Ray Bradbury


science fiction awards database

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“...And the Moon Be Still as Bright” • Thrilling Wonder Stories Jun 1948
anthologies:
“The Black Ferris” • short fiction
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Seiun Awards 1973 — foreign short story — winner
“The Blue Bottle” • short fiction
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Seiun Awards 1972 — foreign short story — winner
Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales • collection • HarperCollins/Morrow, 2003
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Locus Awards 2004 — collection — 3rd place
“Dark They Were, and Golden-Eyed” • Thrilling Wonder Stories Aug 1949
anthologies:
The Day It Rained Forever • collection • Rupert Hart-Davis, 1959
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Dinosaur Tales • collection • Bantam, 1983
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“The Dragon” • short fiction • Knopf, 1955
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Hugo Awards 1956 — short story — nomination
Driving Blind • collection • Avon, 1997
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World Fantasy Awards 1998 — collection — nomination
British Fantasy Awards 1999 — collection — nomination
“Dwellers in Silence” • Maclean's Sep 15 1948
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Fahrenheit 451 • novel • Ballantine, 1953
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Geffen Awards 2002 — sf book — winner
Prometheus Awards 1984 — hall of fame — winner
Retro Hugo Awards 2004 — novel — winner
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“Forever and the Earth” • Planet Stories Spr 1950
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“The Fox in the Forest” • Colliers May 13 1950
anthologies:
From the Dust Returned • novel • HarperCollins/Morrow, 2001
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World Fantasy Awards 2002 — novel — nomination
Bram Stoker Awards 2002 — novel — nomination
Locus Awards 2002 — fantasy novel — 8th place
Futuria Fantasia
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Retro Hugo Awards 2016 — fanzine — winner
“Gotcha!” • short fiction • Redbook Aug 1978
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Locus Awards 1979 — short story — 12th place
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“Hollerbochen's Dilemma” • short fiction • Imagination! Jan 1938
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Retro Hugo Awards 2014 — short story — nomination
“Homecoming” • Mademoiselle Oct 1946
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The Illustrated Martian Chronicles (by RB, illustrated by Ian Miller) • novel • Bantam, 1979
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Locus Awards 1980 — art or illustrated book — 17th place
“King of the Gray Spaces” • short fiction • Famous Fantastic Mysteries Dec 1943
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Retro Hugo Awards 2019 — short story — nomination
Long After Midnight • collection • Knopf, 1976
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World Fantasy Awards 1977 — collection/anthology — nomination
“Lorelei of the Red Mist” (by RB & Leigh Brackett) • Planet Stories Sum 1946
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“The Man” • Thrilling Wonder Stories Feb 1949
anthologies:
The Martian Chronicles • story-cycle • Doubleday, 1950
citations:
A Medicine for Melancholy • collection • Doubleday, 1959
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“A Miracle of Rare Device” • Playboy Jan 1962
anthologies:
“Mr. Pale” • Driving Blind, 1997
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One More for the Road • collection • HarperCollins/Morrow, 2002
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Bram Stoker Awards 2003 — fiction collection — winner
“Pillar of Fire” • Planet Stories Sum 1948
anthologies:
“The Poems” • short fiction
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Seiun Awards 1971 — foreign short story — winner
Quicker than the Eye • collection • Avon, 1996
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Locus Awards 1997 — collection — 3rd place
R Is for Rocket • collection • Doubleday, 1962
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S Is for Space • collection • Doubleday, 1966
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“The Shoreline at Sunset” • F&SF Mar 1959
anthologies:
“A Sound of Thunder” • Colliers Jun 28 1952
anthologies:
Switch on the Night (by RB, illustrated by Leo & Diane Dillon) • short fiction • Knopf, 1993
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Locus Awards 1994 — art book — 10th place
“The Thing at the Top of the Stairs” • short fiction • The Toynbee Convector, 1988
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Bram Stoker Awards 1989 — short story — nomination
The Toynbee Convector • collection • Knopf, 1988
awards:
Bram Stoker Awards 1989 — collection — nomination
Locus Awards 1989 — collection — 11th place
Twice Twenty-two • omnibus • Doubleday [SFBC], 1966
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