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science fiction awards database

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2014
The Future Falls • novel • DAW
awards:
Aurora Awards 2015 — novel — nomination

2012
The Silvered • novel • DAW
awards:
Aurora Awards 2013 — novel in English — winner

2011
The Wild Ways • novel • DAW
awards:
Gaylactic Spectrum Awards 2012 — novel — nomination

2009
The Enchantment Emporium • novel • DAW
awards:
Gaylactic Spectrum Awards 2010 — novel — nomination

2006
Smoke and Ashes • novel • DAW
awards:
Aurora Awards 2007 — long-form work in English — nomination
Gaylactic Spectrum Awards 2007 — novel — nomination

2005
Smoke and Mirrors • novel • DAW
awards:
Gaylactic Spectrum Awards 2006 — novel — nomination

2004
Smoke and Shadows • novel • DAW
awards:
Gaylactic Spectrum Awards 2005 — novel — nomination

2002
As JudgeSunburst Award 2002

2001

1999
The Quartered Sea • novel • DAW
awards:
Gaylactic Spectrum Awards 2000 — novel — nomination
What Ho, Magic! • collection • Meisha Merlin
awards:
Locus Awards 2000 — collection — 13th place

1997
The Blood Books • novel • DAW
awards:
Gaylactic Spectrum Awards 2001 — hall of fame — nomination

1996
No Quarter • novel • DAW
awards:
Aurora Awards 1997 — long-form work in English — nomination

1995
Fifth Quarter • novel • DAW
awards:
Sapphire Awards 1996 — novel — 2nd place

1993
Blood Lines • novel • DAW
awards:
Locus Awards 1993 — horror/dark fantasy novel — 7th place
citations:
Blood Pact • novel • DAW
awards:
Locus Awards 1994 — horror novel — 10th place

1992
Blood Trail • novel • DAW
awards:
Aurora Awards 1993 — long-form, English — nomination

1991
Blood Price • novel • DAW
awards:
Locus Awards 1992 — horror/dark fantasy novel — 5th place
Aurora Awards 1992 — long-form, English — nomination

1989
Gate of Darkness, Circle of Light • novel • DAW
awards:
Locus Awards 1990 — fantasy novel — 19th place
Aurora Awards 1991 — long-form, English — nomination
Aurora Awards 1990 — long-form, English — nomination

1988
Child of the Grove and The Last Wizard • novel • DAW
awards:

1987
“And Who Is Joah?” • short fiction • Amazing Stories Nov 1987
awards:
Aurora Awards 1988 — short-form, English — winner



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