ARTHUR C. CLARKE AWARD 
FOR THE BEST BRITISH SCIENCE FICTION NOVEL
1987-2003

The Arthur C. Clarke Award is given to the best British science fiction novel whose first edition was published in the previous calendar year. A jury, whose membership varies from year to year, chooses the winner. The Science Fiction Foundation, the British Science Fiction Association and the International Science Policy Foundation administer the Award. Each organization provides two jurors.

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2003 Christopher Priest The Separation
2002 Gwyneth Jones Bold As Love
2001 China Mieville Perdido Street Station
2000 Bruce Sterling Distraction
1999 Tricia Sullivan Dreaming in Smoke
1998 Mary Doria Russell The Sparrow
1997 Amitav Ghosh The Calcutta Chromosome
1996 Paul J. McAuley Fairyland
1995 Pat Cadigan Fools
1994 Jeff Noon Vurt
1993 Marge Piercy Body of Glass
1992 Pat Cadigan Synners
1991 Colin Greenland Take Back Plenty
1990 Geoff Ryman The Child Garden
1989 Rachel Pollack Unquenchable Fire
1988 George Turner The Sea and Summer
1987 Margaret Atwood The Handmaid's Tale

 
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