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Awards Summary

 

Major Awards: 5

Locus Awards: 1

Other Awards: 2

Total Number of Award Wins and Nominations: 39

Times Served as Judge: 1

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

“An American Childhood” (Asimov's Apr 1993) — novella — nomination

“Bones” (Asimov's May 1990) — novella — nomination

“Rachel in Love” (Asimov's Apr 1987) — novelette — nomination

Nebula Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by SF & Fantasy Writers of America professional membership
(5 nominations; 2 wins)

“Bones” (Asimov's May 1990) — novella — nomination

“Love and Sex Among the Invertebrates” (Alien Sex) — short story — nomination

“Dead Men on TV” (Full Spectrum) — short story — nomination

The Falling Woman (Tor) — novel — winner

“Rachel in Love” (Asimov's Apr 1987) — novelette — winner

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

“Bones” (Asimov's May 1990) — novella — winner

Arthur C. Clarke Awardfor SF novel published in the UK; juried
(1 nomination)

The City, Not Long After (Pan) — shortlist

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

Nadya: The Wolf Chronicles (Tor) — short list

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

Points of Departure (Bantam Spectra) — winner

Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Awardfor SF short fiction in English; juried
(1 nomination; 1 win)

“Rachel in Love” (Asimov's Apr 1987) — winner

— Locus Awards and Poll —
Locus Awardsfor SF/F/H works, polled by readers of Locus Magazine
(16 nominations; 1 win)

“About Fairies” (Tor.com May 2012) — short story — 22nd place

“Inappropriate Behavior” (Sci Fiction 11 Feb 2004) — novelette — 33rd place

“Dragon's Gate” (F&SF Aug 2003) — novelette — 23rd place

Nadya: The Wolf Chronicles (Tor) — fantasy novel — 8th place

“An American Childhood” (Asimov's Apr 1993) — novella — 7th place

“Desert Rain” (by Mark L. Van Name & PM) (Full Spectrum 3) — novella — 8th place

“Traveling West” (Asimov's Feb 1991) — novelette — 14th place

“Bones” (Asimov's May 1990) — novella — 4th place

“Love and Sex Among the Invertebrates” (Alien Sex) — short story — 6th place

Points of Departure (Bantam Spectra) — collection — 9th place

The City, Not Long After (Doubleday Foundation) — sf novel — 10th place

“Prescience” (Asimov's Jan 1989) — short story — 20th place

The Falling Woman (Tor) — fantasy novel — 24th place

“Rachel in Love” (Asimov's Apr 1987) — novelette — winner

The Falling Woman (Tor) — fantasy novel — 16th place

The Shadow Hunter (Popular Library) — first novel — 14th place

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

“Green Fire” (by Andy Duncan, Eileen Gunn, PM & Michael Swanwick) (Asimov's Apr 2000) — novella — 8th place

“A Place of Honor” (Asimov's May 1995) — short story — 8th place (tie)

“An American Childhood” (Asimov's Apr 1993) — novella — 7th place

“Bones” (Asimov's May 1990) — novella — 8th place (tie)

“Rachel in Love” (Asimov's Apr 1987) — novelette — winner

Interzone Readers Pollfor stories published in Interzone magazine, polled by readers
(1 nomination)

“The Eradication of Romantic Love” (Interzone #42 Dec 1990) — fiction — 8th place

Mythopoeic Awardsfor fantasy works in the spirit of the Inklings, voted by members of the Mythopoeic Society
(2 nominations)

The City, Not Long After (Pan) — fantasy — nomination

The Falling Woman (Tor) — fantasy — nomination

Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Pollfor SF/F works, polled by readers of Science Fiction Chronicle magazine
(1 nomination)

“Rachel in Love” (Asimov's Apr 1987) — novelette — 2nd place

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

There and Back Again, by Max Merriwell — translated novel — winner


— As Judge —
James Tiptree Jr Memorial Awardfor SF/F that explores and expands the roles of women and men, juried
 



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