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Harlan Jay Ellison (Cleveland (Ohio), 27 May 1934) is an American science fiction and fantasy writer and critic. Ellison is one of the Grand Masters of the short story and the novel and has amassed an impressive amount of literary prizes (see below).

Ellison has written for the original series of Star Trek and was creative consultant for the television series The Twilight Zone (80 's version) and Babylon 5. He is also Editor of the successful television seriesDangerous Visions.

Prizes[Edit]Edit

Hugo Award


  • Repent Harlequin Said the Ticktockman (best short story, 1966)
  • I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream (best short story, 1968)
  • "City on the Edge of Forever (best dramatic presentation, 1968)
  • Dangerous Visions (special award, 1968)
  • The Beast That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World (best short story, 1969)
  • Again, Dangerous Visions (special price for anthologies, 1972)
  • The Deathbird (best "novelette ', 1974)
  • Adrift Just Off the Islets of Langerhans: latitude 38 ° 54 ' N, Longitude 77 ° 00 ' 13 "W (best "novelette ', 1975)
  • Jeffty is Five (best short story, 1978)
  • Paladin of the Lost Hour (best "novelette ', 1986)

Nebula Award


  • 'Repent, Harlequin! ' Said the Ticktockman (best short story, 1965)
  • A Boy and His Dog (best Novella, 1969)
  • Jeffty is Five (best short story, 1977)

Locus Award


  • The Region Between (best short story, 1970)
  • Basilisk (best short story, 1972)
  • Again, Dangerous Visions (best anthology, 1972)
  • The Deathbird (best short story. 1974)
  • Adrift Just Off the Islets of Langerhans: latitude 38 ° 54 ' N, Longitude 77 ° 00 ' 13 "W (best "novelette ', 1975)
  • Croatoan (best short story, 1976)
  • Jeffty Is Five (best short story, 1978)
  • Count the Clock That Tells the Time (best short story, 1979)
  • Djinn, No Chaser (best novelette ', 1983)
  • Sleepless Nights in the Procrustean Bed (best non-fiction, 1985)
  • Medea-Harlan's World |Medea: Harlan's World (best anthology, 1986)
  • Paladin of the Lost Hour (best "novelette ', 1986)
  • With Virgil Oddum at the East Pole (best short story, 1986)
  • Angry Candy (best collection, 1989)
  • The Function of Dream Sleep (best novelette ', 1989)
  • Eidolons (best short story, 1989)
  • Mefisto in Onyx (best Novella, 1994)
  • Slippage (best collection, 1998)

Bram Stoker Award


  • The Essential Ellison (best collection, 1987)
  • Harlan Ellison's Watching (best non-fiction, 1989 — tie)
  • Mefisto in Onyx (best Novella, 1993 — tie)
  • Chatting With Anubis (best short story, 1995)
  • Life achievement award, 1995
  • I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream (best other media-audio, 1999)

Partial bibliography[Edit]Edit

Anthologies


  • Gentleman Junkie (1961)
  • Ellison Wonderland (1962)
  • Paingod (1965)
  • I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream (1967)
  • Love Ain't Nothing but Sex Misspelled (1968 – fiction and non-fiction)
  • The Beast Who Shouted Love at the Heart of the World (1969)
  • Approaching Oblivion (1974)
  • Deathbird stories (1975)
  • Strange Wine (1978)
  • Shatterday (1980)
  • Stalking the Nightmare (1982)
  • Angry Candy (1988)
  • Slippage (1996)
  • Troublemakers (2001)

In Netherlands are two anthologies compiled:


Novels


  • Web of the City (1958)
  • The Sound of a Scythe (1960)
  • Spider Kiss (1961)

Non-Fiction


  • Memos from Purgatory (1961)
  • The Glass Massimo Theatre And Ot (1970-essays on television)
  • The Other Glass Massimo Theatre And Ot (1975-essays on television)
  • Harlan Ellison's Watching (1989)
  • The Harlan Ellison Property Law Hornbook (1990)

Anthologies


  • Dangerous Visions (1967)
  • Again Dangerous Visions (1972)
  • Medea: Harlan's World (1985-an experiment with stories in a shared world with, among others, Frank Herbert and Ursula k. Le Guin)

Computer games


  • I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream (1995)

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