Philip K. Dick


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Awards Summary

Career and Special Awards: 1

Major Awards: 3

 

Other Awards: 4

Total Number of Award Wins and Nominations: 39

— Career and Special Awards —
Posthumous Inductee — winner

— Major Awards —
Hugo Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by members of annual World Science Fiction Convention
(3 nominations; 1 win)

Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said (Doubleday) — novel — nomination

“Faith of Our Fathers” (Dangerous Visions) — novelette — nomination

The Man in the High Castle (Putnam's) — novel — winner

Nebula Awardsfor SF/F works, voted by SF & Fantasy Writers of America professional membership
(5 nominations)

The Transmigration of Timothy Archer (Timescape) — novel — nomination

Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said (Doubleday) — novel — nomination

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (Doubleday) — novel — nomination

Dr. Bloodmoney (Ace) — novel — nomination

The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch (Doubleday) — novel — nomination

British SF Association Awardsfor SF works published in the UK, voted by British SF Association members
(3 nominations; 1 win)

The Divine Invasion — novel — nomination

“Rautavaara's Case” — short fiction — nomination

A Scanner Darkly (Doubleday) — novel — winner

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

A Scanner Darkly (Doubleday) — third place

Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said (Doubleday) — winner

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

Selected Stories of Philip K. Dick (Pantheon) — collection — 12th place

The Dark-Haired Girl (Mark V. Ziesing) — nonfiction — 9th place

The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick, Vols I-V (Underwood-Miller) — collection — 3rd place

I Hope I Shall Arrive Soon (Doubleday) — collection — 10th place

Robots, Androids, and Mechanical Oddities: The Science Fiction of Philip K. Dick (Southern Illinois University Press) — collection — 16th place

The Transmigration of Timothy Archer (Timescape) — fantasy novel — 5th place

The Divine Invasion (Timescape) — sf novel — 11th place

VALIS (Bantam) — sf novel — 27th place

“Frozen Journey” (Playboy Dec 1980) — short story — 8th place

“Rautavaara's Case” (Omni Oct 1980) — short story — 14th place

The Golden Man (by PKD, edited by Mark Hurst) (Berkley) — single author collection — 14th place

“The Exit Door Leads In” (Rolling Stone College Papers #1) — short story — 14th place

A Scanner Darkly (Doubleday) — sf novel — 6th place

Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said (Doubleday) — novel — 3rd place

“A Little Something for Us Tempunauts” (Final Stage) — novelette — 18th place

“The Pre-Persons” (F&SF Oct 1974) — novelette — 2nd place

The Book of Philip K. Dick (DAW) — reprint anth/collection — 13th place

— Other Awards —
Interzone Readers Pollfor stories published in Interzone magazine, polled by readers
(2 nominations; 1 win)

all-time best sf author — winner

“Strange Memories of Death” (Interzone #8 Summer 1994) — fiction — 5th place

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

VALIS — foreign novel — winner

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

Radio Free Albemuth (Arbor House) — novel — nomination

Readercon Awardsfor small press books and magazines, voted by members of Readercon
(2 nominations; 2 wins)

The Dark-Haired Girl (Mark V. Ziesing) — nonfiction — winner

VALIS (Kerosina) — re-issue — winner

Retro Hugo Awardsfor SF works 50 years past, voted by members of the World SF Convention
(1 nomination)

“Second Variety” (Space Science Fiction May 1953) — novelette — nomination

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

Vulcan's Hammer — translated novel — nomination







































































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