FANDOM


Lois awards cropped

6 Hugos, 3 Nebulas, 3 Locus Awards, 1 Skylark, 1 Mythopoeic, 1 Ohioana, 1 Strannik, 1 Italian for Best Translation, and 1 Prometheus

A collection of the awards won by Lois McMaster Bujold. See article and commentary to identify which is which. See sfadb for list of nominations.

Awards won Edit

  • 2017: Hugo Award for Best Series, for the Vorkosigan Saga
  • 2014: Prometheus Award Hall of Fame, for Falling Free
  • 2013: Forry Award, for lifetime achievement
  • 2011: Skylark Award, for contribution to SF in the spirit of E.E. "Doc" Smith
  • 2009: Romantic Times Achievement Awards for Sci-Fi/Fantasy
  • 2008: WorldCon Guest of Honor (Denver)
  • 2007: Ohioana Career Award
  • 2005: Nebula Award for Best Novel, for Paladin of Souls
  • 2004: Hugo Award for Best Novel, for Paladin of Souls
  • 2004: Locus Award for Best Fantasy Novel, for Paladin of Souls
  • 2003: Italia Award for Best International Novel, for Komarr
  • 2003: Fictionwise eBook Author of the Year
  • 2002: Mythopoeic Award for Adult Literature, for The Curse of Chalion
  • 2002: SF Site Readers Poll for Best SF/Fantasy Book, for The Curse of Chalion
  • 2002: Fictionwise eBook Author of the Year
  • 2000: Sapphire Award for Best SF Romance Novel, for A Civil Campaign
  • 2000: Strannik Award, Russian science fiction writer's award, for the Vorkosigan Saga
  • 1995: Hugo Award for Best Novel, for Mirror Dance
  • 1995: Locus Award for Best Novel, for Mirror Dance
  • 1992: Hugo Award for Best Novel, for Barrayar
  • 1992: Locus Award for Best Novel, for Barrayar
  • 1992: HOMer Award for Best Novel, for Barrayar
  • 1991: Hugo Award for Best Novel, for The Vor Game
  • 1991: Analog Readers Poll for Best Novella/Novelette, for "Weatherman"
  • 1990: Hugo Award for Best Novella, for "The Mountains of Mourning"
  • 1990: Nebula Award for Best Novella, for "The Mountains of Mourning"
  • 1990: Analog Readers Poll for best Novella/Novelette, for "Labyrinth"
  • 1990: Science Fiction Chronicle Readers Poll for Best Novella, for "The Mountains of Mourning"
  • 1989: Nebula Award for Best Novel, for Falling Free

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.