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The Hugo & Nebula Awards

Dual Award Winners

 

The Hugos

 

 

The Nebulas

 

The following is a list of the novels that have won both the Hugo and the Nebula. There are countless (that means I didn't bother to count) others that have been nominated for both awards, but only these have taken home both trophies. The dates are the copyright years for each, and do not necessarily reflect the actual year the awards were won. Please note that there are four different authors who have accomplished this feat twice each - Ursula K. Le Guin, Arthur C. Clarke, Joe Haldeman, and Orson Scott Card - with Card the only one to do it in consecutive years. EDIT: And now Connie Willis joins that list.

Dune ¹ (1965) - Frank Herbert

The Left Hand of Darkness (1969) - Ursula K. Le Guin

Ringworld (1970) - Larry Niven (reviewed by Galen)

The Gods Themselves (1972) - Isaac Asimov

Rendezvous with Rama (1973) - Arthur C. Clarke

The Dispossessed (1974) - Ursula K. Le Guin

The Forever War (1975) - Joe Haldeman

Gateway (1977) - Frederik Pohl

Dreamsnake (1978) - Vonda N. McIntyre

The Fountains of Paradise (1979) - Arthur C. Clarke

Startide Rising (1983) - David Brin

Neuromancer (1984) - William Gibson (reviewed by Galen)

Ender's Game (1985) - Orson Scott Card (reviewed by Galen)

Speaker for the Dead (1986) - Orson Scott Card

Forever Peace (1997) - Joe Haldeman

Doomsday Book ² (1998) - Connie Willis (reviewed by ekt)

American Gods (2001) - Neil Gaiman (reviewed by Galen)

Paladin of Souls - (2004) Lois McMaster Bujold

The Yiddish Policeman's Union (2007) - Michael Chabon (reviewed by Galen)

The Windup Girl ³ (2009) - Paolo Bacigalupi (reviewed by Galen)

Blackout / All Clear (2010) - Connie Willis (reviewed by Galen)

Among Others (2011)- Jo Walton (reviewed by Galen)

Ancillary Justice (2013) - Ann Leckie (reviewed by Galen)

 

¹ Dune tied for the Hugo with This Immortal (Roger Zelazny).
² Doomsday Book tied for the Hugo with A Fire Upon the Deep (Vernor Vinge).
³ The Windup Girl tied for the Hugo with The City and the City (China Miéville) (reviewed by Galen)

 

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