set of literary awards by the science fiction and fantasy magazine Locus
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The Locus Awards were started in 1971 and are given to winners of Locus Magazine's yearly readers' poll. Currently, the Locus Awards are given at a yearly banquet. Unusually, the publishers of winning works are given a certificate.
The first Locus Award was given in 1971 for works published in 1970.
The following writers have won the most awards in the "fiction" sections as of July 2005:
10 or more awardsEdit
- Ursula K. Le Guin (18), Harlan Ellison (15), Dan Simmons (12), George R. R. Martin (11), John Varley (10)
3 - 9 awardsEdit
- Connie Willis (9)
- Orson Scott Card (8), Neil Gaiman (8), Lucius Shepard (8)
- Kim Stanley Robinson (6)
- Robert Silverberg (5), David Brin (5), Gene Wolfe (5)
- Isaac Asimov (4), Joe Haldeman (4), China Miéville (4), Larry Niven (4)
- Michael Bishop (3), Greg Egan (3), Stephen King (3), Kelly Link (3), Lois McMaster Bujold (3), Tim Powers (3), Neal Stephenson (3) Terry Pratchett (3)
- Locus Award for Best Novel
- Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel
- Locus Award for Best Fantasy Novel
- Locus Award for Best First Novel
- Locus Award for Best Short Story
- ↑ "What is given out in the Locus Awards". www.locusmag.com. Archived from the original on 2013-08-28. Retrieved 2008-06-14.