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Awards Summary

 

Major Awards: 1

 

Other Awards: 3

Total Number of Award Wins and Nominations: 34

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

“Impossible Dreams” (Asimov's Jul 2006) — short story — winner

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

“Little Gods” (Strange Horizons Feb 2002) — short story — nomination

World Fantasy Awardsfor Fantasy works; juried, with nominations from World Fantasy Con members
(1 nomination)

Hart & Boot & Other Stories (Night Shade Books) — collection — nomination

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

“The Dude Who Collected Lovecraft” (by Nick Mamatas & TP) (Chizine #36) — short fiction — nomination

Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Awardfor SF short fiction in English; juried
(1 nomination)

“Her Voice in a Bottle” (Subterranean Win 2009) — finalist

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

Heirs of Grace (47North) — fantasy novel — 17th place

Antiquities and Tangibles and Other Stories (Merry Blacksmith) — collection — 23rd place

Rags & Bones (Melissa Marr & TP, eds.) (Little, Brown; Headline) — anthology — 13th place

Briarpatch (ChiZine) — fantasy novel — 18th place

Sympathy for the Devil (Night Shade) — anthology — 15th place

Spell Games (Bantam Spectra) — fantasy novel — 17th place

Blood Engines (Bantam Spectra) — fantasy novel — 18th place

“Artifice and Intelligence” (Strange Horizons 6 Aug 2007) — short story — 15th place

Hart & Boot & Other Stories (Night Shade Books) — collection — 12th place

“Cup and Table” (Twenty Epics) — short story — 22nd place

“Impossible Dreams” (Asimov's Jul 2006) — short story — 7th place

The Strange Adventures of Rangergirl (Bantam Spectra) — first novel — 4th place

Little Gods (Prime Books) — collection — 21st place

— Other Awards —
Asimov's Reader Pollfor stories, poems, and art published by Asimov's, polled by readers
(6 nominations; 1 win)

“Impossible Dreams” (Asimov's Jul 2006) — short story — winner

“Destination” (Asimov's Mar 2005) — poem — 4th place

“My Night with Aphrodite” (Asimov's Jan 2003) — poem — 4th place (tie)

“Still Life, with Frog” (Asimov's Oct/Nov 2003) — poem — 8th place (tie)

“Bacchanal” (Asimov's Apr 2001) — poem — 9th place (tie)

“Incident” (Asimov's Jul 2001) — poem — 10th place

Emperor Norton Awardfor extraordinary invention and creativity
(1 nomination; 1 win)

The Strange Adventures of Rangergirlwinner

Gaylactic Spectrum Awardsfor SF/F/H on GLBT themes, voted by members of Gaylactic Network
(3 nominations)

The Strange Adventures of Rangergirl (Bantam Spectra) — novel — nomination

“Down With the Lizards and the Bees” (Realms of Fantasy Aug 2003) — short fiction — nomination

“Living with the Harpy” (Strange Horizons 27 Oct 2003) — short fiction — nomination

Interzone Readers Pollfor stories published in Interzone magazine, polled by readers
(1 nomination)

“Unexpected Outcomes” (Interzone #222 Jun 2009) — story — 6th place (tie)

John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writerfor new SF/F writer, voted by members of annual World SF con
(1 nomination)

finalist

Mythopoeic Awardsfor fantasy works in the spirit of the Inklings, voted by members of the Mythopoeic Society
(1 nomination)

The Strange Adventures of Rangergirl (Bantam Spectra) — adult literature — nomination

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

“Making Monsters” (Strange Horizons 19 Jul 2004) — long poem — 2nd place

“Soul Searching” (Strange Horizons 12 Jul 2004) — long poem — winner

Seiun Awardsfor SF/F works published in Japan, voted by members of annual Japanese SF Con
(1 nomination)

“Impossible Dreams” — translated short form — nomination






















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