PHILIP K. DICK AWARD
FOR BEST ORIGINAL 
SCIENCE FICTION PAPERBACK
1983-2002

The Philip K. Dick Award, sponsored by the Philadelphia Science Fiction Society, is given to the best original paperback published each year in the United States. The Award was founded in 1983 by Thomas M. Disch in honor of Philip K. Dick, who published most of his books as paperback originals. Five judges read submissions from publishers and determine the shortlist, then the winner. Judges choose their own successors, and only writers or academics are eligible to be judges.

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2002 Richard Paul Russo Ship of Fools
2001 Michael Marshall Smith Only Forward
2000 Stephen Baxter Vacuum Diagrams
1999 Geoff Ryman 253: The Print Remix
1998 Stepan Chapman The Troika
1997 Stephen Baxter The Time Ships
1996 Bruce Bethke Headcrash
1995 Robert Charles Wilson Mysterium
1994 John M. Ford Growing Up Weightless
1994 Jack Womack Elvissey
1993 Richard Grant Through the Heart
1992 Ian McDonald King of Morning, Queen of Day
1991 Pat Murphy Points of Departure
1990 Richard Paul Russo Subterranean Gallery
1989 Paul J. McAuley 400 Billion Stars
1989 Rudy Rucker Wetfare
1988 Patricia Geary Strange Toys
1987 James P. Blaylock Homunculus
1986 Tim Powers Dinner at Deviant's Palace
1985 William Gibson Neuromancer
1984 Tim Powers The Anubis Gates
1983 Rudy Rucker Software

 
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