Campbell Memorial Award

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Sheri S. Tepper - Works - Novels - Non-series
... UK edition is author's preferred text) -- Locus Award winner, 1992 Shadow's End (1994) Gibbon's Decline Fall (1996) -- Arthur C ... Clarke Award nominee, 1997 The Family Tree (1997) -- Arthur C ... Clarke Award nominee, 1998 Six Moon Dance (1998) Singer from the Sea (1999) The Fresco (2000) -- John W ...
List Of Awards And Nominations Received By Geoff Ryman - John W. Campbell Memorial Award
... Year Recipient Award Result 1988 The Unconquered Country John W ... Campbell Memorial Award for best SF novel 3rd 1990 The Child Garden John W ... Campbell Memorial Award for best SF novel Won 2005 Air, or Have not Have John W ...
Ian McDonald (British Author) - Awards
... Clarke Award Best Novel nominee (1990) Desolation Road Locus Award First Novel winner (1989) Desolation Road Philip K ... Dick Award Best Collection winner (1991) King of Morning, Queen of Day Locus Fantasy Award nominee (1992) King of Morning, Queen of Day Arthur C ... Clarke Award Best Novel nominee (1993) Hearts, Hands, and Voices British Science Fiction Award nominee (1992) Hearts, Hands, and Voices World Fantasy Best Short story nominee (1994) Some Strange ...
List Of Awards And Nominations Received By William Gibson - Awards - John W. Campbell Memorial Award
... Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel is awarded by a jury to an outstanding novel published during the previous year ... Gibson has been nominated twice for the award, but has not won ... Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel 3rd — 1992 The Difference EngineThe Difference Engine John W ...

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