Orson Scott Card


science fiction awards database

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Awards Summary

Career and Special Awards: 2

Major Awards: 7

Locus Awards: 8

Other Awards: 15

Total Number of Award Wins and Nominations: 126

Times Served as Judge: 6

— Career and Special Awards —
Phoenix Awardfor lifetime achievement, presented by DeepSouthCon
winner

Skylark Awardfor contribution to SF in the spirit of E.E. "Doc" Smith; presented by NESFA
winner

— Major Awards —
Hugo Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by members of annual World Science Fiction Convention
(16 nominations; 4 wins)

Xenocide (Tor) — novel — nomination

How to Write Science Fiction and Fantasy (Writer's Digest Books) — nonfiction book — winner

Prentice Alvin (Tor) — novel — nomination

“Dogwalker” (Asimov's Nov 1989) — novelette — nomination

“Lost Boys” (F&SF Oct 1989) — short story — nomination

Red Prophet (Tor) — novel — nomination

Seventh Son (Tor) — novel — nomination

“Eye for Eye” (Asimov's Mar 1987) — novella — winner

Speaker for the Dead (Tor) — novel — winner

“Hatrack River” (Asimov's Aug 1986) — novelette — nomination

Ender's Game (Tor) — novel — winner

“The Fringe” (F&SF Oct 1985) — novelette — nomination

“Songhouse” (Analog Sep 1979) — novella — nomination

“Unaccompanied Sonata” (Omni Mar 1979) — short story — nomination

“Mikal's Songbird” (Analog May 1978) — novelette — nomination

“Ender's Game” (Analog Aug 1977) — novelette — nomination

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

Prentice Alvin (Tor) — novel — nomination

“Lost Boys” (F&SF Oct 1989) — short story — nomination

Red Prophet (Tor) — novel — nomination

Speaker for the Dead (Tor) — novel — winner

“Hatrack River” (Asimov's Aug 1986) — novelette — nomination

Ender's Game (Tor) — novel — winner

“The Fringe” (F&SF Oct 1985) — novelette — nomination

“Unaccompanied Sonata” (Omni Mar 1979) — short story — nomination

“Mikal's Songbird” (Analog May 1978) — novelette — nomination

World Fantasy Awardsfor Fantasy works; juried, with nominations from World Fantasy Con members
(4 nominations; 1 win)

Seventh Son (Tor) — novel — nomination

“Hatrack River” (Asimov's Aug 1986) — novella — winner

Dragons of Light (Ace) — anthology/collection — nomination

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

Speaker for the Dead (Tor) — third place

— Locus Awards and Poll —
Locus Awardsfor SF/F/H works, polled by readers of Locus Magazine
(53 nominations; 8 wins)

Pathfinder (Simon Pulse) — young adult book — 7th place

Shadow of the Giant (Tor; Orbit) — sf novel — 6th place

The Crystal City (Tor) — fantasy novel — 11th place

Shadow Puppets (Tor) — sf novel — 7th place

Shadow of the Hegemon (Tor) — sf novel — 2nd place

Masterpieces: The Best Science Fiction of the Century (Ace) — anthology — 9th place

“The Elephants of Poznan” (Galaxy Online Jan 2000) — novelette — 5th place

Ender's Shadow (Tor) — sf novel — 5th place

Enchantment (Ballantine Del Rey) — fantasy novel — 7th place

“Vessel” (F&SF Dec 1999) — novelette — 10th place

Heartfire (Tor) — fantasy novel — 4th place

Homebody (HarperCollins) — dark fantasy/horror novel — 6th place

Black Mist and Other Japanese Futures (OSC & Keith Ferrell, eds.) (DAW) — anthology — 15th place

Children of the Mind (Tor) — sf novel — 15th place

Alvin Journeyman (Tor) — fantasy novel — winner

The Call of Earth (Tor) — sf novel — 7th place

The Memory of Earth (Tor) — sf novel — 9th place

Lost Boys (HarperCollins) — horror/dark fantasy novel — 2nd place

Xenocide (Tor) — sf novel — 2nd place

Future on Fire (Tor) — anthology — 12th place

Maps in a Mirror: The Short Fiction of Orson Scott Card (Tor) — collection — winner

How to Write Science Fiction and Fantasy (Writer's Digest Books) — nonfiction — 2nd place

Prentice Alvin (Tor) — fantasy novel — winner

“The Originist” (Foundation's Friends) — novella — 8th place

“Pageant Wagon” (Asimov's Aug 1989; The Folk of the Fringe) — novella — 5th place

“Dogwalker” (Asimov's Nov 1989) — novelette — winner

“Lost Boys” (F&SF Oct 1989) — short story — winner

The Folk of the Fringe (Phantasia) — collection — 4th place

Red Prophet (Tor) — fantasy novel — winner

“Dowser” (Asimov's Dec 1988) — novelette — 2nd place

Seventh Son (Tor) — fantasy novel — winner

“Eye for Eye” (Asimov's Mar 1987) — novella — 3rd place

“America” (Asimov's Jan 1987) — novelette — 6th place

“Runaway” (Asimov's Jun 1987) — novelette — 12th place

Cardography (Hypatia) — collection — 7th place

Speaker for the Dead (Tor) — sf novel — winner

“Hatrack River” (Asimov's Aug 1986) — novelette — 2nd place

“Salvage” (Asimov's Feb 1986) — novelette — 10th place

Ender's Game (Tor) — sf novel — 2nd place

“The Fringe” (F&SF Oct 1985) — novelette — 2nd place

Hart's Hope (Berkley) — fantasy novel — 12th place

Unaccompanied Sonata and Other Stories (Dial) — single author collection — 7th place

Dragons of Darkness (Ace) — anthology — 8th place

Songmaster (Dial) — sf novel — 17th place

“Saint Amy's Tale” (Omni Dec 1980) — short story — 7th place

Dragons of Light (Ace) — anthology — 17th place

A Planet Called Treason (St. Martin's) — sf novel — 20th place

“Songhouse” (Analog Sep 1979) — novella — 2nd place

“Quietus” (Omni Aug 1979) — short story — 3rd place

“Unaccompanied Sonata” (Omni Mar 1979) — short story — 6th place

“Mikal's Songbird” (Analog May 1978) — novelette — 3rd place

“A Thousand Deaths” (Omni Dec 1978) — short story — 8th place

“Ender's Game” (Analog Aug 1977) — short fiction — 9th place

— Other Awards —
Analog Readers Pollfor stories, articles, and art published by Analog, polled by readers
(4 nominations; 2 wins)

“Songhouse” (Analog Sep 1979) — novelette — winner

“Breaking the Game” (Analog Jan 1979) — short story — 2nd place

“Mikal's Songbird” (Analog May 1978) — novelette — 2nd place

“Lifeloop” (Analog Oct 1978) — short story — winner

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

“Pageant Wagon” (Asimov's Aug 1989) — novella — 2nd place

“Dogwalker” (Asimov's Nov 1989) — novelette — 4th place

“Dowser” (Asimov's Dec 1988) — novelette — winner

“Carthage City” (Asimov's Sep 1987) — novella — 5th place

“Eye for Eye” (Asimov's Mar 1987) — novella — 2nd place

“Hatrack River” (Asimov's Aug 1986) — novelette — 3rd place

Balrog Awardsfor fantasy works, presented an annual FoolsCon in Kansas City
(1 nomination)

Dragons of Light (Ace) — collection/anthology — nomination

Ditmar Awardsfor Australian SF/F, voted by members of Australian National SF Convention
(1 nomination; 1 win)

Seventh Son (Legend) — international fiction — winner

Geffen Awardsfor SF works in Hebrew, voted by members of annual Israeli SF/F convention
(4 nominations; 3 wins)

Earth Afire & Earth Awakens (by OSC & Aaron Johnston) — sf book — winner

Shadow of the Giant — sf book — nomination

Ender's Shadow — sf book — winner

Pastwatch: The Redemption of Christopher Columbus — sf book — winner

Grand Prix de l'Imaginairefor SF works published in France, juried
(1 nomination; 1 win)

The Chronicles of Alvin Maker (le cycle Alvin le Faiseur) — Translated Novel — winner

Ignotus Awardsfor SF works published in Spain, voted by members of Spanish SF Association
(1 nomination; 1 win)

“Ender's Game” (“El juego de Ender“) — foreign short story — winner

Interzone Readers Pollfor stories published in Interzone magazine, polled by readers
(1 nomination)

all-time best sf author — 41st place (tie)

John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writerfor new SF/F writer, voted by members of annual World SF con
(1 nomination; 1 win)

winner

Kurd Lasswitz Preisfor SF works published in Germany, juried
(1 nomination; 1 win)

Speaker for the Dead (Sprecher für die Toten) — foreign novel — winner

Mythopoeic Awardsfor fantasy works in the spirit of the Inklings, voted by members of the Mythopoeic Society
(3 nominations; 1 win)

Prentice Alvin (Tor) — fantasy — nomination

Red Prophet (Tor) — fantasy — nomination

Seventh Son (Tor) — fantasy — winner

Prometheus Awardsfor SF works on libertarian themes, voted by members of the Libertarian Futurist Society
(4 nominations)

Hidden Empire (Tor) — novel — nomination

Empire (Tor) — novel — nomination

Lovelock (by OSC & Kathryn H. Kidd) — novel — nomination

The Memory of Earth (Tor) — novel — nomination

Quill Awardfor favorite books, voted by readers, announced on TV
(1 nomination)

Shadow of the Giant (Tor) — sf/fantasy/horror — nomination

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

“Lost Boys” (F&SF Oct 1989) — short story — 3rd place

Speaker for the Dead (Tor) — novel — winner

“Hatrack River” (Asimov's Aug 1986) — novelette — 2nd place (tie)

Ender's Game (Tor) — novel — winner

Seiun Awardsfor SF/F works published in Japan, voted by members of annual Japanese SF Con
(4 nominations; 1 win)

Pathfinder — translated novel — nomination

Children of the Mind — translated novel — nomination

Ender's Shadow — foreign novel — nomination

“Eye for Eye” — foreign short fiction — winner

SF Site Readers Pollfor SF/F books, voted by readers of SF Site website
(1 nomination)

Ender's Shadow (Tor) — sf/fantasy book — 5th place

Sidewise Awardsfor works of alternate history, juried
(1 nomination)

Pastwatch: The Redemption of Christopher Columbus (Tor) — long form — nomination

Southeastern SF Achievement Awardsfor SF/F/H works by writers in southeastern US
(3 nominations)

Shadow of the Giant (Tor) — novel — nomination

lifetime achievement — nomination

Shadow of the Hegemon (Tor) — novel — nomination


— As Judge —
World Fantasy Awardsfor Fantasy works; juried, with nominations from World Fantasy Con members
 
James White Awardfor unpublished SF story, juried
 
Writers and Illustrators of the Futurefor stories and art by contest winners, juried
 






















































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