Saturday, July 25, 2009

British Science Fiction Association Award-Winning Novels

These are the novels that have won the British Science Fiction Association Award:

2011 The Islanders by Christopher Priest
2010 The Dervish House by Ian McDonald
2009 The City and the City by China MiƩville
2008 The Night Sessions by Ken MacLeod
2007 Brasyl by Ian McDonald
2006 End of the World Blues by Jon Courtenay Grimwood
2005 Air by Geoff Ryman
2004 River of Gods by Ian McDonald
2003 Felaheen by Jon Courtenay Grimwood
2002 The Separation by Christopher Priest
2001 Chasm City by Alastair Reynolds
2000 Ash: A Secret History by Mary Gentle
1999 The Sky Road by Ken MacLeod
1998 The Extremes, by Christopher Priest
1997 The Sparrow by Mary Doria Russell
1996 Excession by Iain M. Banks
1995 The Time Ships by Stephen Baxter
1994 Feersum Endjinn by Iain M. Banks
1993 Aztec Century by Christopher Evans
1992 Red Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson
1991 The Fall of Hyperion by Dan Simmons
1990 Take Back Plenty by Colin Greenland
1989 Pyramids by Terry Pratchett
1988 Lavondyss by Robert Holdstock
1987 Grainne by Keith Roberts
1986 The Ragged Astronauts by Bob Shaw
1985 Helliconia Winter by Brian W. Aldiss
1984 Mythago Wood by Robert Holdstock
1983 Tik-Tok by John Sladek
1982 Helliconia Spring by Brian W. Aldiss
1981 The Shadow of the Torturer by Gene Wolfe
1980 Timescape by Gregory Benford
1979 The Unlimited Dream Company by J. G. Ballard
1978 A Scanner Darkly by Philip K. Dick
1977 The Jonah Kit by Ian Watson
1976 Brontomek! by Michael G. Coney
1975 Orbitsville by Bob Shaw
1974 Inverted World by Christopher Priest
1973 Rendezvous with Rama by Arthur C. Clarke
1972 No award — insufficient votes.
1971 The Moment of Eclipse by Brian W. Aldiss
1970 The Jagged Orbit by John Brunner
1969 Stand on Zanzibar by John Brunner

Ones I remember reading are in bold print. I'll check the list more thoroughly later.

Relevant sites:

Wikipedia
BSFA
SFSite Reviews

4 comments:

  1. When you put a list of award winning novels together, it's a daunting for a first-time published author. This is a great article! I've actually read some of these novels. Check out my first and recently released novel, Long Journey to Rneadal. This exciting tale is a romantic action adventure in space and is more about the characters than the technology.

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  2. Well, this list is just copied straight from other sites' lists of these awards and is easily available. I'm just doing it this way as it's a handy way for me to have them all in one space.

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  3. I've thought about reading Stand on Zanzibar at some point, but I haven't heard of the rest.

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  4. I've read the 1st of Banks' Culture novels and look forward to the rest. Of the ones on this list, they are the ones I'm most interested in right now. Wikipedia article about the Culture:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_%22Culture%22_stories_of_Iain_M._Banks

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