PROMETHEUS AWARD 
FOR THE BEST
LIBERTARIAN NOVEL
1979-2002
L. NEIL SMITH 

 
In 1979, a science fiction writer L. Neil Smith created the Prometheus Awards, to honor libertarian fiction. After the selection of the best novel, the awards were discontinued until three years later when the Libertarian Futurist Society revived the Prometheus Award for best libertarian novel of the year. The prize is a gold coin, representing free trade and free minds, mounted on an engraved plaque. 

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2002 Donald Kingsbury Psychohistorical Crisis
2001 L.Neil Smith The Forge of the Elders
2000 Vernor Vinge A Deepness in the Sky
1999 John Varley The Golden Globe
1998 Ken MacLeod The Stone Canal
1997 Victor Koman Kings of the High Frontier
1996 Ken MacLeod The Star Fraction
1995 Poul Anderson The Stars Are Also Fire
1994 L. Neil Smith Pallas
1993 James P. Hogan The Multiplex Man
1992 Larry Niven, Jerry Pournelle & Michael Flynn Fallen Angels
1991 Michael Flynn In the Country of the Blind
1990 Victor Koman Solomon's Knife
1989 Brad Linaweaver Moon of Ice
1988 Victor Koman The Jehova Contract
1987 Vernor Vinge Marooned in Realtime
1986 Victor Milan Cybernetic Samurai
1985 No winner  
1984 J. Neil Schulman The Rainbow Cadenza
1983 James P. Hogan Voyage from Yesteryear
1982 L. Neil Smith The Probability Broach
1979 F. Paul Wilson Wheels Within Wheels

 
 
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