John Varley


science fiction awards database

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Awards Summary

Career and Special Awards: 1

Major Awards: 5

Locus Awards: 10

Other Awards: 11

Total Number of Award Wins and Nominations: 90

Times Served as Judge: 3

— Career and Special Awards —
Robert A. Heinlein Awardfor hard SF inspiring space exploration, presented by the Heinlein Society
winner

— Major Awards —
Hugo Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by members of annual World Science Fiction Convention
(15 nominations; 3 wins)

Steel Beach (Ace/Putnam) — novel — nomination

“PRESS ENTER[]” (Asimov's May 1984) — novella — winner

Millennium (Berkley) — novel — nomination

“Blue Champagne” (New Voices 4) — novella — nomination

“The Pusher” (F&SF Oct 1981) — short story — winner

Wizard (Berkley/Putnam) — novel — nomination

“Beatnik Bayou” (New Voices III) — novelette — nomination

Titan (Analog Jan,Feb,Mar,Apr 1979; Berkley/Putnam) — novel — nomination

“Options” (Universe 9) — novelette — nomination

“The Persistence of Vision” (F&SF Mar 1978) — novella — winner

“The Barbie Murders” (Asimov's Jan/Feb 1978) — novelette — nomination

“In the Hall of the Martian Kings” (F&SF Feb 1977) — novella — nomination

“Air Raid” (Asimov's Spring 1977) — short story — nomination

“Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance” (Galaxy Jul 1976) — novelette — nomination

“The Phantom of Kansas” (Galaxy Feb 1976) — novelette — nomination

Nebula Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by SF & Fantasy Writers of America professional membership
(9 nominations; 2 wins)

“PRESS ENTER[]” (Asimov's May 1984) — novella — winner

“The Pusher” (F&SF Oct 1981) — short story — nomination

“Beatnik Bayou” (New Voices III) — novelette — nomination

Titan (Analog Jan,Feb,Mar,Apr 1979; Berkley/Putnam) — novel — nomination

“Options” (Universe 9) — novelette — nomination

“The Persistence of Vision” (F&SF Mar 1978) — novella — winner

“Air Raid” (Asimov's Spring 1977) — short story — nomination

“In the Bowl” (F&SF Dec 1975) — novelette — nomination

“Retrograde Summer” (F&SF Feb 1975) — novelette — nomination

James Tiptree Jr Memorial Awardfor SF/F that explores and expands the roles of women and men, juried
(1 nomination)

“The Barbie Murders” (Asimov's Jan/Feb 1978) — retrospective Tiptree short list

John W. Campbell Memorial Awardfor SF novel published in US or UK; juried
(2 nominations)

Slow Apocalypse (Ace) — finalist

Red Thunder (Ace) — finalist

Philip K. Dick Awardfor SF original paperback published in the US, juried
(1 nomination)

Millennium (Berkley) — finalist

— Locus Awards and Poll —
Locus Awardsfor SF/F/H works, polled by readers of Locus Magazine
(40 nominations; 10 wins)

Dark Lightning (Ace) — sf novel — 17th place

Good-Bye, Robinson Crusoe and Other Stories (Subterranean) — collection — 21st place

Slow Apocalypse (Ace) — sf novel — 9th place

Rolling Thunder (Ace) — sf novel — 8th place

Mammoth (Ace) — sf novel — 10th place

The John Varley Reader (Ace) — collection — winner

“The Bellman” (Asimov's Jun 2003) — novelette — 14th place

“In Fading Suns and Dying Moons” (Stars: Original Stories Based on the Songs of Janis Ian) — short story — 13th place

The Golden Globe (Ace) — sf novel — 5th place

“The Flying Dutchman” (Lord of the Fantastic: Stories in Honor of Roger Zelazny) — novelette — 19th place

Steel Beach (Ace/Putnam) — sf novel — 5th place

“Good Intentions” (Playboy Nov 1992) — short story — 15th place

“Just Another Perfect Day” (Twilight Zone Jun 1989) — novelette — 12th place

“Tango Charlie and Foxtrot Romeo” (Blue Champagne) — novella — 3rd place

Blue Champagne (Dark Harvest) — collection — winner

Demon (Berkley/Putnam) — sf novel — 2nd place

“PRESS ENTER[]” (Asimov's May 1984) — novella — winner

Millennium (Berkley) — sf novel — 3rd place

“Blue Champagne” (New Voices 4) — novella — winner

“The Pusher” (F&SF Oct 1981) — short story — winner

Wizard (Berkley/Putnam) — sf novel — 4th place

“Beatnik Bayou” (New Voices III) — novelette — 2nd place

The Barbie Murders (Berkley) — single author collection — winner

Titan (Berkley/Putnam) — sf novel — winner

“Options” (Universe 9) — novelette — 2nd place

“The Persistence of Vision” (F&SF Mar 1978) — novella — winner

“The Barbie Murders” (Asimov's Jan/Feb 1978) — novelette — winner

The Persistence of Vision (The Dial Press/James Wade/Quantum) — single author collection — winner

The Ophiuchi Hotline (The Dial Press/James Wade/Quantum) — sf novel — 3rd place

“Equinoctial” (Ascents of Wonder) — novella — 12th place

“In the Hall of the Martian Kings” (F&SF Feb 1977) — novella — 6th place

“Air Raid” (Asimov's Spring 1977) — short fiction — 3rd place

“Good-bye, Robinson Crusoe” (Asimov's Spring 1977) — short fiction — 16th place

“Bagatelle” (Galaxy Oct 1976) — novelette — 9th place

“Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance” (Galaxy Jul 1976) — novelette — 3rd place

“Overdrawn at the Memory Bank” (Galaxy May 1976) — novelette — 10th place

“The Phantom of Kansas” (Galaxy Feb 1976) — novelette — 4th place

“The Black Hole Passes” (F&SF Jun 1975) — novelette — 9th place

“In the Bowl” (F&SF Dec 1975) — novelette — 7th place

“Retrograde Summer” (F&SF Feb 1975) — novelette — 4th place

— Other Awards —
Analog Readers Pollfor stories, articles, and art published by Analog, polled by readers
(1 nomination; 1 win)

“Titan” (Analog Jan,Feb,Mar,Apr 1979) — serial — winner

Asimov's Reader Pollfor stories, poems, and art published by Asimov's, polled by readers
(2 nominations; 1 win)

“The Bellman” (Asimov's Jun 2003) — novelette — winner

“Her Girl Friday” (Asimov's Aug 1992) — novella — 6th place

Ditmar Awardsfor Australian SF/F, voted by members of Australian National SF Convention
(3 nominations)

Titan (Analog Jan,Feb,Mar,Apr 1979) — international fiction — nomination

“The Persistence of Vision” (F&SF Mar 1978) — international fiction — nomination

“In the Hall of the Martian Kings” (F&SF Feb 1977) — international fiction — nomination

Endeavour Awardfor best book by a Pacific Northwest writer, juried
(2 nominations; 1 win)

Red Thunder (Ace) — winner

The Golden Globe (Ace) — finalist

Hayakawa's SF Magazine Reader's Awardfor short fiction published in Japan's Hayakawa's SF Magazine, voted by readers
(1 nomination; 1 win)

“Tango Charlie and Foxtrot Romeo” — foreign short story — winner

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

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Jupiter Awardsfor SF novels and stories, voted by instructors of SF courses in higher education
(1 nomination; 1 win)

“In the Hall of the Martian Kings” (F&SF Feb 1977) — novella — winner

Prix Apollofor novel published in French; suspended 1991
(1 nomination; 1 win)

The Persistence of Visionwinner

Prometheus Awardsfor SF works on libertarian themes, voted by members of the Libertarian Futurist Society
(2 nominations; 1 win)

The Golden Globe (Ace) — novel — winner

Steel Beach (Ace/Putnam) — novel — nomination

Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Pollfor SF/F works, polled by readers of Science Fiction Chronicle magazine
(2 nominations; 2 wins)

“PRESS ENTER[]” (Asimov's May 1984) — novella — winner

“The Pusher” (F&SF Oct 1981) — short story — winner

Seiun Awardsfor SF/F works published in Japan, voted by members of annual Japanese SF Con
(3 nominations; 2 wins)

Steel Beach — foreign novel — nomination

“Tango Charlie and Foxtrot Romeo” — foreign short fiction — winner

“PRESS ENTER[]” — foreign short fiction — winner

The American Book Awardsfor books in various categories, including paperback
(1 nomination)

The Persistence of Vision (The Dial Press/James Wade/Quantum) — sf paperback — nomination


— As Judge —
Writers and Illustrators of the Futurefor stories and art by contest winners, juried
 

































































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