Bruce Holland Rogers

Awards & Honors

2004 World Fantasy Award for best short fiction published in 2003.

Finalist in 2001 for The Endeavor Award for a distinguished science fiction or fantasy book written by a Pacific Northwest author for Wind Over Heaven.

Finalist in 2001 for Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in fiction collection from the Horror Writers Association for Wind Over Heaven.

Nominated in 2001 for the Nebula Award by Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America for the novelette, "How the Highland People Came to Be."

Nominated in 2000 for the Nebula Award by Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America for the short story, "The Dead Boy at Your Window."

Science Fiction Age Readers' Poll for best short story of 1999, "Bitter Pills."

1999 Pushcart Prize for "The Dead Boy at Your Window."

1999 Individual Artist Fellowship from the Oregon Arts Commission.

1998 Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in short fiction from the Horror Writers Association for "The Dead Boy at Your Window."

Nebula Award for Best Short Story of 1998 from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, "Thirteen Ways to Water."

Nebula Award for Best Novelette of 1996, "Lifeboat on a Burning Sea."

Also nominated for the Nebula that same year was the short story, "These Shoes Strangers Have Died Of."

1995 Muse Medallion from the Cat Writers Association for the short story, "Hollywood Considered as a Seal Point in the Sun."

Nominated in 1994 for the Edgar Allan Poe Award by the Mystery Writers of America for the short story, "Enduring As Dust."

1994 Jonny Cat Litter-ary Award from CWA for "Enduring As Dust."

1989 L. Ron Hubbard Award for the short story, "A Branch in the Wind."


















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