Robert J. Sawyer

Hugo and Nebula Award-Winning Science Fiction Writer

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by Rob - March 22nd, 2006.
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This is my tenth Hugo nomination; my third nomination since winning the best-novel Hugo in 2003 for HOMINIDS (subsequent ones were for the novel HUMANS, the short story “Shed Skin,” and now for “Identity Theft”); my third nomination for short fiction (previous ones were for the short stories “The Hand You’re Dealt” from the anthology FREE SPACE and “Shed Skin” from ANALOG and THE BAKKA ANTHOLOGY); and my fourth consecutive year being on the Hugo ballot.

In total, I’ve been on the Hugo ballot in nine out of the past eleven years. My Hugo nominations are:

1996 for The Terminal Experiment

1997 for Starplex

1998 for Frameshift and “The Hand You’re Dealt”

1999 for Factoring Humanity

2000 for Calculating God

2003 for Hominids

2004 for Humans

2005 for “Shed Skin”

2006 for “Identity Theft”

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