Locus Awards

set of literary awards by the science fiction and fantasy magazine Locus

The Locus Awards are an annual set of literary awards by the science fiction and fantasy magazine Locus, a monthly based in Oakland, California, United States. The award winners are selected by polling magazine readers. The awards are presented at an annual banquet. The publishers of winning works are honored with certificates, which is unique in the field.The Locus list was inaugurated in 1971 for publication year 1970 and was originally more of a list than an award, intended to predict the Hugo Awards, and then to provide suggestions and guidance for them.
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Author

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Harlan Ellison

American writer (1934-2018)

Works

68

Dangerous Visions

science fiction short story anthology first published in 1967

author: Harlan Ellison
illustrator: Leo Dillon, Diane Dillon

1967

I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream

short story by Harlan Ellison

author: Harlan Ellison

1967

Slippage

book by Harlan Ellison

author: Harlan Ellison

1997

Again, Dangerous Visions

science fiction short story anthology

author: Harlan Ellison
illustrator: Ed Emshwiller

1972

Author

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Naomi Novik

American writer

Series

1

Works

9

Author

Tim Powers cover

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Tim Powers

American writer

Works

20

The Anubis Gates

novel by Tim Powers

author: Tim Powers

1983

Last Call

novel by Tim Powers

author: Tim Powers

1992

Expiration Date

book by Tim Powers

author: Tim Powers

1995

Declare

book by Tim Powers

author: Tim Powers

2001

Earthquake Weather

book by Tim Powers

author: Tim Powers

1997

Author

Jonathan Lethem cover

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Jonathan Lethem

American novelist, essayist, short story writer, Roy E. Disney Chair in Creative Writing, Pomona College

Author

Michael Bishop

American writer

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