Terry Dowling


science fiction awards database

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2013
“The Sleepover” • short fiction • Exotic Gothic 5
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2014 — horror short story — nomination

2010
Amberjack: Tales of Fear and Wonder • collection • Subterranean Press
awards:
Locus Awards 2011 — collection — 25th place
Clowns at Midnight • novel • PS Publishing
awards:
Locus Awards 2011 — first novel — 10th place

2007
Rynemonn • collection • coeur de lion
awards:
Locus Awards 2008 — collection — 20th place
Aurealis Awards 2008 — Peter McNamara Convenors' Award — winner
“Toother” • short fiction • Eclipse
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2008 — horror short story — nomination

2006
Basic Black: Tales of Appropriate Fear • collection • Cemetery Dance
awards:
Bram Stoker Awards 2007 — collection — nomination
Locus Awards 2007 — collection — 24th place
International Horror Guild Awards 2007 — collection — winner (tie)
“Cheat Light” • short fiction • Basic Black: Tales of Appropriate Fear
awards:
International Horror Guild Awards 2007 — short fiction — nomination

2003
“Rynemonn” • short fiction • Forever Shores
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2004 — novella or novelette — nomination

2001
The Essential Ellison: A 50-Year Retrospective: Revised and Expanded (Harlan Ellison; TD with Richard Delap & Gil Lamont, eds.) • collection • Morpheus International
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2002 — collection — nomination
“The Lagan Fishers” • short fiction • Sci Fiction 11 Apr 2001
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2002 — fantasy short story — nomination
, for Schizm: Mysterious Journey (computer game) (Detalion & L.K. Avalon)
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2002 — Convenors' Award — nomination

2000
“Basic Black” • short fiction • Blackwater Days
awards:
Ditmar Awards 2001 — short story — nomination
Blackwater Days • collection • Eidolon
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2001 — collection — nomination
Aurealis Awards 2001 — horror novel — nomination
Ditmar Awards 2001 — collected work — winner
“The Saltimbanques” • short fiction • Blackwater Days
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 2001 — short fiction — nomination
Ditmar Awards 2001 — short story — winner (tie)

1999
Antique Futures: The Best of Terry Dowling • collection • MP Books
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2000 — Convenors' Award — winner
Ditmar Awards 2000 — collected work — nomination
“The View in Nancy's Window” • short fiction • Interzone #146 Aug 1999
awards:
Aurealis Awards 2000 — sf short story — nomination

1997
“Jenny Come to Play” • short fiction • Eidolon #25/26 Spring 1997
awards:
Aurealis Awards 1998 — horror short story — winner

1996
“Beckoning Nightframe” • short fiction • Eidolon Publications #22/23 Spring 1996
awards:
Aurealis Awards 1997 — horror short story — nomination
“His Own, The Star Alphecca” • short fiction • Eidolon #20 Summer 1996
awards:
Aurealis Awards 1997 — sf short story — nomination
“The Ichneumon and the Dormeuse” • short fiction • Interzone #106 Apr 1996
awards:
Aurealis Awards 1997 — sf short story — nomination
Ditmar Awards 1997 — Australian short fiction — nomination

1995
An Intimate Knowledge of the Night • collection • Aphelion
awards:
Aurealis Awards 1996 — horror novel — winner
Ditmar Awards 1996 — long fiction — nomination

1994
“Scaring the Train” • short fiction • The Man Who Lost Red
awards:
Aurealis Awards 1996 — horror short story — nomination

1993
Mortal Fire: Best Australian SF (TD & Van Ikin, eds.) • anthology • Coronet
awards:
Locus Awards 1994 — anthology — 17th place
citations:
Twilight Beach • novel • Aphelion Publications
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1994 — long fiction or collection — nomination

1992
Blue Tyson • collection • Aphelion Publications
awards:
Locus Awards 1993 — collection — 11th place
Ditmar Awards 1993 — long fiction — nomination
“Privateer's Moon” • short fiction
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1993 — short fiction — nomination
“Ship's Eye” • short fiction
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1993 — short fiction — nomination

1991
“A Deadly Edge Their Red Beaks Pass Along” • short fiction • Wormwood
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1992 — short fiction — nomination
“Nobody's Fool” • short fiction • Wormwood
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1992 — short fiction — nomination
“Vanities” • short fiction
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1992 — short fiction — nomination
Wormwood • collection • Aphelion Publications
awards:
Locus Awards 1992 — collection — 13th place
Ditmar Awards 1992 — novel or collection — winner
Readercon Awards 1992 — collection — winner

1990
Rynosseros • collection • Aphelion Publications
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1991 — Australian novel or anthology — winner
citations:

1989
“The Quiet Redemption of Andy the House” • short fiction • Australian Short Stories #26 Jun 1989
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1990 — Australian short fiction — winner

1987
“For as Long as You Burn” • short fiction • Aphelion #5
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1988 — Australian long fiction — winner
“The Last Elephant” • short fiction • Australian Short Stories #20
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1988 — Australian short fiction — winner
“Marmordesse” • short fiction • Omega Jan 1987
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1988 — Australian short fiction — nomination

1986
“A Dragon Between His Fingers” • short fiction • Omega May/Jun 1986
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1987 — Australian short fiction — nomination
“The Man Who Lost Red” • short fiction • Aphelion #2
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1987 — Australian short fiction — winner
“Time of the Star” • short fiction • Aphelion #3
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1987 — Australian short fiction — nomination

1985
“The Bullet That Grows in the Gun” • short fiction • Urban Fantasies
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1986 — Australian short fiction — winner

1984
“The Maze Man” • short fiction • Men's Journal Summer 1984
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1985 — Australian short fiction — nomination
“Terrarium” • short fiction • Omega May/Jun 1984
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1985 — Australian short fiction — winner

1982
Ditmar Awards 1983 — Australian fan writer — nomination
“Kirth Gersen: The Other Demon Prince” • short fiction • Science Fiction #11
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1983 — William Atheling Jr. Award for Criticism or Review — winner
“The Lever of Life: Winning and Losing in the Fiction of Cordwainer Smith” • short fiction • Science Fiction #10
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1983 — William Atheling Jr. Award for Criticism or Review — nomination
“The Man Who Walks Away Behind the Eyes” • short fiction • Omega May 1982
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1983 — Australian sf or fantasy — winner

1979
“The Art of Xenography” • short fiction • Science Fiction #3
awards:
Ditmar Awards 1980 — William Atheling Jr. Award for Criticism or Review — nomination



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