"Welcome to AwardWeb, a collection of lists of literary award
winners. The emphasis of this site is science fiction awards, but you'll
find other literary awards added as I find them. If you'd like to see an
award linked to this site, just drop me a line."
... "AwardWeb is a complete and searchable listing of all Hugo, Nebula,
Stoker and World Fantasy Awards along wiht many nominations and
(Laurie D. T. Mann)
[Updated Oct 2001]>
Blurb about the CD-ROM anthology of Hugo and
Nebula nominated fiction and artwork (also includes Vernor Vinge's hypertext
annotations to his novel A Fire Upon the Deep, sound and video
clips of authors and other miscellaneous multimedia).
"Due to contractual restrictions (since there are 60 authors on
the CD) the CD is in effect out of print. People sometimes advertise
copies for sale in rec.arts.sf.written or on places like eBay."
See also the complete
file list (netfunny.com).
[Updated Oct 2001]
"The ISFDB contains over 12000 author bibliographies, based on
roughly 10000 novel entries and more than 36000 short fiction entries. It
can display the content listings of more than 3800 magazines (with
complete runs of Asimov's, Analog, Interzone, Science Fiction Age, and
many others), has an extensive list of forthcoming books, nearly 15000
award entries (including the Aurora, British Fantasy Awards, Campell,
Clarke, Hugos, Lambda, Locus Poll, Mythopoeic, Nebulas, P. K. Dick,
Prometheus, SFBC, SF Chronicle, Tiptree, Hall of Fame, HOMer, and WFA
awards), and has a series of top 100 lists based on award information."
(Al von Ruff)
"The Sidewise Awards for Alternate History were conceived in late
1995 to honor the best "genre" publications of the year. The award
takes its name from Murray Leinster's 1934 short story "Sidewise In
Time", in which a strange storm causes portions of Earth to swap
places with their analogs from other timelines. The first Sidewise
Awards were announced in summer 1996."
[Updated Oct 2001]