Robert J(ames) Sawyer (1960-)
Critic's Choice, Best Science Fiction Novel of the Year, Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 1991, and Aurora Award, Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Association (CSFFA), 1992, both for Golden Fleece; Best Books for the Teen Age citation, New York Public Library, 1992, and HOMer Award, CompuServe Science Fiction and Fantasy Forum, 1993, both for Far-Seer; HOMer Award, CompuServe Science Fiction and Fantasy Forum, 1993, for Fossil Hunter; Aurora Award for best English short story, CSFFA, 1993, and Arthur Ellis Award, Crime Writers of Canada, 1993, both for "Just like Old Times"; Aurora Award for best English short story, CSFFA, 1996, for "Peking Man," 1999, for "Stream of Consciousness," and 2002, for "Ineluctable"; writer's reserve grant, Ontario Arts Council, 1993, Aurora Award, CSFFA, 1995, and Nebula Award for Best Novel, Science-Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA), 1995, all for The Terminal Experiment; Seiun Award (Japan) for best foreign science fiction novel, 1996, for End of an Era, 2000, for Frameshift, and 2003, for Illegal Alien; finalist for Nebula Award for Novel, SFWA, 1996, for Starplex; Grand Prix de l'Imaginaire (France) for best foreign science fiction short story, 1996, for "You See but You Do Not Observe"; nomination, Hugo Award for Best Novel, World Science Fiction Society, 1996, for The Terminal Experiment, 1997, for Starplex, 1998, for Frameshift, 1999, for Factoring Humanity, 2001, for Calculating God, and 2003, for Hominids; best Canadian mystery novel, Globe and Mail, 1997, for Illegal Alien; Primio Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya de Ciencia Ficción (Spain), 1997, for Factoring Humanity, and 1998, for Flashforward; writer of the month, USA Today Online, 1998; Reader Award for best short story, Science Fiction Chronicle, 1998, for "The Hand You're Dealt"; Aurora Award, CSFFA, 1999, for Flashforward; travel grant, Canada Council for the Arts, 1999; writing grant, Canada Council for the Arts, 2001; Ryerson University Alumni Award of Distinction, 2002; Established Literary Artist Award, Mississauga (Ontario) Arts Council, 2002; Collectors Award for Most Collectable Author of the Year, Barry R. Levin, Science Fiction & Fantasy Literature, 2003; Hugo Award for Best Novel, 2003, for Hominids.
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