Locus Awards 1974

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1975 <— Locus Awards —> 1973

Eligibility Year: 1973
  1. Winner: Rendezvous with Rama, Arthur C. Clarke (Galaxy Sep,Oct 1973; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich)
  2. Time Enough for Love, Robert A. Heinlein (Putnam)
  3. The People of the Wind, Poul Anderson (Signet)
  4. Protector, Larry Niven (Ballantine)
  5. The Man Who Folded Himself, David Gerrold (Random House)
  6. Trullion: Alastor 2262, Jack Vance (Amazing Stories Mar,Jun 1973; Ballantine)
  7. “The Far Call”, Gordon R. Dickson (Analog Aug,Sep,Oct 1973)
  8. To Die In Italbar, Roger Zelazny (Doubleday)
  9. Today We Choose Faces, Roger Zelazny (Signet)
  10. The Cloud Walker, Edmund Cooper (Ballantine)
  11. Relatives, George Alec Effinger (Harper & Row)
  12. Gravity's Rainbow, Thomas Pynchon (Viking)
  13. Herovit's World, Barry N. Malzberg (Random House)
  14. Hiero's Journey, Sterling Lanier (Chilton)
  15. The Doomsday Gene, John Boyd (Galaxy May/Jun,Jul/Aug 1973; Weybright & Talley)
  1. Winner: “The Death of Doctor Island”, Gene Wolfe (Universe 3)
  2. “The White Otters of Childhood”, Michael Bishop (F&SF Jul 1973)
  3. “The Feast of St. Dionysus”, Robert Silverberg (An Exaltation of Stars)
  4. “Sketches Among the Ruins of My Mind”, Philip Josť Farmer (Nova 3)
  5. “Chains of the Sea”, Gardner Dozois (Chains of the Sea)
  6. “The Defenseless Dead”, Larry Niven (Ten Tomorrows)
  7. “Death and Designation Among the Asadi”, Michael Bishop (If Feb 1973)
  8. “Rumfuddle”, Jack Vance (Three Trips in Time and Space)
  9. “The Safety Engineer”, S. Kye Boult (The Alien Condition)
  10. “In the Problem Pit”, Frederik Pohl (F&SF Sep 1973)
  11. “Junction”, Jack Dann (Fantastic Nov 1973)
  12. “My Brother Leopold”, Edgar Pangborn (An Exaltation of Stars)
  13. “'Kjwalll'kje'k'koothailll'kje'k”, Roger Zelazny (An Exaltation of Stars)
  14. “Case and the Dreamer”, Theodore Sturgeon (Galaxy Jan 1973)
Short Fiction
  1. Winner: “The Deathbird”, Harlan Ellison (F&SF Mar 1973)
  2. “Of Mist, and Grass, and Sand”, Vonda N. McIntyre (Analog Oct 1973)
  3. “Love Is the Plan the Plan Is Death”, James Tiptree, Jr. (The Alien Condition)
  4. “The Girl Who Was Plugged In”, James Tiptree, Jr. (New Dimensions 3)
  5. “Ms. Found in an Abandoned Time Machine”, Robert Silverberg (Ten Tomorrows)
  6. “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas”, Ursula K. Le Guin (New Dimensions 3)
  7. “Wings”, Vonda N. McIntyre (The Alien Condition)
  8. “With Morning Comes Mistfall”, George R. R. Martin (Analog May 1973)
  9. “Mud Violet”, R. A. Lafferty (Demon Kind)
  10. “In the Group”, Robert Silverberg (Eros in Orbit)
  11. (tie): “The Field of Vision”, Ursula K. Le Guin (Galaxy Oct 1973)
  12. (tie): “Many Mansions”, Robert Silverberg (Universe 3)
  13. (tie): “The Answer”, Terry Carr (Tomorrow's Alternatives)
  14. (tie): “Barnaby's Clock”, R. A. Lafferty (Showcase)
  15. (tie): “Brothers”, Gordon R. Dickson (Astounding)
  16. “The World Is a Sphere”, Edgar Pangborn (Universe 3)
  17. “Epilog”, Clifford D. Simak (Astounding)
  18. “The Women Men Don't See”, James Tiptree, Jr. (F&SF Dec 1973)
Original Anthology
  1. Winner: Astounding, Harry Harrison, ed. (Random House)
  2. New Dimensions 3, Robert Silverberg, ed. (Science Fiction Book Club; NAL)
  3. Universe 3, Terry Carr, ed. (Random House)
  4. An Exaltation of Stars, Terry Carr, ed. (Simon & Schuster)
  5. Orbit 12, Damon Knight, ed. (Putnam)
  6. The Alien Condition, Stephen Goldin, ed. (Ballantine)
  7. Chains of the Sea, Robert Silverberg, ed. (Thomas Nelson)
  8. Ten Tomorrows, Roger Elwood, ed. (Fawcett)
  9. Nova 3, Harry Harrison, ed. (Walker)
  10. Future City, Roger Elwood, ed. (Trident)
  11. Flashing Swords #1, Lin Carter, ed. (Science Fiction Book Club)
  12. Eros In Orbit, Joseph Elder, ed. (Trident)
  13. Showcase, Roger Elwood, ed. (Harper & Row)
  14. Bad Moon Rising, Thomas M. Disch, ed. (Harper & Row)
Reprint Anth/collection
  1. Winner: The Best Science Fiction of the Year #2, Terry Carr, ed. (Ballantine)
  2. The Science Fiction Hall of Fame, Vol. 2a & 2b, Ben Bova, ed. (Doubleday)
  3. The 1973 Annual World's Best SF, Donald A. Wollheim, ed. with Arthur W. Saha (DAW)
  4. Ten Thousand Light-Years from Home, James Tiptree, Jr. (Ace)
  5. Jupiter, Carol Pohl & Frederik Pohl, eds. (Ballantine)
  6. Those Who Can, Robin Scott Wilson, ed. (Mentor)
  7. The Astounding-Analog Reader, Volume Two, Harry Harrison & Brian Aldiss, eds. (Doubleday)
  8. Alpha 4, Robert Silverberg, ed. (Ballantine)
  9. The Book of Philip Josť Farmer, Philip Josť Farmer (DAW)
  10. Nebula Award Stories 8, Isaac Asimov, ed. (Harper & Row)
  11. Nebula Award Stories Seven, Lloyd Biggle, Jr., ed. (Harper & Row)
  12. Science Fiction: The Great Years, Carol Pohl & Frederik Pohl, eds. (Ace)
  13. The Book of Philip K. Dick, Philip K. Dick (DAW)
  14. (tie): The Flight of the Horse, Larry Niven (Ballantine)
  15. (tie): The Star Road, Gordon R. Dickson (Doubleday)
  1. Winner: F&SF (Edward L. Ferman)
  2. Analog (Ben Bova)
  3. Galaxy (Ejler Jakobsson)
  4. Amazing Stories (Ted White)
  5. Vertex (Don Pfeil)
  6. Fantastic (Ted White)
  7. If (Ejler Jakobsson)
  1. Winner: Locus (Charlie & Dena Brown)
  2. The Alien Critic (Richard E. Geis)
  3. Algol (Andy Porter)
  4. Outworlds (the Bowers)
  5. SF Commentary (Bruce Gillespie)
  6. Prehensile (Mike Glyer)
  7. Yandro (Robert & Juanita Coulson)
  8. Starling (the Lutrells)
  9. (tie): Energumen (Mike & Susan Glicksohn)
  10. (tie): Moebius Trip (Ed Connor)
  11. (tie): Riverside Quarterly (Sapirol)
  12. (tie): Granfalloon (the Bushyagers)
  13. (tie): Title (Donn Brazier)
  14. Speculation (Pete Weston)
Book Publisher
  1. Winner: Ballantine
  2. DAW
  3. Science Fiction Book Club
  4. Doubleday
  5. Ace
  6. Harper & Row
  7. Random House
  8. Signet (NAL)
  9. Putnam
  10. Bantam
  11. Berkley
  12. Avon
  13. Donald M. Grant
  14. Mirage Press
  15. Dell
  16. Sphere

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