Nina Allan


science fiction awards database

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2016
“The Art of Space Travel” • short fiction • Tor.com 27 Jul 2016
awards:
Hugo Awards 2017 — novelette — nomination
Locus Awards 2017 — novelette — 9th place
“Maggots” • short fiction • Five Stories High
awards:
Shirley Jackson Awards 2017 — novella — nomination

2015
“Time Pieces: Doctor Change or Doctor Die” • short fiction • Interzone Nov/Dec 2015
awards:
British SF Association Awards 2016 — nonfiction — nomination

2014
“Marielena” • short fiction
awards:
Interzone Readers Poll 2015 — story — 2nd place
The Race • novel • Newcon
awards:
British SF Association Awards 2015 — novel — nomination
Locus Awards 2015 — first novel — 7th place
The Kitschies 2015 — Red Tentacle (novel) — nomination

2013
“The Gateway” • short fiction • Stardust
awards:
Shirley Jackson Awards 2014 — novella — nomination
Spin • novella • TTA Press
awards:
British Fantasy Awards 2014 — novella — nomination
British SF Association Awards 2014 — short fiction — winner
Locus Awards 2014 — novella — 11th place
Vivan Guppy and the Brighton Belle • short fiction • Rustblind and Silverbright
awards:
British Fantasy Awards 2014 — novella — nomination

2012
“Sunshine” • short fiction • Black Static #29
awards:
British Fantasy Awards 2013 — short story — nomination

2011
“The Silver Wind” • short fiction • Interzone #233
awards:
British SF Association Awards 2012 — short fiction — nomination
Grand Prix de l'Imaginaire 2014 — Foreign short fiction — winner
Interzone Readers Poll 2012 — story — 1st place (tie)

2010
“Flying in the Face of God” • short fiction • Interzone #227
awards:
British SF Association Awards 2011 — short fiction — nomination
Interzone Readers Poll 2011 — story — 1st place (tie)

2009
“My Brother's Keeper” • short fiction • Black Static #2
awards:
British Fantasy Awards 2010 — short story — nomination

2005
“Bird Songs at Eventide” • short fiction • Interzone #199 Aug 2005
awards:
British SF Association Awards 2006 — short fiction — nomination



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