Philip K Dick Award

The Philip K. Dick Award is awarded annually at Norwescon to distinguished science fiction published in paperback original form for the first time in the United States.

Sponsored by the Philadelphia Science Fiction Society and the Philip K. Dick Trust, nominees from books published in the previous year are voted on by a panel of judges.

We’ll post reviews of the winners here:

  • 2013: Countdown City (sequel to The Last Policeman) by Ben H. Winters
  • 2012: Lost EverythingBrian Francis Slattery
    • Special Citation to LoveStar by Andri SnærMagnason
  • 2011: The Samuil Petrovitch TrilogySimon Morden
  • 2010:The Strange Affair of Spring-Heeled JackMark Hodder
  • 2009: Bitter AngelsC. L. Anderson
  • 2008: Tied between:
    • Emissaries from The Dead, Adam-Troy Castro
    • Terminal Mind, David Walton
  • 2007: Nova Swing, M. John Harrison
  • 2006: Spin ControlChris Moriarty
  • 2005: War SurfM. M. Buckner
  • 2004: LifeGwyneth Jones
  • 2003: Altered CarbonRichard K. Morgan
  • 2002: The MountCarol Emshwiller
  • 2001: Ship of FoolsRichard Paul Russo
  • 2000: Only ForwardMichael Marshall Smith
  • 1999: Vacuum DiagramsStephen Baxter
  • 1998: 253: The Print RemixGeoff Ryman
  • 1997: The TroikaStepan Chapman
  • 1996: The Time ShipsStephen Baxter
  • 1995: HeadcrashBruce Bethke
  • 1994: Mysterium, Robert Charles Wilson
  • 1993: Tied between:
    • Growing up WeightlessJohn M. Ford
    • ElvisseyJack Womack
  • 1992: Through the HeartRichard Grant
  • 1991: King of Morning, Queen of DayIan McDonald
  • 1990: Points of Departure, Pat Murphy
  • 1989: Subterranean GalleryRichard Paul Russo
  • 1988: Tied Between
    • Four Hundred Billion Stars, Paul J. McAuley
    • WetwareRudy Rucker
  • 1987: Strange ToysPatricia Geary
  • 1986: HomunculusJames P. Blaylock
  • 1985: Dinner at Deviant’s PalaceTim Powers
  • 1984: NeuromancerWilliam Gibson
  • 1983: The Anubis GatesTim Powers
  • 1982: SoftwareRudy Rucker