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“Alice, Alfie, Ted and the Aliens” • short fiction • Interzone #117 Mar 1997
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“And the Dish Ran Away with the Spoon” • short fiction • Sci Fiction 19 Nov 2003
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Locus Awards 2004 — short story — 7th place (tie)
“Campbell's World” • short fiction • Amazing Stories Sep 1993
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Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Poll 1994 — short story — 2nd place
“Clouds and Cold Fires” • short fiction • Live Without a Net, 2003
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Locus Awards 2004 — novelette — 21st place
“The Cobain Sweater” • short fiction • Interzone #120 Jun 1997
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Interzone Readers Poll 1998 — fiction — 4th place (tie)
“Doing the Unstuck” • short fiction • F&SF May 2001
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Locus Awards 2002 — novelette — 27th place
“The Double Felix” • short fiction • Interzone #87 Sep 1994
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British SF Association Awards 1995 — short fiction — winner
Interzone Readers Poll 1995 — fiction — 3rd place (tie)
“The Emperor of Gondwanaland” • short fiction • Interzone #196 Jan/Feb 2005
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Locus Awards 2006 — novelette — 3rd place
Interzone Readers Poll 2006 — fiction — 4th place
The Emperor of Gondwanaland and Other Stories • collection • Thunder's Mouth Press, 2005
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Locus Awards 2006 — collection — 9th place
“Femaville 29” • short fiction • Salon Fantastique, 2006
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Locus Awards 2007 — novelette — 30th place
Fractal Paisleys • collection • Four Walls Eight Windows, 1997
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World Fantasy Awards 1998 — collection — nomination
Locus Awards 1998 — collection — 20th place
“Hottentots” • short fiction • The Steampunk Trilogy, 1995
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Locus Awards 1996 — novella — 9th place
“I'll Follow the Sun” • short fiction • F&SF Nov/Dec 2014
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Locus Awards 2015 — novelette — 36th place
“Karuna, Inc.” • short fiction • Fantastic Stories of the Imagination Spr 2001
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World Fantasy Awards 2002 — novella — nomination
Locus Awards 2002 — novella — 10th place
“Kid Charlemagne” • short fiction • Amazing Stories Sep 1987
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Nebula Awards 1988 — short story — nomination
“Lennon Spex” • short fiction • Amazing Stories Jul 1992
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Nebula Awards 1993 — short story — nomination
“Life Sentence” • short fiction • Interzone #111 Sep 1996
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Interzone Readers Poll 1997 — fiction — 9th place (tie)
Little Doors • collection • Four Walls Eight Windows, 2002
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Locus Awards 2003 — collection — 14th place
“Little Worker” • short fiction • F&SF Oct 1989
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Locus Awards 1990 — short story — 33rd place
Lost Pages • collection • Four Walls Eight Windows, 1998
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Philip K. Dick Award 1999 — special citation
Locus Awards 1999 — collection — 18th place
“Mairzy Doats” • short fiction • F&SF Feb 1991
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Locus Awards 1992 — novelette — 10th place
“A Martian Theodicy” • short fiction • Mars Probes, 2002
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Locus Awards 2003 — novelette — 8th place
“The Mill” • short fiction • Amazing Stories Oct 1991
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Locus Awards 1992 — novella — 12th place
“Mudpuppy goes to Town” • short fiction • Back Brain Recluse #22 1994
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British SF Association Awards 1995 — short fiction — nomination
“Neutrino Drag” • short fiction • Sci Fiction 1 Aug 2001
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Locus Awards 2002 — novelette — 26th place
Neutrino Drag • collection • Four Walls Eight Windows, 2004
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Locus Awards 2005 — collection — 9th place
“Observable Things” • short fiction • Conqueror Fantastic, 2004
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Locus Awards 2005 — novelette — 8th place
“The Reluctant Book” • short fiction • Science Fiction Age May 2000
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Locus Awards 2001 — short story — 25th place
Ribofunk • collection • Four Walls Eight Windows, 1996
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Locus Awards 1997 — collection — 14th place
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Science Fiction: The 101 Best Novels 1985-2010 (by Damien Broderick & PDF) • nonfiction • Nonstop Press, 2012
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Locus Awards 2013 — non-fiction — 2nd place
Shuteye for the Timebroker • collection • Thunder's Mouth Press, 2006
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Locus Awards 2007 — collection — 16th place
“Singing Each to Each” • short fiction • Interzone #155 May 2000
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British SF Association Awards 2001 — short fiction — nomination
“The Singularity Needs Women!” • short fiction • Forbidden Planets (Crowther), 2006
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Locus Awards 2007 — novelette — 5th place
“Sisyphus and the Stranger” • short fiction • Asimov's Oct/Nov 2004
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Asimov's Reader Poll 2005 — short story — 4th place
Grand Prix de l'Imaginaire 2004 — Translated Short Story or Collection — winner
“Skintwister” • short fiction • F&SF Mar 1986
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Locus Awards 1987 — short story — 22nd place
“Spondulix” • short fiction • Science Fiction Age Sep 1995
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Science Fiction Age Readers Poll 1996 — novella — 2nd place
Spondulix • novel • Cambrian Publications, 2004
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Locus Awards 2005 — sf novel — 24th place
The Steampunk Trilogy • collection • Four Walls Eight Windows, 1995
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Locus Awards 1996 — collection — 5th place
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Strange Trades • collection • Golden Gryphon Press, 2001
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Locus Awards 2002 — collection — 9th place
SF Site Readers Poll 2002 — sf/fantasy book — 10th place
“Take Me to the Pilot” • short fiction • Asimov's Aug 1995
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Asimov's Reader Poll 1996 — short story — 7th place
“Walt and Emily” • short fiction • Interzone #77 Nov 1993, #78 Dec 1993
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Locus Awards 1994 — novella — 16th place
“Wikiworld” • short fiction • Fast Forward 1: Future Fiction from the Cutting Edge, 2007
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Locus Awards 2008 — novelette — 6th place
A Year in the Linear City • novella • PS Publishing, 2002
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Hugo Awards 2003 — novella — nomination
World Fantasy Awards 2003 — novella — nomination
Locus Awards 2003 — novella — 3rd place
“Yes We Have No Bananas” • short fiction • Eclipse Three, 2009
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Locus Awards 2010 — novelette — 25th place
“Yes, We Have No Bananas” • short fiction • Eclipse Three, 2009
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Sidewise Awards 2010 — short form — nomination

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