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Awards DRAFT


 1973:

▪ John W. Cambell Award: for Nomination and Finalist for the Best New Writer in SF&F


1974:

▪ Nebula Award: Nomination for  “With Morning Comes Mistfall”— short story

▪ Hugo Award: Nomination for  “With Morning Comes Mistfall” — short story




1975:

▪ Nebula Award: Nomination for  “A Song for Lya”  — novella

▪ Hugo Award: WINNER  for  “A Song for Lya” — novella

▪ Jupiter Awards: Nomination for SF novels & short stories “A Song for Lya” — novella

▪ Locus Poll: “A Song for Lya”  — novella — 2nd place


1976:

▪ Nebula Award: Nomination for “The Storms of Windhaven” — novella

▪ Hugo Award: Nomination for “And Seven Times Never Kill Man”— novelette
▪ Hugo Award: Nomination for “The Storms of Windhaven”— novella

▪ Locus Award: WINNER  “The Storms of Windhaven” — novella


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▪ Locus Award: WINNER A Song for Lya and Other Stories (Avon) author collection




1978:

▪ Nebula Award: Nomination “The Stone City” (New Voices in Science Fiction) — novelette

▪ Hugo Award: Nomination for Dying of the Light  — novel


1979:

▪ British Fantasy Awards:  Nomination published in the UK Dying of the Light — novel

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1980:

▪ Hugo Award: WINNER for “The Way of Cross and Dragon”  — short story
▪ Hugo Award: WINNER for “Sandkings” — novelette

▪ Nebula Award: WINNER for ““Sandkings” — novelette
▪ Nebula Award: Nomination for “The Way of Cross and Dragon”  — short story

▪ Locus Award: WINNER  “Sandkings”  — novelette
▪ Locus Award: WINNER  “The Way of Cross and Dragon” — short story

▪ Balrog Awards Nomination for “Sandkings”— short fiction

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1981:

▪ Hugo Award: Nomination for “Nightflyers” — novella
▪ Hugo Award: Nomination for “One-Wing”— novella

▪ Analog Readers Poll  WINNER for “One-Wing” — serial
▪ Analog Readers Poll  WINNER for “Nightflyers” — novella/novelette

▪ Locus Award: WINNER  for “Nightflyers”  — novellaIMG_3590


1982:

▪ Hugo Award: Nomination for “Guardians” — novelette —

▪ Locus Award: WINNER Sandkings (Timescape) — single author collection —
▪ Locus Award: WINNER  “Guardians” — novelette
▪ Locus Poll: Windhaven (by GRRM & Lisa Tuttle)  — sf novel — 2nd place

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1983:

▪ Nebula Award: Nomination for “Unsound Variations”— novella
▪ Nebula Award: Nomination for “The Monkey Treatment” (F&SF Jul 1983) — novelette

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▪ Hugo Award: Nomination for “The Monkey Treatment” (F&SF Jul 1983) — novelette

▪ World Fantasy Award: Nomination for Fevre Dream (Poseidon) — novel
▪ World Fantasy Award: Nomination for The Armageddon Rag (Poseidon) — novel

▪ Seiun Awards WINNER in Japan for “Nightflyers” — foreign short fiction

▪ Balrog Awards WINNER for The Armageddon Rag (Poseidon) — novel

▪ Locus Award: WINNER “The Monkey Treatment” (F&SF Jul 1983) — novelette
▪ Locus Poll: “Unsound Variations” (Amazing Stories Jan 1982) — novella — 2nd place

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1986:

▪ Nebula Award: WINNER for “Portraits of His Children”  — novelette

▪ Hugo Award: Nomination for “Portraits of His Children”  — novelette

▪ Analog Readers Poll: WINNER for “Loaves and Fishes”— novella/novelette
▪ Analog Readers Poll: for “Manna from Heaven”— novella/novelette — 2nd place

▪ Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Poll: WINNER for “Portraits of His Children”— novelette


IMG_35911987:                                                                    ▪ World Fantasy Award: Nomination for Night Visions 3 — collection/anthology

▪ Locus Poll: “The Glass Flower” (Asimov’s Sep 1986) — novelette — 3rd place                           ▪ Writers Guild Award:  Nomination for best teleplay, “Beauty and the Beast

▪ Daedalus Award: WINNER in SF&F for Wild Cards  — novel

▪ Gigamesh Award: WINNER for Spanish Fantasy Songs a Dead Man Sing—Best Collection/Anthology



1988:

▪ Hugo Award: Nomination for “Wild Cards” (series) — other forms

▪ World Fantasy Award: Nomination for “The Pear-Shaped Man” — novella

▪ Bram Stoker Awards WINNER for “The Pear-Shaped Man” — novella

▪ Emmy Award: Nomination for Outstanding Drama Series “Beauty & the Beast

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1989:

▪ Bram Stoker Awards: Nomination for “The Skin Trade” (Night Visions 5) — novelette

▪ Emmy Award Nomination for Outstanding Drama Series “Beauty and the Beast

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1997:

▪ Nebula Award: Nomination for “Blood of the Dragon”— novella

▪ Hugo Award: WINNER for “Blood of the Dragon” — novella

▪ World Fantasy Award: Nomination for A Game of Thrones  — novel
▪ World Fantasy Award: Nomination for “Blood of the Dragon” — novella

▪ HOMer Awards:  Nomination for “Blood of the Dragon”  — novella

▪ Locus Award: WINNER A Game of Thrones — fantasy novel
▪ Locus Poll: “Blood of the Dragon” (Asimov’s Jul 1996) — novella — 2nd place


1998:

▪ Nebula Award: Nomination for A Game of Thrones  novel — nomination


1999:

▪ World Fantasy Award: Nomination for “The Hedge Knight” (Legends) — novella

▪ Locus Award: WINNER  A Clash of Kings — fantasy —novel


2000:

▪ Nebula Award: Nomination for  A Clash of Kings — novel

▪ SF Site Readers Poll: WINNER for A Clash of Kings — sf/fantasy book10florida53


2001:

▪ Hugo Award: Nomination for A Storm of Swords— novel

▪ Locus Award: WINNER A Storm of Swords — fantasy novel
▪ Locus Poll:  “Path of the Dragon” (Asimov’s Dec 2000) — novella — 3rd place

▪ SF Site Readers Poll: WINNER for A Storm of Swords  — novel

▪ Seiun Awards: Nomination in Japan for “’…for a single yesterday’” — foreign short story

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2002:

▪ Nebula Award: Nomination for A Storm of Swords (Bantam Spectra) — novel

▪ Geffen Awards — WINNER for SF works in Hebrew for A Storm of Swords — fantasy



 


2003:

▪ Ignotus Awards — WINNER for SF works published in Spain, for A Game of Thrones (Juego de tronos) — foreign novel



2004:

▪ Skylark Award — WINNER for contribution to SF presented by NESFA

▪ World Fantasy Award: Nomination for GRRM: A RRetrospective — collection

▪ International Horror Guild: Nomination for GRRM: A RRetrospective— collection

▪ Ignotus Awards: WINNER for A Clash of Kings (Choque de reyes) — foreign novel
▪ Ignotus Awards: WINNER for SF works published in Spain, for “The Ice Dragon” (“El dragón de hielo“) — foreign short story

▪ Locus Poll:  GRRM: A RRetrospective  — collection — 2nd place

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▪ Seiun Awards: for SF/F in Japan Nomination for “The Ice Dragon” — translated short story



 

 


 


2006:

▪ Hugo Award: Nomination for A Feast for Crows — novel

▪ British Fantasy Awards: Nomination for A Feast for Crows —novel

▪ Quill Award:  Nomination for A Feast for Crows — sf/fantasy/horror

▪ Seiun Awards: for SF/F in Japan Nomination for Tuf Voyaging — translated long form

▪ SF Site Readers Poll:  A Feast for Crows  — sf/fantasy book — 2nd place

▪ Locus Poll:  A Feast for Crows — fantasy novel — 2nd place


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2008:

▪ Xatafi-Cyberdark — for SF works published in Spain Nomination for A Feast for Crows (Festín de Cuervos) — foreign book



 


2010:

▪ Locus Poll: Songs of the Dying Earth: Stories in Honor of Jack Vance (GRRM & Gardner Dozois, eds.) — anthology — 3rd place


2011:

▪ Seiun Awards: Nomination for SF/F in Japan for Hunters Run— foreign novel

▪ Locus Award: WINNER for Warriors (GRRM & Gardner Dozois, eds.)— anthology
▪ Locus Poll: “The Mystery Knight” (Warriors) — novella — 3rd place


2012:

▪ Declared “One of the Most Influential People of 2011” by Time Magazine

▪ World Fantasy Award: lifetime achievement WINNER for Fantasy works

▪ Hugo Award: Nomination for A Dance with Dragons — novel

▪ British Fantasy Awards:, Nomination for A Dance with Dragons— novel

▪ Locus Award: WINNER for A Dance with Dragons — fantasy novel

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2013:

▪ Hugo Award: WINNER for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form for Game of Thrones, Season 2, Episode 9, “Blackwater” (screenwriter)

▪ Phantastik Preis for SF/F works published in Germany WINNER for A Dance with Dragons (Der Sohn des Greifen/Ein Tanz mit Drachen) — foreign novel

▪ Geffen Awards — WINNER for SF works in Hebrew for A Dance with Dragons — fantasy book

▪ Writers Guild Award: Nomination for Game of Thrones  — Best Drama Seires

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2014:

▪ Harris Collection Literary Award presented by Brown University

▪ Hugo Award: Nomination for “The Meathouse Man” (with Raya Golden)— graphic story

▪ World Fantasy Award: WINNER for Dangerous Women — anthology

▪ Phantastik Preis: Nomination for :”The Hedge Knight/The Sworn Sword/The Mystery Knight” (Der Heckenritter von Westeros: Das Urteil der Sieben) — foreign novel

▪ Reddit Fantasy Stabby Award: WINNER Best of 2014 for Rouges – anthology

▪ Locus Award: WINNER for Old Mars (GRRM & Gardner Dozois, eds.) — anthology
▪ Locus Poll: “The Princess and the Queen” (Dangerous Women) — novella — 3rd place

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2015:

▪ Northwestern University Medill Hall of Achievement Award

▪ World Fantasy Award: Nomination for Rogues (GRRM & Gardner Dozois)  — anthology

▪ Locus Award: WINNER for Rogues (GRRM & Gardner Dozois, eds.)  — anthology

▪ Writers Guild Award: Nomination for Best Episodic Drama (best episode “The Lion and the Rose”)

▪ Emmy Award: for Drama Series – WINNER for Game of Thrones, Season 5

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2016:

Locus Poll: Old Venus (GRRM & Gardner Dozois, eds.)— anthology Nomination— TBD

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