Table T13: Tally: Short Fiction Writers, All Awards
 


Tallies of nominees for "Major Awards" include only the ten awards listed on the homepage under that heading. "All Awards" include all awards, prizes, and honors in the Index excluding only the Locus and five other reader polls. Tallies of "All Awards and Polls" include all nominees in the entire Index. The selections of "Nominees by Group" correspond to the Summary Results tables.

On these page both 'wins' and 'nominations' include career prizes , but fiction subtotals do not.

'Nominations' includes poll rankings below first place.

For tallies of nominees of particular awards, click on the award name from the Homepage, then click on 'Tallies'.

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Tallying all awards for short fiction, Mike Resnick leads. Like Robert J. Sawyer he's won numerous HOMer awards, with 9 wins for short fiction; he's also done well with Hugo Awards voters (5), and has also won two Ignotus awards, and once each the UPC and Nebula awards.

Total Wins

23 Mike Resnick
18 Connie Willis
16 Harlan Ellison
15 Ted Chiang
12 Ursula K. Le Guin
11 Poul Anderson, George R. R. Martin, no award, Robert J. Sawyer
9 Terry Dowling, Greg Egan, Nancy Kress, Margo Lanagan, Fritz Leiber, Robert Silverberg, Roger Zelazny

Total Nominations
[Number of wins in brackets]

72 Mike Resnick [23]
51 Ursula K. Le Guin [12]
50 Greg Egan [9]
49 Harlan Ellison [16], Michael Swanwick [7]
46 Lucius Shepard [8], Connie Willis [18]
38 James Patrick Kelly [3], George R. R. Martin [11]
35 Robert Silverberg [9]
33 Michael Bishop [4]
32 Ted Chiang [15]
30 Terry Dowling [9], Nancy Kress [9]
29 Margo Lanagan [9], Fritz Leiber [9]
28 Bruce Sterling [2]
27 Terry Bisson [6], John Kessel [6], Howard Waldrop [3]
26 Ian McDonald [5]
25 Stephen Dedman [3], Robert J. Sawyer [11], John Varley [8]

Never-Winners
Number of nominations without ever having won

16 Michael A. Burstein
10 Jonathan Lethem
9 Lisa Goldstein, Robert Hood, Benjamin Rosenbaum
8 William Barton, L. Timmel Duchamp, William Gibson, Barry N. Malzberg
7 Cory Doctorow, Charles Coleman Finlay, Charles L. Harness, Graham Joyce, Ben Peek, K. D. Wentworth
6 Eugene Byrne, Paul A. Collins, Scott Edelman, Phyllis Eisenstein, China Miéville, Paul Park, Christopher Rowe, Hilbert Schenck, William Browning Spencer, Chet Williamson, William F. Wu

Total Losses
Number of times nominated but lost [Number of wins in bracket]

49 Mike Resnick [23]
42 Michael Swanwick [7]
41 Greg Egan [9]
39 Ursula K. Le Guin [12]
38 Lucius Shepard [8]
35 James Patrick Kelly [3]
33 Harlan Ellison [16]
29 Michael Bishop [4]
28 Connie Willis [18]
27 George R. R. Martin [11]
26 Robert Silverberg [9], Bruce Sterling [2]
24 Howard Waldrop [3]
23 Gene Wolfe [1]
22 Stephen Dedman [3]
21 Terry Bisson [6], Terry Dowling [9], John Kessel [6], Nancy Kress [9], Ian McDonald [5]
20 Margo Lanagan [9], Fritz Leiber [9]
19 Andy Duncan [4], Kim Newman [2], Robert Reed [3], Kate Wilhelm [3]
18 Laird Barron [1], Jack Dann [4], Stephen King [5]
17 Ted Chiang [15], Ian R. MacLeod [3], Maureen F. McHugh [2], Kim Stanley Robinson [2], John Varley [8]
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