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    Well this was my work today. I came up with a list of all of the awards Stephen King has been nominated for, and/or won (Yes I had some time on my hands, lol). I'm not sure if this is a relevant thread for this forum, but I thought I would post it here if anyone wanted to look at it. It's more detailed than the one on Kings site, and it doesn't contain as many errors as king's site.

    btw, if anyone knows of some that I am missing please post, thanks!


    Individual or Lifetime Achievement Awards

    • Horror Writers Association, Bram Stoker Award for Lifetime Achievement, 2002
    • National Book Foundation, Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters, 2003
    • World Fantasy Award for Lifetime Achievement, 2004
    • Canadian Booksellers Association Lifetime Achievement Award, 2007

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    Individual Work Awards - WINNER

    • Balrog Award, Collection/Anthology, 1980 Night Shift
    • Hugo Award, Best Non-Fiction Book, 1982 Danse Macabre
    • World Fantasy Award, Short Fiction, 1982 (tie) Do the Dead Sing? (also called The Reach)
    • British Fantasy Award, Best Novel: ‘The August Derleth Fantasy Award’, 1982 Cujo
    • Locus Award, Best Related Nonfiction Book, 1982 Danse Macabre
    • Locus Award, Best Collection, 1986 Skeleton Crew
    • British Fantasy Award, Best Novel: ‘The August Derleth Fantasy Award’, 1987 IT
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in a Novel, 1987 (tie) Misery
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in a Fiction Collection, 1990 Four Past Midnight
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in Long Fiction, 1995 Lunch at the Gotham Café
    • World Fantasy Award, Short Fiction, 1995 The Man in the Black Suit
    • O. Henry Award, 1996 The Man in the Black Suit
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in a Novel, 1996 The Green Mile
    • Locus Award, Best Horror/Dark Fantasy Novel, 1997 Desperation
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in a Novel, 1998 Bag of Bones
    • British Fantasy Award, Best Novel: ‘The August Derleth Fantasy Award’, 1999 Bag of Bones
    • Locus Award, Best Horror/Dark Fantasy Novel, 1999 Bag of Bones
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in Nonfiction, 2000 On Writing
    • Locus Award, Best Nonfiction Book, 2001 On Writing
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in a Novel, 2006 Lisey's Story
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in a Novel, 2009 Duma Key
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in a Fiction Collection, 2009 Just After Sunset


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    Individual Work Awards - NOMINATIONS

    • World Fantasy Award, Novel, 1976 'Salem's Lot
    • Gandalf Award, Book-Length Fantasy, 1978 The Shining
    • Locus Poll Award, Best Fantasy Novel, 1978 The Shining (Place: 4)
    • Balrog Award, Collection/Anthology, 1979 Night Shift
    • World Fantasy Award, Collection/Anthology, 1979 Night Shift
    • Balrog Award, Novel, 1979 The Stand
    • Balrog Award, Novel, 1980 The Stand
    • Gandalf Award, Book-Length Fantasy, 1979 The Stand
    • World Fantasy Award, Novel, 1979 The Stand
    • Balrog Award, Novel, 1980 The Dead Zone
    • Locus Award, Best Fantasy Novel, 1980 The Dead Zone (Place: 2)
    • World Fantasy Award, Best Novel, 1980 The Dead Zone
    • Nebula Award, Novelette, 1980 The Way Station
    • Locus Award, Best Novelette, 1981 The Way Station (Place: 3)
    • British Fantasy Award, Best Short Fiction, 1981 Crouch End
    • British Fantasy Award, Best Short Fiction, 1981 Apt Pupil
    • Balrog Award, Novel, 1981 Firestarter
    • British Fantasy Award, Best Novel: ‘The August Derleth Fantasy Award’, 1981 Firestarter
    • World Fantasy Award, Novel, 1981 The Mist
    • Balrog Award, Novel, 1982 Cujo
    • World Fantasy Award, Novella, 1983 The Breathing Method
    • Locus Award, Best Single Author Collection, 1983 Different Seasons (Place: 4)
    • World Fantasy Award, Anthology/Collection, 1983 Different Seasons
    • World Fantasy Award, Novel, 1984 Pet Sematary
    • Locus Award, Best Novella, 1985 The Ballad of the Flexible Bullet (Place: 3)
    • World Fantasy Award, Novella, 1985 The Ballad of the Flexible Bullet
    • Locus Award, Best Fantasy Novel, 1985 The Talisman (Place: 4) (w/Peter Straub)
    • World Fantasy Award, Novel, 1985 The Talisman (w/Peter Straub)
    • World Fantasy Award, Anthology/Collection, 1986 Skeleton Crew
    • Locus Award, Best Fantasy Novel, 1987 IT (Place: 3)
    • World Fantasy Award, Novel, 1987 IT
    • World Fantasy Award, Short Fiction, 1987 The End of the Whole Mess
    • World Fantasy Award, Novel, 1988 Misery
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in Long Fiction, 1988 The Night Flier
    • Locus Award, Best Horror Novel, 1990 The Dark Half (Place: 2)
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in Long Fiction, 1990 The Langoliers
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in a Novel, 1991 Needful Things
    • Locus Award, Best Horror/Dark Fantasy Novel, 1991 The Stand: Complete & Uncut (Place: 2)
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in a Novel, 1991 The Wastelands
    • Locus Award, Best Horror/Dark Fantasy Novel, 1992 The Wastelands (Place: 3)
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in a Fiction Collection, 1993 Nightmares & Dreamscapes
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in a Novel, 1994 Insomnia
    • Locus Award, Best Horror/Dark Fantasy Novel, 1996 Insomnia (Place: 3)
    • Locus Award, Best Horror/Dark Fantasy Novel, 1996 Rose Madder (Place: 3)
    • International Horror Guild Award, Best Novel, 1997 Desperation
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in Long Fiction, 1997 Everything's Eventual
    • International Horror Guild Award, Best Long Form, 1997 Everything's Eventual
    • Locus Award, Best Novella, 1998 Everything's Eventual (Place: 4)
    • International Horror Guild Award, Best Novel, 1997 Wizard and Glass
    • Locus Award, Best Fantasy Novel, 1998 Wizard and Glass (Place: 4)
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in Long Fiction, 1998 Autopsy Room Four
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in a Novel, 1999 Low Men in Yellow Coats
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in a Fiction Collection, 1999 Hearts in Atlantis
    • British Fantasy Award, Best Collection, 2000 Hearts in Atlantis
    • Locus Award, Best Collection, 2000 Hearts in Atlantis (Place: 5)
    • World Fantasy Award, Collection, 2000 Hearts in Atlantis
    • International Horror Guild Award, Best Nonfiction, 2000 On Writing
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in Long Fiction, 2000 Riding the Bullet
    • International Horror Guild Award, Best Long Form, 2000 Riding the Bullet
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in a Novel, 2001 Black House (w/Peter Straub)
    • International Horror Guild Award, Best Novel, 2002 Black House (w/Peter Straub)
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in a Novel, 2002 From A Buick 8
    • International Horror Guild Award, Best Novel, 2002 From A Buick 8
    • Bram Stoker Award Superior Achievement in a Fiction Collection, 2002 Everything's Eventual
    • International Horror Guild Award, Best Collection, 2002 Everything's Eventual
    • Locus Award, Best Collection, 2003 Everything's Eventual (Place: 5)
    • Locus Award, Best Fantasy Novel, 2004 Wolves of the Calla (Place: 4)
    • Locus Award, Best Fantasy Novel, 2005 Song of Susannah (Place: 4)
    • International Horror Guild Award, Best Novel, 2006 Lisey's Story
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    Wow! Good job!

    I don't know if "related" awards such as Academy Awards would be included.

    Nominations:

    Stand by Me - Best Adapted Screenplay
    Shawshank Redemption - Best Picture, Best Actor ( Morgan Freeman), Best Adapted Screenplay, Sound, Music, Editing, and Cinematography

    Winners:

    Misery - Best Actress (Kathy Bates)

    Your list is amazing and just shows how much he's accomplished!!!

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    I loved reading that!

    Amazing piece of information.
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    Bram Stoker sure gets a lot of pub for a guy from Dublin who's been dead for nearly a century, don't ya think?

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    Seriously though, that's an impressive curriculum vitae.

    Does anyone have a point of comparison, e.g. Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, John McDonald?

    Some of the awards, like the O. Henry Award, recognize his literary achievements, but a lot are also tributes to how prolific and successful he's been as an author. I wonder how he compares with other popular writers.

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    Well not many, Straub, Simmons, Gaiman, and whoever have won a lot of awards, but not as many as King. Also I think where he really shines is the number of nominations. Someone might have more wins, but I doubt anyone has as many nominations as King. He's been considered pretty much every year for multiple works.

    There's also a couple of things to consider here.

    1. There are more awards nowadays than there were back in the 70's when King was putting out some great work. Newer Authors have been able to reap benefits of having a lot of awards around. And anyone who wrote in the 1950's for example had almost no awards available. So you have to take that into consideration.

    2. And sometimes a book might win a lot of awards like Gaiman's American God's has won five (that I know of) awards. The one book is a quarter of Kings wins. Which isn't really fair, as your really judging a body of work here with this list, not one book. (again statement #1 comes into play here)


    It's funny you say Bradbury Ruthful, because I'm also a huge Bradbury freak,and I will do this with his work too sometime soon.
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    I think it's VERY cool that he won an award for On Writing. He certainly deserved it.

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    Excellent work. I'm glad you posted it here. Just one more great thing to add to the treasure of information we are gathering here.
    Once again thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gguthrie View Post
    Well this was my work today. I came up with a list of all of the awards Stephen King has been nominated for, and/or won (Yes I had some time on my hands, lol). I'm not sure if this is a relevant thread for this forum, but I thought I would post it here if anyone wanted to look at it. It's more detailed than the one on Kings site, and it doesn't contain as many errors as king's site.

    btw, if anyone knows of some that I am missing please post, thanks!


    Individual or Lifetime Achievement Awards

    • Horror Writers Association, Bram Stoker Award for Lifetime Achievement, 2002
    • National Book Foundation, Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters, 2003
    • World Fantasy Award for Lifetime Achievement, 2004
    • Canadian Booksellers Association Lifetime Achievement Award, 2007
    I was there.

    Awesome list GG.

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    That is some list! Amazing what one man can do while he's still alive!!

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    Holy cow that's a lot of awards!

    Almost as impressive is the time and energy Geoff put into compiling the list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
    Holy cow that's a lot of awards!

    Almost as impressive is the time and energy Geoff put into compiling the list.
    I told you I had some time on my hands, lol

    thanks all!
    Geoff

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeedfulKings View Post
    Wow! Good job!

    I don't know if "related" awards such as Academy Awards would be included.

    Nominations:

    Stand by Me - Best Adapted Screenplay
    Shawshank Redemption - Best Picture, Best Actor ( Morgan Freeman), Best Adapted Screenplay, Sound, Music, Editing, and Cinematography

    Winners:

    Misery - Best Actress (Kathy Bates)

    Your list is amazing and just shows how much he's accomplished!!!

    Wasn't The Green Mile ever nominated????
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    It was. The big guy got a nomination and the picture itself was nominated for best I think.
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    And one more award nomination:

    Stephen King's directorial debut in Maximum Overdrive which was nominated for, but did not win, the Razzie Award for worst Director.


    btw for someone asking about Bradbury, I did the same thing. King has a ton more nominations and wins. Although Bradbury has more lifetime achievement awards.
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    Nice work with the list.

    And well done to mister King
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    Are there any updates to King awards?

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    Duma Key was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a Novel

    Just After Sunset was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a Collection

    Either of these could be elevated to "winner" after the votes are counted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bev Vincent View Post
    Duma Key was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a Novel

    Just After Sunset was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a Collection

    Either of these could be elevated to "winner" after the votes are counted.
    Yea, there's some updates, those included. I would have to do some research again to see what else. I don't think their are any winners, though. But he's got a solid chance this year for some new hardware.
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    Just After Sunset and "N." have just been nominated for a Shirley Jackson Award

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    Great work on listing them all, I always liked his work myself.....
    seriously tho' you deserve an award for compiling that list I say!

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    I didnt yet found time to check if there are anything missing, but i've found this following list (dont know how reliable it is)

    Bram Stoker Awards
    year category title award
    1987 Best Novel Misery Winner (Tie)
    1988 Long Fiction The Night Flier Nominated
    1990 Long Fiction The Langoliers Nominated
    Fiction Collection Four Past Midnight Winner
    1991 Novel Needful Things Nominated
    Dark Tower III Nominated
    1993 Fiction Collection Nightmares & Dreamscapes Nominated
    1994 Novel Insomnia Nominated
    1995 Long Fiction Lunch at the Gotham Café Winner
    1996 Novel The Green Mile Winner
    1997 Long Fiction Everything’s Eventual Nominated
    1998 Novel Bag of Bones Winner
    Short Fiction Autopsy Room Four Nominated
    1999 Novel Low Men in Yellow Coats Nominated
    Fiction Collection Hearts in Atlantis Nominated
    2000 Long Fiction Riding the Bullet Nominated
    Nonfiction On Writing Winner
    2001 Novel Black House Nominated
    2002 Novel From A Buick 8 Nominated
    2003 Fiction Collection Everything’s Eventual Nominated

    Horror Guild
    1997 Novel Desperation Winner
    2001 Non-Fiction On Writing Winner
    Long Story Riding the Bullet Winner
    2002 Novel Black House Winner
    2003 Novel From A Buick 8 Winner
    Collection Everything’s Eventual Winner


    Horror Writers Association

    2003 Lifetime Achievement Award Winner

    Hugo Awards
    1982 Non-Fiction Danse Macabre Winner

    Locus Awards
    1982 Non-Fiction Danse Macabre Winner
    1986 Collection Skeleton Crew Winner
    1997 Novel Desperation Winner
    1999 Novel Bag of Bones Winner
    2001 Non-Fiction On Writing Winner

    National Book Foundation
    2003 Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters Recipient

    Nebula
    1980 Novellette The Way Station Nominee

    O. Henry Award
    1996 The Man in the Black Suit Winner

    World Fantasy Awards
    1976 Novel ’Salem’s Lot Nominee
    1979 Collection/ Anthology Night Shift Nominee
    Novel The Stand Nominee
    1981 Novel The Mist Nominee
    1982 Short Fiction Do the Dead Sing ? Winner
    1983 Collection/ Anthology Different Seasons Nominee
    Novella The Breathing Method Nominee
    1984 Novel Pet Sematary Nominee
    1985 Novel The Talisman Nominee
    Novella The Ballad of the Flexible Bullet Nominee
    1986 Collection/ Anthology Skeleton Crew Nominee
    1987 Novel IT Nominee
    Short Fiction The End of the Whole Mess Nominee
    1988 Novel Misery Nominee
    1995 Short Fiction The Man in the Black Suit Winner
    2000 Collection Hearts in Atlantis Nominee
    2004 Collection Lifetime Achievement Award Winner

    Quill Awards
    2005 Sports Faithfull Winner

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    Bram Stoker Award Winner:

    NOVEL: DUMA KEY by Stephen King
    FICTION COLLECTION: JUST AFTER SUNSET by Stephen King

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    No surprize to hear this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bev Vincent View Post
    Bram Stoker Award Winner:

    NOVEL: DUMA KEY by Stephen King
    FICTION COLLECTION: JUST AFTER SUNSET by Stephen King
    Added to the list!

    I just heard myself, and this year they are both very worthy winners!

    I have a feeling these two books will be getting some more awards before the years done.
    Geoff

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