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The World Science Fiction Association presents the Hugo Awards and the Science Fiction Writers of America present the Nebula Awards. To order any book click on the title (which will also provide more details on each book).
2000 - 1990 - 1980 - 1970 - 1960 - 1950
- 2008 Hugo Award, The Yiddish Policemen's Union by Michael Chabon
- 2007 Hugo Award, Rainbows End by Vernor Vinge
- 2006 Hugo Award, Spin by Robert Charles Wilson
- 2005 Hugo Award, Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke
- 2004 Hugo Award, Paladin of Souls by Lois McMaster Bujold
- 2003 Hugo Award, Hominids by Robert J. Sawyer
- 2002 Hugo Award, American Gods by Neil Gaiman
- 2001 Hugo Award, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J. K. Rowling
- 2000 Hugo Award, A Deepness in the Sky by Vernor Vinge
- 1999 Hugo Award, To Say Nothing of the Dog by Connie Willis
- 1998 Hugo Award, Forever Peace by Joe Haldeman (hardcover)
- 1997 Nebula Award, The Moon and the Sun by Vonda N. McIntyre
- 1997 Hugo Award, Blue Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson.
- 1996 Nebula Award, Slow River by Nicola Griffith. Also won 1996 Lambda Award for best lesbian SciFi novel.
- 1996 Hugo Award, The Diamond Age by Neal Stephenson. Decades into the future, near the ancient city of Shanghai, a brilliant nanotechnologist named John Percival Hackworth has broken the rigorous moral code of his tribe, the powerful neo-Victorians, by making an illicit copy of a state-of-the-art interactive device.
- 1996 Hugo Award - best original artwork, Dinotopia: The World Beneath by James Gurney.
- 1995 Nebula Award, The Terminal Experiment by Robert Sawyer.
- 1995 Hugo Award, Mirror Dance by Lois McMaster Bujold.
- 1994 Nebula Award, Moving Mars by Greg Bear, Reprint Edition, 1994.
- 1994 Hugo Award, Green Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson, 1995. Kim Stanley Robinson has earned a reputation as the master of Mars fiction, writing books that are scientific, sociological and, best yet, fantastic. Green Mars continues the story of humans settling the planet in a process called "terraforming." In Red Mars, the initial work in the trilogy, the first 100 scientists chosen to explore the planet disintegrated in disagreement. Green Mars follows the development of the underground and the problems endemic to forming a new society.
- 1993 Hugo Award - best original artwork, Dinotopia: A Land Apart from Time by James Gurney, 1992. A classic lost world of high adventure and discovery, philosophy and humor, a world where humans and an ancient race of dinosaurs have lived for centuries in amicable interdependence. 160 full-color illustrations.
Dinotopia Audio Adventure by James Gurney an audio tape
Dinotopia: The World Beneath by James Gurney, 1995. 1993 Nebula Award, Red Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson, 1993.
- 1993 Hugo Award, A Fire upon the Deep by Vernor Vinge, Reprint Edition, 1993. The human future is the landscape for the two stories in Fire Upon the Deep. In "Realtime" a group of humans is stranded on the wrong side of Singularity. In "A Fire Upon the Deep" humankind explores mental communication on an astronomical scale.
- 1992 Nebula Award, 1993 Hugo Award, Doomsday Book by Connie Willis, Reprint Edition, 1993. A history student in 2048 who is transported to an English village in the 14th century. The student arrives mistakenly on the eve of the onset of the Black Plague. Her dealings with a family of "contemps" in 1348 and with her historian cohorts lead to complications as the book unfolds into a surprisingly dark, deep conclusion.
- 1992 Hugo Award - novellette, Gold: The Final Science Fiction Collection by Isaac Asimov, Reprint Edition, 1996. Gold is Isaac Asimov's first original collection of science fiction in over a decade. It is also his last science fiction collection, one containing all of his uncollected SF stories that have never before appeared in book form. The title novellette, "Gold," won the 1992 Hugo Award.
- 1992 Hugo Award, Barrayar by Lois McMaster Bujold, 1991.
- 1991 Hugo Award, The Vor Game by Lois McMaster Bujold, 1990.
- 1990 Nebula Award, Tehanu: The Last Book Of Earthsea by Ursula K. Le Guin
- 1953 Hugo Award, The Demolished Man by Alfred Bester, reprint edition, 1996.
- 1954 No Hugo Award
- 1955 Hugo Award, The Forever Machine by Mark Clifton, reprint edition 1992, originally titled: They'd Rather Be Right.
- 1956 Hugo Award, Double Star by Robert Anson Heinlein, reprint edition, 1986.
- 1957 No Hugo Award
- 1958 Hugo Award, The Big Time by Fritz Leiber, reprint edition, 1998.
- 1959 Hugo Award, A Case of Conscience by James Blish.
- 1960 Hugo Award, Starship Troopers by Robert A. Heinlein. Reissue Edition (Mass Market), 1991. (hardcover - 1994)
- A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter M. Miller Jr.
- 1962 Hugo Award, Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Anson Heinlein. Reissue Edition, Mass Market, 1995. (audio tape) One of the greatest science fiction novels ever published, Stranger in a Strange Land's original manuscript had 50,000 words cut. Now they have been reinstated for this special 30th anniversary trade edition. A Mars-born earthling arrives on this planet for the first time as an adult, and the sensation he creates teaches Earth some unforgettable lessons. "A brilliant mind-bender."--Kurt Vonnegut.
- 1963 Hugo Award, The Man in the High Castle by Philip K. Dick
- 1964 Hugo Award, Way Station by Clifford D. Simak
- 1965 Hugo Award, The Wanderer by Fritz Leiber
- 1966 Hugo Award, 1965 Nebula Award, Dune - Special 25th Anniversary Edition by Frank Herbert, Mass Market, 1996. (hardcover - 1984)
- 1966 Hugo Award for best all time series, Foundation by Isaac Asimov. Reissue Edition, 1991.
Foundation and Empire by Isaac Asimov, 1989.
Second Foundation by Isaac Asimov.
- 1967 Hugo Award, The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress by Robert A. Heinlein
- 1968 Hugo Award, Lord of Light by Roger Zelazny
- 1969 Hugo Award, Stand on Zanzibar by John Brunner. Reissue Edition, 1988.
- 1970 Hugo Award, 1969 Nebula Award, The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Le Guin. Reissue Edition, 1991. (25th anniversary Edition - Hardcover)
- 1971 Hugo Award, 1970 Nebula Award, Ringworld by Larry Niven, Reissue Edition, 1990.
- 1972 Hugo Award, To Your Scattered Bodies Go by Philip Jose Farmer
- 1973 Hugo Award, 1972 Nebula Award, The Gods Themselves by Isaac Asimov, Reprint Edition, 1990.
- 1974 Hugo Award, 1973 Nebula Award, Rendezvous With Rama by Arthur C. Clarke, Reissue Edition, 1996. (hardcover - 1994)
- 1975 Hugo Award, 1974 Nebula Award, The Dispossessed: An Ambiguous Utopia by Ursula K. Le Guin, Reprint Edition, 1994.
- 1975 Nebula Award, The Forever War by Joe Haldeman, 1991.
- 1976 Hugo Award, The Forever War by Joe W. Haldeman
- 1977 Hugo Award, Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang by Kate Wilhelm
- 1978 Hugo Award, 1977 Nebula Award, Gateway by Frederick Pohl, 1990.
- 1979 Hugo Award, 1978 Nebula Award, Dreamsnake by Vonda N. McIntyre, Reprint Edition, 1994. McIntyre's tender and compassionate adventure story--a Hugo and Nebula Award-winner and a New York Times bestseller. In a far-future, post-holocaust Earth, a young healer named Snake travels the world, healing the sick and injured with her companion, the alien
dreamsnake. But she is being pursued.
- 1980 Hugo Award, Fountains of Paradise by Arthur C. Clarke.
- 1981 Hugo Award, The Snow Queen by Joan D. Vinge, Reissue Edition, 1992.
- 1982 Hugo Award, Downbelow Station by C. J. Cherryh, reissue edition 1997.
- 1983 Hugo Award, Foundation's Edge by Isaac Asimov, 1995.
- 1984 Hugo Award, 1983 Nebula Award, Startide Rising by David Brin, Revised, 1993. Tenth anniversary edition: The Terran exploration vessel Streaker has crashed on the uncharted water world of Kithrup, bearing one of the most important discoveries in galactic history. Below, a handful of her human and dolphin crew battles a hostile planet to safeguard her secret--the fate of the Progenitors.
- 1985 Hugo Award, 1984 Nebula Award, Neuromancer by William Gibson, Reissue Edition, 1995.
- 1986 Hugo Award, 1985 Nebula Award, Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card, Reprint Edition. See Curious Cat's Orson Scott Card Shelf including all his work, including the recently releashed final book in the Ender series and links to resources on the web (including info on the upcomming Ender's Game movie).
- 1987 Hugo Award, 1986 Nebula Award, Speaker for the Dead (Ender series number 2), by Orson Scott Card, Reprint Edition, 1992. (audio tape) also Locus Award. See Curious Cat's Orson Scott Card Page including all his work, including the recently releashed final book in the Ender series and links to resources on the web.
- 1987 Nebula Award, The Falling Woman by Pat Murphy
- 1988 Hugo Award, The Uplift War by David Brin, Reissue Edition, 1987. As galactic armadas clash in quest of the ancient fleet of the Progenitors, a brutal alien race seizes the dying planet of Garth. The various uplifted inhabitants of Garth must battle their overlords or face ultimate extinction.
- 1988 Nebula Award, Falling Free by Lois M. Bujold (audio tape)
- 1988 Hugo Award - other forms, Watchmen by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons (Illustrator), 1987.
- 1989 Hugo Award, Cyteen by C. J. Cherryh, 1995. Genetic manipulation, murder, intrigue and politics are just part of the story of a young scientist in this substantial book.
- 1990 Hugo Award, Hyperion by Dan Simmons, Reissue Edition, 1995. On the eve of Armageddon, with the entire galaxy at war, seven pilgrims set forth on a final voyage to Hyperion seeking the answers to the unsolved riddles of their lives. Each carries a desperate hope--and a terrible secret. And one may hold the fate of humanity in his hands.