Robert A. Heinlein


science fiction awards database

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“"—We Also Walk Dogs"” • Astounding Jul 1941
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Between Planets • novel • Scribners, 1951
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“The Black Pits of Luna ” • The Saturday Evening Post Jan 10 1948
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“Blowups Happen ” • short fiction • Astounding Science-Fiction Sep 1940
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Retro Hugo Awards 2016 — novelette — nomination
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The Cat Who Walks Through Walls • novel • Putnam, 1985
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Locus Awards 1986 — sf novel — 6th place
“Complaint”
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“Coventry ” • short fiction
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Prometheus Awards 2017 — hall of fame — winner
Retro Hugo Awards 2016 — novella — nomination
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“Delilah and the Space-Rigger ” • Blue Book Dec 1949
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Expanded Universe • collection • Grosset & Dunlap, 1980
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Locus Awards 1981 — single author collection — 7th place
Farmer in the Sky • novel • Scribners, 1950
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Retro Hugo Awards 2001 — novel — winner
For Us, the Living • novel • Scribner, 2004
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Locus Awards 2005 — sf novel — 12th place
Friday • novel • Holt Rinehart Winston, 1982
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Hugo Awards 1983 — novel — nomination
Nebula Awards 1983 — novel — nomination
Locus Awards 1983 — sf novel — 3rd place
Prometheus Awards 1983 — novel — nomination
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“Future History” (series) • short fiction
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Hugo Awards 1966 — all-time series — nomination
“Gentlemen, Be Seated! ” • Argosy May 1948
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Grumbles from the Grave • nonfiction • Del Rey, 1989
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Hugo Awards 1990 — nonfiction book — nomination
Locus Awards 1990 — nonfiction — winner
I Will Fear No Evil • novel • Putnam, 1970
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Locus Awards 1971 — novel — 9th place
Seiun Awards 1978 — foreign novel — winner
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“If This Goes On...” • short fiction • Astounding Science-Fiction Feb 1940
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Retro Hugo Awards 2016 — novella — winner
Job: A Comedy of Justice • novel • Ballantine Del Rey, 1984
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Hugo Awards 1985 — novel — nomination
Nebula Awards 1985 — novel — nomination
Locus Awards 1985 — fantasy novel — winner
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“Let There Be Light” • Super Science Stories May 1940
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“Life-Line ” • Astounding Aug 1939
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“Magic, Inc.” • short fiction • Unknown Sep 1940
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Retro Hugo Awards 2016 — novella — nomination
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“The Man Who Sold the Moon” • short fiction • The Man Who Sold the Moon, 1950
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Retro Hugo Awards 2001 — novella — winner
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The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress • novel • Putnam, 1966
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Hugo Awards 1966 — novel — nomination
Hugo Awards 1967 — novel — winner
Nebula Awards 1967 — novel — nomination
Prometheus Awards 1983 — hall of fame — winner
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The Number of the Beast • novel • Fawcett, 1980
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Locus Awards 1981 — sf novel — 9th place
“Ordeal in Space ” • Town & Country May 1948
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“Prologue: An Interview with Mark Twain (excerpt from To Sail Beyond the Sunset)”
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Requiem • collection • Tor, 1940
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Retro Hugo Awards 2016 — short story — nomination
“Solution Unsatisfactory ” • Astounding May 1941
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Starship Troopers • novel • Putnam, 1959
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Hugo Awards 1960 — novel — winner
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Stranger in a Strange Land • novel • Putnam, 1961
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Hugo Awards 1962 — novel — winner
Prometheus Awards 1987 — hall of fame — winner
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Stranger In A Strange Land: Original Uncut Version • novel • Ace/Putnam, 1991
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Locus Awards 1991 — sf novel — 6th place
To Sail Beyond the Sunset • novel • Ace/Putnam, 1987
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Locus Awards 1988 — sf novel — 12th place
Prometheus Awards 1989 — novel — nomination
The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag • collection • Gnome Press, 1942
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Retro Hugo Awards 2018 — novella — nomination
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“Waldo ” • short fiction • Astounding Science Fiction Aug 1942
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Retro Hugo Awards 2018 — novella — winner
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