Thomas M. Disch


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Awards Summary

 

Major Awards: 3

Locus Awards: 2

Other Awards: 5

Total Number of Award Wins and Nominations: 63

Times Served as Judge: 1

— Major Awards —
Hugo Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by members of annual World Science Fiction Convention
(4 nominations; 1 win)

The Dreams Our Stuff Is Made Of: How Science Fiction Conquered the World (The Free Press) — related book — winner

“The Brave Little Toaster” (F&SF Aug 1980) — novella — nomination

On Wings of Song (F&SF Feb,Mar,Apr 1979; St. Martin's) — novel — nomination

“The Man Who Had No Idea” (F&SF Oct 1978) — novelette — nomination

Nebula Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by SF & Fantasy Writers of America professional membership
(9 nominations)

“Voices of the Kill” (Full Spectrum) — short story — nomination

“Understanding Human Behavior” (F&SF Feb 1982) — novelette — nomination

“The Brave Little Toaster” (F&SF Aug 1980) — novella — nomination

On Wings of Song (F&SF Feb,Mar,Apr 1979; St. Martin's) — novel — nomination

334 (Avon) — novel — nomination

“The Asian Shore” (Orbit 6) — novelette — nomination

The Genocides (Berkley) — novel — nomination

“102 H-Bombs” (Fantastic Mar 1965) — novelette — nomination

“Come to Venus Melancholy” (F&SF Nov 1965) — short story — nomination

Bram Stoker Awardsfor Horror works, voted by Horror Writer's Association professional membership
(1 nomination)

The M.D. (Knopf) — novel — nomination

British SF Association Awardsfor SF works published in the UK, voted by British SF Association members
(3 nominations; 1 win)

“The First Annual Performance Arts Festival at the Slaughter Rock Battlefield” (Interzone #131 May 1998) — short fiction — nomination

“The Brave Little Toaster” (F&SF Aug 1980) — short fiction — winner

On Wings of Song (Gollancz) — novel — nomination

John W. Campbell Memorial Awardfor SF novel published in US or UK; juried
(1 nomination; 1 win)

On Wings of Song (St. Martin's) — winner

— Locus Awards and Poll —
Locus Awardsfor SF/F/H works, polled by readers of Locus Magazine
(23 nominations; 2 wins)

The Word of God: Or, Holy Writ Rewritten (Tachyon) — novella — 6th place

The Wall of America (Tachyon) — collection — 10th place

“The Shadow” (F&SF Dec 2001) — short story — 14th place

The Sub (Knopf) — fantasy novel — 16th place

The Dreams Our Stuff Is Made Of: How Science Fiction Conquered the World (The Free Press) — nonfiction — winner

The Priest (Millennium) — dark fantasy/horror novel — 11th place

“The Abduction of Bunny Steiner, or A Shameless Lie” (Asimov's Apr 1992) — short story — 19th place

The M.D. (Knopf) — horror/dark fantasy novel — 4th place

“The Happy Turnip” (F&SF Oct 1989) — short story — 9th place

“Voices of the Kill” (Full Spectrum) — short story — 9th place

The Businessman (Harper & Row) — fantasy novel — 9th place

“Understanding Human Behavior” (F&SF Feb 1982) — novelette — 10th place

The Man Who Had No Idea (Bantam) — single author collection — 10th place

“The Grown-Up” (High Times Jul 1981) — short story — 20th place

“The Brave Little Toaster” (F&SF Aug 1980) — novelette — winner

Fundamental Disch (Bantam) — single author collection — 9th place

On Wings of Song (St. Martin's) — sf novel — 5th place

“The Man Who Had No Idea” (F&SF Oct 1978) — novelette — 8th place (tie)

Bad Moon Rising (Harper & Row) — original anthology — 14th place

“334” (New Worlds Quarterly #4) — novella — 9th place

Fun with Your New Head (Doubleday) — reprint anth/collection — 14th place (tie)

The Ruins of Earth (Putnam) — reprint anth/collection — 14th place (tie)

“The Asian Shore” (Orbit 6) — short fiction — 9th place

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

“No More Prisons” (Asimov's May 2002) — poem — 7th place (tie)

“A Record High” (Asimov's Jun 2002) — poem — 9th place (tie)

“In Memoriam: For a Colleague, Departed” (Asimov's Mar 1996) — poem — 9th place

“Endlessness” (Asimov's May 1994) — poem — 10th place (tie)

“The Wonders of Interstellar Free Trade” (Asimov's Jun 1994) — poem — 9th place

“Some Personal Pronouns” (Asimov's Apr 1993) — poem — 8th place

“Not” (Asimov's Feb 1992) — poem — 10th place (tie)

“A Child's Garden of Grammar: Nouns, Adjectives, Pronouns, If/Then, Maybe” (Asimov's Nov 1991) — poem — 4th place (tie)

“Verbs” (Asimov's Nov 1991) — poem — 8th place

Balrog Awardsfor fantasy works, presented an annual FoolsCon in Kansas City
(2 nominations)

On Wings of Song (F&SF Feb,Mar,Apr 1979) — novel — nomination

“The Brave Little Toaster” (F&SF Aug 1980) — short fiction — nomination

Ditmar Awardsfor Australian SF/F, voted by members of Australian National SF Convention
(2 nominations; 1 win)

“The Labor Day Group” (F&SF Feb 1981) — William Atheling Jr. Award for Criticism or Review — nomination

Camp Concentration — international sf — winner

Hayakawa's SF Magazine Reader's Awardfor short fiction published in Japan's Hayakawa's SF Magazine, voted by readers
(1 nomination; 1 win)

“The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars” — foreign short story — winner

Jupiter Awardsfor SF novels and stories, voted by instructors of SF courses in higher education
(1 nomination)

“Everyday Life in the Later Roman Empire” (Bad Moon Rising) — novelette — nomination

Rhysling Awardsfor SF/F poetry, voted by members of the SF Poetry Association
(1 nomination; 1 win)

“On Science Fiction” (TriQuarterly #49 Fall 1980) — long poem — winner

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

“Understanding Human Behavior” (F&SF Feb 1982) — novelette — 2nd place

Seiun Awardsfor SF/F works published in Japan, voted by members of annual Japanese SF Con
(3 nominations; 2 wins)

“The Asian Shore” — translated short story — nomination

“The Brave Little Toaster” — foreign short fiction — winner

“The Squirrel Cage” — foreign short story — winner

The American Book Awardsfor books in various categories, including paperback
(1 nomination)

On Wings of Song (St. Martin's) — sf hardcover — nomination

Xatafi-Cyberdarkfor SF works published in Spain, juried by critics
(1 nomination)

The Priest (El Cura) — foreign book — nomination


— As Judge —
Philip K. Dick Awardfor SF original paperback published in the US, juried
 



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