Trivia: The Winners Of The Philip K. Dick Award


NAMED IN HONOUR OF THE SCIENCE FICTION LUMINARY

THE WINNERS OF AN AWARD PRESENTED IN RECOGNITION OF THE BEST ORIGINAL SCIENCE FICTION PAPERBACK NOVEL OF THE YEAR

 
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As you may (or may not) already be aware, The Philip K. Dick Award, established in honour of the acclaimed American science fiction author, was inaugurated in 1983; the year after his death. The ceremony is held annually at Norwescon, with the award being bestowed upon the best science fiction paperback novel published in the United States during the previous calendar year.

Below, I present you with the complete list of books (and their authors) that have received the honour.

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Trivia: The Winners Of Both The Hugo And Nebula Awards For Best Novel


IT HAS OCCURRED MORE OFTEN THAN YOU MIGHT THINK.

An elite group of novels and their authors have achieved the ultimate accolade of winning both awards at the same time.

 
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As you are no doubt already aware, the Hugo Award and the Nebula Award are the two most prestigious honours bestowed upon works of fantasy and science fiction. But did you know that 23 books have achieved the double whammy of winning both awards for Best Novel? The most recent being Ancillary Justice, the début science fiction novel by American author Ann Leckie.

Below, I present you with the complete list of books that have accomplished this impressive feat for their writers.

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