Arthur C. Clarke Award

The Arthur C. Clarke Awards was established in 1987 after Arthur C. Clarke offered a grant for them to be set-up. The awards are chosen by a panel of judges from the British Science Fiction Association, the Science Fiction Foundation and Sci-Fi London. Judges pick a winner from a shortlist of six book and they must be full length and published first in the UK in the previous calendar year.

Best Novel

Deep Wheel OrcadiaHarry Josephine GilesPicador2022
The Animals in that CountryLaura Jean McKayScribe2021
The Old DriftNamwali SerpellHogarth Press2020
RosewaterTade ThompsonOrbit2019
Dreams Before the Start of TimeAnne Charnock47North2018
The Underground RailwayColson WhiteheadFleet2017
Children of TimeAdrian TchiakovskyTor2016
Station ElevenEmily St John MandelPicador2015
Ancillary JusticeAnn LeckieOrbit2014
Dark EdenChris BeckettCorvus2013
The Testament of Jessie LambJane RogersSandstone2012
Zoo CityLauren BeukesAngry Robot2011
The City & The CityChina MievilleMacmillan2010
Song of TimeIan R. MacLeodPS Publishing2009
ThirteenRichard MorganGollancz2008
Nova SwingM. John HarrisonGollancz2007
Air Geoff RymanGollancz2006
Iron CouncilChina MievilleMacmillan2005
QuicksilverNeil StephensonHeinemann2004
The SeperationChristopher PriestScribner2003
Bold as LoveGwyneth JonesGollancz2002
Perdido Street StationChina MievilleMacmillan2001
DistractionBruce SterlingMillennium2000
Dreaming in SmokeTricia SullivanOrbit1999
The SparrowMary Doria RussellBlack Swan1998
The Calcutta ChromosomeAmitav GhoshPicador1997
FairylandPaul J. McAuleyGollancz1996
FoolsPat CadiganHarperCollins1995
VurtJeff NoonRingpull1994
He, She and ItMarge PiercyMichael Joseph1993
SynnersPat CadiganHarperCollins1992
Take Back PlentyColin GreenlandUnwin Hyman1991
The Child GardenGeoff RymanUnwin Hyman1990
Unquenchable FireRachel PollackCentury1989
The Sea and SummerGeorge TurnerFaber and Faber1988
The Handmaid’s TaleMargaret AtwoodMcClelland & Stewart1987

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