Douglas Smith


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Awards Summary

 

 

 

Awards Won: 2

Total Number of Award Wins and Nominations: 19

Times Served as Judge: 1

Aurora Awardsfor Canadian SF/F in English and in French, voted by members of annual convention
(17 nominations; 2 wins)

“The Walker of the Shifting Borderland” (On Spec #90, Fall 2012) — short fiction in English — winner

Chimerascope (ChiZine) — other work in English — nomination

“Radio Nowhere” (Campus Chills) — short-form work in English — nomination

Impossibilia (PS Publishing) — long-form work in English — nomination

“A Bouquet of Flowers in a Vase by Van Gogh” (Impossibilia) — short-form work in English — nomination

“Doorways ” (Postscripts #17) — short-form work in English — nomination

“The Dancer at the Red Door ” (Under Cover of Darkness) — short-form work in English — nomination

“Going Harvey in the Big House” (Cicada Jan/Feb 2005) — short-form work in English — nomination

“Enlightenment ” (Interzone #194 Sep/Oct 2004) — short-form work in English — nomination

“Jigsaw ” (Odyssey: Tales From the Wonder Zone) — short-form work in English — nomination

“Scream Angel ” (Low Port) — short-form work in English — winner

“By Her Hand, She Draws You Down ” (The Third Alternative #28 Autumn 2001) — short-form work in English — nomination

“The Red Bird ” (On Spec Sum 2001) — short-form work in English — nomination

“State of Disorder ” (Amazing Stories Winter 1999) — short-form work in English — nomination

“Symphony ” (Prairie Fire Vol. 19 #4) — short-form work in English — nomination

“New Year's Eve” (Interzone #128 Feb 1998) — short-form work in English — nomination

“Spirit Dance ” (Tesseracts6) — short-form work in English — nomination

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

finalist

Sunburst Awardfor novel or book-length collection by a Canadian, juried
(1 nomination)

Chimerascope (ChiZine) — Adult — nomination


— As Judge —
Endeavour Awardfor best book by a Pacific Northwest writer, juried
 



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