Locus Award

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The Locus Awards are an annual set of literary awards by Locus: The magazine of the science fiction & fantasy field, a monthly based in Oakland, California. The award winners are selected by poll of magazine readers.

Currently the Awards are presented at an annual banquet. The publishers of winning works are honored with certificates, which is unique in the field.[1]

The Awards were inaugurated in 1971 for publication year 1970 and the original purpose was to influence the Hugo Awards.[1]

Winners[edit]

The following have won the most awards as of July 2011:[2]

* indicates that all wins came in editing categories. ** indicates that all wins came in art-related categories.

Categories[edit]

Inactive Categories[edit]

There are several categories that no longer receive Locus Awards:[3]

  • Locus Award for Best Original Anthology (1972-1975)[4]
  • Locus Award for Best Reprint Anthology/Collection (1972-1975)[5]
  • Locus Award for Best Fanzine (1971-1977)[6]
  • Locus Award for Best Single Fanzine Issue (1971)[7]
  • Locus Award for Best Critic (1974-1977)[8]
  • Locus Award for Best Fan Writer (1971-1973)[9]
    • 1971: Harry Warner, Jr.
    • 1972: Charlie Brown
    • 1973: Terry Carr
  • Locus Award for Best Fan Critic (1971)[10]
    • 1971: Ted Pauls
  • Locus Award for Best Publisher - Hardcover (1975-1976)[11]
    • 1975: Science Fiction Book Club
    • 1976: Science Fiction Book Club
  • Locus Award for Best Publisher - Paperback (1975-1976)[12]
  • Locus Award for Best Paperback Cover Artist (1971-1973)[13]
    • 1971: Leo & Diane Dillon
    • 1972: Gene Szafran
    • 1973: Frank Kelly Freas
  • Locus Award for Best Magazine Artist (1972-1973)[14]
    • 1972: Frank Kelly Freas
    • 1973: Frank Kelly Freas
  • Locus Award for Best Fan Artist (1971-1975)[15]
    • 1971: Alicia Austin
    • 1972: Bill Rotsler
    • 1973: Bill Rotsler
    • 1974: Tim Kirk
    • 1975: Tim Kirk
  • Locus Award for Best Fan Cartoonist (1971)[16]
    • 1971: Bill Rotsler
  • Locus Award for Best Convention (1971)[17]
    • 1971: Noreascon

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "About the Locus Awards". The Locus Index to SF Awards. Locus. Retrieved 2012-04-12.
  2. ^ http://www.locusmag.com/SFAwards/Db/LocusTallies.html
  3. ^ Locus Award Winners by Category accessed 14 June 2013
  4. ^ Locus Awards for Best Original Anthology accessed 14 June 2013
  5. ^ Locus Award for Best Reprint Anthology/Collection accessed 14 June 2013
  6. ^ Locus Award for Best Fanzine accessed 14 June 2013
  7. ^ Locus Award for Best Single Fanzine Issue accessed 14 June 2013
  8. ^ Locus Award for Best Critic accessed 14 June 2013
  9. ^ Locus Award for Best Fan Writer accessed 14 June 2013
  10. ^ Locus Award for Best Fan Critic accessed 14 June 2013
  11. ^ Locus Award for Best Publisher - Hardcover accessed 14 June 2013
  12. ^ Locus Award for Best Publisher - Paperback accessed 14 June 2013
  13. ^ Locus Award for Best Paperback Cover Artist accessed 14 June 2013
  14. ^ Locus Award for Best Magazine Artist accessed 14 June 2013
  15. ^ Locus Award for Best Fan Artist accessed 14 June 2013
  16. ^ Locus Award for Best Fan Cartoonist accessed 14 June 2013
  17. ^ Locus Award for Best Convention accessed 14 June 2013

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