LOCUS AWARD 
FOR 
BEST SCIENCE FICTION NOVEL
1971-2002

This annual award is based on a poll conducted by the magazine Locus. "Consistently more votes are recorded in the Locus Poll than for any other award; in 1986 the votes totaled over 1,000 (more than the totals for the Hugo and Nebula awards combined.)  For this reason if for no other, the Locus Poll can be claimed to be most authoritative."  -- James Gunn in The New Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, 1988.

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2002 Connie Willis Passage
2001 Ursula LeGuin The Telling
2000 Neal Stephenson Cryptonomicon
1999 Connie Willis To Say Nothing of the Dog
1998 Don Simmons The Rise of Endymion
1997 Kim Stanley Robinson Blue Mars
1996 Neal Stephenson The Diamond Age
1995 Lois McMaster Bujold Mirror Dance
1994 Kim Stanley Robinson Green Mars
1993 Connie Willis Doomsday Book
1992 Lois McMaster Bujold Barryar
1991 Don Simmons The Fall of Hyperion
1990 Don Simmons Hyperion
1989 C.J. Cherryh Cyteen
1988 David Brin The Uplift War
1987 Orson Scott Card Speaker from the Dead
1986 David Brin The Postman
1985 Larry Niven The Integral Trees
1984 David Brin Startide Rising
1983 Isaac Asimov Foundation's Edge
1982 Julian May The Many-Colored Land
1981 Joan D. Vinge The Snow Queen
1980 John Varley Titan
1979 Vonda N. McIntyre Dreamsnake
1978 Frederik Pohl Gateway
1977 Kate Wilhelm Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang
1976 Joe Haldeman The Forever War 
1975 Ursula K. LeGuin The Dispossessed
1974 Arthur C. Clarke Rendezvous with Rama
1973 Isaac Asimov The Gods Themselves
1972 Ursula K. LeGuin  The Lathe of Heaven
1971 Larry Niven Ringworld

 
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