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Awards Summary

Career and Special Awards: 1

Major Awards: 4

Locus Awards: 3

Other Awards: 4

Total Number of Award Wins and Nominations: 65

Times Served as Judge: 3

— Career and Special Awards —
Richard Evans Awardfor genre writers who are worthy but insufficiently recognized; juried
winner

— Major Awards —
Hugo Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by members of annual World Science Fiction Convention
(5 nominations; 1 win)

“The Girl-Thing Who Went Out for Sushi” (Edge of Infinity Solaris) — novelette — winner

“True Faces” (F&SF Apr 1992) — novelette — nomination

“Dispatches from the Revolution” (Asimov's Jul 1991) — novelette — nomination

“Fool to Believe” (Asimov's Feb 1990) — novella — nomination

“Angel” (Asimov's May 1987) — short story — nomination

Nebula Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by SF & Fantasy Writers of America professional membership
(5 nominations)

Synners (Bantam Spectra) — novel — nomination

“Fool to Believe” (Asimov's Feb 1990) — novella — nomination

“The Power and the Passion” (Patterns; Omni Mar 1990) — short story — nomination

“Angel” (Asimov's May 1987) — short story — nomination

“Pretty Boy Crossover” (Asimov's Jan 1986) — short story — nomination

World Fantasy Awardsfor Fantasy works; juried, with nominations from World Fantasy Con members
(5 nominations; 1 win)

“Angel” (Asimov's May 1987) — short story — nomination

(PC & Arnie Fenner) for Shayol — special award, non-professional — winner

(PC & Arnie Fenner) for Shayol — special award, non-professional — nomination

(PC & Arnie Fenner) for Shayol — special award, non-professional — nomination

Arthur C. Clarke Awardfor SF novel published in the UK; juried
(4 nominations; 2 wins)

Fools (HarperCollins UK) — winner

Synners (HarperCollins) — winner

Bram Stoker Awardsfor Horror works, voted by Horror Writer's Association professional membership
(1 nomination)

Patterns (Ursus) — collection — nomination

British Fantasy Awardsfor fantasy works published in the UK, voted by British Fantasy Society members, juried since 2012
(1 nomination)

“Chalk” (This Is Horror) — short story — nomination

British SF Association Awardsfor SF works published in the UK, voted by British SF Association members
(1 nomination)

“The Emperor's New Reality” (New Worlds) — short fiction — nomination

James Tiptree Jr Memorial Awardfor SF/F that explores and expands the roles of women and men, juried
(3 nominations)

“Datableed” (Asimov's Mar 1998) — long list

“Paris in June” (Omni Sep 1994) — long list

“Lost Girls” (Dirty Work) — long list

Philip K. Dick Awardfor SF original paperback published in the US, juried
(1 nomination)

Mindplayers (Bantam Spectra) — finalist

Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Awardfor SF short fiction in English; juried
(2 nominations)

“Paris In June” (Omni Sep 1994) — shortlist

“Pretty Boy Crossover” (Asimov's Jan 1986) — honorable mention

— Locus Awards and Poll —
Locus Awardsfor SF/F/H works, polled by readers of Locus Magazine
(31 nominations; 3 wins)

Chalk (This Is Horror) — novelette — 29th place

“The Christmas Show” (Tor.com 17 Dec 2013) — novelette — 18th place

“The Girl-Thing Who Went Out for Sushi” (Edge of Infinity) — novelette — winner

“The Taste of Night” (Is Anybody Out There?) — short story — 16th place

“Truth and Bone” (Poe) — novelette — 13th place

“Among Strangers” (disLOCATIONS) — short story — 17th place

“Is There Life After Rehab?” (Sci Fiction 17 Aug 2005) — short story — 24th place

Dervish Is Digital (Macmillan 2000; Tor) — sf novel — 19th place

“Life on Earth” (Sci Fiction 19 Dec 2001) — novelette — 11th place

“Death in the Promised Land” (Omni Online Mar 1995; Asimov's Nov 1995) — novella — 18th place

“Paris in June” (Omni Sep 1994) — novelette — 10th place (tie)

“Love Toys of the Gods” (Omni Best Science Fiction Three) — short story — 16th place

Dirty Work (Mark V. Ziesing) — collection — 8th place

“True Faces” (F&SF Apr 1992) — novelette — 2nd place

“50 Ways to Improve Your Orgasm” (Asimov's Apr 1992) — short story — 14th place

Home by the Sea (WSFA Press) — collection — 6th place

Synners (Bantam Spectra) — sf novel — 9th place

“Dispatches from the Revolution” (Asimov's Jul 1991) — novelette — 12th place

“Johnny Come Home” (Omni Jun 1991) — short story — 20th place

“Fool to Believe” (Asimov's Feb 1990) — novella — 6th place

“The Power and the Passion” (Patterns) — short story — 2nd place

Patterns (Ursus) — collection — winner

“Two” (F&SF Jan 1988) — novelette — 10th place

“It Was the Heat” (Tropical Chills) — short story — 25th place

Mindplayers (Bantam Spectra) — first novel — 2nd place

“Angel” (Asimov's May 1987) — short story — winner

“Pretty Boy Crossover” (Asimov's Jan 1986) — short story — 9th place

“Another One Hits the Road” (F&SF Jan 1984) — novelette — 21st place

“The Sorceress in Spite of Herself” (Asimov's Dec 1982) — short story — 12th place (tie)

“The Coming of the Doll” (F&SF Jun 1981) — short story — 22nd place

“Second Comings—Reasonable Rates” (F&SF Feb 1981) — short story — 18th place

— Other Awards —
Asimov's Reader Pollfor stories, poems, and art published by Asimov's, polled by readers
(1 nomination)

“Angel” (Asimov's May 1987) — short story — 4th place

Balrog Awardsfor fantasy works, presented an annual FoolsCon in Kansas City
(1 nomination; 1 win)

“Death from Exposure” (Shayol #2 1978) — short fiction — winner

HOMer Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by members of SF/F forum on CompuServe
(2 nominations; 1 win)

“True Faces” (F&SF Apr 1992) — novelette — nomination

“Dispatches from the Revolution” (Asimov's Jul 1991) — novelette — winner

Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Pollfor SF/F works, polled by readers of Science Fiction Chronicle magazine
(3 nominations; 1 win)

“Angel” (Asimov's May 1987) — short story — 3rd place

“Pretty Boy Crossover” (Asimov's Jan 1986) — short story — winner

Shayol (by PC & Arnold Fenner) — semi-prozine — 3rd place

Seiun Awardsfor SF/F works published in Japan, voted by members of annual Japanese SF Con
(1 nomination; 1 win)

“The Girl-Thing Who Went Out for Sushi” — translated story — winner


— As Judge —
World Fantasy Awardsfor Fantasy works; juried, with nominations from World Fantasy Con members
 
Arthur C. Clarke Awardfor SF novel published in the UK; juried
 



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