Memorial Award Nominee

Some articles on nominee, award, award nominee, awards:

Ian McDonald (British Author) - Awards
... Nebula Best Novelette nominee (1989) Unfinished Portrait of the King of Pain by Van Gogh Arthur C ... 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 ...
Sheri S. Tepper - Works - Novels - Non-series
1991) (Revised 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 ...
1990 Grammy Awards - Trivia
... This was the only Grammy ceremony that involved an award ultimately being revoked ... The award for Best New Artist was awarded to Milli Vanilli ... As a result the award was revoked a few days later ...
Ian McKellen
... He has won multiple Laurence Olivier Awards, a Tony Award, a Golden Globe Award, two Academy Award nominations, and five Emmy Award nominations ...
Harry Shearer - Awards
... one of the six regular voice actors from The Simpsons not to have won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance ... However, he was nominated for the award in 2009 for his performance as Kent Brockman, Lenny, Mr ... He lost the award to Dan Castellaneta ...

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    The award of a pure gold medal for poetry would flatter the recipient unduly: no poem ever attains such carat purity.
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