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Winners of the Locus Award for Best SF Novel, awarded by the Locus magazine.

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Alex Marwood
   wrote   
The Killer Next Door
2015, Best Mystery Novel
Ann Leckie
   wrote   
Ancillary Mercy
2016, Best Science Fiction Award
Ann Leckie
   wrote   
Ancillary Sword
2015, Best Science Fiction Award
Arthur C. Clark
   wrote   
Rendevous With Rama
1974
Catriona McPherson
   wrote   
A Deadly Measure Of Brimstone
2015, Sue Feder Historical Mystery
Charles Stross
   wrote   
Accelerando
2006
Cherie Priest
   wrote   
Boneshaker
2010
China MiƩville
   wrote   
Embassytown
2012
C. J. Cherryh
   wrote   
Cyteen
1989
Connie Willis
   wrote   
Blackout / All Clear
2011
Connie Willis
   wrote   
Doomsday Book
1993
Connie Willis
   wrote   
Passage
2002
Connie Willis
   wrote   
To Say Nothing Of The Dog
1999
Craig Faustus Buck
   wrote   
Honeymoon Sweet
2015, Best Mystery Short Story
David Brin
   wrote   
The Postman
1986
David Brin
   wrote   
Startide Rising
1984
David Brin
   wrote   
The Uplift War
1988
David Morrell
   wrote   
Murder As A Fine Art
2014, Sue Feder Historical Mystery
Dan Simmons
   wrote   
The Fall Of Hyperion
1991
Dan Simmons
   wrote   
Hyperion
1990
Dan Simmons
   wrote   
Ilium
2004
Dan Simmons
   wrote   
The Rise Of Endymion
1998
Frederik Pohl
   wrote   
Gateway
1978
Isaac Asimov
   wrote   
Foundation's Edge
1983
Isaac Asimov
   wrote   
The Gods Themselves
1973
James S. A. Corey
   wrote   
Abaddon's Gate
2014
Joan D. Vinge
   wrote   
The Snow Queen
1981
Joe Haldeman
   wrote   
The Forever War
1976
John Scalzi
   wrote   
Redshirts
2013
John Varley
   wrote   
Titan
1980
Julia Dahl
   wrote   
Invisible City
2015, Best First Mystery
Julian May
   wrote   
The Many Colored Land
1982
Kate Wilhelm
   wrote   
Where Late The Sweet Birds Sang
1977
Kim Stanley Robinson
   wrote   
Blue Mars
1997
Kim Stanley Robinson
   wrote   
Green Mars
1994
Kim Stanley Robinson
   wrote   
The Years Of Rice And Salt
2003
Larry Niven
   wrote   
The Integral Trees
1985
Larry Niven
   wrote   
Ringworld
1971
Lois McMaster Bujold
   wrote   
Barrayar
1992
Lois McMaster Bujold
   wrote   
Mirror Dance
1995
Michael Chabon
   wrote   
The Yiddish Policeman's Union
2008
Neal Stephenson
   wrote   
Anathem
2009
Neal Stephenson
   wrote   
Cryptonomicon
2000
Neal Stephenson
   wrote   
The Diamond Age
1996
Neal Stephenson
   wrote   
The System Of The World
2005
Orson Scott Card
   wrote   
Speaker For The Dead
1987
Terry Shames
   wrote   
A Killing At Cotton Hill
2014, Best First Mystery
Ursula K. Le Guin
   wrote   
The Dispossessed
1975
Ursula K. Le Guin
   wrote   
The Lathe Of Heaven
1972
Ursula K. Le Guin
   wrote   
The Telling
2001
Vernor Vinge
   wrote   
Rainbows End
2007
Vonda N. McIntyre
   wrote   
Dreamsnake
1979
William Kent Krueger
   wrote   
Ordinary Grace
2014, Best Mystery Novel


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