Philip K. Dick Award
The Philip K. Dick Award is a science fiction award. It is named after science fiction and fantasy writer Philip K. Dick. It has been awarded since 1983. Dick died in 1982. The prize is given to the best original paperback published each year in the US. It is given at the Norwescon science fiction convention every year. The Philadelphia Science Fiction Society supports the award. The Philip K. Dick Trust has supported the award since 2005. Books that have won the award have Best Original SF Paperback printed on their covers.
Thomas Disch started this award with help from David G. Hartwell, Paul S. Williams, and Charles N. Brown. David G. Hartwell and Gordon Van Gelder manage the award now. Some other people who have been in charge of the award include Algis Budrys and David Alexander Smith.
Winners and candidates of the Philip K. Dick Award[change | change source]
Winning authors are listed in bold.
Authors of books that were given special notice or citations are listed in italics. The year in the table below tells the year the book was published. The award was given the next year.
References[change | change source]
- "Locus index to SF Awards". http://www.locusmag.com/SFAwards/Db/Pkd.html.
- John DeNardo (March 30th, 2013). "WINNER: 2013 Philip K. Dick Award". SF Signal. http://www.sfsignal.com/archives/2013/03/winner-2013-philip-k-dick-award/. Retrieved March 31, 2013.