List of awards and nominations received by Stephen King

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Stephen King awards and nominations
Stephen King & Barack Obama.jpg
Former President Barack Obama awards King the National Medal of Arts in 2015
Totals[a]
Wins107
Nominations280
Note
  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients, have runners-up, and have third place. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in this award tally. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

Stephen King is an American author of contemporary horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, science fiction, crime fiction, and fantasy. His books have sold more than 350 million copies, many of which have been adapted into feature films, miniseries, television shows, and comic books. King has published 61 novels, including seven under the pen name Richard Bachman, and five non-fiction books. He has written approximately 200 short stories, most of which have been compiled in book collections.

King has received multiple awards and nominations for his work, including multiple Bram Stoker Awards, World Fantasy Awards, and British Fantasy Society Awards, as well as the National Medal of Arts, Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters, and the O. Henry Award. He has also received awards for his contribution to literature for his entire oeuvre, such as the World Fantasy Award for Life Achievement (2004), the Canadian Booksellers Association Lifetime Achievement Award (2007), and the Grand Master Award from the Mystery Writers of America (2007).

Awards and nominations[edit]

Career and lifetime achievement awards[edit]

Year Award Category Result Ref.
1980 Balrog Award Professional Achievement Nominated [1]
1981 University of Maine Alumni Career Award Won [2]
1981 World Fantasy Award Convention Award Won [1]
1981 Balrog Award Professional Achievement Nominated [1]
1981 British Fantasy Award Special Award Won [1]
1982 Balrog Award Professional Achievement Nominated [1]
1986 Spokane Public Library Golden Pen Award Won [3]
1992 World Horror Convention Grand Master Award Won [4]
1994 Fangoria Fangoria Hall of Fame Inducted [citation needed]
2002 Bram Stoker Award Lifetime Achievement Award Won [1]
2003 International Horror Guild Award Living Legend Award Won [5]
2003 National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters Won [6]
2004 World Fantasy Award Life Achievement Won [1]
2007 Canadian Booksellers Association Lifetime Achievement Award Won [7]
2007 Edgar Award Grand Master Award Won [8]
2010 Los Angeles Public Library Literary Award Won [9]
2011 Fall for the Book Festival Mason Award Won [10]
2014 National Endowment of the Arts National Medal of Arts Awarded [11]
2020 Audie Award Lifetime Achievement Won [12]

Works[edit]

Award Year Category Recipient(s) Result Ref.
American Library Association 1978 Best Books for Young Adults 'Salem's Lot Won [13]
Night Shift Nominated [14]
1979 The Long Walk Won [citation needed]
1981 Firestarter Won [13]
2000 The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon Nominated [15]
100 Best Books for Teens - 1966–2000 The Long Walk Selected [16]
2009 Alex Award Just After Sunset Won [17]
2010 Under the Dome Nominated [18]
2014 Joyland Nominated [19]
Anthony Award 2014 Best Paperback Original Joyland Nominated [20]
Audie Award 1997 Best Unabridged Fiction Audiobook The Green Mile (narrated by Frank Muller) Won [21]
1999 Best Audiobook Package Design Bag of Bones Nominated [22]
2001 Best Unabridged Non-Fiction Audiobook On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft Nominated [23]
2002 Best Unabridged Fiction Audiobook The Talisman (co-written with Peter Straub; narrated by Frank Muller) Won [24]
2006 Best Solo Narration — Male The Shining (narrated by Campbell Scott) Nominated [25]
2009 Best Fiction Audiobook Duma Key (narrated by John Slattery) Won [26]
2010 Best Short Stories / Collection Audiobook Just After Sunset (narrated by Stephen King, Jill Eikenberry, Holter Graham, George Guidall, Ron McLarty, Denis O'Hare, Ben Shenkman, Mare Winningham) Nominated [27]
2014 Best Fiction Audiobook Doctor Sleep (narrated by Will Patton) Won [28]
Best Solo Narration — Male Nominated
2015 Best Fiction Audiobook Mr. Mercedes (narrated by Will Patton) Nominated [29]
Best Solo Narration — Male Nominated
2016 Best Male Narrator Finders Keepers (narrated by Will Patton) Nominated [30]
Best Original Work Drunken Fireworks (narrated by Tim Sample) Nominated
2017 Best Fiction Audiobook End of Watch (narrated by Will Patton) Nominated [31]
Best Male Narrator Nominated
2019 Best Thriller / Suspense Audiobook The Outsider (narrated by Will Patton) Nominated [32]
Best Male Narrator Pet Sematary (narrated by Michael C. Hall) Nominated
2020 Best Thriller / Suspense Audiobook The Institute (narrated by Santino Fontana) Won [33]
2021 Best Thriller / Suspense Audiobook If It Bleeds (narrated by Will Patton, Danny Burstein, and Steven Weber) Nominated [34]
BBC 2003 The Big Read The Stand 53rd [35]
It 144th
The Green Mile 146th
Balrog Award 1979 Best Collection / Anthology Night Shift Nominated [1]
Best Novel The Stand Nominated
1980 The Dead Zone Nominated
The Stand Nominated
Best Collection / Anthology Night Shift Won
1981 Best Novel Firestarter Nominated
1982 Best Novel Cujo Nominated
1983 Best Artist Stephen King Nominated
Black Quill Award 2007 Best Dark Scribble "The Gingerbread Girl" Nominated [36]
2008 Best Dark Genre Novel Duma Key Won [37]
Best Dark Genre Book Trailer Duma Key (produced by Scribner) Nominated [38]
2010 Dark Genre Novel of the Year Under the Dome Nominated [39]
Best Dark Genre Book Trailer Under the Dome (produced by Scribner) Nominated
Bram Stoker Award 1987 Best Novel Misery Won [1]
1988 Best Novelette "The Night Flier" Nominated
1990 Best Fiction Collection Four Past Midnight Won
Best Novelette "The Langoliers" Nominated
1991 Best Novel Needful Things Nominated
The Dark Tower III: The Waste Lands Nominated
1993 Best Fiction Collection Nightmares & Dreamscapes Nominated
1994 Best Novel Insomnia Nominated
1995 Best Novelette "Lunch at the Gotham Cafe" Won
1996 Best Novel The Green Mile Won
1997 Best Long Fiction "Everything's Eventual" Nominated
1998 Best Novel Bag of Bones Won
Best Short Fiction "Autopsy Room Four" Nominated
1999 Best Novel "Low Men in Yellow Coats" Nominated
Best Fiction Collection Hearts in Atlantis Nominated
2000 Best Long Fiction "Riding the Bullet" Nominated
Best Non-Fiction On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft Won
2001 Best Novel Black House (co-written with Peter Straub) Nominated
2002 Best Novel From a Buick 8 Nominated
Best Fiction Collection Everything's Eventual Nominated
2003 Best Novel The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla Nominated
Best Short Fiction "Harvey's Dream" Nominated
2004 Best Novel The Dark Tower VII: The Dark Tower Nominated
Best Long Fiction "Lisey and the Mad Man" Nominated
2005 "The Things They Left Behind" Nominated
2006 Best Novel Lisey's Story Won
2009 Duma Key Won
Best Fiction Collection Just After Sunset Won
2011 Full Dark, No Stars Won
2012 Best Short Fiction "Herman Wouk is Still Alive" Won
2014 Best Novel Doctor Sleep Won
2018 Best Novel Sleeping Beauties (co-written with Owen King) Nominated
British Fantasy Award 1981 August Derleth Award for Best Horror Novel Firestarter Nominated [1]
Best Short Fiction "Crouch End" Nominated
1982 August Derleth Award for Best Horror Novel Cujo Won
Best Short Fiction "The Monkey" Nominated
1983 "Apt Pupil" Nominated
"The Breathing Method" Won
1987 August Derleth Award for Best Horror Novel It Won
1991 Best Collection Four Past Midnight Nominated
1999 August Derleth Award for Best Horror Novel Bag of Bones Won
2000 Best Collection Hearts in Atlantis Nominated
2003 Everything's Eventual Nominated
2005 August Derleth Award for Best Horror Novel The Dark Tower VII: The Dark Tower Won
2009 Best Collection Just After Sunset Nominated
Best Short Fiction "N." Nominated
2010 August Derleth Award for Best Horror Novel Under the Dome Nominated
2011 Best Collection Full Dark, No Stars Won
Best Novella "1922" Nominated
2012 August Derleth Award for Best Horror Novel 11/22/63 Nominated
2020 The Institute Nominated
Colorado Blue Spruce Young Adult Book Award 1989 Best Novel The Eyes of the Dragon Won [40]
1991 Best Collection Pet Sematary Won
1994 Best Novel It Nominated
2001 Best Novel The Green Mile Nominated
2011 Best Novella Under the Dome Nominated
Deutscher Phantastik Preis 2000 Best International Novel Hearts in Atlantis Won [1]
2001 The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon Nominated
2002 Dreamcatcher Nominated
2003 Best International Novel Black House (co-written with Peter Straub) Won
International Author of the Year Stephen King Nominated
2004 Stephen King Won
Best International Novel The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla Nominated
2005 The Dark Tower VII: The Dark Tower Won
2007 Lisey's Story Nominated
2014 Doctor Sleep Nominated
Edgar Award 2014 Best Paperback Original Joyland Nominated [41]
2015 Best Novel Mr. Mercedes Won [42]
2016 Best Short Story "Obits" Won [43]
2017 "The Music Room" Nominated [44]
Eisner Award 2011 Best New Series American Vampire (with creators Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque) Won [45]
Entertainment Weekly 2008 100 Best Reads from 1983 to 2008 On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft 21st [46]
Fantafestival 1992 Best Screenplay Sleepwalkers Won [47]
Fantasporto 1988 Grande Prémio Fantasporto Maximum Overdrive Nominated [citation needed]
Gandalf Award 1978 Book-Length Fantasy The Shining Nominated [48]
1979 The Stand Nominated
Golden Raspberry Award 1986 Worst Director Maximum Overdrive (directed by Stephen King) Nominated [49]
Goodreads Choice Award 2009 Mystery and Thriller Under the Dome Nominated [50]
2011 Science Fiction 11/22/63 Won [51]
2012 Fantasy The Dark Tower: The Wind Through the Keyhole Won [52]
2013 Horror Doctor Sleep Won [53]
Mystery and Thriller Joyland Nominated [54]
2014 Mr. Mercedes Won [55]
2015 Finders Keepers Nominated [56]
2016 End of Watch Won [57]
2017 Horror Sleeping Beauties (co-written with Owen King) Won [58]
2018 Mystery and Thriller The Outsider Won [59]
Horror Elevation Won
2019 The Institute Won [60]
2020 If It Bleeds Nominated [61]
Hugo Award 1977 Best Dramatic Presentation Carrie (directed by Brian De Palma; screenplay by Lawrence D. Cohen) Nominated [62]
1982 Best Non-Fiction Book Danse Macabre Won [63]
2016 Best Novelette "Obits" Nominated [64]
International Association of Crime Writers 2014 Hammett Prize Mr. Mercedes Won [65]
International Horror Guild Award 1999 Best Television Program Storm of the Century Won [66]
2000 Best Long Story "Riding the Bullet" Nominated
Best Nonfiction On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft Won
2001 Best Novel Black House (co-written with Peter Straub) Nominated
2002 Best Novel From a Buick 8 Nominated
Best Collection Everything's Eventual Nominated
Best Television Program Rose Red (directed by Craig R. Baxley) Nominated
2003 Best Novel The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla Nominated
2004 Best Television Program Kingdom Hospital Nominated
2006 Best Novel Lisey's Story Nominated
International Thriller Writers Award 2012 Best Hardcover Novel 11/22/63 Won [67]
2014 Doctor Sleep Nominated
Italia Award 1999 Best International Novel The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass Nominated [1]
Japan Booksellers' Award 2014 Best Translated Novel 11/22/63 (translated by Rō Shiraishi) Nominated [68]
Locus Award 1978 Best Fantasy Novel The Shining Nominated [1]
1979 Best Novel The Stand Nominated
Best Collection Night Shift Nominated
Best Novelette "The Gunslinger" Nominated
1980 Best Fantasy Novel The Dead Zone Nominated
Best Short Story "The Crate" Nominated
1981 Best Science Fiction Novel Firestarter Nominated
Best Fantasy Novel "The Mist" Nominated
Best Novelette "The Way Station" Nominated
1982 Best Fantasy Novel Cujo Nominated
Best Non-Fiction Book Danse Macabre Won
1983 Best Collection Different Seasons Nominated
Best Novella "The Breathing Method" Nominated
Best Novelette "The Raft" Nominated
Best Short Story "It Grows on You" Nominated
1984 Best Fantasy Novel Christine Nominated
Pet Sematary Nominated
1985 The Talisman (co-written with Peter Straub) Nominated
Best Novella "The Ballad of the Flexible Bullet" Nominated
1986 Best Collection Skeleton Crew Won
1987 Best Fantasy Novel It Nominated
1988 The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three Nominated
Best Science Fiction Novel The Tommyknockers Nominated
1990 Best Horror Novel The Dark Half Nominated
1991 Best Collection Four Past Midnight Nominated
Best Horror/Dark Fantasy Novel The Stand: Complete and Uncut Edition Nominated
1992 Needful Things Nominated
The Dark Tower III: The Waste Lands Nominated
1993 Dolores Claiborne Nominated
1994 Best Collection Nightmares & Dreamscapes Nominated
Best Novella "The Ten O'Clock People" Nominated
1995 Best Dark Fantasy/Horror Novel Insomnia Nominated
1996 Rose Madder Nominated
Best Novelette "Lunch at the Gotham Café" Nominated
1997 Best Horror/Dark Fantasy Novel Desperation Won
The Green Mile Nominated
1998 Best Fantasy Novel The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass Nominated
Best Art Book The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass (illustrated by Dave McKean) Nominated
Best Novella "Everything's Eventual" Nominated
1999 Best Dark Fantasy/Horror Novel Bag of Bones Won
2000 Best Collection Hearts in Atlantis Nominated
2001 Best Non-Fiction On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft Won
2002 Best Fantasy Novel Black House (co-written with Peter Straub) Nominated
2003 Best Collection Everything's Eventual Nominated
2004 Best Fantasy Novel The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla Nominated
2005 The Dark Tower VI: Song of Susannah Nominated
2007 Lisey's Story Nominated
2008 Best Short Story "Graduation Afternoon" Nominated
2010 Best Nonfiction/Art Book The Dark Tower: The Little Sisters of Eluria (adapted by Robin Furth; script by Peter David; illustrated by Richard Isanove, Luke Ross, and Michael Whelan) Nominated
Best Science Fiction Novel Under the Dome Nominated
2012 11/22/63 Nominated
Best Novelette "The Little Green God of Agony" Nominated
2014 Best Fantasy Novel Doctor Sleep Nominated
Joyland Nominated
2015 Revival Nominated
2019 Best Horror Novel The Outsider Nominated
2020 The Institute Nominated
2021 Best Collection If It Bleeds Nominated
Los Angeles Times Book Prize 2011 Mystery / Thriller 11/22/63 Won [69]
Modern Library 100 Best Novels 1998 Reader's List The Stand 29th [citation needed]
It 84th
Mystery Writers of Japan 2012 Tozai Mystery Best 100 Misery 61st [70]
National Magazine Award 2004 Fiction "Rest Stop" Won [71]
2007 "Willa" Nominated [72]
2013 "Batman and Robin Have an Altercation" Won [73]
Nebula Award 1980 Best Novelette "The Way Station" Nominated [1]
New York Public Library 1982 Books for the Teen Age Firestarter Won [74]
1995 Books of the Century Carrie Selected [75]
New York Times Book Review 2011 10 Best Books of 2011 11/22/63 Selected [76]
O. Henry Award 1996 Best American Short Story "The Man in the Black Suit" Won [77]
Online Film & Television Association 1997 Best Writing of a Motion Picture or Miniseries The Shining Won [78]
Primetime Emmy Award 1994 Outstanding Miniseries The Stand (Stephen King and Richard P. Rubinstein, executive producers; Peter McIntosh, supervising producer; Mitchell Galin, producer) Nominated [79]
1997 The Shining (Stephen King, executive producer; Elliot Friedgen, supervising producer; Mark Carliner, producer) Nominated [80]
Prix Ozone Award 1997 Best Foreign Novel - Horror Desperation Won [1]
Quill Award 2005 Sports Faithful (co-written with Stewart O'Nan) Won [81]
Science Fiction / Fantasy / Horror The Dark Tower VII: The Dark Tower Nominated [1]
2006 Cell Nominated
Shirley Jackson Award 2008 Best Novella "N." Nominated [1]
Best Collection Just After Sunset Nominated
2009 Best Novelette "Morality" Won
2015 Single-Author Collection The Bazaar of Bad Dreams Won
Takarajimasha 1991 Kono Mystery ga Sugoi! Misery 4th [82]
1993 It 4th [83]
1998 The Green Mile 3rd [84]
2002 The Stand 8th [85]
2014 11/22/63 1st [86]
2017 Mr. Mercedes 3rd [87]
US Magazine 1982 Best Fiction Writer of the Year Stephen King Won [74]
University of Southern California 1991 USC Scripter Award Misery (shared with screenwriter William Goldman) Nominated [88]
1994 The Shawshank Redemption (shared with screenwriter Frank Darabont) Won
1999 The Green Mile (shared with screenwriter Frank Darabont) Nominated
World Fantasy Award 1976 Best Novel 'Salem's Lot Nominated [1]
1979 The Stand Nominated
Best Collection Night Shift Nominated
1981 Best Novel "The Mist" Nominated
1982 Best Short Story "Do the Dead Sing?" Won
1983 Best Collection Different Seasons Nominated
Best Novella "The Breathing Method" Nominated
1984 Best Novel Pet Sematary Nominated
1985 Best Novel The Talisman (co-written with Peter Straub) Nominated
Best Novella "The Ballad of the Flexible Bullet" Nominated
1986 Best Collection Skeleton Crew Nominated
1987 Best Novel It Nominated
Best Short Story "The End of the Whole Mess" Nominated
1988 Best Novel Misery Nominated
1995 Best Short Story "The Man in the Black Suit" Won
2000 Best Collection Hearts in Atlantis Nominated
2007 Best Novel Lisey's Story Nominated
2012 11/22/63 Nominated

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