Lois McMaster Bujold

Awards and Honors

  • Nebula Award for Best Novel, Science Fiction Writers of America, 1988, for Falling Free, and 1995, for Mirror Dance
  • Nebula Award for Best Novella, Science Fiction Writers of America, 1989, for The Mountains of Mourning
  • Hugo Award for Best Novella, World Science Fiction Society, 1989, for The Mountains of Mourning
  • Hugo Award for Best Novel, World Science Fiction Society, 1990, for The Vor Game, 1991, for Barrayar, and 1995, for Mirror Dance
  • first place Locus Award, Locus (magazine), 1991, for Barrayar, and 1995, for Mirror Dance
  • Mythopoeic Award, 2002, for Curse of Chalion
  • Hugo Award for Best Novel, 2004, for Paladin of Souls.
  • Lois McMaster Bujold’s novels have been translated into Spanish, Italian, German, French, Polish, Romanian, Japanese, Hebrew, Lithuanian, Croatian, Korean, Bulgarian, Greek, Czech, and Russian.
  • Her short story “Barter” was adapted for the syndicated television program Tales from the Darkside, 1986.

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