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Award-Winning Science Fiction & Fantasy Novels by Women Authors

Kris Sellgren
The list author says: "This is a list of award-winning science fiction novels by women authors that I have not yet read. Take a look at worldswithoutend dot com slash lists_women_winners.asp for the remainder."
Where Late The Sweet Birds Sang: A Novel
Where Late The Sweet Birds Sang: A Novel
"1977 Hugo Winner; 1977 Locus SF Winner"
Strange Toys
Strange Toys
"1987 Philip K Dick Award"
The Falling Woman
The Falling Woman
"1987 Nebula Winner"
The Healer's War
The Healer's War
"1989 Nebula Winner"
Unquenchable Fire
Unquenchable Fire
"1989 Clarke Winner"
Tehanu: Book Four (Earthsea Cycle)
Tehanu: Book Four (Earthsea Cycle)
"1990 Nebula Winner; 1991 Locus F Winner"
Points of Departure
Points of Departure
"The author is PAT MURPHY (not Brenda Vaccaro).  1991 Philip K. Dick Award"
Synners
Synners
"1992 Clarke Winner"
Beauty (Spectra Special Editions)
Beauty (Spectra Special Editions)
"1992 Locus F Winner"
Fools
Fools
"1995 Clarke Winner"
Godmother Night
Godmother Night
"1997 WFA Winner"
The Sparrow: A Novel (Ballantine Reader's Circle)
The Sparrow: A Novel (Ballantine Reader's Circle)
"1997 BSFA Winner, 1998 Clarke Winner.  I cried and cried at the end of this.  Very intense -- steer clear if you are a survivor."
Dreaming in Smoke
Dreaming in Smoke
"1999 Clarke Winner"
Antelope Wife, The
Antelope Wife, The
"1999 WFA Winner.  I tried this and did not like it very much."
ASH: A Secret History
ASH: A Secret History
"2000 BSFA Winner"
The Telling
The Telling
"2001 Locus SF Award winner."
The Mount: A Novel
The Mount: A Novel
"2002 PKD Winner"
Bold as Love
Bold as Love
"2002 Clarke Winner.  Interesting ideas; better than "Life" by Gwyneth Jones."
The Other Wind
The Other Wind
"2002 WFA Winner"
Probability Space (The Probability Trilogy)
Probability Space (The Probability Trilogy)
"2003 Campbell Winner.  I've now read all of the Probability Trilogy, and I enjoyed it.  Nancy Kress always has interesting science fiction premises."
Life
Life
"2004 PKD Winner.  I thought that this was only OK.  Maybe I found it depressing because it seemed too close to the real world."
Tooth and Claw
Tooth and Claw
"2004 WFA Winner.  I *loved* this!  Imagine a  Victorian family saga, but with all of the characters being dragons instead of humans.  Read this!"
War Surf
War Surf
"2005 PKD Winner"
Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell: A Novel
Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell: A Novel
"2005 Hugo Winner; 2005 WFA Winner.  I *loved* this!  The most imaginative and compelling fantasy novel that I have read in a long time.  This is a Regency novel, reimagined with magic: magicians help England during the Napoleanic wars.  Brilliant writing."
Spin Control
Spin Control
"2006 PKD Winner"
The Privilege of the Sword
The Privilege of the Sword
"2007 Locus F Winner.  Very enjoyable."
In War Times
In War Times
"2008 Campbell Winner.  Another brilliant novel by Goonan, in which we see WWII from the viewpoint of a jazz-playing US soldier working on a secret device to change the course of history."
Powers (Annals of the Western Shore)
Powers (Annals of the Western Shore)
"2008 Nebula Winner"
Bitter Angels
Bitter Angels
"2009 PKD Winner"
Tender Morsels
Tender Morsels
"2009 WFA Winner"
Lavinia
Lavinia
"2009 Locus F Winner"
Boneshaker (The Clockwork Century)
Boneshaker (The Clockwork Century)
"2010 Locus SF Winner"
Zoo City
Zoo City
"2011 Clarke Winner"