The Seiun Award is awarded for the best science fiction published in Japan during the preceding year, as decided by a vote of attendees of the Japan Science Fiction Convention. Gibson won once, for Neuromancer in 1987, and received a second nomination for All Tomorrow's Parties in 2001.
|1987||NeuromancerNeuromancer||Best Foreign Language Novel of the Year||Won||—|
|2001||All Tomorrow's PartiesAll Tomorrow's Parties||Best Foreign Language Novel of the Year||Nominated||—|
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