Gaylactic Spectrum Awards Winners By Year


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  Gaylactic Spectrum Awards  
2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011
2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001
2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991
 
— 2018 —
novel Passing Strange, Ellen Klages
 
— 2017 —
novel Mother of Souls, Heather Rose Jones
 
— 2016 —
novel Luna: New Moon, Ian McDonald
 
— 2015 —
novel Fairs' Point, Melissa Scott
 
— 2014 —
novel Death by Silver, Melissa Scott & Amy Griswold
 
— 2013 —
novel The Song of Achilles, Madeline Miller
 
— 2012 —
novel Honeyed Words, J. A. Pitts
 
— 2011 —
novel Under the Poppy, Kathe Koja
 
— 2010 —
novel The Steel Remains, Richard K. Morgan
short fiction (tie) “The Rocky Side of the Sky”, Melissa Scott
short fiction (tie) “The Behold of the Eye”, Hal Duncan
 
— 2009 —
novel The Stratford Man (Hell and Earth/Ink and Steel), Elizabeth Bear
 
— 2008 —
novel Wicked Gentlemen, Ginn Hale
short fiction “Ever So Much More than Twenty”, Joshua Lewis
 
— 2007 —
novel Vellum, Hal Duncan
short fiction (tie) “Instinct”, Joy Parks
short fiction (tie) “In the Quake Zone”, David Gerrold
short fiction (tie) “The Language of Moths”, Christopher Barzak
other work (tie) Torchwood, Russell T. Davies, et al
other work (tie) The Future Is Queer, Richard Labonte & Lawrence Schimel, eds.
other work (tie) V for Vendetta, James McTiegue, et al
 
— 2006 —
novel Cagebird, Karin Lowachee
 
— 2005 —
novel Earth Logic, Laurie Marks
short fiction “Country People”, Richard Hall
other work no award
 
— 2004 —
novel The Salt Roads, Nalo Hopkinson
short fiction “Lark Till Dawn, Princess”, Barth Anderson
other work (tie) Gotham Central #6 - 10 (Half a Life), Greg Rucka & Michael Lark
other work (tie) Angels in America, Tony Kushner
 
— 2003 —
novel Fire Logic, Laurie J. Marks
short fiction “Three Letters from the Queen of Elfland”, Sarah Monette
comic book/graphic novel (tie) The Authority #28 & 29, Various
comic book/graphic novel (tie) Green Lantern: Hate Crime #154 & 155, Judd Winnick
other work Queer Fear II, Michael Rowe, ed.
hall of fame The Tale of the Five (series), Diane Duane
hall of fame The Holdfast Chronicles, Suzy McKee Charnas
hall of fame The Left Hand of Darkness, Ursula K. Le Guin
hall of fame Shadow Man, Melissa Scott
 
— 2002 —
novel The Song of the Earth, Hugh Nissenson
short fiction “Kindred”, Alexis Glynn Latner
other work Bending the Landscape: Horror, Nicola Griffith & Stephen Pagel, eds.
hall of fame Alpha Flight #106
hall of fame Dhalgren, Samuel R. Delany
hall of fame The Female Man, Joanna Russ
hall of fame Was, Geoff Ryman
 
— 2001 —
novel Jumping Off the Planet, David Gerrold
other work Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV series)
special achievement Samuel R. Delany
hall of fame Imperial Earth, Arthur C. Clarke
hall of fame The Sparrow/Children of God, Mary Doria Russell
hall of fame The Weetzie Bat Books (collected as Dangerous Angels), Francesca Lia Block
People's Choice Award Buffy the Vampire Slayer
 
— 2000 —
novel (tie) The Gumshoe, the Witch, and the Virtual Corpse, Keith Hartman
novel (tie) The Wild Swans, Peg Kerr
short fiction “Dapple: A Hwarhath Historical Romance”, Eleanor Arnason
other work Being John Malkovich
hall of fame (tie) “The World Well Lost”, Theodore Sturgeon
hall of fame (tie) Slow River, Nicola Griffith
hall of fame (tie) Swordspoint, Ellen Kushner
hall of fame - media (tie) The Rocky Horror Picture Show
hall of fame - media (tie) Quantum Leap: “Running for Honor”
People's Choice Award The Gumshoe, the Witch, and the Virtual Corpse, Keith Hartman
 
— 1999 —
novel (tie) Dark Water's Embrace, Stephen Leigh
novel (tie) Accidental Creatures, Anne Harris
other work Bending the Landscape: Science Fiction, Nicola Griffith & Stephen Pagel, eds.
hall of fame (tie) Uranian Worlds: A Reader's Guide to Alternative Sexuality in Science Fiction and Fantasy, Eric Garber & Lyn Paleo, eds.
hall of fame (tie) China Mountain Zhang, Maureen F. McHugh
People's Choice Award Shadow Man, Melissa Scott


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