JOHN W. CAMPBELL MEMORIAL AWAR
FOR
BEST SCIENCE FICTION NOVEL
1973-2002
          JACK WILLIMSON 

The John W. Campbell Memorial Award for the best science fiction novel of the year is one of three major annual awards for science fiction. The Award was created to honor the late editor of Astounding Science Fiction Magazine, which is now named Analog. Campbell, who edited the magazine from 1937 until his death in 1971, is called by many writers and scholars, the father of modern science fiction. The Award was first made in 1973. The 1994 result of 'no award' was reportedly due to difficulties with the voting process among the judges, not a judgment that no novel was worthy of an award. The 2002 voting ended in a tie.

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2002 Robert Charles Wilson The Chronoliths
2002 Jack Williamson Transforming Earth
2001 Poul Anderson Genesis
2000 Vernor Vinge A Deepness in the Sky
1999 George Zebrowski Brute Orbits
1998 Joe Haldeman Forever Peace
1997 Paul McAuley Fairyland
1996 Stephen Baxter The Time Ships
1995 Grag Egan Permutation City
1994 No award  
1993 Charles Sheffield Brother to Dragons
1992 Bradley Denton Buddy Holly Is Alive and Well on Ganymede
1991 Kim Stanley Robinson Pacific Edge
1990 Geoff Ryman The Child Garden
1989 Bruce Sterling Islands in the Net
1988 Connie Willis Lincoln's Dream
1987 Joan Slonczewski A Door ito Ocean
1986 David Brin The Postman
1985 Frederik Pohl The Years of the City
1984 Gene Wolfe The Citadel of the Autarch
1983 Brian W. Aldiss Helliconia Spring
1982 Russell Hoban Riddley Walker
1981 Gragory Benford Timescape
1980 Thomas M. Disch On Wings of Song
1979 Michael Moorcock Gloriana
1978 Frederik Pohl Gateway
1977 Kingsley Amis The Alteration
1976 Wilson Tucker The Year of the Quiet Sun
1975 Philip K. Dick Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said
1974 Arthur C. Clarke Rendezvous with Rama
1974 Robert Merle Malevil
1973 Barry N. Malzberg Beyond Apollo
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