Avram Davidson


science fiction awards database

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ˇLimekiller! • collection • Old Earth Books, 2003
awards:
Locus Awards 2004 — collection — 10th place
The Adventures Of Doctor Eszterhazy • story-cycle • Owlswick, 1991
awards:
Locus Awards 1992 — collection — 8th place
awards:
Seiun Awards 1997 — overseas short story — nomination
anthologies:
The Avram Davidson Treasury (by AD, edited by Robert Silverberg & Grania Davis) • collection • Tor, 1998
awards:
British Fantasy Awards 1999 — anthology — nomination
Locus Awards 1999 — collection — winner
citations:
The Best of Avram Davidson • collection • Doubleday, 1979
awards:
Locus Awards 1980 — single author collection — 12th place
citations:
“Big Sam ”Alchemy & Academe, 1970
anthologies:
awards:
Nebula Awards 1999 — novella — nomination
Locus Awards 1999 — novella — 4th place
Clash of Star-Kings • novel • Ace Double, 1966
awards:
Nebula Awards 1967 — novella — nomination
Collected Fantasies of Avram Davidson • collection • Berkley, 1982
awards:
Locus Awards 1983 — single author collection — 11th place
“Dr. Bhumbo Singh ” • short fiction • F&SF Oct 1982
awards:
Locus Awards 1983 — short story — 8th place
The Enquiries of Doctor Eszterhazy • collection • Warner, 1975
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 1976 — collection — winner
“Eszterhazy and the Autogóndola-Invention” • short fiction • Amazing Stories Nov 1983
awards:
Nebula Awards 1984 — novella — nomination
Locus Awards 1984 — novella — 13th place
F&SF (Robert P. Mills & AD, eds.)
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Hugo Awards 1963 — professional magazine — winner
Hugo Awards 1964 — professional magazine — nomination
Hugo Awards 1965 — magazine — nomination
“A Far Countrie” • short fiction • Asimov's Nov 1993
awards:
Locus Awards 1994 — novella — 13th place
“A Good Night's Sleep” • short fiction • F&SF Aug 1978
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 1979 — short fiction — nomination
Locus Awards 1979 — novelette — 13th place
“The Head of Shemesh the Eshurian ” • short fiction • Heroic Visions II, 1986
awards:
Locus Awards 1987 — novella — 15th place
“The Hills Behind Hollywood High” (by AD & Grania Davis) • short fiction • F&SF Apr 1983
awards:
Locus Awards 1984 — novelette — 23rd place
anthologies:
“Limekiller at Large” • short fiction • Asimov's Jun 1990
awards:
Locus Awards 1991 — novelette — 24th place
Magic for Sale • anthology • Ace, 1983
awards:
Locus Awards 1984 — anthology — 7th place
“Naples ” • short fiction • Shadows, 1978
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 1979 — short fiction — winner
The Other Nineteenth Century • collection • Tor, 2001
awards:
Locus Awards 2002 — collection — 8th place
Peregrine: Secundus • novel • Berkley, 1981
awards:
Locus Awards 1982 — fantasy novel — 13th place
citations:
“Polly Charms, the Sleeping Woman” • short fiction • F&SF Feb 1975
awards:
Nebula Awards 1976 — novelette — nomination
Locus Awards 1976 — novelette — 10th place
The Redward Edward Papers • collection • Doubleday, 1978
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 1979 — collection/anthology — nomination
Locus Awards 1979 — single author collection — 15th place
“Rogue Dragon ” • short fiction • F&SF Jul 1965
awards:
Nebula Awards 1966 — novella — nomination
Rogue Dragon • novel • Ace, 1965
awards:
Nebula Awards 1966 — novel — nomination
“Sea-Scene, or, Vergil and the Ox-Thrall” • short fiction • Asimov's Feb 1993
awards:
Locus Awards 1994 — short story — 20th place (tie)
“The Slovo Stove ” • short fiction • Universe 15, 1985
awards:
World Fantasy Awards 1986 — short story — nomination
Locus Awards 1986 — novelette — 17th place
anthologies:
“The Spook-Box of Theodore Delafont De Brooks” • short fiction • Tomorrow Speculative Fiction Jul 1993
awards:
Locus Awards 1994 — novelette — 14th place
awards:
Nebula Awards 1981 — novella — nomination
Locus Awards 1981 — novella — 11th place
Vergil In Averno • novel • Doubleday, 1987
awards:
Nebula Awards 1988 — novel — nomination
“Young Doctor Eszterhazy” • short fiction • Amazing Stories Nov 1984
awards:
Nebula Awards 1985 — novella — nomination
Locus Awards 1985 — novella — 8th place

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