fantasy, 2002
awards:
Locus Awards 2003 — novelette — 3rd place
Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader? (by NG & Andy Kubert) • DC Comics
awards:
British Fantasy Awards 2010 — comic/graphic novel — winner
“The Witch's Headstone” • short fiction • Wizards, 2007
awards:
Locus Awards 2008 — novelette — winner
The Wolves in the Walls • HarperCollins
awards:
Bram Stoker Awards 2004 — work for younger readers — nomination
Locus Awards 2004 — non-fiction/art — 2nd place
International Horror Guild Awards 2004 — illustrated narrative — nomination
The Wolves in the Walls (by NG & Dave McKean) • graphic work • HarperCollins, 2003
awards:
British SF Association Awards 2004 — short fiction — winner

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